Pa. Attorney General Kane Won't Testify At Perjury TrialAttorney General Kathleen Kane decided Friday not to testify or put on any defense witnesses at her perjury and obstruction trial, saying she didn't think the government had proved its case against her.
Prosecutor: Pennsylvania Attorney General Acted Over RevengePennsylvania's attorney general has gone on trial in a perjury and obstruction case that prosecutors say stems from her drive for political revenge.
Pennsylvania Attorney General's Trial Follows Feuds, LeaksAbout 150 potential jurors are set to arrive Monday at a suburban Philadelphia courtroom as Pennsylvania's attorney general goes on trial in a perjury and obstruction case.
Ruling Clears Way For Pennsylvania AG Kane's Criminal TrialPennsylvania's highest court is declining to intervene in the criminal case against the state's top prosecutor, clearing the way for jury selection to begin Monday.
Clinton To Fight To Overturn Citizens UnitedHillary Clinton will promise to introduce an amendment overturning Citizens United.
Judge: Cosby's Accuser Doesn't Have To Testify Before TrialA judge on Thursday denied Bill Cosby's bid to force his sex-assault accuser to testify before trial.
Political Analyst: Presidential Election Will Decide Makeup Of Supreme CourtKDKA Radio Political Analyst Bill Green joined Mike Pintek to discuss the importance of this year’s presidential election.
Bishop Zubik "Hopeful" All Sides Can Come Together, Resolve Conflict On Contraceptive MandateBishop David Zubik of the Pittsburgh Catholic Diocese discusses the Supreme Court’s decision (or non-decision) on the Obamacare contraceptive mandate.
Biden: “We All Make A Mistake If We Don’t Take Donald Trump Seriously”Vice President Joe Biden says Donald Trump beat the odds when he became the presumptive Republican nominee for president and that "we all make a mistake if we don't take [Trump] seriously."
Supreme Court Justices Divided Over Health Law Birth Control PlanThe Supreme Court seems deeply divided over the arrangement devised by the Obama administration to spare faith-based groups from having to pay for birth control for women covered under their health plans.
Bishop Zubik Heads To Washington, D.C. To Challenge Part Of Affordable Care ActPittsburgh Catholic Diocese Bishop David Zubik is taking the United States government to court on Wednesday.
President Nominates Judge Garland, But Republican Senate May Refuse To ActPresident Barack Obama will nominate federal appeals court judge Merrick Garland to the Supreme Court on Wednesday.