Clinton, Trump Battle Fiercely Over Taxes, Race, TerrorLocked in an exceedingly close White House race, presidential rivals Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump tangled for 90-minutes over their vastly different visions for the nation's future.
First Lady To Campaign For Hillary Clinton In PittsburghThe campaign trail will run through Pittsburgh once again next week when First Lady Michelle Obama visits Pittsburgh to campaign for Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton.
Presidential Candidates Field Questions At National Security ForumLeveling unusually harsh criticism against the military, Republican Donald Trump said Wednesday night that America's generals have been "reduced to rubble" under President Barack Obama and suggested he would fire some of them if he wins the presidency in November.
Clinton Lays Out Strategy For Winning Western PennsylvaniaWith 20 electoral votes, Pennsylvania is a big prize for any presidential candidate.
Democratic Candidates Clinton-Kaine Campaign Bus Tour Making Stop In PittsburghHillary Clinton and her running mate, Sen. Tim Kaine, are wasting no time in bringing their campaign to blue-collar voters in western Pennsylvania.
DNC Steps Off In Philadelphia With Huge Protests, High TempsThe Democratic National Convention gets underway Monday in Philadelphia with much bigger demonstrations than the Republican convention and much higher temperatures as the region copes with an oppressive heat wave.
Hillary Clinton Announces Sen. Tim Kaine As Running MateHillary Clinton has selected Sen. Tim Kaine as her vice presidential running mate.
Pennsylvania Lawmakers Eye Final Votes On Tax PackageHouse and Senate votes were expected on a $1.3 billion revenue package that was still under wraps Wednesday morning after lawmakers worked into Tuesday night to settle its final details.
Pennsylvania Budget Strategy Dares Lawsuit, Bond DowngradeTuesday was expected to be crucial to determining whether the tax-averse Legislature controlled by huge Republican majorities will pass a tax increase to fully fund the spending bill.
Gov. Wolf Allows Budget To Become Law, But Waits For Revenue Bill To Pay For ItDemocratic Gov. Tom Wolf said he would not stop a roughly $31 billion election-year spending bill from becoming law.
With Budget Passed, State Legislature Wrestles Over Taxes To Pay For ItPennsylvania lawmakers are returning to work on the state's spending plan for the coming year.
More Votes Loom On Spending, Amid Differences Over FundingThe Pennsylvania House and Senate are returning to session on the last day of the state government's fiscal year, with differences remaining on a tax package necessary to finance a $31.5 billion budget plan.