Ethics

Opinion

In Pennsylvania, voters decide, not politicians

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

Philadelphia

House GOP announces articles of impeachment against Larry Krasner

The move comes just two days after the committee investigating his office released a report that did not recommend impeachment.

Campaigns & Elections

Physicians: Oz ‘lying to the American people’ through promotion of ‘quack cures’

The Republican candidate for U.S. Senate often used his media platforms to push questionable health products and views.

Analysis

Ask not for whom the bell polls

What having election deniers on this year’s ballot means for November and beyond.

Law Enforcement

On day one of hearings to impeach Larry Krasner, mothers of homicide victims share testimony

Crime victims’ families told of grief and trauma followed by inaction and confusion due to lack of an adequate city response.

Campaigns & Elections

Freedom From Religion Foundation launches campaign to counter Christian nationalism in state politics

The Wisconsin-based organization wants to convince politicians that secular voters constitute a large and growing voting bloc.

Criminal Justice

Larry Krasner refuses to comply with state committee subpoena leading an investigation into his job performance

Krasner’s attorneys sent a letter to the committee stating that it serves ‘no legislative purpose.’

Campaigns & Elections

PA farmers slam Dr. Oz for cashing in on a major tax credit designed for farm and forestland

Oz bought a $3.1 million farmhouse in Montgomery County weeks after launching his Senate campaign in 2021.

From the Editor

Editor’s Note: Let the story of the 4,000 beagles be a cautionary tale for Pennsylvania

It’s time to change the revenue structure for Dog Laws so officials can catch the bad guys sooner.

Technology

City & State investigates: How local governments are handling a threat they can’t even see

The proliferation of cyberattacks has prompted Pennsylvania municipalities to take extra steps to secure their systems.

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