The hits just keep coming for Kathleen Kane as more details emerge about her handling and mishandling of the states highest law enforcement office.
Sen. Art Haywood has a background and level of education rarely seen in the Legislature. And what hes after is more public participation.
Two surveys that explain the loss of public trust in the federal government
Ask leading candidates in the mayoral primary why theyre running to run the city and you get different answers that might suggest a bit of who they are.
In the race for mayor the time has come to talk of many things: of funding rules and TV ads and who gains when things get ugly.
The long-time state lawmaker running for mayor hasnt had the most flattering news coverage but nonetheless says hes well-positioned to win next months primary.
The longtime Pa. House member, a pol who has had his ups and downs, appears to be building a new path to power in the city and state.
DON'T YOU just wonder?
I mean the almost daily drip, drip, drip of bad news for Kathleen Kane at some point has to take her down the drain, no?
Mayoral candidates and Gov. Wolf seek better public schools. But policies already in place show a pattern thats somewhat less than promising.
Just as Democrat Kathleen Kane loses a court fight that could lead to charges against her, the Republican who caused the court fight says he might run against her.
Since proposed solutions to state pension woes are varied, controversial and stuck in idle, why not try them all?
The former D.A. might have the grit to rule an unruly Philly, but she faces a fight and lots of questions in order to get the chance.
The so-far bland mayoral primary sure could use some oomph. Or do we need independent candidates to generate more interest?