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Former Republican Gov. Tom Ridge told reporters Tuesday that he was “disappointed and troubled” by President Donald Trump’s conduct with the leader of Ukraine...
While the rest of the nation is ramping up for the 2020 presidential election, politicians in the Keystone State have their eyes set beyond 2020 – to 2022 and the governorship.
The lawmakers pointed to reports about emails Miller sent as an aide to then-U.S. Sen. Jeff Sessions, R-Ala., showing him promoting white supremacist talking points.
State lawmakers are trying again for a ban on handheld cell phone use in Pennsylvania. Because, what could be wrong with using a cell while driving?
Rep. Movita Johnson-Harrell, the West Philadelphia Democrat who’s been charged with embezzling more than $500,000 from a nonprofit she ran, will leave the state House late next week.
One of the General Assembly’s most vocal climate change skeptics has been tapped to review state plans to combat rising global temperatures.
On Thursday, City Council advanced a proposal to phase out the subsidy incrementally for residential construction, with the legislation going into effect on Dec. 31, 2020.
The current City Council bill has enough support to override a veto and make it law, but it doesn't have enough time.
Three other representatives — all Republicans — will also be retiring early next year to take seats in local government they won in the 2019 municipal election.
With the U.S. House barreling toward an impeachment vote, two of President Donald Trump’s staunchest allies tried to knock the legs out from under that effort, attacking some of the key witnesses that congressional Democrats used to build their case.