The move came after the family of a grad who overdosed last spring made an emotional appeal.
WASHINGTON (AP) - Senate Republicans are zeroing in on a tax outline that would add about $1.5 trillion to the government's $20 trillion debt over 10 years, justifying the spurt of red ink with promises of surging economic growth and a burst of new revenues.
A bipartisan group of 10 states' leaders warned against the Graham-Cassidy bill Tuesday.
Ronald Lundy's family say the 15-year-old was not involved in a street violence and doubt he was the shooter's intended target. He is Chester's 23rd homicide victim this year.
WASHINGTON (AP) - The chairman of the Senate intelligence committee says Facebook should testify as part of its probe into Russian meddling in the U.S. election, and that the social media giant "seems to have been less than forthcoming" with Congress.
While charter schools have drawn critics, Camden Education Association President Keith Benson praises LEAP.
SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico (AP) - Hurricane Maria barreled toward Puerto Rico on Tuesday night after wreaking widespread devastation on Dominica and leaving the small Caribbean island virtually incommunicado.
The lawsuit was filed on behalf of a marijuana grower, Keystone ReLeaf LLC, which in June failed to win one of 12 potentially lucrative permits to cultivate and process cannabis in the state.
David Bey was recently inducted into the Pennsylvania Boxing Hall of Fame.
Pennsylvania lost 2,900 pharma jobs in the last five years, but there was a net gain because some pharma executives and scientists went to start-ups.
For the Rev. Gerard Hammond, 84, a life on the line is a life well lived.
The cable/media giant is cutting its losses with Watchable, a not-different-enough alternative to YouTube.
Fresh off a near-political-death experience - winning reelection by 1.5 percentage points - Sen. Pat Toomey (R., Pa.) has dived into the two most contentious legislative battles of 2017, authoring conservative proposals and pushing his colleagues to go farther than many are first inclined. He began by...
PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) - U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions on Tuesday criticized sanctuary cities that try to protect immigrants in the country illegally as places that "undermine the moral authority of the law."