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'Go On With Your Dog And Pony Show': Montgomery County Commissioners Clash During Thursday Board MeetingJoe Gale called Dr. Arkoosh a "dictator" and accused the commissioner, who is a democrat, of purposely leaving his name off of certain county proclamations, while also excluding him from group photos.
Bipartisan Congressional Talks On Overhauling Police Practices End Without Agreement, Sen. Cory Booker Says“It was clear that we were not making the progress that we needed to make,” Booker told reporters Wednesday.
GOP Lawmakers Prepare Subpoenas In Quest For Election FraudRepublicans in Pennsylvania’s state Senate are preparing to test how far they can go in pursuing what the GOP calls a “forensic investigation” of last year’s presidential election, as they help perpetuate baseless claims that Democrats cheated former President Donald Trump out of victory.
Former U.S. Attorney Bill McSwain Joins 2022 Race For Pennsylvania GovernorFormer U.S. Attorney Bill McSwain joined the crowded Republican field on Monday. 
Biden Turns Ida Devastation Into Disaster-Zone Sales Pitch For Legacy BillsPresident Joe Biden has a new and aggressive sales pitch for the ambitious domestic agenda that would define his place in history.
More Than 1,300 Additional Afghan Evacuees Arrive In PhiladelphiaThe city says 1,393 evacuees arrived on five flights Saturday at Philadelphia International Airport. 
Pennsylvania State Senator Doug Mastriano's Plan To Issue Election Subpoenas 'Stopped'Democrat Joe Biden won Pennsylvania by more than 80,000 votes, and courts have repeatedly thrown out Republican claims about election fraud or illegalities.
Philadelphia-Based Federal Appeals Court Tosses Ruling Against Pennsylvania COVID-19 MeasuresThe P-based appeals court dismissed a ruling that threw out Gov. Tom Wolf’s sweeping COVID-19 restrictions, saying the issue is now moot.
Attorney: New Jersey Man Scott Fairlamb To Plead Guilty In US Capitol BreachFairlamb has been in jail in New Jersey and Washington, D.C., since his arrest in January.
Philly Board To Vote On Rejecting Senator's Election AuditIf rejected, it would be the second in two days for Sen. Doug Mastriano's effort to get access to voting equipment and records in three counties.