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About 250 people attended the panel discussion on the topic of “A Half Century of Struggle and Success: A Civil Rights Retrospective.”
The new governor’s plan also calls for dramatically reducing school district property taxes.
Developer Clayco Realty Group plans to begin construction by fall so the five-story, 285,000-square-foot building is ready by fall 2017.
The switch on medical recommendations to ward off peanut allergies comes too late for many Pittsburgh children and their families.
As U.S. solar industry reports record employment gains nationally, Pennsylvania has lost 30 percent of its workforce in two years.
They are concerned about a GOP-Obama rift on the Israeli prime minister’s speech to Congress today.
Young Americans for Liberty at Carlow University encouraged students to write on two outdoor poster-boards, part of a national project.
After shedding 180 pounds, Bobbi Jo Wendel trains for her first full marathon in Pittsburgh.
His comment about the time frame for a freeze represents one of the U.S. government's strongest signals yet of its red line for a deal.
A new national journal’s article recommends that employers abandon these programs.
A federal judge took a literal definition of “adjacent” when ruling in the Citizens for Pennsylvania’s Future v. Ultra Resources case.
Ann Power Wardrop also has marked more than 50 years of service to Carnegie Library, Carnegie Museum of Art and other organizations.
This protein-rich stew is good for repairing torn muscle tissue; there also are plenty of carbs to restock your energy stores.
Productions at Carnegie Mellon University, Point Park University and the University of Pittsburgh showcase theatrical talent.
Tony nominee Tonya Pickins, filmmaker John Sayles and writer Azar Nafisi are among the speakers at the Pittsburgh Cultural Trust-CMU event.
The likely suspects probably thought they were helping Putin, but they weren’t.
The House of Representatives will think about funding the Department of Homeland Security for another week.