As Pennsylvania nears the end of its eighth week without a budget, the Republican-controlled state House Tuesday is expected to attempt something highly unusual — line-by-line override votes on portions of Governor Wolf’s budget veto.
They’re finding the situation more dire than state legislators, who have continued to get paid through the stand-off, but even the legislature may run out of money for paychecks if a resolution is not reached soon.
Kathleen Kane has said she plans to seek re-election.
A trio of advocacy groups sued Gov. Chris Christie on Friday for using taxpayer dollars to pay for his security detail’s travel expenses as he campaigns across the country.
Former President Jimmy Carter announced Thursday that he will begin radiation treatment on cancer that is on multiple spots on his brain.
On Tuesday night at a community meeting at Congregation Sons of Israel in Cherry Hill, New Jersey, the subject of a nuclear Iran took center stage.
Sen. Bob Menendez announced his opposition to the Iran nuclear deal, the second Democratic senator to go against President Obama, who is heavily lobbying for a congressional endorsement of the agreement.
Two of the GOP candidates, Ted Cruz and Chris Christie, have taken a less aggressive approach to Trump.
The poll suggests that most New Jersey voters would like him to resign so he can be free to pursue his Presidential ambitions.
Kane will answer questions at a news conference in Harrisburg.
Mayor Nutter said his career in public service is due entirely to the progress that began with the 1965 passage of the Voting Rights Act.
For the second time in a month, a survey of the folks back home shows a record number of people unhappy with his performance.
Prosecutors say Kathleen Kane will appear Saturday via video from the Montgomery County Detective Bureau, where she’s scheduled for processing.
One of the current candidates will likely be back at the Quicken Loans Arena for the GOP convention next July as the party nominee.
Each nursing home receives a score in three categories and a facility’s rating is often the first thing a family looks at when considering where to put their loved one.