Acrimony Deepens After Government Shutdown's First DayDay one of the government shutdown ended with recriminations between the parties deepening and no sign of progress towards ending the impasse.
U.S. Government Shuts Down As Democrats, Republicans Point Finger At Each OtherThe federal government shut down at the stroke of midnight Friday, halting all but the most essential operations and marring the one-year anniversary of President Donald Trump’s inauguration in a striking display of Washington dysfunction.
Divided Congress Appears To Be Racing Towards A ShutdownA bitterly-divided Congress is hurtling toward a government shutdown this weekend.
GOP Tax Bill Clears Congress, President Trump Praises OverhaulRepublicans in Congress have delivered an epic overhaul of U.S. tax laws to President Donald Trump.
U.S. Senate Clears Way For Global War On Terrorism MemorialBoth chambers of Congress approved a bill that clears a path for the creation of a Global War on Terrorism Memorial in the nation's capital.
House Punishes Russia, Blocks Trump From Waiving PenaltiesThe House has overwhelmingly backed a new package of sanctions against Moscow that prohibits President Donald Trump from waiving the penalties without first getting permission from Congress.
Bill To Control Public Assistance For Sex Offenders Passes State HouseA bill that would make convicted sex offenders who aren't complying with Megan's Law ineligible for public assistance has easily passed the Pennsylvania House of Representatives.
Pa. House Votes To Restore Minimum SentencesThe state House has again passed legislation to restore mandatory minimum sentences in Pennsylvania.
State House Approves Airport Tablet Gambling BillThe State House approved a bill on Tuesday that would allow limited gambling in some airports in western Pennsylvania.
House GOP Drops Plan To Gut Independent Ethics OfficeHouse Republicans have dropped plans to gut the independent ethics office after widespread criticism.
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.