Trump spokesmen said the rally, which will be the fourth in recent weeks, will review Mr. Trump’s accomplishments since taking office in
Gov. Tom Wolf called the legislation “nothing more than an ideologically driven attempt to disrupt health services for thousands of women.”
The House approved a plan that opponents say could spell the end of state-owned liquor stores.
Eugene DePasquale said the Department of Labor & Industry did not properly account for spending between 2013 and 2016.
Paul Mango has hired veteran campaign staff and is touring the state, meeting with GOP activists and others.
Nestled on a wooded hillside at Fort Indiantown Gap is a one-of-a-kind home - and it comes with a one-of-a-kind price tag to taxpayers.
AG Josh Shapiro said that the “rule of law” guided his decision to refrain from joining an amicus brief opposing the Trump travel ban.
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.
State GOP officials expect health care systems consultant and Pine resident Paul Mango to announce his bid to replace Tom Wolf.
The president will speak at 7:30 p.m. April 29 at the Pennsylvania Farm Show Complex & Expo Center in Harrisburg.
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.
Sons and grandchildren remember life growing up with Pop-Pop.
The state’s largest single donor was Clifford Forrest, president of Armstrong County-based Rosebud Mining Co., who contributed $1 million.
Records show he paid back about $1,800 he collected before he officially switched his address to Harrisburg from Philadelphia.
An Indiana Republican’s proposal to allow teachers to carry firearms moves through a Senate committe, but sparks a larger debate.
House Republicans point to gambling expansion and additional loosening of state control of alcohol sales as ways to fill a budget gap.
Monday is the registration deadline and voters have to be registered in one of the major parties to be able to help pick nominees.
State Rep. Tony DeLuca, D-Penn Hills, is among their latest targets.
In a hearing before U.S. District Judge John E. Jones III, John Estey, 54, apologized for the crime that had brought him to court.
Lt. Governor Mike Stack apologized for how he and his wife have treated their State Police detail.
Mike Stack and his wife are being investigated over complaints they verbally abused members of their security detail and household staff.
Sen. Bob Casey, a Democrat, hosted a town hall meeting for constituents on Sunday at the University of Pittsburgh.
The $31.5 billion House spending plan is about $800 million less than the budget that Gov. Tom Wolf proposed in February.
Under the amended bill, government entities would lose elements of sovereign immunity, exposing them to large liability awards.
House Republicans call for spending $31.5 billion in the next fiscal year, compared to Democratic Gov. Tom Wolf’s $32.3 billion.
McCord revealed during trial that Ireland was just one of several people who allegedly tried to trade him campaign contributions for favors.
“You never know what the mid-term environment is going to be,” said Kyle Kondik of the University of Virginia, who handicaps House races.
Eight out of 10 voters here chose Trump, the blustery Republican with a promise of a better deal for America, over Democrat Hillary Clinton.