Philadelphia Deputy Commissioner Testifies In Seth Williams TrialWilliams has entered a not guilty plea to bribery and corruption charges.
Supreme Court Ruling On President Trump's Travel Ban Raises Plenty Of UncertaintyImmigration attorneys from our area are working to digest what the U.S. Supreme Court's decision to partially allow the travel ban means for individuals from the affected countries.
Supreme Court Rejects Another Call To Decide Whether Americans Have Right To Carry Guns Outside HomesThe justices on Monday left in place an appeals court ruling that upheld the San Diego sheriff's strict limits on issuing permits for concealed weapons.
Supreme Court Allows Parts Of Trump's Travel Ban To Go Into EffectThe court is allowing the ban to go into effect for foreign nationals who lack any "bonafide relationship with any person or entity in the United States."
REAL ID Issues For Pennsylvanians Looking To TravelThe REAL ID Act, implemented after the 9/11 terror attacks, sets security standards for identification accepted by the federal government.
Defense Attorneys Cross-Examine Key Prosecution Witness In Seth Williams TrialDefense lawyers tried to discredit Mohammad Ali on Friday, claiming he’s testifying for the government for his own benefit.
Fifth Republican Senator Comes Out Against Senate Health Care BillSen. Dean Heller, R-Nevada, announced Friday he can’t support the plan because it rolls back Obamacare’s expansion of Medicaid and puts federal funding limits on the program.
Johnny Depp Under Fire For Donald Trump Assassination JokeThe Secret Service in a statement said Friday it "is aware of the comments in question."
City Argues It Complies With Federal Immigration Law In Response To Homeland SecurityThat's the assertion in a letter the city is sending to the Justice Department in response to an April demand by Homeland Security.
Prosecution Paints Seth Williams As Person Unable To Pay For His Extravagant LifestyleThe prosecution, led by a team of three assistant U.S. attorneys, has laid out five separate so-called schemes they allege Williams committed.
Prosecution Divides Seth Williams Case Into 5 Different SchemesFederal prosecutors say Williams accepted more than $34,000 in bribes in exchange for legal favors.
Pennsylvania Names First Recipients Of Medical Marijuana PermitsTwelve permits have been issued