Government Shutdown Impacting About 1.8 Million Pennsylvanians Receiving SNAP BenefitsThe shutdown’s impact is increasingly felt around the country.
Sen. Bob Casey On Gun Control: 'We Have Got To Have A Universal Background Check Bill'The Pittsburgh synagogue shooting numbed the entire nation as the unspeakable tragedy has reignited the gun control debate.
CBS News: Sen. Bob Casey Wins Third Term After Defeating Republican Rep. Lou BarlettaCasey maintained a comfortable lead in the polls over Barletta heading into Election Day.
Obama Campaigns For Gov. Wolf, Sen. Casey In PhiladelphiaBarack Obama turned his political attention Friday to Pennsylvania — a state Donald Trump won in 2016.
'Chance To Restore Some Sanity To Our Politics': Obama Campaigns For Gov. Wolf, Sen. Casey In PhiladelphiaThe 44th president spoke at the Dell Music Center Friday afternoon before heading to a fundraiser for the senator.
Pennsylvanians Head To Polls Tuesday For Primary Day After Court Issues New Congressional MapPolls are open from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m.
Toomey, Casey Signal Room For Compromise On Some New Gun LawsWhile House Republican leaders are showing little appetite for any new restrictions on guns, the Senate is working on a bipartisan agreement to bring several measures up for debate next week.
Pennsylvania GOP Endorses Candidates Identified With TrumpThe endorsements of gubernatorial candidate Scott Wagner and Senate candidate Lou Barletta came a month before the deadline to file paperwork to get on the May 15 primary election ballot.
Casey On Potential Shutdown: GOP Don't Seem Like They Could Organize A One-Car ParadePennsylvania's senior senator is taking aim at the Republican party for the potential shutdown of the federal government.
Sen. Bob Casey Says CHIP Funding Is In JeopardyCongress did a short-term extension of funding for the Children's Health Insurance Program, or CHIP, but still has not reauthorized the program.
2 Pa. Democratic Leaders Criticize GOP Tax Plan: 'This Is Just Rolling A Problem Downhill'U.S Senator Bob Casey and Governor Tom Wolf expressed concerns that the rhetoric from Capitol Hill bodes ill for Pennsylvanians.