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HARRISBURG - A Harrisburg activist has asked the state Ethics Commission to investigate if an advisor to Gov. Corbett is earning his keep.
HARRISBURG - Some of the revelations resulting from the 10,000 open-records requests that Terry Mutchler has handled have been blockbusters.
Political advertisers and candidates dropped more than $4.6 million at a single Philadelphia television station between April 2013 and June 2014. An...
Five congressmen asked the NCAA to rescind penalties imposed after the Sandusky scandal.
One way to fight public pension costs is more aggressive prosecution of those getting fat pensions.
HARRISBURG - Hospitals from Philadelphia to Pittsburgh. A performing arts center in Center City. An ambulance association in Montgomery County.
It's not Gospel yet, but Archbishop Charles Chaput says the pope has said he'll come next year.
PhillyNORML says it has started an e-mail campaign that is flooding Mayor Nutter's inbox with messages supporting a City Council-passed marijuana bill.
Well, at least he wrote. With no public notice, Mayor Nutter flew to Paris on Wednesday on another global trade mission, this time a six-day excursion to woo French commerce and promote Philadelphia as a cycling mecca and tourist destination. Nutter and his wife, Lisa, will also attend the Tour de France, which ends Sunday in Paris.
The mayor and his wife are spending the week in France; one of many trips Nutter has taken in his second term.
Will Bill Sasso attend the event for the Democratic nominee? He's not telling.
Pick up that cellphone and make a call. Tell how being arrested for a small bit of marijuana in Philadelphia has changed your life.
A new CNN/Opinion Research poll says there is no single issue a majority of American see as "extremely important." Wonder why?
URBANDALE, Iowa (AP) - Republican Senate candidate Joni Ernst has returned from two weeks of training with the Iowa National Guard to a midterm election race against Democrat Bruce Braley that has become a competitive contest in the battle for Senate control.
WASHINGTON (AP) - President Barack Obama is practically weepy at the thought of his daughter Malia going off to college, a milestone many months away that is already on his mind.
TRAVERSE CITY, Mich. (AP) - State Rep. Wayne Schmidt has picked up support from an unlikely source in a closely watched battle for an open Senate seat in northern Michigan: his opponent's mom.
WASHINGTON (AP) - Hillary Rodham Clinton says she supports creating a refugee screening process for Central American children in their home countries to discourage dangerous trips to the U.S. and opposes changing a 2008 immigration law under review by Congress.
DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) - Martin O'Malley's latest foray into Iowa began, appropriately, in a place called Clinton.
HELENA, Mont. (AP) - The talk in American Legion and Veterans of Foreign War halls and barrooms across Montana has been about Sen. John Walsh since the Democrat linked a cribbed research project he wrote in 2007 to post-traumatic stress disorder.
SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) - How many governors does it take to run the state of California? Next week, the answer's four.
WASHINGTON (AP) - The last time Republicans unleashed impeachment proceedings against a Democratic president, they lost five House seats in an election they seemed primed to win handily.