Dr. Mehmet Oz’s campaign defended his early embrace of hydroxychloroquine, saying, “he offered to fund a clinical trial at Columbia University.”
The far-right Pennsylvania woman who broke into Nancy Pelosi’s office on Jan. 6 and helped steal the former Speaker’s gavel and laptop was sentenced to three years in prison today. Prosecutors said Riley June Williams, who was 22 at the time, “led an army” of rioters through the Capitol and “acted as an accelerant, exacerbating
Harrisburg police respond en masse to Musa Harris predator catch, but the outcome isnt what he hopes.
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WASHINGTON, D.C. – Its been one month since Pennsylvania Senator John Fetterman (D- PA) checked himself into a DChospital to be treated for depression. Although he has not returned to the Senate, staffers said he can still get a lot of work done remotely.
Paul Salamy and Steve Sicilia re-opened the 1950s-style Muffins Diner. The diner has been a staple in the Bridgeport community for more than 40 years.
We asked our readers to nominate people under 40 who are working to uplift their communities. They responded by telling us about trailblazers ranging from business owners to advocates and artists.
6abc welcomed a bit of HERstory to Inside Story as Matt O’Donnell interviewed Pennsylvania Democratic Speaker of the House Joanna McClinton.
Philadelphia police are searching for a man who attempted and failed to rob an East Germantown CVS store on Wednesday. (Source: Philadelphia Police Department)
Pennsylvania State Police are investigating a road rage incident and asking the public for more information.
Pennsylvania mother Megan Brock joined ‘Fox & Friends First’ to discuss the backlash over the measure and why she considers it an infringement upon religious rights.
The story of Madame Sara Spencer-Washington would be lost to not only African-American history, but US history as a whole, were it not for her descendants and the work of author Cheryl Woodruff-Brooks. With a goal of introducing a new generation of children, “The Story of Madame Sara Spencer-Washington and the Apex Empire” is one of an entrepreneur who broke boundaries. In 1911, Spencer-Washington moved from Virginia to Atlantic City, New Jersey and started the Apex News and Hair Company, a door-to-door cosmetics business and hair salon, which she transformed to an international empire. With hundreds of products, and 45-thousand agents around the world, Spencer-Washington opened beauty schools and expanded to Haiti and South Africa. She was honored at the New York World’s Trade Fair in 1939 for her endeavors, and also served as a philanthropist and civic leader. Cheryl Woodruff-Brooks had a passion for writing from childhood, and won awards for her essays. A graduate of Case Western Reserve University, she wrote for the school newspaper The Weathervane; her works have also appeared in Bronze Magazine, among other publications. Her first book for Sunbury Press was the 2017 release, “Chicken Bone Beach: A Pictorial History of Atlantic City’s Missouri Avenue Beach,” which was nominated for a literary award by the Schomburg Center in New York City. Cheryl is also an accomplished singer-songwriter; she lives with her family in Hummelstown, Pennsylvania.