If the election were held today, Barack Obama would defeat Mitt Romney in Pennsylvania, but it would be a lot closer than Obama’s win here four years ago.
Saturday afternoon, rock legend Bruce Springsteen held a free concert for Obama Supporters in Pittsburgh.
Local Democrats tried to counter-punch Congressman Paul Ryan, even before he even arrived Saturday morning.
KDKA AM’s Larry and John talk to fformer Gov. Ed Rendell about his thoughts on the presidential debate, as well as his predicition for the Steelers-Eagles game.
One week after Mitt Romney addressed his party – it’s Barack Obama’s turn. In a race that is deadlocked, it’s the President’s chance to convince undecided voters his way.
KDKA Radio’s Mike Pintek talks with political analyst Bill Green about President Obama’s comment that if someone succeeded in business in this country, they did not do it alone.
They were once in a bitter Primary fight, but on Saturday, former Republican Presidential candidate Rick Santorum was out campaigning for Mitt Romney in Westmoreland County.
On the lawn in front of Carnegie Mellon University’s Fine Arts building, members of the city’s SWAT team were already there in advance of President Obama’s latest visit to Pittsburgh on Friday afternoon.
With a legal victory in hand, President Obama hopes debate over Obamacare will end.
President Obama applauded the U.S. Supreme Court for upholding the heart of the health care overhaul bill. The President said the decision means that people with preexisting medical conditions will not be discriminated against and people will be able to afford quality health care. So what does the ruling mean to you?
The Supreme Court on Thursday upheld the individual insurance requirement at the heart of President Barack Obama’s health care overhaul.
KDKA Radio’s Robert Mangino was joined on NewsRadio1020 KDKA by Gary Van Horn, president of the Delta Foundation of Pittsburgh.
Running out of ammo, badly wounded Army Specialist Leslie Sabo, Jr. died suppressing enemy fire, allowing a Med-Evac helicopter to lift off from a landing zone in Cambodia. Les Sabo was 22-years-old. It was Mother’s Day, 1970.
The decision to close the 911th Airlift Wing in Moon Township has engendered bipartisan criticism from local officials, but what about the Commander in Chief?
KDKA Political Editor Jon Delano was invited to the White House for an interview with President Barack Obama to discuss energy; however, given the events in Afghanistan over the weekend, the topic of discussion changed.