With the state facing a looming cash crunch, the state House of Representatives was preparing to work late into the night Wednesday to vote on its gambit to end a months-long budget impasse.
When LeAnn Rimes' voice takes over, "quiet descends over the boardwalk. It's like somebody hit the pause button for 90 seconds."
Secretary of State Pedro Cortes said that based on the limited information federal authorities gave him late last week, the hackers tried to "scan" the state's election data to see whether there were ways to penetrate the system.
DIMOCK, Pa. (AP) - Two families have settled their lawsuit alleging that one of Pennsylvania's biggest gas drillers contaminated their well water, six months after a federal judge threw out a multimillion-dollar jury verdict in the case.
The immigrants were forthright. They were trying to cooperate with the government. The government was sloppy.
Despite having no formal office, the polarizing former Sen. Rick Santorum is in the middle of the latest GOP push to roll back the Affordable Care Act. With a critical deadline looming, he'll be back on Capitol Hill Monday to testify about the plan, continuing to play a role in the national debate more...
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The delay, veteran lawyers say, is almost unprecedented, particularly in a corruption case involving a sitting elected official accused of abusing her office.
Big workers' compensation law firm Pond Lehocky and Philadelphia-area pain doctors make money by steering injured workers to mail-order pharmacies that they own.
FAWN GROVE, Pa. (AP) - In the middle of the night, Saybah Harris received a text message.
Critics say the latest attempt to repeal Obamacare punishes states that chose to give health coverage to more residents.
Support in Pennsylvania to fully legalize marijuana has reached a record high, according to a poll published Thursday by Franklin and Marshall College.
Counties are still recovering from the state budget impasse two years ago. Some are paying back loans and the interest they've accrued.