Pa. A.G. Shapiro Reviewing Whether Facebook Broke State LawsPennsylvania Attorney General Josh Shapiro is reviewing whether Facebook broke state laws when its user data was transferred by third parties, possibly for political purposes by the Donald Trump campaign.
Pa. Attorney General Stands Up For State’s Medical Marijuana LawMedical marijuana is now legal in Pennsylvania under state law, says state Attorney General Josh Shapiro, even if U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions claims it's illegal under federal law.
Customers To Get Restitution After Pa. AG Settles With PHH Mortgage Corp.A move by Pennsylvania Attorney General Josh Shapiro will come as good news to thousands of Pennsylvania homeowners.
Pa. AG Protests Repeal Of Rules Protecting Consumers On Airline Baggage FeesA roll-back of proposed consumer protection rules for baggage fees has the state attorney general crying foul.
Pa. Attorney General Says He'll Sue To Restore Net Neutrality, Cites 'Fake' Comments By FCCState Attorney General Josh Shapiro says everyone who has internet service should care about the Federal Communications Commission's decision to repeal net neutrality.
Pa. Attorney General Demands Answers From PayPal About Data BreachNearly 375,000 Duke Energy Corp. customers may have had personal and banking information stolen in a data breach.
Pa. AG Files Lawsuit Over New Trump Birth-Control RulesPennsylvania is suing President Donald Trump over his decision to let more employers claiming religious or moral objections opt-out of providing no-cost birth control to women.
Beaver County Man Charged In Overdose Deaths Of 2 Men State Attorney General Josh Shapiro continues to take steps to try to curb the opioid epidemic in Pennsylvania.
AG: Man Accused Of Delivering Fatal Dose Of Heroin Facing Felony ChargesPennsylvania Attorney General Josh Shapiro has announced a man accused of delivering a fatal dose of heroin and fentanyl will face felony charges.
During Consumer Protection Week, Consumers Urged To File ComplaintsLike many, June Balan of South Park was the victim of a fly-by-night roof repair.
Ex-State Attorney General Hopes To Avoid Jail For PerjuryA once-rising star in Pennsylvania politics will learn Monday whether she is heading to prison over a feud that led the state attorney general to leak grand jury materials to the press and lie about it under oath.
Ex-Attorney General May Seek Non-Jail Sentence For PerjuryLawyers for former Pennsylvania Attorney General Kathleen Kane are hinting they will seek probation or house arrest when she is sentenced on perjury and obstruction charges.