Teachers Learning About Law, Government In PhiladelphiaEducators from across the country are in town to take part in the National Teachers Law School.
Ex-Ally: Christie Seemed Happy About GridlockDavid Wildstein testified Tuesday he told Christie at a Sept. 11 memorial event about traffic in Fort Lee.
Ardo Returns To Pennsylvania Attorney General's Press OfficeWhile some high-profile people have departed the Pennsylvania attorney general’s office in recent weeks, a familiar face is coming back.
Panel Discusses Building Trust With Phila. Law, Government, SchoolsThe symposium was called Restoring Trust Through Grassroots Peacemaking.
Adoption Bill Moves Through Pennsylvania LegislatureThree more bills from a package of legislation to streamline and speed up adoption procedures in Pennsylvania were approved by a state House committee on Wednesday.
DHS Report: More Than 800 People Wrongly Given US CitizenshipAccording to a new report, at least 858 people that had been ordered deported or removed under another name were improperly granted US citizenship.
Playbook Offered To Towns Asking For Federal HelpIt shows how the Obama Administration has tried a different way to assist cities in need.
Councilman Under A Cloud Gets High-Profile LawyerCity taxpayers are footing the bill.
Elizabeth Warren Offers High Powered Help For PA Senate CandidateThe underdog democrat in Pennsylvania's senate race got some major help Friday in Philadelphia.
New Presidential Poll Shows Dogfight In 4 Battleground States, Including PAThe race between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump is tightening up, according to the poll.
Back To Work For Philadelphia City CouncilPhiladelphia City Council returns to session Thursday after a twelve-week summer break.
Philadelphia Could See Extra $55M In TaxesThe city controller says Philadelphia is about to reap a windfall as ten-year property tax abatements expire.