Special Reports

The battle to deep-six the deepfake threat to elections levels up

Officials are racing to outflank misinformation agents and their metastasizing use of artificial intelligence.

Economic Development

Opinion: Investing in clean energy will benefit communities and the climate

Pennsylvania is set to benefit environmentally from two major bills approved by Congress.

Economic Development

Shapiro announces $400M workforce training program

The initiative will dole out grants to companies that commit to training new employees.

Capitol Beat

What state leaders are saying about the ongoing budget impasse

The PA Senate’s top-ranking Republican said the chamber could return next month, but other obstacles remain.

Capitol Beat

Shapiro touts federal broadband funding in visit to Erie County

The governor said the improved internet access will boost the economy and improve student outcomes.


Legislative caucuses Pennsylvanians wish were real

City & State’s take on what caucuses the commonwealth is missing


7 things to watch for leading up to the general election

With primary elections over, City & State highlights the storylines to focus on across the state as Election Day gets closer.

Interviews & Profiles

A Q&A with Christine Todd Whitman

The longtime GOP stalwart is co-chairing a new political party looking to provide a way forward for American voters and politicians.


The making of K. Leroy Irvis, the nation’s first Black speaker of the House

His legacy lives on as the architect of important programs – and as a consensus builder who united the chamber in trying times.

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