Fireworks Fly As Clinton, Sanders Square Off Face To FaceFireworks flying in their first one-on-one debate, Hillary Clinton accused Bernie Sanders Thursday night of subjecting her to an "artful smear" while Sanders suggested the former secretary of state was a captive of the political establishment.
Wolf To Seek Another Boost For Pre-Kindergarten ProgramsDemocratic Gov. Tom Wolf says he wants a $60 million boost to state-subsidized pre-kindergarten programs in Pennsylvania next year.
Toomey Endorsing Rubio In Presidential RacePennsylvania Sen. Pat Toomey is endorsing Florida Sen. Marco Rubio for the Republican presidential nomination.
Rick Santorum Ends Bid For The White House, Backs RubioFormer Pennsylvania Sen. Rick Santorum says he is ending his bid for the White House and will support Republican candidate Marco Rubio.
Legislator Introduces Smart Meter Privacy Bill Aimed At Protecting ConsumersSmart technology has revolutionized so many parts of our everyday lives.
Suburban Philadelphian Takes On Kane, Zappala In Attorney General's RaceMeet Josh Shapiro, another Democrat who says it's time for Attorney General Kathleen Kane to go.
Cruz Tops Trump In Iowa; Clinton, Sanders In Tight Dem RaceTexas Sen. Ted Cruz, a fiery conservative loathed by his own party's leaders, swept to victory in Iowa's Republican caucuses Monday, overcoming billionaire Donald Trump and Florida Sen. Marco Rubio. Among Democrats, Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders were deadlocked in a tight race.
Gov. Wolf: A 'Train Wreck' Is Coming If Budget Isn't BalancedDemocratic Gov. Tom Wolf is warning of huge cuts in spending for education and local services next year without a balanced budget as Pennsylvania lawmakers return to the state Capitol.
Lawyers Due At Hearing In Justice's Bawdy Emails CaseLawyers for a suspended state Supreme Court justice and the agency that prosecutes judicial misconduct allegations are due in a Harrisburg courtroom.
Ex-Pennsylvania Justice Says State Violated Her Constitutional RightsA former Pennsylvania Supreme Court justice convicted of using state-paid staff for campaign activities says the state violated her constitutional rights.
Changing Harrisburg Will Take Longer Than A Year, Wolf SaysDemocrat Tom Wolf's first year as Pennsylvania governor was consumed by a knock-down, drag-out budget fight, and perhaps it had to be expected.
Pa. House Votes To Tweak Education Funding DistributionPennsylvania's Republican-controlled House of Representatives voted Tuesday to stop Democratic Gov. Tom Wolf's use of a formula that targets extra subsidy money for school districts hardest-hit by past spending cuts, charging that he lacks that authority.