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Men who for months had been trying to kill each other traded gifts, drank and even played soccer on the no man’s land between the trenches.
Albert C. Van Dusen was a University of Pittsburgh administrator who forged international ties.
PLUS: Man readily supported fellow postal customer; bicyclist got down, dirty to help avoid street flood.
Utica Shale gas well “blowout” in southeast Ohio that caused evacuation earlier this month is capped
The error occurred Monday when a high-security lab in Atlanta sent samples that should have been inactivated to another CDC laboratory.
The shooting reignited tensions that have lingered since the death of Michael Brown in neighboring Ferguson.
He was the first captive taken from the U.S.-led coalition battling the extremist group.
The day’s action further strained a tenuous cease-fire that ended a 50-day war over the summer.
The electricity shut-off came as Moscow threatened a greater rift with the West if Ukraine attempted to make good on its NATO intentions.
The Obama administration is preparing to move dozens of inmates out of the prison in coming months.
Justice Department lawyers urged the court to preserve the executive order allowing 4 million undocumented immigrants to stay in the U.S.
After new notes fell from a security van, onlookers were presented with a Christmas Eve test of whether to be good for goodness’ sake.
Iran says its nuclear activities are peaceful, but the West fears that it may lead to developing nuclear weapons.
PLUS: Rebels kill 70 in India; S. Korea indicts Uber CEO; Ebola survival rate; Abe named Japanese PM.
PLUS: Gun in NYC killing traced; organ trafficker’s release; wet, warm Christmas Eve; ex-inmate to get back pay.
A plate with material from an Ebola experiment was sent from a high-security biosafety laboratory to a less-secure facility at the agency’s
Three options call for new tunnels; three others would carve an open highway into the mountain.
The UPMC-Highmark in-network contract expires Dec. 31.
Berkeley is near Ferguson, where white police officer Darren Wilson shot and killed Michael Brown, an unarmed, black 18-year-old, on Aug. 9.
The Labor Department said today that applications dropped 9,000 last week to a seasonally adjusted 280,000.
In the Pittsburgh area, the SouthSide Works Cinema and the Dependable Drive-In in Moon will show the film.
National Weather Service meteorologists predicted rain that would turn into snow for some parts of Missouri to Michigan.
Dozens of flights arriving at or departing from the airport have already been delayed or cancelled this morning.
The high school students collaborated to suggest to Cecil cookware maker ways to improve technology and save resources.
A survey team will be sent today to determine whether a tornado was responsible. Storm spotters said it was.
New York City citizens took a moment Tuesday to silently honor two fallen officers savagely killed three days before on a Brooklyn corner.
State-of-the-art improvements to kitchens at Parkway West Career and Technology Center are more closely attuned to industry standards.
Federal data shows that third-quarter U.S. economic annualized growth was 5 percent, driven by a consumer spending and plunging oil prices.
The Food and Drug Adminstration is advocating that the prohibition apply only to those sexually active within the last year.
Aunts showed the true meaning of being “goodfellows.”
School news from the north communities.
Board approves hiring a consultant to review operations of the North Allegheny Foundation.
Mr. Reichenfeld taught music for more than 80 years and helped found and conduct the Wilkinsburg Symphony.
New York Rep. Michael Grimm on Tuesday pleaded guilty to felony tax evasion but insisted that he would not resign from Congress.
When it comes to raising money from the very rich, it's Democrats who led the way in 2014.
The Committee to Protect Journalists recorded the deadliest year since the group began keeping records in 1992.
Ukraine’s parliament voted to end its nonaligned-nation status and move toward joining NATO, a move that immediately drew a protest from
Kurdish peshmerga fighters are battling to recapture Iraq turf the Islamic State militants seized last summer near Mount Sinjar.
Bethlehem, jammed with traffic, mulls digging a tunnel under Manger Square.
If you haven’t cut the cord on your landline phone service, pretty soon you may not have a choice.
Despite President Barack Obama's conclusion that North Korea was the culprit, the Internet's newest game of whodunit continues.
One board member laments the lack of interviews with other candidates for the top job in the Steel Valley football program.
The $15.6 million budget will keep real estate taxes at 11.7 mills.
The following Monessen High School students have received financial awards through The Challenge Program Inc. for excelling in specific
Plus: Severe weather hits South; threat targets bridge; no Obama link in IRS flap; 6.4M on Obamacare; driving mom committed.
Trevor Orchard of the University of Pittsburgh has helped Rwandan children control their Type 1 diabetes for the past decade.
A record-breaking 98.6 million travelers are expected to hit the road starting today, and for the most part the weather will be cooperating.
A Pittsburgh researcher is forming a nonprofit to work toward an HIV treatment using ATP combined with antiretroviral medications.
The Dow Jones industrial average rose 68 points, or 0.4 percent, to 18,027 as of 9:58 a.m. Eastern time.
The district’s website now includes information about school-based budgets, facilities and community resources at the city’s public schools.