As the national spotlight is shinning on a new SCOTUS pick and a looming new abortion fight, Sen. Casey is likely to get some spotlight attention, too.
Gov. Wolf and Scott Wagner are polar opposites on abortion. Who's likely to benefit most from renewed attention to the issue?
America's birthday is a great time to reflect on, well, America.
House Speaker Turzai and Senate Leader Corman basically blame each other for legislature's failure to pass reform issues.
"I'm troubled by so many serving life sentences under circumstances that don't seem fair," said state Sen. Sharif Street.
One would think a big Trump supporter would spend more time talking up Trump.
Growing outrage over kids taken from their parents in the interest of border security likely will lead to a new policy. But does the issue impact Trump politically?
Because political polls vary depending on methodology, candidates and campaigns can look different depending on the poll.
Gov. Casey and Sen. Specter had some things in common. One of those things was very uncommon.
There's no historic evidence that even major midterm losses by the party of a sitting president diminish that president's reelection odds.
With a ticking clock on the battle to fix gerrymandering, there's a new wrinkle in the already-tough fight.
In Harrisburg, the month of June is for focusing on a new state budget. That usually means nothing much that's new.
Almost every school district in Pennsylvania has money in reserve. And the statewide total goes up every year.
Digital ads against Republican Scott Wagner suggest some rough stuff lies ahead in Pennsylvania's race for governor.
In a year of supposed voter engagement, in a state where American democracy was born, we still see an electorate more turned off than on.
A difference-maker as a small-town mayor, John Fetterman could well make a difference in the governors race, and maybe even in the office he seeks.
Gov. Wolf v. Sen. Wagner might appear to be a ho-hum affair. But the politics of Pennsylvania remains divisive and could provide a battle better than expected.
With new congressional districts, some unusual races and tons of candidates, Pennsylvania's Primary Election is one for the history books.
Just days before Pennsylvania's primary election, a case can be made for a stunning upset in the GOP race for governor.
State Rep. Daryl Metcalfe is under a spotlight once again as Democratic House leaders try to sap his power.