One week after a five-month-old girl died at a Montgomery County daycare facility, other parents are still reeling.
Kathleen Kane, a Democrat, said she’s disappointed by the process used to investigate her office and says an independent review would find that she’s done nothing wrong.
Charles Plosser told the Greater Philadelphia Chamber of Commerce that US monetary policy should be “returned to a more normal footing,” following preset rules.
With four casinos gone in the past year, putting more than 8,000 people out of work, New Jersey’s congressional delegation got the US Labor Department to put together $29.4 million in grants for retraining that idled work force.
Christie’s speech heralded what the governor says were bipartisan accomplishments on taxes, education, and judicial reform.
Muslims who brought the lawsuit say the NYPD spied on them solely based on their religion.
New Jersey’s Congressional delegation announced today that Atlantic City could receive up to $29.4 million in emergency grants to help the oppressed work force.
“I’ve decided that I will not seek re-election this year for City Council, for the 9th District,” Tasco told KYW Newsradio this morning.
By law, Clarke would have had to resign his seat to run for mayor.
“People are losing their homes, they’re losing their vehicles, they’re not able to take care of their children,” says former Palmer staffer Sultan Ashley. “They don’t have medical coverage.”
The official Twitter account for the US military’s Central Command was hacked today, and the account was then used to post a number of apparently sensitive files.
Joyce Craig, the first female firefighter to die in the line of duty in Philadelphia, was memorialized at City Hall by Mayor Nutter and other officials.
Philadelphia’s beleaguered Department of Licenses and Inspections has a new watchdog — a result of changes made in the wake of the 2013 cMarket Street building collapse.
The lawyer for Kathleen Kane was in Philadelphia Saturday addressing allegations that the Pennsylvania Attorney General illegally leaked secret grand jury information to a Philadelphia newspaper.
Pennsylvania Attorney General Kathleen Kane is saying she did “nothing illegal” in her first remarks about a report she could face charges over a grand jury leak.