News, Politics and Entertainment with The Chris Stigall Show | September 2Chris discussed Senators Bob Casey and Chris Coons supporting the Iranian nuclear deal, Jeb Bush firing back at Donald Trump, and Michael Nutter's handling of the Papal visit. He talked with former Vice-President Dick Cheney and his daughter Liz about their book, Exceptional at 7:20, Tom McGrath from Philadelphia Magazine about the Papal Visit at 8:00, and Randy Brown, the Mayor of Evesham Township, about a program they are rolling out Friday to give residents a free ride home if they've been out drinking at 8:20.
2 Local Senators Push Iran Nuclear Deal Closer To Finish LineSenators Bob Casey and Chris Coons believe it is the best option at this time.
Delaware Gov. Markell, Senators Issue Statements On Passing Of Beau BidenThe political world is offering their deepest sympathies to the Biden family.
US Sen. Chris Coons Continues Trip to Ebola-Ravaged LiberiaSen. Coons, the first member of Congress to visit Liberia since the Ebola outbreak, says he wants to remind Americans that the US investment there is very much needed.
Comcast Exec Tells Senators Merger Will Be Good For ConsumersBut several members of the US Senate Judiciary Committee were skeptical.
Comcast Faces First Test over Bid for Time Warner Cableomcast's proposed merger with Time Warner Cable gets Senate scrutiny today: the judiciary committee will hold a hearing focusing on the impact on cable and Internet customers.
Booker Goes To Washington A Celebrity And Senator Booker, the 44-year-old Democratic former mayor of Newark, N.J., came into Congress as a rare freshman senator with celebrity status.
Government Shutdown Halts Servicemember Death BenefitThe Pentagon can no longer issue the $100,000 payment to the family of a dead service member so funerals and other immediate needs can be met.
Local U.S. Senator Proposing ‘FAST Voting Act’Remember the long lines and confusion at many polling places on Election Day? A local U.S. Senator has proposed legislation that could change all that.
O'Donnell Spent Record $6.1 Million In Delaware Senate RaceDelaware Republican Christine O'Donnell set a state record by spending more than $6.1 million in her losing Senate campaign.
After Bitter Campaign, Del. Candidates ‘Bury The Hatchet’Political candidates from across Delaware are gathering to make amends after this year's campaigns and symbolically bury the hatchet.
Coons Beats O’Donnell In Delaware Senate RaceDemocrat Chris Coons is feeling humbled by his victory over Republican and tea party-backed Christine O'Donnell, but says now the hard work begins.