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As they mingled outside panel discussions with names like "Obamacare: No Magic Beans" and "How Free Market Capitalism Raises All Boats," Pennsylvania conservatives described views of Gov. Tom Corbett that ranged along a spectrum of support. Those
Military officials say an unmanned aerial vehicle, commonly known as a drone, crashed near a central Pennsylvania school and a hotel. Department of Military and Veterans Affairs spokeswoman Joan Nissley said no one was injured when the RQ-7 Shadow
ET Pennsylvanians who embraced the natural-gas drilling boom that has swept the state are starting to sour on one of the biggest names in the business: Chesapeake Energy Corp. Some property owners are accusing Chesapeake of shortchanging them on
Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Corbett says he's feeling great five days after undergoing surgery to repair an abdominal hernia. Corbett said at a news conference Tuesday in Harrisburg that he spent four days in his home in the Pittsburgh suburb of Shaler...
If the Democratic candidates for governor see a heightened threat in the rising poll numbers of businessman Tom Wolf, whose wealth has purchased unmatched TV advertising, they signaled it with compliments rather than criticisms at a debate Friday.
The GOP needs to change, former Pennsylvania Republican Gov. Tom Ridge said in a brief but wide-ranging interview Thursday. He was speaking at the National Press Club after helping Allegheny College award its third annual Prize for Civility in Public
Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Corbett plans to undergo hernia surgery in Pittsburgh and will transfer power temporarily to the lieutenant governor. His office described the procedure being done Thursday morning as minor and said he was expected to be under
State Treasurer Rob McCord got the most votes today, but not the supermajority needed for his party's endorsement for governor, meaning that the Democrats are heading for an open primary on May 20. Mr. McCord led the pack at the state committee
The prepared remarks as delivered by Gov. Tom Corbett on Tuesday, outlining plans for Pennsylvania's 2014-2015 state budget. --- Speaker Smith, President Pro Tempore Scarnati, Republican Leaders Pileggi and Turzai, Democrat Leaders Costa and Dermody,
Sitting in shirtsleeves in his budget secretary's office, by a sign reading "Nothing stimulates the imagination like a budget cut," Gov. Tom Corbett refrained from explaining ahead of Tuesday's annual address just how he will propose closing a