Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf waged Primanti’s and Prantl’s, while Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker bet chowder and Boston cream pie.
Organizers say the goal of the Resistance Forum is to preserve policies and institutions that progressives hold dear.
The communities that sent Donald Trump to the White House are struggling, and they will be watching his administration closely.
Two neighboring Pennsylvania counties, one struggling and one wealthy, view Trump's impending presidency in sharply different ways.
Pennsylvania Attorney General-elect Josh Shapiro and Treasurer-elect Joe Torsella, both Democrats, will be sworn into office today.
The potential for a lean budget has stoked alarm in some quarters, including county governments. The proposal will be released Feb. 7.
The Brookline-based Democrat says safety and specialized inmate services are good arguments for keeping the lockup open.
The Pennsylvania governor has battled gridlock during his first two years and with Trump’s victory, help in D.C. will be scarce.
Wagner, 61, took office after winning a 2014 special election as a write-in candidate.
Josh Shapiro said under his tenure as attorney general the office will include more consumer protection efforts.
Sen. Bob Casey and other Democrats propose requiring the president to cash out financial holdings that could pose a conflict of interest.
SCI Pittsburgh was mothballed in 2005 but was reopened in 2007 as the inmate population rose statewide.
Democrat Josh Shapiro announced Friday that Eric Fillman will create and direct training for all employees in the attorney general’s office.
The state Democratic chairman hopes to convene a Judicial Review Committee within the next two weeks.
In a recent filing, Kathleen Kane’s lawyer challenges the use of a special prosecutor to investigate leak of grand jury material.
The rule change came on the day state Rep. Leslie Acosta, D-Philadelphia, resigned after pleading guilty to a federal corruption charge.
As Republican lawmakers in Washington gear up to tear down the Affordable Care Act, U.S. Sen. Robert Casey is striving to hold it together.
Rob Gleason rose to statewide prominence from his perch as Cambria County’s chair, a post he inherited from his father.
The newest class of Pennsylvania state lawmakers are headed to the state Capitol for swearing-in ceremonies.
The “Scott Wagner for Governor” committee was registered with the Department of State on Dec. 23.
Some group homes for recovering drug addicts can hobble the recovery process, said Natalia Rudiak, a Pittsburgh City Council member.
Court watchers are eager for the U.S. Senate to confirm judges for the Western District of Pennsylvania, where caseloads are heavy.
As it has for successive years, Pennsylvania’s billion-dollar budget woes will drive the legislative agenda.
The latest U.S. Census Bureau estimates show the state on track to lose at least one, and possibly two Congressional seats come 2020.
The Attorney General Office's refusal to pay D.C. lawyer Douglas Gansler's bill could set the stage for a nasty court fight.
Health Secretary Karen Murphy said firms can apply between Feb. 20 and March 20 to grow or sell the drug to patients with prescriptions.
The report estimates Pennsylvania suspends about 19,000 licenses annually for non-driving-related drug offenses.