Latest Politics

Philadelphia FOP President, DA's Office Reignite War Of Words After Police Union Meets With President TrumpDistrict Attorney Larry Krasner and Philadelphia FOP President John McNesby verbally attacked each other Friday.
Philadelphia Tax Abatement Phase Out Delayed Until December 2020It was originally planned to start in six months.
Former Delaware County Congressman Joe Sestak Ends Bid For Democratic Nomination For PresidentJoe Sestak, 67, a graduate of the U.S. Naval Academy who spent three decades in the Navy, served two terms in the House, 2007-2011.
Pennsylvania Increases Cigarettes, Tobacco Purchasing Age From 18 To 21Pennsylvania joins 18 other states in making 21 the minimum age.
New Jersey Lawmakers Advance Bill To Restore Some Convicts' Right To VoteThe bill would restore voting rights to roughly 80,000 convicts.
New Jersey Introduces New Guidelines For Police Interactions With Transgender PeopleAll officers in the state must address people by their chosen name and pronoun even if it's not on official records.
Local College Students React To Impeachment Hearings Against President TrumpStudents in a La Salle University political science watched the impeachment hearing very closely.
Pennsylvania's Medical Marijuana Program Surpasses $500 Million In First Two YearsOfficials say there are about 65,000 patient visits to dispensaries in the state per week.
Wife Of Slain Philadelphia Police Officer Says DA Larry Krasner Is Unfit To Hear Appeal By Husband's Convicted KillerFaulkner is calling for Krasner to be removed from an appeals case involving Mumia Abu-Jamal, her husband's convicted killer.
Philadelphia GOP Chairman Resigns After Historic Election DefeatsMichael Meehan announced on Saturday that he's resigning as chairman effective Tuesday.