To pay its bills Pennsylvania is counting on a historic gambling expansion. It has become a national leader in reliance on so-called sin taxes.
ALTOONA, Pa. (AP) - A Republican state lawmaker is expected to be released from a hospital, three days after suffering what's described as a moderate stroke.
Lt. Gov. Stack, dogged by controversy, announces reelection campaign.
LOVE Park, formally called John F. Kennedy Plaza, will complement the Center City District's successful reimaging of Dilworth Plaza into Dilworth Park on the west side of City Hall. The skating rink is up and shops featuring products made in Philadelphia are already open
The number of minority students attending 'apartheid schools' in New Jersey, where 1 percent or less of the students are white, has nearly doubled since 1989.
A constitutional amendment opened the door to property tax reform in Pennsylvania, but no other state has succeeded in eliminating the tax.
The former head of the Pennsylvania Department of State appears to have been forced to resign by Gov. Wolf, according to newly released documents.
Former Pennsylvania Governor Tom Ridge is showing signs of improvement after a heart attack last week, and his family is "cautiously optimistic" that he will recover fully, his wife said Monday.
Former Gov. Ridge suffered a heart attack, his wife disclosed in her first public statements since his hospitalization. He was recovering in a Texas hospital.
Jurors deadlocked on the corruption trial of Sen. Bob Menendez, leaving bribery charges against him unresolved and the New Jersey Democrat secure in his seat for now - dashing Republican hopes of boosting their Senate majority. As prosecutors decide whether to retry the case Menendez will hang onto a...
"While you can make a difference in the legislature, you can't fully change things, fully reform things, if you aren't in the governor's pulpit," Pa. House Speaker Mike Turzai says, as he prepares his run for governor.
House Republicans hope to pass their tax overhaul plan Thursday, and Philadelphia-area representatives in competitive districts are mostly on board with it, even though it would trim tax breaks popular in the region.