Politics & Policy
Trump claims that he will be arrested next week
Trump’s attorney, Susan Necheles, told NPR that Trump’s speculation is “based on media reports”
By Juliana Kim/NPR
Vladimir Putin has made a surprise visit to the occupied city of Mariupol
Earlier, on Saturday, Putin traveled to Crimea, to mark the ninth anniversary of the Black Sea peninsula’s annexation from Ukraine.
Pro-Moscow voices tried to steer Ohio train disaster debate
The accounts also parroted Kremlin talking points about Russia’s invasion of Ukraine
By David Klepper/The Associated Press
Who’s footing the bill for Silicon Valley Bank failure?
By Robby Brod
Pa. Rep. Scott Perry and other GOP congressmen: Halt offshore wind, probe whale deaths
By Wayne Parry/ The Associated Press
Sen. Bob Casey has faith Sen. John Fetterman can keep serving PennsylvaniaWhile celebrating a federal grant that will pay for upgrades at Harrisburg International Airport, Casey said he’s confident Fetterman can still perform Senate duties from the hospital
By Sam Dunklau
Joshua A. Bickel
EPA proposes first limits on toxic ‘forever chemicals’ for public drinking waterWhile states like Pennsylvania and New Jersey have already set PFAS limits for public water systems, the EPA proposal is more restrictive and would apply nationwide.
Commonwealth Media Services
Josh Shapiro’s plan to eliminate 2 of Pa.’s cell phone taxes, what does it mean?Pennsylvania levies some of the highest taxes on cell phones in the country. Shapiro wants to eliminate two, which would fulfill a campaign promise.
Malcom Kenyatta enters 2024 race for Pennsylvania auditor general
New Pa. lieutenant governor fires 2 employees touted as ‘success stories’
House Democratic Caucus
Top Democrats knew about sexual harassment allegation against Pa. lawmaker in 2019A former Democratic leader told Mike Zabel to receive treatment and attend harassment training, a caucus spokesperson said.