The panel that will redraw the boundaries of Pennsylvania’s legislative districts amid public education campaigns to stamp out gerrymandering will be chaired by the University of Pittsburgh’s former chancellor as the tie-breaking fifth member appointed by the state’s high court Monday.
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At issue is whether public schools can discipline students over something they say off-campus. The topic is especially meaningful in a time of remote learning because of the coronavirus pandemic and a rising awareness of the pernicious effects of online bullying.
WASHINGTON – The Supreme Court sided Monday with Google in an $8 billion copyright dispute with Oracle over the internet company’s creation of…
We are deeply disappointed that our two local congressmen chose party over country and the Constitution when they signed onto a failed Texas lawsuit looking to overturn the presidential election.
The state prison announced a statewide quarantine on Monday after the first inmate tested positive for coronavirus.
The Pennsylvania Supreme Court dismissed a lawsuit filed by a gun shop that challenged Gov. Tom Wolf's authority to shutter businesses determined to be "non-life-sustaining," paving the way for enforcement to begin Monday.
Jerry Sandusky won't get a fresh chance to argue in state court he should get a new trial, seven years after the former Penn State assistant football coach was convicted of molesting 10 boys.
Is Justice Clarence Thomas joining President Donald Trump’s war on news media?
Lawyers for nearly two dozen Pennsylvania clergy argued before the state Supreme Court on Wednesday that their clients’ names should continue to be withheld from a sweeping grand jury report on child sexual abuse in six of Pennsylvania’s Roman Catholic dioceses.
The Supreme Court is adding another job for the special master it appointed to help black out names and other identifying information from a grand jury report into child sexual abuse in six of Pennsylvania's Roman Catholic dioceses.