His bid to become president of the United States has got people scratching their heads.
A Palestinian toddler died Friday in a firebombing of a house in the West Bank that was being attributed to extremist Jewish settlers.
Trans-Pacific Parnership trade pact talks foundered Friday in Hawaii over contentious access and tariff disputes.
The accused killer of nine people in Charleston, S.C., church wants to plead guilty to federal charges.
The U.S. Coast Guard on Friday evening reluctantly ended its weeklong search in the Atlantic for two missing teenage fishermen.
Former Oakmont Country Club president died of Parkinson’s disease.
President Barack Obama on Friday signed a short-term transportation funding bill but scolded lawmakers.
Two University of Cincinnati officers who arrived after a colleague shot and killed an unarmed black driver won’t be charged for lying.
An Ebola vaccine tested in Guinea has proven effective in a preliminary study, the World Health Organization announced Friday.
Plus: Lion killer’s extradition; rift appears among Taliban; Kerry travels to Egypt; migrant crisis; war crimes case.
Organizers with labor unions and other groups vowed to lobby again to dismantle commercial insurers.
The ramp will close from 8 tonight until 8 a.m. Saturday for pavement repairs.
Delays are possible starting at 7 p.m.
The .380-caliber Sig Sauer, which had one bullet chambered, is the 10th firearm found in carry-on luggage this year at PIT, Mr. McCarthy
During the year that Gov. Chris Christie was head of the Republican Governors Association, Mr. Trump gave $250,000.
Seeking to accommodate an increasing number of bicycle riders, Pittsburgh plans to install new bike facilities this summer.
Investigators caution that it will take more time to determine if the debris is from vanished flight MH370.
People in the courtroom erupted into cheers and clapped when officer Ray Tensing’s bond was set at $1 million, drawing the ire of the judge.
Pittsburgh native and national journalist Howard Fineman tossed the first pitch at PNC Park Sunday. His love for his hometown ever deepens.
The superintendent and members of the staff were chosen to participate in a day-long White House school discipline summit.
The Afghan Taliban Shura, or Supreme Council, chose Mullah Omar’s deputy, Mullah Akhtar Mansoor, as its new leader.
Some senators expressed dismay that they were approving another short-term solution — instead of passing a long-term highway spending bill.
Plan to reduce greenhouse gas emissions is expected to be announced Monday.
The reported kidnapping is likely to be a new blow to the troubled program, which in its first year has trained only about 60 fighters.
Donald Trump has never said how he intends to find the illegal immigrants he wishes to deport.
Plus: Ruling on detainees, Lion killing investigated, Biden pushes Iran deal, Rapidly spreading brushfire in Calif.
In 1994, Congress amended the Higher Education Act to eliminate Pell Grant eligibility for inmates in federal and state prison.
Walter Palmer, a dentist in the Minneapolis suburb of Bloomington, has admitted killing the 13-year-old predator.
A new plan for the 50-year old Peters township plant would increase capacity by about 45 percent.
They denied a request by Woodville Associates to rezone 24 acres of land for a townhouse plan.
In the 1960s, Mary Alice Smith was half of the singing Bel Canto Duo and the voice behind religious services all around Pittsburgh.
At their meeting Monday, the Steel Valley School District approved new restrooms that will be more accessible to students with disabilities.
This is the second time John Turchek has received the honor, which grants him $40,000 to spend at the university.
Two hundred South Hills residents were on hand, along with many physicians in a variety of specialties.
The commission held a meeting to address developing a safer environment for all three.
More than 160 people from all over the country and Canada gathered last week at La Roche College to learn about genealogy.
Plus: Jury chosen for trial; Fighter jet ready; Guantanamo lobbying; Clinton emails released; $25 ATM limit in Kansas; Fla. panthers at
School news from Pittsburgh region’s west communities.
Restrictions will occur from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. in both directions between Perrysville Avenue and a point one mile north of Camp Horne Road.
Traffic will be detoured and Ross police will be stationed at the barricades.
The West Ohio Street Bridge in the city’s Allegheny West neighborhood will be temporarily closed today.
Traffic will be restricted to a single lane in both directions on a section of McKnight Road in McCandless.
The senator’s office said only one inspector is assigned to 919 train bridges in Pennsylvania.
The new law extends protections to all residential properties, whereas the existing law covers only residential zones.
The budget impasse could stanch the flow of $33 million per month to human services providers, County Executive Rich Fitzgerald said.
A panel heard hours of testimony raising concerns about testing requirements.
Ms. McMahon and WWE became involved with Children's Hospital after meeting 8-year-old Connor Michalek, a Hampton child battling a rare
The fare increase would have been Yellow Cab's first since 2008, according to the PUC filing.
Alan Lesgold worked to increase collaborations between the school and Pitt’s Learning Research and Development Center.
Plus: U.S. sanctions Russia, PKK hits Turkish forces, Ai WeiWei to travel to Berlin, Pacific talks at impasse