This is the sixth annual trip for Warriors to Washington.
The week comes to an end after a tense partisan battle on the issue.
In 2017, Gibbs responded to an armed robbery where he rescued a fellow officer who was shot in the line of duty.
As a hall-of-fame goaltender, Mike Richter is known for his game-winning saves on the ice. Now, he’s trying to save something else: the environment.
September is shaping up to be a busy month in Congress, and it starts with the renewed debate on guns.
Back-to-school season is giving some Pennsylvania Republican lawmakers a chance to renew their fight for whole milk in schools.
In Sept. 2018, New York Republican Rep. Tom Reed and his Problem Solvers Caucus Co-Chair, Rep. Josh Gottheimer (D-N.J.) outlined a plan to “break the gridlock.”
The Pennsylvania Republican has spoken with President Donald Trump in recent days and regularly over the August recess on the background check issue, officials say.
The cost of insulin has been skyrocketing in recent years. But now, it’s forcing Pennsylvanians living with diabetes to make some potentially deadly decisions.
Pennsylvania went four years without a woman representing any of its eighteen Congressional Districts. That was until January, when four women from the Keystone State were elected to Congress.
Nearly one-half of Pennsylvania’s Congressional delegation (eight out of 18 members) consists of freshman members. That includes Penn State Behrend graduate and now U.S. Rep. Guy Reschenthaler.
U.S. Sen. Pat Toomey (R-Pa.) has twice-before proposed stricter background checks for gun shows and internet sales. Now, he’s hoping the third time is the charm for what has become known as the “Manchin-Toomey,” with W. Va. Sen. Joe Manchin. (D).
John Fazio’s day in Washington usually starts by seeing what’s happening back home in Western Pennsylvania.
On Tuesday, Senate Minority Leader Charles Schumer and Senate Democrats introduced legislation that would overturn the 2010 Citizens United ruling made by the U.S. Supreme Court.
A long-term budget deal is one step closer to reality in Washington.
The push for a national women’s history museum in Washington, D.C. is gaining more support in Congress.
John Feal responded to the World Trade Center on Sept. 11, 2001 not knowing he and so many other New York City firefighters would walk away with more than a memory of that fateful day.
On Tuesday, a group of miners suffering from the disease testified before the U.S. Senate, urging them to fully fund and extend the Black Lung Disability Trust Fund.
In a highly-partisan Washington, one thing is bringing a group of Republicans and Democrats together: the soaring cost of prescription drugs.
Reed announced he and 15 members of his Problem Solvers Caucus are traveling to McAllen, Texas on Friday. The group is scheduled to tour a border patrol station and a centralized processing center, according to a release.
This comes one day after a Republican U.S. Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) held up U.S. Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand’s request to unanimously pass the extension.
It would have charged an additional 40-percent tax on employer-provided health insurance that offered excess benefits. The tax would have generated roughly $200 billion in Obamacare subsidies.
Those pesky robocalls are also proving to be costly, especially for American seniors. That was the focus of a hearing Wednesday on Capitol Hill. In all, 48 billion robocalls targeted American mobile and landline phones in 2018, according to Sen. Susan Col
Kelly said things are going “way beyond the pale” and that he is also a “person of color.”
Sen. Pat Toomey, a Republican, said he supported President Trump’s push to include the question. Sen. Bob Casey, a Democrat, was among the senators against it.
Senate Minority Leader Charles Schumer (D-N.Y.) announced legislation that would effectively change the way the Trump administration detains migrant children at the Southern border.
On Tuesday, a federal appeals court in New Orleans is hearing whether or not the Affordable Care Act is unconstitutional.
The Rustbelt includes states that then-candidate and now-President Donald Trump flipped from Democratic strongholds to a new Republican stomping ground. They are now the same places Democrats are now trying to win back if they want to win the presidency.