Seth Williams is scheduled to appear in federal court Wednesday; he admits he accepted more than $100,000 in gifts while in office.
While many mental-health advocates defend the ACA, Rep. Tim Murphy argues Obama’s reforms have betrayed those with behavioral health issues.
Investigators accused the city's top prosecutor of selling influence and offering to intervene in a case on behalf of a benefactor.
One of them allegedly was orchestrated in late 2013 by John H. Estey, the onetime chief of staff to former Democratic Gov. Ed Rendell.
Support is falling off from Republicans in Pennsylvania, where 31 percent of residents are over 55.
Gov. Tom Wolf vetoed the same bill last year, and remains opposed.
Perry is the first Pennsylvania Republican member of Congress to hold a live town hall since Trump took office.
Congressional boundaries are drawn up by Harrisburg legislators after every 10-year census, with the map passed like any other bill.
Former state Treasurer Rob McCord, a longtime Democrat from Montgomery County, abruptly resigned and pleaded guilty to extortion in 2015.
Rob McCord testifies against campaign contributor, businessman and friend Richard Ireland on the second day of the federal trial.
Auditor General Eugene DePasquale called the legal action a “financial gimmick” to prevent auditors from tracking taxpayer money.
His comments kicked off what is expected to be several days of testimony at the bribery trial of businessman Richard Ireland.
Court found that White’s continued practice of law is ‘causing immediate and substantial public or private harm’
Finance experts say the incentives, often offset by other costs, rarely live up to their promises on how much states will actually save.
The GOP congressman from Butler told a group in Mercer County that former President Obama stayed in D.C. to undermine President Trump.
Gov. Wolf says Pa. taxpayers have paid $170 million for a modern system “it never got.” IBM says the suit has “no merit.”
Tim Murphy and Mike Doyle are on the House Energy and Commerce Committee, while Mike Kelly, is on the House Ways and Means Committee.
Marijuana taxes last year brought in $220 million in Washington, $129 million in Colorado, and $65.4 million in Oregon, Mr. DePasquale said.
Pennsylvania's top state Senate Democrat says no ransom has been paid to resolve a "ransomware" cyberattack on caucus computers
The attack Friday left lawmakers and staff in the caucus unable to access their computer network or data.
Marcus Brown will become Wolf's liaison on public safety, helping to coordinate communications and policy involving the state police,
Protesters stage a sit-in after representatives from the senator’s office refused to meet with them or accept a box of constituent letters.
Rick Saccone called Democratic Sen. Bob Casey "a remnant of that liberal philosophy" that Mr. Saccone said has helped create a "mess."
John H. Estey, 54, a lawyer from Ardmore, will be disbarred as of March 25, the board said.
“I need to focus on other things, like college acceptances and all that other fun stuff that a senior is supposed to be thinking about.”
“We had a very respectful exchange with the senator,” said Jill Helbling, one of those organizing weekly “Tuesday with Toomey” protests.
Sen. John Eichelberger suggested at a town hall that such students should pursue vocational careers rather than being steered to college.
Franklin & Marshall poll shows strong approval among Republicans for Trump, but low overall ratings; Wolf’s numbers are up over last year.
Some residents and three organizations of atheists, humanists and free-thinkers say the House has treated them like a “disfavored minority.
U.S. Sen. Pat Toomey wasn't at an event Tuesday night set up by protest groups and billed as a town hall, so they stood an empty suit at
U.S. Reps. Tim Murphy and Keith Rothfus have been conspicuously absent from town hall events during the congressional recess.
Beyond the numbers, they lamented the direction of U.S. policies and rhetoric that emphasize deportations and a sharp reduction in refugees.
Republican leaders have criticized aspects of Mr. Wolf’s plan but in general have sounded more receptive than in previous years.
President Donald Trump and Education Secretary Betsy DeVos won’t have much influence over local district policy, experts say.