Pennsylvania's 2011 map is generally considered among the most gerrymandered in the nation, and Democrats hope new district lines will boost their chances of reclaiming majority control of the U.S. House.
Pennsylvania's 18th congressional district, where Pittsburgh suburbs give way to industrial towns and farmland, is reliably red, with a majority of voters having cast their ballots for President Trump. But the special election fight between Rick Saccone and Conor Lamb…
White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders says the change is still a goal and could still happen. But she says "right now the president's primary focus is pushing through things we know that have broad bipartisan support" on school…
By Mark Scolforo, Associated Press
A filing late Wednesday from Republican leaders in the Pennsylvania Legislature asks the U.S. Supreme Court to stop a new congressional map from being implemented. The document requested Justice Samuel Alito to intervene, saying the state Supreme Court overstepped its…
By Associated Press
The request to Justice Samuel Alito says the state Supreme Court usurped legislative authority and calls the decision unprecedented.
By Michael Virtanen, Associated Press
In the year's first congressional race, Republican and Democratic candidates in suburban Pittsburgh said they oppose banning weapons like the semi-automatic rifle used in Florida last week to kill 17 students and teachers at a high school.
By Marc Levy, Associated Press
It substantially overhauls a congressional map widely viewed as among the nation's most gerrymandered.
By Bill Barrow, Associated Press
The tax law has formed a defining fault line ahead of the 2018 midterm elections.
By Mark Scolforo and Mark Sherman, Associated Press
The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday let a court-ordered redrawing of congressional districts in Pennsylvania proceed, denying a plea from Republicans legislative leaders to block it.
In our news wrap Monday, Pennsylvania’s Supreme Court threw out the state's congressional map for being heavily gerrymandered to benefit Republicans. Also, Turkey continued its military offensive against U.S.-backed Kurdish fighters in Syria for a third day.
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