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Former WVU player assembles star-studded Pittsburgh team for a brain health tool that aims to become a lifetime wellness aid.
Big charity galas may raise significant dollars for some organizations but some nonprofits shun them because of time and expense.
Joe Sestak achieves one goal, but he still has many miles to go in his U.S. Senate challenge.
Whole Foods and Home Depot made East Liberty a destination, but a real estate strategy made it possible to get to sleep at night.
A shining mix of spiritual and secular from a Catholic nun who embodied the 1960s, this retrospective sings with her convictions.
The program has opened doors for local youth, troubled or not. Does its home in an old city firehouse have a fighting chance?
The Veritas Forum gathered in McConomy Auditorium of Carnegie Mellon to debate faith’s role in the scientific worldview.
Francis J. Goldcamp completed 38 missions and received four Air Medal oak leaf clusters and two European Theater Bronze Stars.
Diplomats evacuated from Aden; U.N. staff leave Sanaa; gulf Arabs offer Yemeni president support at Egypt summit.
Starling Marte’s batting stance adjustments yielded positive results late last season, so he’s sticking to them.
Bam Bradley and Nicholas Grigsby are two of the contenders to fill the starting outside linebacker roles left open by graduates.
Are health information exchanges really saving money and improving patient health? Perhaps — but there’s not much evidence of that so far.
Brokers can legally recommend clients make investments that are in brokers’ best interests.
How to get what you want in a restaurant without being a jerk to the staff or your dining companions.
Fairmont Pittsburgh and the forthcoming Hotel Indigo are two examples of hotels working with retailers and designers to sharpen their looks.
Three new Bible-inspired TV programs air over the next week: “Killing Jesus,” “The Dovekeepers” and “A.D.: The Bible Continues.”
The 10th book in the Cotton Malone series by Steve Berry is a fast-paced and entertaining traditional thriller, with Pittsburgh action.
MOOCs (massive open online courses) can better predict college success than SATs.
Americans call it the two-party system, but in Allegheny County and the city of Pittsburgh it’s hard to see why.