Mayor Kenney's administration and Philadelphia Controller Alan Butkovitz traded jabs Monday about the impact of the controversial tax on sweetened beverages - and how to interpret the statistics that could support claims for or against it.
Literally everyone who has ever been employed by the Trump administration is in town this week. Meanwhile, the Obamacare repeal is back and even Republicans are making zombie jokes.
ATLANTA (AP) - Republican governors are getting into the "news" business.
When Rod Rosenstein shows up at the U.S. Constitution Center, someone's bound to ask about Robert Mueller.
ATLANTA (AP) - Hillary Clinton says she won't rule out questioning President Donald Trump's legitimacy depending on what official inquiries uncover about Russian interference in the 2016 presidential campaign.
TRENTON, N.J. (AP) - Democratic gubernatorial candidate Phil Murphy unveiled a potential price tag of $400 million for his promise of tuition free community college Monday, but his campaign said later he misspoke and the estimated cost could be about half that amount.
Just hours after the FBI executed a search warrant on the business offices of a Florida eye doctor accused of bribing U.S. Sen. Robert Menendez, the doctor's son-in-law asked a federal agency to block public access to flight records, a federal prosecutor said Monday. The government argues the request...
Citing the opioid epidemic, Gov. Christie announces plan for pharma companies to partner with the National Institutes of Health to develop non-addictive treatments.
Even if he wins his corruption trial, Sen. Bob Menendez (D., N.J.) still has to stand for reelection next year - and at least one poll shows that the daily headlines coming from the bribery case are taking a toll. A Quinnipiac University poll released last week found that 50 percent of New Jersey voters...
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YORK, Pa. (AP) - Bill Goodling, a former Republican congressman who represented parts of central Pennsylvania in the U.S. House for more than a quarter century has died. He was 89.
While Philadelphia's latest version of its five-year plan shows the city dipping into reserve funds to cover a new police contract, the Kenney administration says it will cover labor contract costs with "belt-tightening" measures that have not yet been finalized.
Saying changes in state beer laws are hurting them, tavern owners want the state to approve video gaming terminals in Pennsylvania's bars. Casino interests object.
It's past time for state leaders to act like leaders and fix state finances.