EMILY’s List Vows $1M to Back McGinty

EMILY’s List, the political action committee that supports pro-choice female Democratic candidates, said this week it will pump $1 million into Katie McGinty’s campaign. McGinty […]


Court: Microsoft Can Subpoena Comcast Customer Info

A federal judge in Washington State has approved Microsoft’s request to subpoena Comcast for the identities of its Internet customers that Microsoft says is pirating […]

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Morning Headlines: Could A.C. Default in April?

Good morning, Philadelphia. Here’s what you need to know today: Moody’s is warning that Atlantic City could default on its debt as soon as April. […]


Eakin Still Seeking Deal on “Porngate” Charges

Last we heard from Pennsylvania Supreme Court Justice Michael Eakin, he was about to strike a deal on the “Porngate” ethics charges against him before […]


Proposal Would Expand “Do Not Call” List

Pennsylvania’s “Do Not Call” registry has existed for 20 years now, yet state residents can still often find themselves on the receiving end of unwanted […]


Most — but Not All — of Cabbies’ Uber Suit Thrown Out

A federal judge has dismissed most of the claims brought by a coalition of Philly taxi companies against Uber, the popular app-centric “ride share” service. […]


Morning Headlines: NRA-Friendly Law Goes Before High Court

Good morning, Philadelphia. Here’s what you need to know today: The state’s Supreme Court will decide the fate of a state law that lets the NRA […]


McGinty Releases First TV Ad: “It’s Your Turn”

Katie McGinty, who is seeking the Democratic nomination for U.S. Senate, has released her first TV ad of the campaign: Is she feeling the Bern […]


Comcast Creates VP for Privacy

Just as the tech world is embroiled in a debate over the privacy customers can expect from its products, Comcast has created a new position […]

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4 Things We Learned From the NYT Trump-Christie Profile

The Chris Christie-Donald Trump alliance continues to be an object of fascination, so the New York Times dives in today with a history of — […]


Morning Headlines: Trump Is Trouble for Toomey’s Reelection Bid

Good morning, Philadelphia. Here’s what you need to know today: Trump, Supreme Court have Sen. Pat Toomey on defense. It was probably never going to […]


Kenney Spokeswoman Retracts Statement Slamming Nutter Aide

You might remember that in January the Kenney administration — suddenly stuck defending a stop-and-frisk lawsuit it didn’t want to defend — blamed a top […]


Sky Pirates: Proposal Would Ban Drones From Smuggling Prison Contraband

Modern technology has revolutionized everything about our daily lives — including, officials fear, the act of sneaking (say) cigarettes to prisoners in lockup. No more […]


MLB Drops Chase Utley Suspension

Seems like only a few days since we told you that Major League Baseball is adopting a new “Utley Rule” to prevent hard, injurious slides […]


Morning Headlines: Wolf Goes Solo to Hike Minimum Wage

Good morning, Philadelphia. Here’s what you need to know today: Gov. Tom Wolf is expected to bypass the Legislature and raise the minimum wage to $10.15 […]