Pittsburgh Republican Paul Mango is up on TV with very early ads for a race still a long way off.
It's past time for state leaders to act like leaders and fix state finances.
Efforts to make politics better continue to stall in the legislature.
With the state's finances a total mess, maybe some wild ideas can help.
U.S. Rep. Lou Barletta's official entry into the U.S. Senate race challenges political history. Will it make history of its own?
State Rep. Rick Saccone is bringing an unusual resume to the race for U.S. Senate.
Decisions regarding Frank Rizzo's statue really need to be thought through.
With state finances in dire straits, lawmakers focus on groceries.
The president's response to Charlottesville has ongoing consequences, but it is uncertain where they lead.
In the wake of hate-caused violence in Virginia, there are calls for a stronger hate-crimes law in Pennsylvania.
The story of an inspirational Philadelphia teacher ought to play on a larger stage.
Early reelection campaigns aren't starting out as models of admirable politics.
More than a month past the state budget deadline, there's no clear road to a resolution.
A political race featuring pro-Trump Lou Barletta and anti-Trump Bob Casey would again bring national attention to a Pennsylvania contest.
A Boy Scout speech and a transgender tweet mark new lows for President Trump.
As the state budget mess drags on, Harrisburg drags itself down.
There are good reasons why increasing the cost of higher education is bad policy in the state.
Following Philly Rep. Chris Rabb through his first year in office is one way to look at the good and the bad in Harrisburg.
As Pennsylvania lawmakers prepare to hand Gov. Wolf a way to pay for new state spending, the governor faces tough decisions.
Pennsylvania's ongoing budget mess is a good example of Orwellian insight.