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The McGurk family advocates for medical marijuana law in Pennsylvania to help their two girls with severe epilepsy.
Polls continue to show Corbett facing tough odds; they disagree on just how tough.
The victory pulled the Penguins out of a 0-1-1 skid and raised their record to 4-2-1.
The 2014 national convention of the Wildlife Society gives Pittsburgh a chance to display some animal magnetism.
David Conrad leaves behind the lights of Hollywood to work with drama students at his alma mater The Kiski School.
Some trustees who accuse the Freeh report in the Jerry Sandusky scandal of unfairly tarnishing Penn State, finally could get their wish.
Bob Cranmer’s new book describes evil forces that inhabited his Brownsville Road home. Some former occupants beg to differ.
The nation is not a land of innocence. But last week's attacks on soldiers and Parliament brought a new dose of reality.
Reyhaneh Jabbari was executed Saturday after being convicted of killing a physician who she said tried to rape her.
J.T. Barrett and the Ohio State Buckeyes outlasted any overtime heroics the Lions tried to pull off.
The Peyton Manning-to-Andrew Luck succession in Indianapolis is not without precedent, but it's not common, either, in the NFL.
The outreach campaign continues for the uninsured Americans, and Pennsylvanians, eligible for health insurance subsidies ahead of Nov. 15.
The nation’s retail industry is in the process of making itself over to better cozy up to smartphones and other digital devices.
Some local houses go to extremes for Halloween, with elaborately crafted homemade decorations.
Pittsburgh-based designer and seamstress Jen Rocket caters to requests for everything from couture gowns to ScareHouse costumes.
Norman Lear’s autobiography is short on deep dive details from the TV trenches, but full of entertaining stories from his life beyond TV.
The “Johnny Appleseed of the Ukulele” returns to Pittsburgh for a workshop and concert next weekend.
Ebola and the Islamic State are terrible but probably won’t make a lasting imprint, suggests professor Stephen M. Walt
Pennsylvanians have a strong interest in government transparency. The problem is the Corbett administration apparently doesn’t think so.