All five losing primary candidates endorsed Kenney on Thursday.
Jim Foster, publisher and editor of the “Independent Voice” neighborhood newspaper in the northwest, says he plans to get his name on the November mayoral ballot as an Independent.
Democratic Governor Tom Wolf and Republican legislative leaders say talks Tuesday on Pennsylvania’s three week-old budget stalemate were productive, but there were no breakthroughs reported.
Republican Dave Reed, the state House majority leader, admits mailboxes in Pennsylvania are being filled by people on both sides of the budget debate, but he notes the pro-Wolf mailers go to GOP lawmakers, too.
Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump criticized Arizona Sen. John McCain’s military record Saturday, saying he was a “war hero because he was captured.”
New Jersey voters might have to wait a little longer for updated election laws if Gov. Chris Christie’s statements on a reform bill translate into a veto.
The Justice Action Network includes organizations like the ACLU and the Faith and Freedom Coalition. Their goal is to pass laws in key states like Ohio, Michigan and Pennsylvania.
Christie’s been trying to contrast his approach on crime by using the experiences here and elsewhere in New Jersey and insisting they could work from coast to coast.
Clinton walked into rousing applause and organ music.
Philadelphia and Camden are among the 27 cities selected for a new White House initiative to expand internet access in low income households.
It’s all about the Senate race against incumbent Republican Pat Toomey, which the Democrats consider a must win to regain a Senate majority.
Crediting the pain of economic penalties for getting Iran to the table, the EU ambassador to the US, David O’Sullivan says persistence has paid off.
Montgomery County DA Risa Ferman has been reviewing a grand jury’s recommendations of charges against Attorney General Kane stemming from alleged grand jury leaks.
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.