Here’s where gas prices are headed (for now) and why

BY: - April 27, 2023

The good news is that gas is 49 cents below where it was on April 26 of last year, and more than a dollar below last year’s high of $5.02 a gallon, which it reached in June. And right now, economists aren’t expecting prices to surge this summer, though some slight increases are still expected.

Pa. Senate committee advances proposals responding to Russia’s war on Ukraine

BY: - June 14, 2022

The Senate State Government Committee unanimously voted on Tuesday to approve two pieces of legislation prohibiting government contracts with Russia and Belarus and divesting public holdings connected with the countries as the war on Ukraine continues.

With Wolf’s encouragement, Pa.’s teachers’ pension fund dumps Russian investments

BY: - March 3, 2022

'We must do what is within our power to bring an end to the suffering of the people of Ukraine,' Gov. Tom Wolf said.

Biden says Russia has begun invading Ukraine, announces initial sanctions

BY: - February 22, 2022

“If Russia goes further with this invasion, we stand prepared to go further, as with sanctions,” Biden said from the East Room of the White House. 


Ukraine Build-Up: Why It’s time to worry, but not panic, about Russia | Opinion

BY: - February 4, 2022

Diplomacy can still work. There's no reason to make matters worse.

U.S. intel officials say Iran was behind threatening emails sent to voters in Pa., elsewhere, report

BY: - October 21, 2020

Iran and Russia both have obtained American voter registration data and Iran used the information to send threatening emails to American voters, the New York Times reported Wednesday, citing information made public by senior U.S. intelligence officials. National Intelligence Director John Ratcliffe and FBI Director Christopher Wray said there was no indication that “election tallies […]