And wounding three others.
The ACLU quotes from the Supreme Court's recent decision.
A boy opened fire at my school dance, but my Democratic parents remained pro-gun.
There's a major catch.
Santorum is under siege in his home state.
This is very bad news for President Obama.
Plus, Bill O'Reilly is cool with McDonald's tricking kids into buying its "crap."
It's a late call, but he defeats Rep. Joe Sestak.
The controversial practice of fracking gets more controversial.
The latter sat in her garage for over a decade.
Endangered Pennsylvania incumbent revises history.
The influential Appropriations Committee member was 77.
How her determination in last year's Democratic primaries eventually forced Specter's hand.
'New York Times Magazine' writer Matt Bai and FiveThirtyEight's Nate Silver discuss the viability of McCain's Pennsylvania-based strategy, the voters assuming we're still stuck in the 2000/2004 universe, and Silver's defense of his model should the election turn to McCain.
McCain may give up on Colorado and try to pick off Obama's old primary bugaboo, Pennsylvania, and its lush bounty of 21 electoral votes.
Everyone take your coat off. Make yourself comfortable. It's going to be a while before this is over.
Hillary wins by ten points in Pennsylvania, propelling herself into the next few weeks of the race.
We round up the local news and politics from the center of American politics (at least until tomorrow).