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U.S. Rep. Allyson Schwartz, candidate in the Democratic primary for governor, makes a gender-based appeal to smash the "old boys' club" that rules state government in a new TV ad.
Where the legal bar and the liquid bars meet.
Gov. Corbett and his successor as the state's top prosecutor on Tuesday said it was inaccurate for Attorney General Kathleen G. Kane to suggest that they decided not to pursue charges in the sting investigation that recorded Philadelphia elected officials accepting money and gifts.
As he sat Tuesday night at a candidates forum in a quiet, half-empty room at a Quakertown library, Bob Guzzardi had an answer for everything.
John Baer: Nearly a month after the Inquirer broke the story of a controversial Philly case, top elected prosecutors continue to battle over its merits.
Pennsylvania stands to recoup about $120 million in contested tobacco-lawsuit settlement funds following a court ruling Thursday that favored the state.
New voting-patterns suggests a drop-off in this year’s election, especially among women, can boost PA’s embattled incumbent.
Ardmore businessman and conservative activist Bob Guzzardi, a self-described "nuisance" to the Republican Party, can challenge Gov. Corbett in next month's primary election, a judge ruled Tuesday.
Gov. Corbett visited the Ambler Area YMCA on Tuesday to sign four bills aimed at protecting children from abuse.
U.S. Rep. Allyson Y. Schwartz on Thursday said that all of her campaign contributions are reported so anybody can ask questions about who may be trying to influence her, but gubernatorial rival Tom Wolf's $4 million loan from M&T Bank is a different matter.
U.S. Rep. Allyson Schwartz, Democratic candidate for governor and a pioneering woman in state politics, increasingly appeals to gender in her messaging.
The American Society of Anesthesiologists ads back Dr. Valerie Arkoosh in the 13th Congressional Dem primary.
State Treasurer Rob McCord is running a new TV advertisement, entitled “Sucker,” that is the first to take on an opponent by name in Pennsylvania’s...
HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) - Tom Wolf, a Democratic candidate for governor who took out a multimillion-dollar loan to help finance his campaign, reported nearly $2.2 million in adjusted income in 2012, according to two pages of his 2012 tax return he released Thursday.
Unnamed sources tell two newspapers sting was not targeting African-Americans or even the lawmakers caught on tape.
U.S. Rep. Allyson Schwartz, candidate in the Democratic primary for governor, makes a gender-based appeal to smash the "old boys' club" that rules state government in a new TV ad.
Gov. Corbett and his successor as the state's top prosecutor on Tuesday said it was inaccurate for Attorney General Kathleen G. Kane to suggest that they decided not to pursue charges in the sting investigation that recorded Philadelphia elected officials accepting money and gifts.
Where the legal bar and the liquid bars meet.
As he sat Tuesday night at a candidates forum in a quiet, half-empty room at a Quakertown library, Bob Guzzardi had an answer for everything.
John Baer: Nearly a month after the Inquirer broke the story of a controversial Philly case, top elected prosecutors continue to battle over its merits.