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Top Pa. lawmakers who rejected election results denounce U.S. Capitol mob

U.S. Capitol violence: Gov. Tom Wolf, Pa. state lawmakers speak out

Pa. Senate Republicans denounce violence but stop short of accepting election results

Pa. Senate Majority Leader Kim Ward defends election questions as U.S. Capitol stormed

Capitol breach: Reps from the Poconos condemn violence in D.C.

Pa. Senate makes national news: Ousting Lt. Gov. John Fetterman as presiding officer and leaving a seat empty

Fetterman to Pa. Senate GOP: ‘I broke the rules, you broke the law’

Sen. Brewster should have been seated

For just $350 million, theater of absurd

Schuylkill legislators decry violence at D.C. protest

Sen. Mastriano and former state rep. Saccone among Trump supporters who occupied U.S. Capitol

Ex-GOP state Rep. Rick Saccone joins chaos in Washington, praises Trump

Pa. lawmakers who support Trump’s election falsehoods respond to insurrection at U.S. Capitol

More Pennsylvania GOP lawmakers protest Electoral College

After U.S. Capitol rioting, Pa. House, Senate staffers told to work from home

Memorial yard sign fundraiser benefits family of state Rep. Mike Reese

Toohil recalls mother in swearing in to new term

For the first time, a mother and son are serving in Pennsylvania House of Representatives

How a new tax like Arizona’s could help underfunded schools in Pa. | Opinion

New Year’s resolutions for Pa. Legislature: raise minimum wage, stop fighting, work more | John Baer


Congress affirms Biden’s presidential win following riot at U.S. Capitol

Biden win confirmed after pro-Trump mob storms U.S. Capitol

BIDEN REACTS: President-elect calls on mob to ‘pull back,’ urges ‘simple decency

‘An absolute disgrace’: Pa. delegation reacts to violent storming of U.S. Capitol

Pa. Congresswoman Susan Wild describes the attack on the Capitol: ‘I started hearing shots and breaking glass’

Lehigh Valley lawmakers promise to continue doing their job, call for consequences for Trump supporters who stormed Capitol

Cartwright describes House members’ escape

Berks County’s congressional delegation reacts to violence on Capitol Hill

Pa. Rep. Conor Lamb accuses members of Congress of repeating lies: video

Pro-Trump insurrection at Capitol ‘an attempted coup,’ says former D.C. and Philly police chief Charles H. Ramsey

Blame for U.S. Capitol violence ‘lies squarely’ with Trump, former Pa. Gov. Tom Ridge says

Some lawmakers say Sens. Ted Cruz, Josh Hawley should resign or be expelled

Lawmakers vow to investigate police after Capitol breach

The day American democracy was brought to the brink, as coup attempt fails at the U.S. Capitol

Hours before mob breached Capitol, Trump railed against Pennsylvania vote

Senior officials have discussed removing Trump under the 25th Amendment. Here’s how that could work.

Trump says his term is ending, transition will be orderly

Perry leads failed charge to oust Biden’s Pennsylvania electors

U.S. Rep. Meuser reacts to chaos in Washington

Meuser defends plan to object to Biden electoral votes, later condemns “violent lawlessness”

Chris Christie unloads on Trump after U.S. Capitol attack: ‘I am just absolutely sickened’

Capitol protests normal, but not Wednesday’s events

Capitol violence sparks temporary Twitter, Facebook bans for Trump

Fact-checking Trump’s false claims about Pennsylvania’s election before his supporters attacked the Capitol

Rudy Giuliani voicemail asks senator to stall Congress, but he dialed wrong: reports

Trump to protesters: ‘We love you. You’re very special … but go home’

Trump supporters in Washington rejoice over an attack on the U.S. Capitol: ‘Today, it’s biblical.’

The siege on the U.S. Capitol, and democracy, is Trump’s legacy. Pennsylvania Republicans are also complicit. | Editorial

Call the violence Trump created ‘sedition’: After his lies inspire mob to attack Capitol, he must step down | Trudy Rubin

Our opinion: Mob outside, liars inside

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Coronavirus - COVID-19

In unexpected development, some Pa. health care workers declining COVID-19 vaccine

COVID-19 update: Nearly 9,500 new cases reported in Pa.

Allegheny County reports most new covid cases in Pa., adds 46 deaths

‘Exponential growth’ forecast for Allegheny County’s COVID-19 vaccination rate

Allegheny County officials worried about large New Year’s parties leading to covid spread

Relief, satisfaction from first covid-19 vaccine recipients in Monroeville

Geisinger begins administering second dose of COVID-19 vaccine

181 new COVID-19 cases reported in county

NEPA counties top 40,000 COVID-19 cases

Berks County Community Health Center administers first doses of COVID vaccine to nonhospital health care workers and staff

In fight against COVID, ‘cautious optimism’ in Chester, Delaware counties


Wayfair raises its minimum wage to more than double the federal rate


French bulldog puppies kidnapped in gunpoint robbery of breeder in Lancaster County, feds say

Norristown teen is charged with murder after accidentally shooting his longtime friend


NAACP backs lawsuit against Gateway School District

State, local NAACP chapters reiterate need for Gateway School Board member to resign


Congress’ ban on surprise medical billing misses opportunity to rein in prices | Opinion

Noticias locales

PEL backs Scranton’s information technology upgrade

Lackawanna County Commissioner defends vote making herself board chairwoman

Account established for donations in wake of a fire that killed mother and daughter in Reading

Reading mayor celebrates Three Kings Day with toy giveaway

Brown vetoes amended budget, council responds

Luzerne County may have new election director this month

Luzerne County releases update on workers in quarantine

Officers accuse former Ambridge chief of sexual harassment

Pete Buttigieg called Lehigh County to ask about transit needs. The Lehigh Valley can think of about 6.5 billion of them.

Delco leaders call Capitol crisis a ‘stain’ on history

Noticias nacionales

Protesters swarm Statehouses across U.S.; some evacuated

Louisville fires two detectives involved in the Breonna Taylor raid and hires a police chief


76ers coach Doc Rivers on U.S. Capitol attack: ‘Could you imagine … if those were all Black people storming the Capitol?’

Fairmount Park’s Chamounix Mansion youth hostel wins tax case against city


Pittsburgh religious leaders react to Capitol protests

Allegheny County, Pittsburgh officials monitor D.C. unrest

City to agree to new federal sewer system rules

Gretchen Baker to lead Carnegie Museum of Natural History

Alcosan proposing new building and parking garage at its Wood Run complex

Pittsburgh man charged in Lawrenceville explosion

Noticias del Estado

Pa. Farm Show butter sculptors were ready to go ahead, but then it all fell apart

Thousands more Pennsylvanians continue to seek safety net programs


Weather delays start of Route 28 improvement project around Highland Park Bridge

PennDOT postpones Route 28 project until next week due to weather