A state senator from Mount Pocono is pushing an effort to kill Philadelphia's soda tax while critics of the levy gather for a hearing in Harrisburg Tuesday.
There will be no rematch for State Rep. Brian Sims and former Democratic challenger Ben Waxman. But at least Clout got to see what could be their last confrontation. Booze was involved. Naturally.
Beth Grossman left the Philadelphia District Attorney's Office in 2015 after 21 years, disgusted with how the agency was being run. Now she's the Republican nominee to be the city's next chief law enforcement officer.
A nonprofit that traffics in voter-fraud claims has lost again in a federal case filed against the Philadelphia city commissioners. Don't expect that to be the end of it. There appears to be no end to voter-fraud conspiracy theories.
This bubbled up in Mayor Kenney's most recent campaign finance report: He has put Minister Rodney Muhammad, president of the Philadelphia NAACP and a booster of Kenney's soda tax, on his campaign payroll as a consultant.
The answers were funny, profane, angry, proud, defiant, distressed, thoughtful and flippant.
City Commissioner Al Schmidt on Thursday called on the Pennsylvania Department of State to identify and contact noncitizens who registered to vote due to a flawed procedure at PennDot centers across the state.
A new Franklin & Marshall College Poll shows Pennsylvania voters give President Trump a grade of "F" on fixing healthcare and an "A or B" on dealing with terrorism.
The chairman and vice chairman of the Republican City Committee in Philadelphia are taking their fight to Harrisburg, where the state party will likely weigh in on a dispute that may also be heading to state Commonwealth Court.
Lindy Li is an itinerant Congressional candidate in search of a district. U.S. Rep. Bob Brady calls her "confused" amid talk that she might run in his First District in Philadelphia. Li is playing coy, for now.
The chairman and vice chairman of Philadelphia's Republican City Committee are fighting about criticism of the chairman of the Democratic City Committee.
Larry Krasner, the Democratic nominee for district attorney in Philadelphia, appeared with Asa Khalif, the Black Lives Matter activist who has drawn the ire of the Fraternal Order of Police.
He has represented Philadelphia's 177th District for 17 two-year terms, decided to not seek reelection next year. The former local Republican Party chairman cited the rise of political polarization as one reason.
The Republican City Committee gathers like a family every August for the Billy Meehan Clam Bake. But this year, GOP family fights loom large across the country.
Daphne Goggins, the Republican leader of the 16th Ward in Philadelphia, offered up an explanation for the violence in Charlottesville on a CNN panel of Trump supporters that the network then branded as a "conspiracy theory."
Get ready for more talk about whether the statue stays or goes. The final decision, according to the mayor, will rest with the commission after it holds hearings.
Have you met DJ Darrell Clarke? The Council president cut loose last at a recent fundraiser. Plus: Another move at the DA's Office. And the Philly GOP welcomes a Donald Trump ally to its annual clambake.
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