John Constantino, 64, of Mount Laurel, died in a Washington, DC hospital a day after setting himself on fire on the National Mall.
Members of our local congressional delegation heard shots fired near the Capitol on Thursday.
The longer a shutdown goes on, the more it will be felt in day-to-day lives and in the economy as a whole.
As Democrats and Republicans debate over the funding bill, one thing is certain, the nation’s budget hangs in the balance.
A government shutdown would have far-reaching consequences for some, but minimal impact on others.
A native of Gloucester County is among the twelve people killed in a shooting rampage Monday at the Washington Navy Yard. The shooter also was killed.
Pa. Senator Pat Toomey announced that Honor Flight Philadelphia is looking for WWII vets who want to travel to Washington, D.C. to view the memorials dedicated to their service and sacrifice.
In the nation’s capital Saturday there was a message of hope, but also one of action.
Adrian Shanker is Executive Director of Equality Pennsylvania and is one of at least four speakers from the LGBT community who will articulate the need for equal rights.
Philadelphia’s firefighting efforts are getting a little help from Washington.
Chris reviews his Alaskan cruise, New Jersey Governor Chris Christie’s decision to lower the flags yesterday to honor actor James Gandolfini, and the Obama administration’s efforts to apprehend Edward Snowden. He also talks to Dick Yuengling, from the Yuengling Brewery.
Eyewitness News sat down with one local woman, who was in D.C. fighting to keep the gun violence issue alive on behalf of her son.
Kim Sajet, the president and CEO of the Historical Society of Pennsylvania, was named to the post Tuesday. Beginning April 1, she will oversee a collection of 21,000 objects, including famous images of Abraham Lincoln, George Washington and other prominent figures in American history.
Thousands of gun control advocates, including some from the Delaware Valley, are in Washington DC today for a march and rally on the national mall.
Banners and signs proclaiming New Jersey’s resilience post-Superstorm Sandy have gone up in the nation’s capital.