The nuclear company wants to develop a lead-cooled fast neutron reactor design.
This is the time teams make their playoff push, says Steelers defensive end Cam Heyward, after a frustrating 39-30 loss to Seattle.
Strategies include improving the screening rates for HIV and AIDS and bolstering awareness of preventive treatments.
Some of the world’s top scientists provide clarity on what we’re supposed to eat and drink, and what foods we should avoid.
Hometown rapper will be part of ABC's 'New Year’s Rockin’ Eve.'
Pittsburgh has a contract with the National Complete Streets Coalition to help leaders and residents redesign streets or reallocate traffic.
CMU researcher funded to study ways of addressing loneliness of older adults to improve health.
Gay men having unprotected sex leads to an increase in numbers of people living with HIV and AIDS in China.
The Parkway East will close next weekend to prepare for the Greenfield Bridge implosion.
Russell Wilson became the third quarterback in as many games to throw for 300 yards against the Steelers, a troubling midseason trend.
The Pirates acquired Steven Brault in a trade with the Baltimore Orioles in February, and he is on track to be a big contributor.
With Black Friday and Cyber Monday behind us, today’s celebration of Giving Tuesday is meant to inspire the spirit of philanthropy.
Despite flat or negative returns in the stock market this year, mutual fund managers are likely to distribute taxable gains to shareholders
Among the suggestions: Cooking classes and a membership to the National Aviary.
“You gotta keep moving or you die,” says Helen Nothwang of Bloomfield, who was born Nov. 23, 1915.
The North Carolina band will play its first Pittsburgh show in two years as part of the outdoor season.
In four opinions this year, Justice Clarence Thomas indicted the increasing incoherence of the court’s separation of powers jurisprudence.
Francis addressed the problems of corruption, chaos and presidents who stay in office too long.