The original U.S. capital and now the nation’s fifth largest city, Philadelphia touts its historical significance. It has hosted the presidential nominating convention seven times since 1856, most recently the Republican one in 2000.
Christie told a conference in Washington that after months of investigation “there hasn’t been one suggestion that I knew anything about” orders from staff aides to close access lanes that caused traffic snarls in Fort Lee.
If Hillary Clinton were to win the White House in 2016, the best thing about it wouldn’t be her intelligence, experience or even her proximity to Bill.
What is an Executive Order and what powers does it really give a president?
Florida State President Eric Barron will be the next president of Pennsylvania’s largest university.
Penn State may have a new university president in the coming days to replace the man who’s led the school since shortly after Jerry Sandusky’s arrest.
Kimberly Wright Cassidy becomes the suburban Philadelphia college’s ninth president, effective immediately.
Former Republican presidential candidate Rick Santorum is spending time right now making movies, but he’s not ruling out another presidential run in 2016.
Penn State University trustees have called off a Friday meeting at which they were expected to vote on a new president.
According to a new poll from Monmouth University and the Asbury Park Press, more than 63% of New Jerseyans believe Christie wants to run for president in 2016.
The White House says Obama will embark on a 2-day bus tour next week, stopping in Buffalo, Syracuse and Binghamton in New York. He’ll also visit northeastern Pennsylvania.
A Drexel professor has analyzed President Obama’s remarks on the George Zimmerman trail outcome.
Egypt’s military has ousted the nation’s Islamist president, replacing him with the chief justice of the Supreme Constitutional Court, calling for early presidential election and suspending the Islamist-backed constitution.
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie’s wife says her husband would make a good president.
A Tea Party group’s event Sunday will hear the story of a President who promised to cut taxes and spending, and it’s not Ronald Reagan.