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The St. Patrick's Day Parade rolls through the city on Saturday as part of a four-day party.
A&E has pulled the cable TV show from its lineup after two episodes and lackluster ratings.
Internal reports have shown that the VA knew early on the outbreak was due largely to a series of human errors, not faulty equipment.
Running a nonprofit organization for pet adoptions didn't mean they could stop worrying about money, the staff of CARMAA discovered.
Girl Scouts can earn a Barbie-themed patch but critics say the iconic fashion doll isn't the right career role model for young girls.
The Pope has headed the Roman Catholic Church for a year as of today and his words and actions are making impressions, Catholics say.
State police said they were passengers with two other students in a car that may have been racing with another vehicle before the crash.
John Hanger had been seeking the Democratic gubernatorial nomination in a crowded field, but there was "no path to victory."
The president meets with Ukraine's interim prime minister five days before a controversial referendum in Crimea on joining Russia.
It will be all about rebounding when the Panthers face the Demon Deacons today in Greensboro, N.C.
The new winger's 'learning-by-fire' indoctrination as Crosby's winger is producing good results early.
The Pittsburgh-based bank filed a proxy statement this morning for its annual shareholders meeting.
The sale of the 600,000-customer retail energy business could cost Pennsylvania jobs.
It's called pagach, and for generations it's been a traditional dish for Slovakians eschewing meat during the six-week Lenten period.
Tucked in a North Huntingdon office park, Cenacolo gains acolytes.
A joint project of Pittsburgh and Philadelphia theater companies unites actors in a bonding experience.
The Fred Rogers Company remains relevant among young children, producing hit television shows. But what of Fred Rogers himself?
The CIA has shown either super-confidence or unprecedented arrogance in taking on the Senate Intelligence Committee and its chairman.
Through their increased light-rail usage Pittsburgh transit customers are saying something momentous. They are voting with their fare cards.