For Pa.’s Fetterman, a (common) wealth of support | Editorial Cartoon
Pa. voters have continued to support U.S. Sen. John Fetterman, D-Pa., through his medical travails.
As Pa.’s Fetterman nears return to Senate, voters have stayed supportive
From Arlen Specter to Tom Wolf, Keystone State residents have stuck by pols contending with illness.
With the boss away, running Fetterman’s office takes a village of coordinated staff
As the Pennsylvania Democrat seeks treatment for depression, staff in D.C. and Pa. are stepping up.
When does clinical depression become an emergency? 4 questions answered | Analysis
The good news is that depression responds well to treatment.
Pa.’s Casey, Fetterman join bill aimed at preventing future train derailments
U.S. Sens. Bob Casey and John Fetterman of Pennsylvania joined a bipartisan group of senators on Wednesday introducing new legislation aimed at preventing future freight train derailments like the one last month in East Palestine, Ohio.
Looking to raise awareness, Fetterman asks supporters to donate to mental health organizations
On Friday, Fetterman’s campaign sent an email to his supporters, encouraging people to donate to mental health organizations.
Pa. Sen. Fetterman hospitalized, seeking treatment for depression
U.S. Sen. John Fetterman, D-Pa. has checked himself in to Walter Reed National Military Medical Center in Washington, D.C. to receive treatment for clinical depression.
Pa.’s Casey, Fetterman join Ohio counterparts to call for more federal action on Ohio train derailment
Pennsylvania’s two Democratic U.S. senators joined their Ohio counterparts Wednesday on a pair of letters calling on federal agencies to take more action following a train derailment in East Palestine, Ohio, on Feb. 3.
Pa.’s Casey, Fetterman announce $75M to fight ‘forever chemicals’ | Wednesday Morning Coffee
The federal infrastructure law cash will help fight PFAS contamination in drinking water, a rising public health threat.
Fetterman discharged from D.C. hospital
Fetterman, 53, the freshman senator from Pennsylvania, suffered a stroke in May 2022, days before Pennsylvania's primary election. He continues to have auditory processing issues as a result of the stroke, and uses assistive technology to help him communicate.
Fetterman’s doctors confirm he did not suffer a new stroke
Doctors at George Washington University Hospital in Washington, D.C. confirmed that Sen. John Fetterman, D-Pa., did not suffer a stroke Wednesday, according to a statement from the senator’s office late Thursday. “About an hour ago, Senator John Fetterman received the results of his MRI. According to John’s doctors at The George Washington University Hospital, the […]
Pa.’s Fetterman hospitalized overnight after feeling ‘lightheaded’ during Senate retreat
“Initial tests did not show evidence of a new stroke," his office said.