Russia uses nerve gas in Britain, cyber targets U.S. elections, nuclear plants and ultilities, and Trump - belatedly - responds with pin prick sanctions. Why won't the president authorize serious cyber push back and sanctions? Americans deserve to know.
After dropping his bid for Congress, State Rep. Greg Vitali jumped back into the race - after it was too late for anyone to challenge his seat in the legislature.
WASHINGTON (AP) - Veteran U.S. Rep. Louise Slaughter, a Kentucky blacksmith's daughter who went on to chair one of Congress' most important committees, died Friday at a Washington hospital where she was being treated after falling in her home, her top aide said. She was 88.
State Rep. Mike O'Brien is a Philly neighborhood guy with strong opinions about the Irish, the state House and leprechauns.
NEW YORK (AP) - Donald Trump Jr.'s wife took legal steps on Thursday to formally end their 12-year marriage, and the couple issued a statement saying they're going their separate ways but "will always have tremendous respect for each other and our families."
McCabe has become a lightning rod in the political battles over the FBI's most high-profile cases, including the Russia investigation and the probe of Hillary Clinton's email practices. He has been a frequent target of criticism from President Trump.
Cohen, through his limited liability corporation Essential Consultants, made the claim in papers his lawyer filed in federal court Friday.
It is unclear if the 1991 felony conviction of Lebanese American businessman George Nader figures into his agreement to assist special counsel Robert Mueller III.
As of Friday evening, the courts hadn't yet decided whether to intervene to block Pennsylvania's new congressional map.
The turbulence is part of a broader potential shake-up under consideration by Trump that is likely to include senior officials at the White House, where staffers are gripped by fear and uncertainty as they await the next move from an impulsive president who enjoys stoking conflict.
U.S. Rep. Ryan Costello, of Chester County, has warned GOP leaders that he may not run for another term in the U.S. House, leaving party officials worried about fielding a candidate in a highly-competitive district that could flip to Democrats.
Under a negotiated agreement, a restraining order obtained by a fellow legislator against Rep. Nick Miccarelli, Delaware County Republican, was extended Thursday for three years. He has to relinquish his firearms unless he is on National Guard duty and will be allowed to work at the state Capitol.
The full list of Philadelphia's 66 problem cops recently was released by District Attorney Larry Krasner after a judge's order.