Two Local Congressmen Have Different Opinions On Gun Reform In Wake Of Mass ShootingsTwo local members of Congress appearing on the KD/PG Sunday Edition demonstrate why passing gun reform measures seems so impossible in Washington.
Dartboard With Faces Of 4 Liberal Congresswomen At County Fair GOP Booth Sparks ControversyA dartboard at the Fayette County Republicans booth with the faces of four liberal congresswomen taped on it has sparked controversy on Facebook.
Rep. Guy Reschenthaler Calls 'This Entire Process UnAmerican' While Questioning Robert MuellerSpecial counsel Robert Mueller testified before two different congressional committees and reiterated two points.
Republican Committee Of Allegheny County Elects New ChairmanThe Republican Committee of Allegheny County elected Sam DeMarco as its new chairman.
Supreme Court Allows Severe Partisan Gerrymandering To ContinueThe Supreme Court said Thursday that federal courts must stay out of disputes over when politicians go too far in drawing district lines for partisan gain.
Bills Aim To End Pennsylvania's Straight-Party Voting OptionDemocrats object to proposal to eliminate straight party vote in Pa. elections.
D. Raja To Step Down As Chair Of Allegheny Co. Republican CommitteeThere’s a major shake-up in local Republican politics.
President Trump Making His 10th Trip To Ohio, Visiting Canton And LimaPresident Donald Trump is returning to Ohio, the state that foretold his 2016 victory and serves as the linchpin of his re-election effort.
How The Partial Government Shutdown Is Playing Out And What To Expect As It ContinuesA partial government shutdown remains in effect after funding expired for roughly a quarter of the federal government when the clock struck midnight on Saturday.
Pa. Democrats Prepare Bills To Keep Health Insurance ProtectionsDemocrats in Pennsylvania's state Senate say they'll introduce legislation to continue protections in individual health insurance plans sold in the state should the Affordable Care Act be permanently blocked in the courts.
Pa. Senate GOP Puts New Democrat's Residency Debate Into MotionPennsylvania's top state senator is setting in motion a process to decide whether a Democrat meets residency requirements to serve in the chamber.