Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump tangled over how to bring good-paying jobs back to the United States, as they opened Monday's debate.
The bridge, closed since Sept. 2 after a key structural element was damaged by fire, reopened Monday afternoon to vehicles under 9 tons.
The public event will be held next Tuesday after the Ryder Cup. The family will have a private funeral sometime this week.
Two newspapers oppose PNC Bank’s bid to seal a coming filing in the court fight over Richard Mellon Scaife’s spending.
Landowners bitterly dispute the sums that some drillers have been taking from royalty check already diminished by a collapse in prices.
Early-’90s efforts to reverse the area’s worrisome trends set a vibrant market in motion, and the old guys wonder who all the newbies are.
John Fetterman will be among several guests from the Pittsburgh region at tonight’s presidential debate.
The Vinski Brothers shop is among a small group of businesses in the former mill town that have kept the doors open for decades.
The Red Line between Fallowfield and Potomac stations in Beechview had been closed since March for an $8.4 million rail replacement project.
The size of the audience is expected to challenge the presidential debate record of 80 million who watched the 1980 Carter-Reagan debate.
“He was loved by all even when they did not know him,” Player said Monday.
The versatile running back missed the first three games due to suspension and says, “This is a big week for me.”
Advocates say rent-to-own programs have ensnared many financially unsophisticated would-be homeowners.
Competition for Chemtura can’t be ruled out, said Lanxess executive.
Designers dazzled us with a sometimes confusing yet fun mix of everything from chunky sweaters to sexy swimwear.
Quite a crowd poured into the new Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre’s Byham Center for Dance on Saturday night to toast its expansion.
Today Wiz Khalifa is a world-touring hip-hop superstar, instantly recognizable for that strikingly slender (and now inked-up) frame.
Pittsburgh is among select cities on Druid Theatre’s tour schedule, bringing the award-winning dark comedy here in March.
After a history of falsehoods, why believe her now?
Why has truthful reporting not had more impact? His fans just don’t care that he’s a charlatan, clueless about policy and a serial liar.