President-elect Donald Trump won Pennsylvania’s electoral and popular vote, but Hillary Clinton won the national popular vote. Once again, the importance of the Electoral College in the presidential election process has come into prominence. What is the Electoral College, what did the founding fathers have in mind when they established it in 1787, and what […]
You’ve decided it’s time to learn more about your ancestors. You’ve interviewed your parents and grandparents, and everyone you can get a hold of, yet some questions remain unanswered. Now’s a good time to contact the State Library of Pennsylvania. Kathy Hale, Supervisor for Public Services, explains how you can connect the branches of your […]
Back in December, the Pennsylvania Senate voted unanimously for a plan that could result in the removal from office of state Attorney General Kathleen Kane, according to the Associated Press. The PA Special Committee on Senate Address reviews its findings during a meeting on Tuesday, January 12th to determine whether she can perform the attorney general’s duties with a suspended law license.