Beginning next Monday, constituents of U.S. Sen. Pat Toomey can find his office in Suite 1440 of the Grant Building, 310 Grant Street.
Harrison Marshman Jr. pleaded guilty in June in the death of his girlfriend’s son, Josiah Taylor, who was playing with the defendant’s gun.
Comedian’s lawyer says a fair trial would be impossible in the U.S., but nonetheless asks for change of venue or outside pool of jurors.
Rick Saccone called Democratic Sen. Bob Casey "a remnant of that liberal philosophy" that Mr. Saccone said has helped create a "mess."
Pennsylvania health officials say the budget shortfall that would be created by reduced federal spending would be impossible to fill.
Brandon Leer had originally been charged with aggravated assault but the charge was upgraded Monday following his daughter’s October death.
East Lacock Street on the North Shore will be closed between Federal and Sandusky streets while crews repair a recurring sink hole problem.
Former president said the media essential to “hold people like me to account.”
To get to that goal without contributing to the deficit, cuts are planned for foreign aid and domestic programs.
Nearly 600 faculty and staff have taken a voluntary retirement package from Penn State University.
Any day now, petroleum market analysts expect U.S. gasoline prices to begin rising as refineries shut down to complete routine maintenance.
Police say a woman had her 8-year-old daughter blow into an ignition device meant to prevent the woman from driving while drunk.
Money is being raised to repair and restore more than 100 headstones that were vandalized at a Jewish cemetery in Philadelphia.
He is balancing the need to rein in President Donald Trump’s more extreme impulses without distancing himself too much.
First, the president will have his say, in his maiden speech to a joint session of Congress on Tuesday night.
The protest was in response to President Donald Trump’s decision on Friday to bar several news organizations from a White House briefing.
It also will seek to slash funding for longtime Republican targets like the Environmental Protection Agency.
Philip Bilden, a former private equity investment manager who operated in Asia, had been nominated to be secretary of the Navy.
In recent years, non-Mexicans have become a larger proportion of illegal immigrants apprehended along the Southwest border.
The caution reflects deepening anxiety over sweeping new enforcement guidelines from Homeland Security Secretary John Kelly.
Wilbur Ross is likely to be confirmed Monday despite unanswered questions about his ownership of a Cyprus bank.
Democrats are questioning comments were from the Republican chairmen of the Senate and House intelligence committees.
The recent regulations including the Clean Power Plan, the Waters of the U.S. rule and limits on methane gas emissions.
Rules force Internet providers to protect the data they have on you; now the FCC wants to put those on hold
Following petitions from numerous industry groups, the FCC is now attempting to put the data security rules on ice.
The Pentagon is pushing ahead with an expansion despite a newly recognized deficiency that affects most of the system’s rocket interceptors.
Former President Barack Obama canceled it in 2013 to protest the killings of hundreds of civilian protesters.
The thunderous booms from howitzers near Hamam al-Alil are just part of the American military’s contribution to the Iraqi offensive.
A nationwide McClatchy-Marist survey found that 25 percent of registered voters found the president’s Twitter use effective and informative.
According to experts who studied 35 countries, Americans will see only a small boost.
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NASA launched a study on the risks and benefits of adding two astronauts to the first test flight of a new rocket and capsule.
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It now takes Juno 53 days to fly around the solar system’s biggest planet. That’s almost four times longer than the intended 14-day orbit.
The tornado in the Pittston Township area of Luzerne County will be classified as an EF-2 with wind speeds of 120 mph.
Police say Adam Purinton, 51, on Wednesday night fatally shot Srinivas Kuchibhotla and wounded another Indian man drinking with him.
The damage comes less than a week after a Jewish cemetery in suburban St. Louis reported more than 150 headstones vandalized.
“Bernie’s guy, like Bernie himself, never had a chance,” the president posted on Twitter Sunday morning. “Clinton demanded Perez!”
Homeland Security chief Michael Kelly reportedly said that agents only will target those suspected of being involved in illegal activity.
Changes under consideration by the House could reduce significantly federal dollars for Medicaid and subsidized private insurance.
Mining companies challenged the agency in federal court.
White House: Too early to say whether a special prosecutor should look into apparent election meddling by Russia
Principal White House deputy press secretary said investigations would find no efforts by the Trump campaign to collude with Russians.
Experts say the nerve agent used to kill Mr. Kim was almost certainly produced in a sophisticated state weapons laboratory.
The memorial protest was the largest opposition gathering since a similar march for Mr. Nemtsov in 2016.
The decision reflects an evolution in the last decade as the Vatican adapted to modern markets.
Father of fallen Navy SEAL William Owens says the government owes his son an investigation.
Defense Secretary Jim Mattis has approved the recommendations and sent the plan to the White House earlier this month.
The latest attack has raised questions as to whether the government of President Abdel-Fattah el-Sissi is doing enough to protect them.
Steel City Stonewall Democrats choose Mayor Bill Peduto over his challengers, the Rev. John Welch and city Councilwoman Darlene Harris.
At least 30 Iraqi security forces and more than 200 civilians have been killed or wounded in the last three days.
Not only did Mr. Dickman test out skydiving for the first time at age 90, but he also learned to ride a motorcycle.