In a hasty change in tone, the top aide to Attorney General Kathleen G. Kane has backed down from his criticism of the Porngate report,
One of the last burlesque comedians, he appeared on Johnny Carson’s “Tonight Show” and had a running shtick with comedian Milton Berle.
The justices ruled property owners could file suit over Army Corps’ determination that their land contains “waters of the United States.”
Zoos from Maryland to Arizona were assuring visitors that their facilities are safe.
California’s iconic Gov. Jerry Brown and a major national environmental group, the NRDC Action Fund, cited Donald Trump in their decisions.
Some aid agencies and human rights monitors said as many as 50 people died in Idlib alone. Aleppo also was struck by aerial bombardments.
Those numbers are growing as the war — now in its 15th year — intensifies, the rights group said in a report released in Kabul.
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Donald Trump slammed the media for questioning his contributions, but was more pleased about media attention during his January fund-raiser.
“A human catastrophe is unfolding in Fallujah,” said Jan Egeland, Norwegian Refugee Council head, as tens of thousands remained trapped.
The VA has rejected the claims of 85 percent of the more than 1,200 veterans who applied for benefits related to the testing.
Nearly 40 previously unreported major sources of sulfur dioxide emissions were revealed.
The fuzz that covers bees’ bodies allows the tiny critters to home in on their favorite plants to pollinate.
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A group of news organizations had appealed a lower-court ruling backing the Public Utility Commission’s effort to keep the records secret.
Squirrel Hill native David Wald specialized in making smart films and won an Emmy in 1995 as part of Michael Moore’s “TV Nation” team.
Gov. Tom Wolf signed Carol Ramsey's pardon last week, forgiving crimes she committed decades ago to support her drug and alcohol addiction.
U.S. scientists have been on the lookout for MCR-1 since it was reported last year that it had been found in pigs and chickens in China.
The Allegheny County Park Trails app is designed to help visitors identify and navigate trails in the nine county parks.
The restrictions will take place from 9 p.m. to 6 a.m. in the I-79 (Exit 64A) interchange area as crews work on overhead signage.
The Pittsburgh hospital network signs a one-year agreement with a China-based operation to develop cancer care services on Hainan Island.
The Iraqi troops are leading the assault; their advance is expected to be slow due to tens of thousands of civilians trapped in the city.
It was the first trial in which the courts of one country prosecuted the former ruler of another for alleged human rights crimes.
Ms. Butts was President Barack Obama’s classmate at Harvard Law School and a longtime member of the president’s inner circle.
Ms. Fawcett was a British codebreaker during World War II who deciphered a key German message that led to the battleship Bismarck’s sinking.
The program is aimed at understanding the impact of mild traumatic brain injury (mTBI) on active-duty military members and veterans.
However, the airlines weren’t ready to say “mission accomplished” yet, as it’s just the beginning of the busy summer travel season.
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They were the first major assaults in the province since the insurgents named a new leader last week.
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The United Nations agency said member nations have so far donated only 13 percent of the money required.
The longtime businessman was in his second term as a Bridgeville borough councilman.
So far this session, just 149 of the 3,265 bills introduced — or 4.6 percent — have been enacted.
It will cost Port Authority $2.87 million on top of fare revenue losses to update equipment and market the flat fare that begins in January.
Rodef Shalom Congregation in Shadyside honored its own Rabbi Walter Jacob with the Pursuer of Peace Award.
A total of 45 organizations will need to pay back a collective total of $532,000 in interest, and more than 380 employees were effected.
State Department of Human Services’ Medicaid program has seen its bill for hepatitis C treatment jump from $33.7 million to $138.1 million.
On Friday, Saturn and the sun will be on opposite sides of the sky. Throughout this “opposition,” the ring world will be visible all night.
Along with tummy tucks and facelifts, some people are preserving youth by transferring fat from other parts of the body to the face.
NanoKnife Irreversible Electroporation can destroy pancreatic cancer that hasn’t metastasized and extend survival time.
A news conference had been scheduled to announce preliminary results of an investigation into inappropriate emails found on state servers.
The agreement includes 1,300 new call center jobs and nearly 11 percent in raises over four years but also makes health care plan changes.
The president singled out three men who have died in Iraq in recent months: Joshua Wheeler, Louis Cardin and Charles Keating.
The male western lowland gorilla named Harambe was killed Saturday by a special zoo response team that feared the boy’s life was in danger.
The traffic pattern on the Liberty Bridge is being changed to accommodate fans leaving Consol Energy Center after tonight’s Penguins’ game.
Bill Kristol said over the weekend that there will be an ”impressive” third-party candidate for president.
Migrants recall terrifying life-or-death moments aboard doomed smugglers’ boats.
At one point, the 400-pound-plus gorilla loomed over a 4-year-old boy who had fallen into a shallow moat at the Cincinnati Zoo.
Officials said a server providing Internet service had problems at about 4 p.m. Sunday, which required manual check-in.
Party officials see an opening amid poor showings in popularity polls for Republican Donald Trump and Democrat Hillary Clinton.