Meanwhile, the ACLU sues Philadelphia for denying a permit for a parade during the Democratic National Convention.
The commonwealth could see as much as $46 million over two years to support wider access to opioid-disorder treatments.
Affirmative action advocates shocked, and thrilled, by Supreme Court's ruling in University of Texas case
Advocates had feared that the court might rule that there was no longer a place for affirmative action in college admissions.
“When you get old and you are unable to hear, you are completely isolated from what’s going on around you,” said Sen. Jim McDermott.
A federal judge said the city is barring the public from its rights to free speech and assembly.
The Upper St. Clair Republican’s legislation would make it easier for caregivers to access treatment plans of violent patients.
Republicans brand the remarkable move a publicity stunt and adjourned the chamber until after July 4.
With a scripted speech, the presumptive Republican presidential nominee fused his anti-trade economic message with a series of attacks.
The 74-year-old Republican is one of the highest-ranking U.S. politicians to ever go to prison.
The measure that would give federal law enforcement direct access to email and texting logs, internet browsing histories, and other data.
It is the first major overhaul of toxic chemicals rules in 40 years.
Groups of various political persuasions are opposed to the city’s restrictions for demonstrations.
The Democrats’ frustration is fueled by GOP leaders’ refusal to allow votes on gun-control measures.
The administration says the decision prevents regulators from using '21st-century standards' to ensure oil, gas operations are done safely.
The U.S. representative from Philadelphia was found guilty of laundering federal grants and nonprofit funds to repay an illegal loan.
Meanwhile, the Republican billionaire — who apparently was the target of an assassination attempt Monday — thrilled Christian conservatives.
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., said he would allow a vote on the proposal by Sen. Susan Collins, R-Maine.
Officials are ready for the 6,000 delegates, 20,000 journalists and 500 dignitaries coming to the Democratic convention, July 25-28.
It was seen as an urgent move to reboot the New York Republican’s general-election campaign, which recently has been besieged by turmoil.
The justices, 5-3, relaxed the so-called exclusionary rule even when it is not clear people on the streets have done anything wrong.
The firms’ conclusions come several days after someone going by the moniker “Guccifer 2.0” claimed responsibility for the hack.
A lot of eyes were focused on Sen. Pat Toomey, the Pennsylvania Republican behind the last bipartisan gun-control effort seen as viable.
The presumptive Republican presidential nominee added “we have to use common sense” over “political correctness.”
Hillary Clinton and her Democratic allies have invested at least $41 million in commercials in crucial states.
The shifts over the past few weeks should make Republicans beyond nervous.
Plus: FedEx trafficking case, NYC riders in for thrill, Hackers breach Pentagon, Man with weapons held
Gregg Behr of Grable Foundation was among “Champions of Change” at a White House ceremony Friday, recognizing the Remake Learning Council.
Counterterror campaigns overseas, he declared, can never prevent all “lone wolf” attacks like the one that killed 49 people.
Union leaders gave a nod to the “important voice” that her rival, Sen. Bernie Sanders, brought to the contentious primary campaign.
The U.S. senator wins a friendly wager with Dianne Feinstein, but bringing the bottle back home may prove difficult.
Sen. Chris Murphy, a Democrat from Connecticut, spent much of the time speaking about the shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School in 2012.
“Media fell all over themselves criticizing what Donald Trump ‘may have insinuated about @POTUS.’ But he’s right,” he posted on Twitter.
The election-year fight pits proponents of the Second Amendment against those arguing for greater restrictions on obtaining weapons.
He and Hillary Clinton were seen as conducting an extraordinary joint attack on the presumptive Republican nominee.
The vice president cited that incident as an example of how assault survivors now feel empowered to talk about their experience.
The senator is negotiating an end to his fight with the ex-first lady and staking a claim on directing the future of the Democratic Party.
The regulations force providers such as Comcast and AT&T to treat all online traffic equally.
Democrats say Rep. Tim Murphy’s mental heath bill is not an alternative to gun control.
Headlined “Make America Safe Again,” the email includes an image of Donald Trump surrounded by local public safety workers.
Hillary Clinton makes campaign stop at IBEW Local No. 5 on the South Side.
DNC was so thoroughly compromised by competing Russian intel gatherers that all e-mails and chats were accessible in the breach.
President Obama’s 2017 budget contains more than $1 billion toward drug epidemic, but Congressional committee fight may challenge passage.
And President Barack Obama sought Monday to tie together the public debate over terrorism and gun control.
The senators touted differing policies in reaction to mass killing.
He received more statewide votes throughout his political career than any person in Ohio history and was never voted out of office.
Presumptive GOP nominee says he's got Steelers' Ben Roethlisberger's support, but Big Ben says he'll stay out of politics.
Hillary Clinton’s campaign rally is her first visit to Pittsburgh since she became the presumptive Democratic presidential nominee.
Advocates want longer statute of limitations for civil suits in child abuse cases, but Senate may be backing away from that provision.
She makes her first major speech, to Planned Parenthood, since becoming the presumptive nominee.
Donald Trump appeared in Washington Friday ahead of Saturday campaign rallies in Richmond, Va., and Pittsburgh.