One day after President Obama was re-elected, Mayor Nutter is ending speculation that he would serve in the second Obama administration. And he vows to finish out his term here.
“It basically covers the costs of any resources that we request from the federal government,” explained a spokeswoman for the Pennsylvania Emergency Management Agency.
Author Mark Bowden says both the Obama and Bush administrations can claim a share of credit in the meticulous, tireless effort to find the man who had a very high value and very low profile.
While Mitt Romney makes his case to Republican supporters here in Philadelphia, area Democratic leaders are also making their voices heard.
Have you been told the president wants to help pay some of your bills? Don’t believe it, warn consumer experts.
“We as small business owners are trying to do the right thing by insuring our employees, but it’s not always easy to do that,” says Ken Weinstein, owner of the Trolley Car Diner in Mt. Airy.
“A lot of people see someone with a business and think they are rolling,” notes Rod Millwood, who owns a comedy club at 3rd and South Streets in Philadelphia. “But no.”
On the anniversary of the federal Affordable Care Act, Pennsylvania governor Tom Corbett is calling on President Obama to help get court challenges to the law before the US Supreme Court so they can be quickly resolved.
The Quinnipiac University Polling Institute says three out of four voters like President Obama personally but only 42 percent say they like his policies.
What do Pennsylvanians think about President Obama, his programs and policies, and one of his most important allies in the US Senate — Bob Casey of Pennsylvania?
Juan Rodriguez, 24, has been convicted of disorderly conduct, open lewdness, and indecent exposure, for the incident last October in Germantown.
A new CBS News survey is out on a number of issues. KYW’s Larry Kane reports that the economic numbers are not great lately and neither are the attitudes of the people.