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US Attorney William McSwain Announces Resignation As President-Elect Joe Biden Prepares To Take OfficeWilliam McSwain has severed as the chief federal law enforcement officer in the Eastern District of Pennsylvania since April 6, 2018.
Retired FBI Agent Gives Insight On Increased Security Measures Leading Up To Biden's InaugurationJ.J. Klaver, a retired FBI special agent joined Eyewitness News This Morning Thursday to offer some insight into what security measures we may see in the week ahead.
Impeachment Could Have Substantial Ramifications For President Trump, Country Moving ForwardThe impeachment could have substantial ramifications for President Donald Trump and the country moving forward.
House Impeaches President Donald Trump For Second Time Following US Capitol RiotPennsylvania Congresswoman Madeleine Dean is one of the nine impeachment managers.
Republicans In Pennsylvania Changing Party Registration Following Deadly Insurrection At US CapitolOfficials are seeing similar scenes unfold elsewhere.
New Jersey Gov. Murphy Says COVID-19 Vaccine Brings 'Light On Horizon' During Virtual State Of The State AddressMurphy delivered the address virtually due to the pandemic.
President-Elect Joe Biden Nominates La Salle University Alum William Burns As CIA DirectorPresident-elect Joe Biden nominated La Salle University alumnus and veteran diplomat William J. Burns as his Director of the Central Intelligence Agency on Monday. 
Pennsylvania Sen. Pat Toomey Says He Believes President Donald Trump 'Committed Impeachable Offenses'Toomey said he wasn’t sure if the Senate will act on articles of impeachment if the House of Representatives moves to impeach the president.
President-Elect Biden Introduces Judge Merrick Garland As Attorney General, Philly Native Vanita Gupta As Associate AGVanita Gupta, Biden's nominee for associate attorney general, was born to Indian immigrant parents in Philadelphia.
Split Court Tosses Pennsylvania Victims' Rights AmendmentCommonwealth Court in a 3-2 decision said state officials may not tabulate the votes for the so-called Marsy's Law amendment that was on the ballot in November 2019.