A new Monmouth University poll reveals that while most Americans support negotiations with Iran on the country’s nuclear capabilities, few actually believe Iran will hold up its end of the bargain.
Allegations revolve around Reed’s misuse of public money from various city entities, partly to buy up hundreds of artifacts in a failed plan to open museums, including one for the Old West.
Attendees are looking to Obama for national leadership on civil rights. And they’ll be looking to former president Bill Clinton on Wednesday to discuss economics.
Governor Chris Christie still sits atop New Jersey’s political pecking order, but that’s due to end in 2017 — whether his White House run is successful or not.
A Temple University professor says the challenger to Hillary Clinton for the Democratic presidential nomination is touching on several issues that are meaningful to young voters.
Mayor Nutter had some choice words for republican presidential candidate and reality TV star Donald Trump this week.
This is the third time that Harmon Carey has asked Gov. Jack Markell to issue an apology on behalf of the state.
St. Laurentius Church, which was slated to be demolished, has won a reprieve from the city’s Historical Commission by receiving a historical designation.
The FBI confirmed Friday’s search at Reading City Hall but declined to comment further.
The rally calls for the public smoking of marijuana at 4:20 p.m. and a march to U.S. Senators Casey and Toomey’s offices and Gov. Wolf’s office.
U.S. Marshals Service Says One Of Its Employees Photographed Having Sex On Roof Of Federal Courthouse
U.S. Marshal Martin J. Pane issued a statement Thursday confirming the employee’s involvement. He said the matter is under investigation.
There are more than 230 World Heritage cities around the globe, but none so far in the US.
Management spoke about how the gambling hall has been a responsible neighbor in Fishtown while keeping more than 1,200 jobs in the city.
It was on this date, 239 years ago, that residents of the colonies heard the first public reading of the Declaration of Independence, bringing the high-stakes rebellion into the spotlight.
Sources tell KYW Newsradio that hard-hit towns have compiled more than $20 million in infrastructure damage and cleanup costs, which meets a FEMA threshold for providing assistance.