Voters across the country go to the polls on Election Day 2012.
Ten voters in the tiny village of Dixville Notch, N.H., cast the first Election Day votes of the 2012 general elections. President Barack Obama and GOP nominee Mitt Romney tied with five votes each. The town has opened its polls shortly after midnight each Election Day since 1960, but the tie was the first in its history.
The coming days will provide the first glimpse at how Gov. Tom Wolf's administration wants to regulate the natural gas industry.
Some towns in New York's Southern Tier are raising the idea of seceding to Pennsylvania.
The debt is piling up in Pennsylvania and legislators blame pension plans.
A bill named after a mother who died at the Berks County Jail is moving forward.
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