After Kathleen Kane coasted to victory Tuesday in the race for Pennsylvania attorney general, becoming the first Democrat to hold the post since it became an elective one and the first woman elected
I spent many years as a police reporter. It was a great job for a young, single guy who could spend all night at a fire scene or camping out during a hostage situation
While many of my colleagues were glued to the first round of the NCAA tournament, I was astounded by the news announced by Gov. Tom Corbett that Shell Oil Co. is planning to construct a huge petroche
In Texas, which hasn't sent a Democrat to the U.S. Senate since 1988 and hasn't had a Democratic governor since former President George W. Bush denied Ann Richards a second term in 1994, Republican c
It is always challenging for statewide candidates to capture media attention, especially during a busy primary election season focused on the presidential race
Ten years ago, I would have called you crazy if you suggested that an entire generation of legislative leadership in Harrisburg would retire, be defeated or go to jail
...the path to progress today often ends up in a courtroom. A group of neighbors will hire a lawyer to challenge a project. The company...
Stephen C. MacNett, who served as general counsel to the Republican Caucus of the Pennsylvania Senate for more than three decades, has joined Philadelphia-based Conrad O'Brien as of counsel in the fi
I was a political reporter in Harrisburg in 1996 covering statewide races when I had my "Dewey Defeats Truman" moment
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