Today Chris discussed the latest news surrounding the Ebola Virus and Joe Biden’s visit to Philadelphia. Chris also talked to Chris Butler for Finance Friday, CSN Football Analyst/Pro Football Hall of Famer Ray Didinger and writer from The Big Bang Theory Eric Kaplan.
President Barack Obama is cancelling political travel to meet with his Cabinet on the Ebola outbreak.
A new poll suggests many New Jersey residents don’t have a lot of confidence in President Obama’s performance in office.
Joe Clancy has been appointed the new acting interim director of the Secret Service. He returns to the Capitol from Comcast Country.
Immigration reform advocates say that months of protests have fallen on deaf ears and, with November elections approaching, the impact of broken promises will be visible at the polls.
It was a range of emotions among immigrant families after hearing that President Obama will delay executive action on immigration reform.
Continuing a longstanding tradition, CBS will broadcast The 37th Annual Kennedy Center Honors.
Drexel University released a new study that takes a look at some of the reasons arts and culture have been slow to revitalize Mantua and surrounding West Philadelphia neighborhoods.
President Obama authorized airstrikes “if necessary” against Islamic militants if they move toward Erbil in northern Iraq where American military, diplomats and civilians are stationed.
This involves the spectacle of Reid and other fat cats dining just miles from Camden, arguably the poorest and most violent city in America, a city in the heart of Andrews’ district, and a city run by Democrats for the last 50 years.
While the US House has voted to sue President Obama for allegedly overstepping is authority, Governor Corbett could find himself in the same situation – as the target of a lawsuit brought by a state Senate controlled by his own Republican party.
Equality Pennsylvania has launched a six-week tour across the state to drum up support for House and Senate Bill 300, which would provide statewide discrimination protection for gays, lesbians and trangendered people in Pennsylvania.
As Congress decides whether to add money to the nation’s highway trust fund, President Obama will visit Delaware later today to see a damaged bridge.
Gov. Chris Christie said Saturday that Obama has not spoken firmly and forcefully on Israel’s behalf.
A divided Supreme Court ruled Monday that some companies with religious objections can avoid the contraceptives requirement in President Obama’s health care overhaul, the first time the high court has declared that businesses can hold religious views under federal law.