Pennsylvania And Several Other States Considering Legal Action Against Trump Administration Over USPS And Mail-In VotingSeveral states say they are considering legal action against the Trump administration and the United States Postal Service to stop them from using new operational changes that could slow mail service leading up to the presidential election, which will rely heavily on mail-in voting.
New Trump Rules Could Get 60,000 Pennsylvanians Off Food StampsThe Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) provides food stamps to 40 million people.
Gov. Tom Wolf Warns 200K Jeopardized By President Trump's Food Stamps MoveGov. Tom Wolf is warning that food stamp benefits for about 200,000 people are jeopardized by a Trump administration move to stop allowing states to exceed federal income eligibility thresholds.
16 States File Lawsuit To Stop President Trump's Emergency DeclarationSixteen states on Monday evening filed a lawsuit challenging President Donald Trump's national emergency declaration.
Federal Judge Blocks Trump Administration’s Opt-Out Option On No-Cost Birth Control For More EmployersA federal judge in Philadelphia is imposing a nationwide injunction on new Trump administration rules that allowed more employers to opt out of providing women with no-cost birth control.
Bigger Paychecks And Cheap Gas Drive Best Holiday Shopping Season In Six YearsHoliday sales grew at their fastest pace in six years, buoyed by rising wages and a drop in gas prices.
Trump Says Shutdown Will Continue Until His Border Wall Demand Is MetAs the government remains partially closed through the holidays, President Trump said the impasse in budget negotiations will continue until his $5 billion demand for border wall funding is met.
AG Shapiro Among Attorneys General Challenging Whitaker's AppointmentAttorney General Josh Shapiro is one of 15 Attorneys General challenging the Trump administration's appointment of Matthew Whitaker as Acting Attorney General of the United States.
Holy Family Institute Helps Migrant Children Separated From ParentsSince 1990, the sisters of Holy Family of Nazareth have served immigrants in Pittsburgh.
Apple Disagrees With Trump Administration On Benefit Of EnvironmentalismApple does not agree with the Trump Administration on a number of issues, including tariffs and immigration.
Pennsylvania Enrollment In Federal Health Insurance Down SlightlyThe number of Pennsylvanians enrolled in insurance plans sold through the federal HealthCare.gov marketplace shrank slightly.