During a rally in Florida on Saturday, Trump said “look what’s happening last night in Sweden.” It wasn’t clear what he was referring to.
He addresses health care, immigration and the media.
Next week, Democrats will gather in Atlanta to choose the next chair of the Democratic National Committee.
The unusually elaborate lifestyle of America's new first family is straining the Secret Service and security officials.
U.S. President Donald Trump today said he is considering four people to serve as his national security adviser.
Toomey took ten questions from callers in less than an hour.
Woodruff, who studied law at Duquesne University while playing for the Steelers from 1979-90, has served as a Common Pleas judge since 2005.
Senate Republicans had reportedly told the White House that Andrew Puzder didn’t have the votes to be confirmed.
Several of the state’s GOP lawmakers responded simply: Flynn was right to quit.
U.S. Sen. Pat Toomey, R-Pa., met Tuesday with Donald Trump’s Supreme Court nominee, Neil Gorsuch.
John Schnaedter, 36, of Mount Washington, faces one count of simple assault stemming from the incident.
The Pittsburgh native and Dallas Mavericks owner was blindsided when Trump unleashed a seemingly unprovoked attack from his Twitter account.
Allegheny County judge and former Steelers player gets nod he failed to get in 2015 from state Democrats
Anti-abortion activists emboldened by the new Trump administration staged rallies around the country.
Apple chief executive Tim Cook says fake news is "killing minds," and governments and tech firms must act to stop it.
Ms. Harris has not formally announced her campaign, and this week would say only that she was "seeking the party's endorsement."
Minnesota Congressman Keith Ellison is a chief contender for the new Democratic National Committee chair.
Martin Sheen has briefly reprised his "West Wing" role as president in a new ad backing a Pennsylvania judge seeking election.
Constituents grilled him on everything from investigating President Donald Trump's tax returns to Planned Parenthood.
Sen. Daylin Leach's profane tweet had phones in his office ringing off the hook.
“They’re lovely, and when they find out they dialed the wrong number they apologize like crazy,” said Dominick Yanchuna.
Lawmakers have been inundated with calls, emails, tweets, letters and visits from constituents wanting to express their views — strongly.
A tate senator has used a profanity-laced tweet to defend a fellow state lawmaker in Texas against Trump.
Sen. Richard Blumenthal, D-Conn., said Gorsuch made the comments during their private meeting Wednesday.
Bob Casey is not known as a high-voltage politician, but he has become a fierce, vocal Trump critic — as a senator eying 2018 election.
The Senate is working round-the-clock toward confirming Trump's close ally to become the nation's top law enforcement officer.
A divided Senate needed the vice president to break a 50-50 tie for President Donald Trump's nominee.
The bill would ban abortions after 20 weeks of pregnancy except in medical emergencies, instead of the 24 weeks allowed under current law.
The brief included Facebook, Twitter, Intel, eBay, Netflix and Uber, as well as non-tech companies such as Levi Strauss and Chobani.
One thing has become apparent to both Trump allies and his opponents: When it comes to governing, speed does not always guarantee success.
The Justice Department filed a new defense of the restrictions. A randomly selected panel of appellate judges is to hear arguments today.
Some congressional Republicans sought to distance themselves from Trump’s apparent comparison –– or attack it outright.
The government on Saturday suspended President Donald Trump’s refugee and immigration ban, scurrying to appeal a judge’s order in the case.
Harris seeking Democratic party endorsement, setting up potential three-way mayoral race with Peduto, Welch
It appears Pittsburgh Mayor Bill Peduto may be facing a challenge from City Councilwoman Darlene Harris after all.
Federal judge in Detroit blocks Trump immigration restrictions.
At least 1,000 Yemeni-run small businesses are a part of many New Yorkers’ daily lives, said Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams.
The comments were an unusual start to the bipartisan breakfast.
The former secretary of state, senator and first lady is working on a book of personal essays that will come out this fall.
Democratic Gov. Tom Wolf is reporting that he headed into 2017 with $1.7 million in his campaign account as he prepares for re-election.
Senate Republicans are united in standing behind President Donald Trump's nomination of Judge Neil Gorsuch to the Supreme Court
Democrats remain frustrated that Republicans refused last year to consider former President Barack Obama's nominee.
Pittsburgh Mayor Bill Peduto raised more than $470,000 in campaign contributions last year, according to campaign finance records filed
Activists across the country say they have been unable to get through to some lawmakers’ offices since Donald Trump’s election.
Latest: Senate confirms Chao as transportation secretary; Dems boycott Senate meeting on Trump's health, treasury picks
The Senate Judiciary Committee is voting today on the nomination of Jeff Sessions to be attorney general of the United States.
Sen. Bob Casey expressed concern about the policies Tom Price had pursued and Steve Mnuchin’s business practices.
President Donald Trump's immigration order is playing well among people around the U.S. who sent him to the White House
Pittsburgh Mayor Bill Peduto expressed disappointment over Uber CEO Travis Kalanick’s role on an advisory council under President Trump.
Acting Attorney General Sally Yates announced she would not defend Donald Trump’s immigration ban; within hours she was fired.
“What the president has done is not in the interest of security,” House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi of California told the crowd.
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