Former staffers say State Sen. Daylin Leach at times inappropriately put his hands on women or steered conversations with young, female subordinates into sexual territory. Leach denied any wrongdoing.
Gov. Wolf and others have called on State Sen. Daylin Leach to step down following an Inquirer and Daily News report about misconduct allegations against the senator.
In a statement released to The Inquirer and Daily News, State Sen. Daylin Leach denies inappropriately touching former Democratic Party staffers.
Even as Gov.-elect Phil Murphy positions himself as a liberal star in a leaderless national party seeking to combat the Trump administration, intra-party feuds at home and a tight fiscal situation threaten his agenda.
WASHINGTON (AP) - Democrat Doug Jones, who won election to the Senate from staunchly Republican Alabama, insisted to both parties in politically divided Washington Sunday that he'll leave "all the options on the table" when it comes to his votes next year on issues from immigration to infrastructure...
LONDON (AP) - Britain's Prince Harry has interviewed Barack Obama for a radio program in which the former U.S. president shared his memories of the day he left office and his hopes for the future.
Republican critics of the bureau have seized on the message, saying it's proof of political bias.
A Philadelphia federal judge on Friday ruled in favor of temporarily blocking Trump administration rules nationwide that would limit women's access to free birth control under the federal Affordable Care Act.
Senator pressed judicial nominee Matthew Petersen on his legal knowledge and lack of courtroom experience.
Sen. Mike Lee, R-Utah, also pushing for the change, is undecided on the tax plan.
"These politicians are sending the message that women are less than full partners in our civil society and that they should not have the right to make their own health decisions."
Moore said in a Wednesday web video that late-counted ballots could change the results of the election.
WASHINGTON (AP) - President Donald Trump is trumpeting the rolling back of federal rules and regulations in his administration's first year even as critics say he has tried to dismantle important protections for the environment, consumers and others, and that his claims are overblown.