Gov. Wolf: Pennsylvania Can Do More To End Marijuana ArrestsGov. Tom Wolf says Pennsylvania needs to decriminalize small amounts of marijuana possession in systematic fashion, and remains guarded about the kind of recreational legalization in place in several western states.
Biden Headed To Clinton Rally In Youngstown On ThursdayVice President Joe Biden is headed to northeast Ohio to campaign for Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton.
A Flip Of The Coin: Sarris Creates Chocolate Coin Stamped With Candidates’ HeadsSarris Candies of Canonsburg is known for its towering chocolate castle and the waterfall of chocolate that covers those irresistible chocolate pretzels.
Allegheny Co. Councilman Suspended From Job Over Sexual Harassment AllegationsA local politician has been suspended from his day job with the state Revenue Department, accused of sexual harassment.
Poll: Clinton Tops 50 Percent, Leads Trump By 10 PointsPresidential candidate Hillary Clinton has now topped the 50 percent mark among likely voters according to a new poll.
U.S. Congressman From Pa. Calls For Investigation Of EpiPen Price HikesThe price of the lifesaving drug, the EpiPen, has jumped from $100 for a two-pack seven years ago to over $600 today.
Some Lawmakers Trying To Expand FDA’s Authority Over CosmeticsCosmetic companies are not required to report injuries or "serious adverse" reactions to the FDA.
Trump Insists He's Not Flip-Flopping On ImmigrationRepublican Donald Trump insists that he's not flip-flopping when it comes to his proposal to deport the estimated 11 million people living in the United States illegally.
Trump Campaign Chairman Manafort ResignsDonald Trump's campaign chairman Paul Manafort is resigning from the campaign.
Former AG Kane Calls Last Day In Office "Bittersweet," Declines To Discuss Criminal CaseThe former county prosecutor taking over for Pennsylvania's convicted attorney general is a central figure in the Bill Cosby case.
AG Kane Announces Resignation After Conviction In Perjury CaseKathleen Kane has announced her resignation as Pennsylvania's attorney general.
Pa. Attorney General Kathleen Kane Found Guilty In Perjury CasePennsylvania's attorney general has been convicted of all nine counts in a perjury and obstruction case related to a grand jury leak.

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