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Capitol Beat

Select committee investigating Larry Krasner releases final recommendations

The committee’s report includes calls to increase police funding and allow recall elections in Philadelphia.

Capitol Beat

The state Senate is laying the groundwork for Larry Krasner’s impeachment trial. Here’s how it will work.

Lawmakers will take procedural steps this week to start proceedings in January.

Capitol Beat

Senate Republicans say they will begin Krasner impeachment process next week

Republican lawmakers are aiming to hold the impeachment trial in January.

News & Politics

House Republicans end session with new leaders and a bone to pick with Democrats

Republicans chose new party leaders for the first time since losing their majority in the midterms.

PolicyShow All


Pennsylvania’s unemployment rate drops to 4% in October

The state unemployment rate is at its lowest level ever dating back to 1976.

Capitol Beat

Wolf signs $2 billion tax credit package that boosts natural gas industry

The bill was negotiated behind closed doors and drew ire from both sides of the aisle.


Pennsylvania’s last-minute $2 billion tax credit proposal, explained

A look at the ‘PA EDGE’ proposal approved by lawmakers

News & Politics

‘It takes time’: Chapman warns of ‘days-long’ vote-counting process ahead of midterms

The acting secretary of state said people ‘should not expect complete results on election night.’

PersonalityShow All

Interviews & Profiles

Dana Brown is elevating women’s voices in politics, one student at a time

The head of Chatham University’s Center for Women and Politics took a shell of an operation and gave it life.


Thanksgiving may be over, but we’re still having fun with the holiday

Harvesting, stuffing, curing … We imagine what Pennsylvania pols are grateful for this season.


Ag Secretary Russell Redding tells Pennsylvanians to shop local this Thanksgiving

Redding is encouraging Pennsylvanians to buy local farm products as they plan for Thanksgiving meals this year.

Winners & Losers

This week’s biggest Winners & Losers

Who’s up and who’s down this week?

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Power List

The Pennsylvania Power of Diversity: Women 100

Meet Pennsylvania’s most influential female leaders.

Power List

The 2022 Philly Power 100

These are the political players thriving in the City of Brotherly Love.

Power List

The 2022 Pennsylvania Nonprofit Power 100

Recognizing the nonprofit leaders serving the most vulnerable people in Pennsylvania.

Power List

The 2022 Pennsylvania Fifty Over 50

Leaders who have a record of achievement worthy of recognition.

OpinionShow All

From the Editor

Editor’s Note: What Jim Kenney can learn from Eric Adams

If Philly is expecting even more migrants, better take some notes from New York City – on what not to do.


In Pennsylvania, voters decide, not politicians

Even as some politicians continue to sow doubt about elections, communities fight back.


John Fetterman’s desire to eliminate cash bail would hurt Pennsylvanians

This egregious policy has been tried – and failed – elsewhere.

From the Editor

Editor’s Note: Don’t forget the ballot initiatives next week

They’re important if you want to have a say in how city government works.

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