Sen. Pat Toomey seems to be like Teflon when it comes to gun issues.
Kathleen Kane says she has no regrets, but experts say contrition is the first step if she hopes to have a promising future.
As he has before, Sen. Pat Toomey said he was reserving judgment on whether to endorse Donald Trump, the GOP presidential candidate.
Bruce Beemer, a veteran prosecutor, was a major witness in the trial that led to Kane's conviction Monday.
The message: “I know working on Wall Street helped make Pat Toomey a millionaire. That was good for him, but not for me.”
She is to be sentenced Oct. 28 on two felony counts of perjury and seven misdemeanor charges of abusing the power of her office.
Opponent Katie McGinty called the senator a flip-flopper, but a Toomey spokesman said his earlier support was for the trade process.
The escalating race in political spending is fueled by super PACs and nonprofits.
Officials said once Ms. Kane’s resignation takes effect today, Bruce L. Castor Jr., second-in-command, will become acting attorney general.
Erica Smegielski is featured in pro-Toomey ad from Independence USA PAC.
The judge in Ms. Kane’s case indicated that sentencing would occur within 90 days.
Prosecutors told jurors that damning testimony against Attorney General Kathleen Kane by her coconspirators was backed up by evidence.
The vice president is set to set to hold his first campaign rally for Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton today.
A jury in Norristown will begin deliberating charges against her today.
A complaint against Senate candidate Katie McGinty illustrates ambiguity created with the Supreme Court’s 2010 Citizens United decision.
Joshua Morrow, a political consultant to Kathleen Kane, said they plotted together to pin the leak on an estranged former top aide.
A Quinnipiac University survey released this morning found McGinty leading Toomey, 47 percent to 44 among likely Keystone State voters.
The funds can be used for planning purposes, such as designing the program and defining eligibility, as well as for research and analysis.
"At its core, this case is very simple," prosecutor Michelle Henry told the jury. "The defendant wanted to get revenge against someone."
A former top adviser to three Pennsylvania governors faces a charge he assaulted his wife at their home outside Harrisburg over the weekend.
While Hillary Clinton shattered a “glass ceiling” in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania ranks 40th in terms of women in government.
Pennsylvania AG Kathleen Kane is accused of perjury, conspiracy, obstruction and other charges.
The decision Friday means the attorney general’s criminal trial will begin Monday in Norristown.
One poll, from the Pew Research Center, indicates friends of a political feather tend to stick together.
Registered Republican and military mother Sue Loudon announced Wednesday that she plans to vote for Hillary Clinton in November.
Secretary of State Pedro Cortes noted there is a limited amount of time to modify the ballot if the court orders that changes be made.
Governor credits the new “GO TIME” office with helping the commonwealth find more efficient ways of spending money.
The Greens also placed candidates for treasurer, auditor and three state representative seats on the ballot.
The Republican presidential nominee predicts he’ll score key victory in state in November: ‘My guys are so sure of it.’
The so-called King's Bench motion marked a last-minute attempt by the attorney general to avoid or delay criminal trial.
At stake is the fate of a question to voters on the November ballot that would raise the mandatory retirement age for judges from 70 to 75.
Winning the presidential nomination moves Hillary Clinton closer to breaking the glass ceiling, but also puts her in unchartered territory.
Former state Treasurer Barbara Hafer is charged with lying to federal agents, who were questioning her about a pay-to play scheme.
The agreement was filed in a courthouse 10 miles from the candy manufacturer named for company founder Milton S. Hershey, who died in 1945.
In her acceptance speech, Hillary Clinton rejected fear and pledged to find the solution to America’s challenges and unite Americans.
Sponsors often say such convention-related events are meant to boost the democratic process or help a city play host. Critics disagree.
“We’ve seen this bad movie and all of its sequels many times before,” Katie McGinty said. “The ending is always the same.”
Prosecutors say Kathleen Kane unlawfully leaked confidential documents and then lied about her actions under oath.
Two retired judges and a prominent attorney are challenging the referendum, saying it implied a term limit.
Two Republican legislative leaders say the challenge makes an assumption the average voter of the Commonwealth is uneducated.
Gambling will be a priority when Legislature reconvenes, but other bills may need to wait until next session.
Act 99 aims to provide transparency and accountability to one of Pittsburgh’s financial overseers.
The Pennsylvania senator appeared before Allegheny County Young Republicans alongside South Carolina Sens. Lindsey Graham and Tim Scott.
Ellen Granahan, the office’s Child Predator Unit, claimed she was not paid as much as other lawyers in the office.
Matthew Peifer is the son a onetime Kane confidante who last year agreed to cooperate with prosecutors in exchange for immunity.
The legislature and Gov. Tom Wolf agreed to temporary reprieves from Pennsylvania’s liquor laws during last week’s budget-funding deal.
The new state budget includes $15 million for the centers, plus $5 million from federal Medicaid funding.
Cigar smokers can puff away tax-free for at least another year.
Three southwestern Pennsylvania providers are among the 20 new Centers for Excellence receiving more funds to combat addiction.
U.S. Senate candidate has called for doubling the funding for the federal COPS program to $374 million.