Pennsylvania Capitol Building. May 24, 2022. Harrisburg, Pa. (Photo by Amanda Berg, for the Capital-Star).

Pa. Dems shake the money tree ahead of Feb. 7 special elections | Wednesday Morning Coffee

BY: - February 1, 2023

With control of the House on the line, Democrats warn of the consequences of a GOP majority.

College Lecture Hall

More than 1.1M in Pa. applied for Biden’s student debt relief | Monday Morning Coffee

BY: - January 30, 2023

The program is now before the U.S. Supreme Court, which could overturn it.


These are the false equivalencies of the Biden documents case | Dick Polman

BY: - January 16, 2023

When Biden’s lawyers discovered the office documents, they immediately notified the National Archives and handed over the material a day later.

What does it mean when a document is classified? Pgim/ iStock / Getty Images Plus

DOJ probes Biden document handling. What is classified information, anyway? | Analysis

BY: - January 12, 2023

In a flap over classified documents, there are superficial similarities linking President Joe Biden and former President Donald Trump.

TIJUANA, MEXICO – MARCH 22: An asylum seeker from Mexico (R) waits outside the San Ysidro Port of Entry, which he hopes to cross to plead for asylum in the U.S., on March 22, 2022 in Tijuana, Mexico. March 21 marked the two-year anniversary of Title 42, the controversial pandemic-era border policy enacted by President Trump, which cites COVID-19 as the reason to rapidly expel asylum seekers at the U.S. border. Title 42 remains in effect with the Biden administration facing pressure from Democrats to end its use. (Photo by Mario Tama/Getty Images)

Biden administration to rapidly expel more migrants at the border, add legal pathways

BY: and - January 6, 2023

The sweeping new immigration plan made public on Thursday brought condemnation from advocates who said he should not broaden the controversial Trump-era Title 42 policy.

Former U.S. President Donald Trump gestures during an event at his Mar-a-Lago home on Nov. 15, 2022 in Palm Beach, Florida. (Photo by Joe Raedle/Getty Images)

In 2024, serious presidential candidates need only apply | Jonathan C. Rothermel

BY: - January 5, 2023

If Americans want a higher caliber White House nominee, it starts with fixing the nomination process.

Report: Environmental enforcement has fallen off under Biden

BY: - December 23, 2022

The civil enforcement cases closed by the Democratic White House is the 'lowest number in at least 22 years.'

The south Portico of the White House

White House keys in on mayors and mayors-elect for D.C. forum on federal funding

BY: - December 15, 2022

Mayors are especially good partners for the White House, a senior White House official said, because they’re “problem solvers.”

Biden Marriage Protection Act signing

Federal marriage protection law is a win, but ‘more work remains,’ Pa. Rep. Benham says in D.C.

BY: and - December 14, 2022

At the White House, President Joe Biden signs law extending historic marriage protections to same-sex and interracial couples.

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Marriage equality bill heads to Biden’s desk following bipartisan U.S. House vote

BY: and - December 8, 2022

The 258-169-1 vote included the backing of 39 Republicans. President Joe Biden plans to sign the bill.

VA to host town halls nationwide and Pa., for vets exposed to toxic substances  

BY: - December 6, 2022

More than 90 VA facilities around the country, including sites in Philadelphia and Pittsburgh, are slated to hold in-person sessions.


How old is too old to run for president? The answer isn’t cut and dried | Ray Landis

BY: - December 4, 2022

That decision should be based on how best to move the United States forward – not on the date on a birth certificate.