Wolf Signs Real ID Law, Expects New Licenses In 2019Gov. Tom Wolf's office says Pennsylvania driver's licenses that are compliant with tougher federal anti-terrorism standards should be available in early 2019.
Trump Budget Dismays Families Hit By Opioid Addiction CrisisPresident Donald Trump's budget proposal weakens insurance coverage for drug addiction treatment and cuts back funding for research and prevention programs.
Governor Wolf Pitches Jobs And Reelection In AliquippaIn Aliquippa on Thursday afternoon, Governor Wolf toured Versatex, a building products supply company that, ironically, competes against the company he once owned in York.
Watch: Donald Trump Pushes Way To Front Of Group At NATO Photo OppPresident Donald Trump's push to get in front of the pack at the NATO summit in Belgium is getting attention.
Older Jobless Americans: Trump's Budget Means 'Hardship'A half-century-old job training and placement program for older Americans is on President Donald Trump's chopping block.
Pennsylvania Senate OKs Internet Play For Casinos, LotteryThe Pennsylvania Senate is advancing legislation to allow online casino-style gambling in the state as lawmakers look for ways to heal the state's deficit-ridden finances.
Pennsylvania Moves To Comply With Federal Real ID LawPennsylvania is closer to complying with a federal law that requires people to prove they are legal U.S. residents in order for their driver's licenses to be valid for federal purposes.
Pa. House Speaker: 'Very Seriously' Considering Run For GovernorThe Marshall Township republican stopped just short of making an announcement Monday
Melania Slaps Donald's Hand In Israel: Is Media Freakout Appropriate?Another day, another media frenzy surrounding President Donald Trump.
Trump's Budget Proposal Includes Huge Cuts To Food StampsPresident Donald Trump's budget would drive millions of people off of food stamps.
President Trump Asks Mideast To Extinguish ExtremismPresident Donald Trump is imploring Middle Eastern countries to extinguish what he calls "Islamic extremism" emanating from the region.
Pence Cites Trump's 'Leadership' In Commencement AddressVice President Mike Pence urged graduating students at a Pennsylvania college to become leaders and cited President Donald Trump's leadership as an example.

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