Donald Trump hasn’t yet delivered on any man of his campaign promises, but his administration claims he’s outperformed predecessors.
“If I did marriages, would I do a gay marriage? Yeah,” said candidate Dan Butler, who does not perform marriages.
Paul Mango has hired veteran campaign staff and is touring the state, meeting with GOP activists and others.
A hardball tactic to force congressional Democrats to negotiate on President Donald Trump's health care priorities might end up backfiring.
“I am sad that I am not on television anymore.”
Rep. Tim Murphy opposes Elinore F. McCance-Katz, President Donald Trump’s nominee for mental health position Mr. Murphy created.
Jeff Bartos is a Republican committeeman in Montgomery County who has never run for office before.
Lawmakers seem eager to forge a deal before government funding expires Friday.
A civilian staffer from the sheriff’s office, Lindsey McCarthy, accused Detective Satler of lying about hiring practices.
The move means Mike Stack and his wife lose a perk in place for decades -- escorted by troopers and chauffeured in a state police vehicle.
The state’s largest single donor was Clifford Forrest, president of Armstrong County-based Rosebud Mining Co., who contributed $1 million.
Questions focused early on the Pittsburgh Water and Sewer Authority, which is trying to ease lead levels and improve customer service.
Democratic political newcomer Dr. Kathryn Allen has significantly outpaced Mr. Chaffetz in fundraising thus far.
Without clarity in the regulations, one mayoral challenger said the rules for "in kind" contributions are confusing.
In a decidedly blue community like Pittsburgh, taking on Mr. Trump is almost as safe a bet as casting shade on Tom Brady.
WTAE-TV to broadcast debate featuring Peduto, Harris, Welch
Sen. Bob Casey, a Democrat, hosted a town hall meeting for constituents on Sunday at the University of Pittsburgh.
Republican state legislator Jim Christiana of the 15th District announces he is running for U.S. Senate seat of Bob Casey, a Democrat.
There has been much speculation about whether Republican Sen. Orrin Hatch of Utah will retire.
It is not clear the city's Ethics Hearing Board will publicly weigh in on the matter before the May 16 primary itself.
While Pittsburgh requires monthly financial disclosures from candidates seeking election, at least 2 city officials are ignoring the rules.
The NRSC’s version of Bitmoji Bob isn’t especially snappy.
State Sen. Scott Wagner, who is running for governor, is not running to be the “top scientist in the state,” his campaign manager said.
Some top senators are promising to steer clear of politics as they open a hearing on Russian interference in the presidential election.
It looks increasingly unlikely Gorsuch will draw support from at least eight Democrats, which he would need to reach a confirmation vote.
In a 24-16 party-line vote Tuesday, the GOP-controlled Ways and Means Committee rejected an effort by U.S. Rep. Bill Pascrell, D-N.J.
Mayor’s camp blast her “Trump-like online outbursts.”
The Pittsburgh mayor, in a race with two other candidates, gets two-thirds approval from the Allegheny County Labor Council.
Christie and first-son-in-law Jared Kushner have been working on the issue for several weeks, the paper reported.