Sen. Bob Casey Holds Open Possible Run For President In 2020He just won a third term in the U.S. Senate by a landslide, so maybe it's no surprise that U.S. Sen. Bob Casey is hedging his bets on running for president in 2020.
Peduto Aimed To Make Administration Smarter And More Efficient, Has He Done It?It's not your grandpa's city government, the one that simply picked up the garbage and patrolled the streets. Mayor Bill Peduto has vowed to modernize city government, but has he succeeded?
KDKA Investigates: Mayor Bill Peduto's Travels Around The WorldRicky Nelson may have been a "travelin' man," but he has nothing on Pittsburgh Mayor Bill Peduto.
Conservative Group Threatens To Take Pitt To Court Over Security Fee For Controversial Podcaster's AppearanceThe appearance of young conservative speaker and podcaster, Ben Shapiro, popular with some on college campuses, is stirring up controversy at the University of Pittsburgh.
Voters Sue Pennsylvania Officials Over Absentee Ballot RulesA lawsuit claims Pennsylvania sends out absentee ballots too late, preventing some people from returning them in time.
Government Crackdown Prompts Major E-Cigarette Manufacturer To Suspend Sales Of Some ProductsThe country’s leading manufacturer of e-cigarettes is suspending some sales on its most popular products.
Pittsburgh Joins Nationwide Protests Over Resignation Of AG Jeff SessionsDozens of people gathered outside the City-County Building in Downtown Pittsburgh to protest what they are calling the forced resignation of United States Attorney General Jeff Sessions.
White House's Ban Of CNN Reporter Following Confrontation Stirs ControversyA long-standing feud between President Donald Trump and journalist Jim Acosta culminated with the CNN reporter's press credentials being revoked.
Congressman Mike Doyle Says Divided Government Doesn't Have To Mean GridlockThe United States is back to divided government again.
'A Really Good Day For Women In Politics': Pa. Women Make History During Midterm ElectionIt's been 98 years since women gained the right to vote in the U.S. Constitution. But since then women have had a difficult time getting elected to legislative bodies. This year was different.
Fetterman Says He Won’t Move Into Lieutenant Governor's ResidencePennsylvania's newly elected lieutenant governor says he does not plan to move into the lavish state-owned official residence and hopes to make it available for some type of public use.
Lindsey Williams Claims Victory In District 38 State Senate RaceA Pennsylvania state Senate race, where socialism became a big buzzword went deep into the night.