New Veterans Affairs Secretary With Roots In Pittsburgh Pledges To Get It RightKDKA political editor Jon Delano meets the Secretary of Veterans Affairs.
EPA Administrator Pledges EPA Will Help Protect American JobsWhen it comes to the nexus of a clean environment and jobs in industries once known for pollution, Pittsburgh is ground zero.
President Trump: 'I Thought It Would Be Easier' President Donald Trump is sounding wistful as he reflects on his first 100 days on the job.
'Lowest Thing I've Seen': Mayoral Race Takes Nasty Turn Over Homeless CampSome people have set up tents near Mayor Bill Peduto’s house to protest a homeless tent city on the North Side.
Medical Marijuana Licensing Draws Hundreds Of ApplicantsRegulators say Pennsylvania's medical marijuana program remains on schedule after hundreds of applications poured in from those who want to grow, process and dispense the drug.
President Trump's Team Unveils Tax Reform ProposalPresident Donald Trump proposed dramatic cuts in corporate and personal taxes Wednesday.
House Votes To Toughen Animal Cruelty Laws, Tethering RulesA set of revisions to Pennsylvania's criminal laws concerning cruelty to animals is on its way to the Senate after passage by the state House of Representatives.
House OKs Bill To Aid Challenges To Local Gun OrdinancesThe Pennsylvania state House wants to enable gun owners and groups such as the National Rifle Association to launch legal challenges to cities' firearms regulations.
Rep. Murphy Thinks President Trump's Tax Plan Is Off To A Good StartPresident Trump has a plan he says will stimulate job growth. He wants to slash the corporate tax rate from 35-to-15 percent and create more deductions for individuals.
House Approves Bill To Sell State's Liquor Wholesale SystemThe state House is giving its approval to a plan to lease and eventually sell off the state's wholesale system for wine and spirits, a change that opponents say could spell the end of state-owned liquor stores.
California Judge Blocks Trump Order On Sanctuary City MoneyA federal judge in San Francisco has blocked a Trump administration order to withhold funding from communities that limit cooperation with U.S. immigration authorities.
Audit Rips Accounting In Pennsylvania Jobless Benefit SystemA new audit says it's unclear if the Pennsylvania Department of Labor and Industry properly spent millions in recent years on an unemployment compensation system that has melted down during a funding fight.

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