Investigators have identified a suspect in the death of a western Pennsylvania police officer who was gunned down during a traffic stop. Brian Shaw had been a patrolman with New Kensington's police department for less than a year when he was killed Friday night, according to police Chief James Klein.
Philadelphia elections commissioner Al Schmidt admitted that non-US citizens were registered to vote in the City of Brotherly Love. He said that they were legal immigrants but not eligible to vote and nearly half of them cast ballots they were not authorized to cast.
Announcing that the U.S. will withdraw from the Paris climate accord, President Donald Trump misplaced the blame for what ails the coal industry and laid a shaky factual foundation for his decision. A look at some of the claims in a Rose Garden speech and an accompanying fact sheet about the deal to curtail emissions responsible for global warming: WHITE HOUSE: The Paris climate accord "would effectively decapitate our coal industry, which now supplies about one-third of our electric power."
The Green Party-backed push for a recount of Pennsylvania's presidential election results will get its day in court. Commonwealth Court has scheduled a hearing for 10 a.m. Monday in Harrisburg to consider the recount effort pushed by former Green Party presidential candidate Jill Stein, according to a court order Tuesday.
Twelve years ago, Megan Foley found herself where so many new moms have been before, wandering up and down supermarket aisles looking for baby formula. Ms. Foley - a floor supervisor at the Brentwood Shop 'n Save - knows her way around a grocery store.
Pennsylvania matters. The Trump and Clinton campaigns will spend millions in this state to nudge the needle a few percentage points one way or the other.
It's a day to remember those who have served. One man not forgotten, Major Karl Hoerig, who was murdered in 2007.