The code blue is in effect from 6pm each evening until 7am the following morning.
Rep. Frank LoBiondo hopes the timing is right, now that Nevada senator Harry Reid is no longer the Senate majority leader.
Christie’s office announced Wednesday that the plans have been scrapped due to a change in the Israeli president’s schedule.
The nearly 900-acre naval air station in Horsham has been largely vacant for nearly four years.
In the case of Open Records, the Wolf administration claims the director serves at the pleasure of the governor; Senate Republicans say the law was written otherwise.
With Governor Tom Wolf now in office, chances for approval of medical marijuana in Pennsylvania have improved considerably. The effort to enact a law started from the beginning again Tuesday in the new session of the legislature.
The Delaware River Port Authority has a new chairman, and while tradition keeps that position in Pennsylvania’s control, the man with the gavel is not a gubernatorial appointee, at least for now.
The American Civil Liberties Union of Pennsylvania filed five lawsuits on behalf of people in Philadelphia who were arrested while watching police in the course of their duties on public streets.
Kenney spent much of today holed up in his City Council office, making what an aide described as “personal calls.”
The Pennsylvania Supreme Court has scheduled a hearing for March, in Philadelphia, after Kane questioned the legality of special prosecutor Tom Carluccio’s appointment.
New Jersey officials are marking the tenth anniversary of the formation of the state’s Human Trafficking Task Force by hammering home a simple message: “Know it. See it. Report it.”
The “when” is settled. Still unknown is the “where.”
Steven Brill, author of America’s Bitter Pill: Money, Politics, Back-Room Deals, and the Fight to Fix Our Broken Healthcare System told WPHT morning host Chris Stigall what he feels is wrong with Obamacare and who is getting rich from it.
City Council President Darrell Clarke says council has every intention of working with Mayor Nutter this year.
Next week will bring yet another city council debate over the controversial idea of mandatory paid sick leave in Philadelphia, and the sponsor of the plan now says he has the votes needed to override what could be a third veto by Mayor Nutter.