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The Xbox One exclusive eschews a single-player mode for online competitive battles at a break-neck pace.
College students have the opportunity to win cash awards from the Women's Press Club of Pittsburgh.
The study shows falls were reduced by 17 percent for people who attended a Healthy Steps for Older Adults program for safety tips.
The St. Patrick's Day Parade rolls through the city on Saturday as part of a four-day party.
The Pope has headed the Roman Catholic Church for a year as of today and his words and actions are making impressions, Catholics say.
Extreme pogo jumpers will come to the city for the EQT Three Rivers Regatta.
The 2014 spring semester provides a diverse offering of classes.
A bald eagle family has become a video sensation. Wildlife experts applaud the public interest but warn against getting too attached.
After Katie Johnson lost her home and sister to fire, her Hill District neighbors have been doing their part to lift and heal her spirit.
The Virginia Glee Club, comedian/actor Frank Caliendo, The Pittsburgh Sneaker Convention, cyber symposium on jazz pianist Mary Lou Williams.
The more compact stature and rounder curves of "average Barbie" look like a healthier version of the female form to many.
Homes columnist Peter McKay is back, and his selfie is begging for a few "likes."
The World Meeting of Families is expected to draw huge crowds to Philadelphia in 2015.
Sewickley Academy third-grader Ally Aufman has 2.4 million views on her YouTube channel, a shout-out from Jimmy Kimmel and her own app.
International Women's Day kicked off in Europe March 19, 1911, to drum up support for the suffrage movement, and moved to March 8 in 1913.
In New York, men are paying as much as $8,500 to have plastic surgeons add hair to their faces.
Amid a public opinion revolution in favor of same-sex marriage, religious groups opponents have paid a price in their public image.
Apps, video monitors, robotic strollers and other technologies have cropped up to create a new industry built around helping parents.
A little more than a quarter of adults in the U.S., 26.2 million people, volunteered for an organization in 2013.
Captain William Catlin of Monongahela was commissioned in the state's National Guard in 1871 and served until 1878.
Iwo Jima 1945: The story of one man's war trophy is part of a new Soldiers & Sailors exhibit.
The Pub Chip Shop on the Souht Side does the British-style chip shop just right.
African-Americans with the surname Ganges are likely descended from slaves captured off the coast of Cuba in 1800 by a Navy warship.
Dog-friendly perks are a way landlords can set themselves apart in an increasingly competitive rental market.