A tearful Kathleen Kane, convicted on perjury, obstruction and other charges, pleads for leniency during sentencing hearing.
Joe Biden will appear at Chatham University’s Athletic Fitness Center in Squirrel Hill for an 11:30 a.m. rally. Doors open at 9:30 a.m.
The former attorney general is expected to seek leniency for abusing her position, but “no regrets” means she may not receive it.
Either Democrat Joseph Torsella of Philadelphia or Republican Otto Voit of Berks County will oversee more than $100 billion in state assets.
“Here's the big X factor: it's called Donald Trump,” said Terry Madonna, director of the Franklin & Marshall College poll.
McGinty would bring environmental expertise to foreign affairs policy talks; Toomey would bring finance background.
Republicans Tim Murphy and Keith Rothfus and Democrat Mike Doyle are heavy favorites to retain their seats in the Nov. 8 election.
Republican John Brown says his business experience sets him apart from the Democratic incumbent.
Katie McGinty isn’t without flaws, the Times said, saying she had “eyebrow-raising moments” as Pennsylvania DEP secretary.
The presidential campaign will again make its rounds in Western Pennsylvania over the next several days.
The Republican nominee’s statement Wednesday night was widely seen as a major break with a tradition of respecting election results.
The latest ad opens with her from her days on the basketball team at St. Hubert Catholic High School for Girls in Northeast Philadelphia.
The secretary of the commonwealth says Donald Trump’s contrarian view “is not only wrong and uninformed, it is also dangerous.”
The legislation would make it difficult for the public to access audio or video from the cameras.
A new document dump from WikiLeaks includes a single message Ms. McGinty sent from her personal e-mail address to the Clinton campaign.
U.S. Sen. Pat Toomey is in the crosshairs of a liberal PAC that works to keep dark money out of politics.
He is accused of grabbing the woman and holding her for about 20 seconds with “intent to annoy or alarm” her, according to a police report.
Mr. Toomey hasn’t publicly endorsed or renounced Mr. Trump.
It was the first of two debates in a race whose outcome will help determine which party controls the U.S. Senate for the next two years.
With the presidential election nearing, the Allegheny County DA’s office reassures voters that fraud rumors are “unsubstantiated.”
Incumbent Guy Reschenthaler, a Republican from Jefferson Hills, faces Democrat Ed Eichenlaub of Bethel Park in the 37th Senate District.
Environmental concerns are at the core in Pennsylvania race between McGinty and Toomey
There are important issues on the docket for Pennsylvania lawmakers as 2015-16 session enters its final six weeks.
U.S. Senate candidates Pat Toomey and Katie McGinty launched dueling campaign ads today.
Members of the Pennsylvania Orthopaedic Society are concerned, however, that a new database of patient drug histories isn’t working well.
Clinton has 51 percent to Trump’s 42 percent in a two-way race, with her margin swelling to 28 percentage points in four suburban counties.
The Clinton campaign has not confirmed the authenticity of the e-mails.
Mr. Toomey deflected attempts by the Philadelphia Inquirer editorial board to get him to choose sides in the presidential race.
GOP Congressional members faced with balancing reelection hopes against their party ties to Donald Trump.
Pennsylvania voters are leaning more toward Clinton, making Ohio an even more important battleground.
The Nov. 8 ballot also includes a tight race for U.S. Senate that pits Republican incumbent Pat Toomey against Democrat Katie McGinty.
In Monday appearance, the Republican nominee for president picks up where he left off during Sunday’s televised debate.
The bill’s sponsor says it would be easier to fill the volunteer positions if residents of one county could help out in another county.
Voters' choice of senator could have far-reaching implications on Supreme Court balance.
Thousands gathered in the shadow of the massive USS John P. Murtha on Saturday to send the ship into active service and honor its namesake.
The New York Republican Party is sending Donald Trump mailings to Democratic voters in the swing states of Pennsylvania, Ohio and Iowa.
Pennsylvania’s U.S. Senate race remains ugly as Democrat Katie McGinty accuses GOP incumbent Pat Toomey of a conflict of interest.
Pat Toomey’s total fundraising this election cycle is $28.3 million.
Hillary Clinton’s vice presidential running mate on the Democratic ticket was in Oakland today at Margaret Morrison Carnegie Hall.
Ms. Clinton answered questions from the audience on topics ranging from gun violence to health care to female body image.
Former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg, a leading proponent of more expansive gun-control measures, donated $250,000 to Josh Shapiro.
Liberal groups have spent $31.8 to support Ms. McGinty. Conservatives have spent $28.8.
Both challenger Katie McGinty and Sen. Pat Toomey sound familiar refrains in U.S. Senate race when it comes to the economy.
Auditor General Eugene DePasquale said the state needs to do more to protect taxpayers and make sure assistance goes to those who need it.
The issue has become a platform to score wins in a Legislature that has fought the first-term Democratic governor at nearly every turn.
Mr. Murphy, who is trained in first aid, began giving the man cardio-pulmonary resuscitation while an aide called 911.
The Toomey ad features Jed Johnson who shares the story of a friend who died a week after the VA told him he would have to wait for a bed.
The Senate has already authorized the projects, but other parts of the upper chamber’s legislation differs from the House version.
Gov. Tom Wolf urged lawmakers not to limit their expectations despite the waning of the legislative session.
Formal focus groups — and informal ones at bars — reported on what appealed and didn’t from the Monday night debate stage.