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The mammoth IPO that offered eager investors seemingly unlimited growth potential and a way to tap into the burgeoning Chinese middle class.
British Prime Minister David Cameron promised that commitments made to Scotland during the campaign “will be honored in full.”
Six million people are locked inside their homes for three days amid the most sweeping effort against disease since the Middle Ages.
Pennsylvania’s ranking marks a steady slide toward the bottom, dragged down by decrepit bridges, narrow rural roads, deaths and traffic.
Pittsburgh Public Schools Superintendent Linda Lane is working on a three-school plan for science, technology, engineering, arts and math.
A national conference is being held in Green Tree to help organizations eliminate health disparities among African immigrants and refugees.
Nik Wallenda is all about spectacle, a showman who crossed Niagara Falls and an Arizona gorge on a high wire.
Chairman Keith Masser said the board discussed the controversial report during its executive session Friday in University Park.
The printer is among more than 5,000 pounds of cargo that is stuffed into a SpaceX Dragon capsule for a pre-dawn liftoff today.
The revisions are the latest change to a national food safety overhaul that was first signed into law in 2011.
President Barack Obama and Vice President Joe Biden launched the “It’s On Us” initiative.
But U.S. District Judge Lewis Kaplan declined to accept Adel Abdel Bary’s plea.
The move comes in response to the furor over a German caught selling secrets to the United States and revelations from Edward Snowden.
It was the first airstrike by a U.S. ally since the announcement that a coalition of countries would move to confront the Islamic State.
PLUS: Russia plans Web action; S. Korean warning shots; storm cripples Manila.
PLUS: White House intruder; war on citrus scourge; ex-governor convicted; McDonnell wants new trial; autopsy reviewed.
For many Pittsburgh-area Scots, pride, history were involved in decision.
Exploration of a possible merger between school districts Cornell and Moon Area will continue as long as both sides show interest.
The Pennsylvania Turnpike between Butler Valley and Allegheny Valley exits will be closed in both directions for five hours.
State police said one person was taken to Allegheny General Hospital after the four-vehicle crash, which occurred at 7:45 a.m.
The former Olympic swimmer earned her college degree from the University of Pittsburgh at the age of 60,
Trooper Connie Devens said residents in Price and Barrett in Monroe County should stay inside.
Convicted felon shoots, kills his 6 grandchildren, daughter, himself in small Florida town
Top banking executive who always kept family dinner a priority
The former chief investment officer of the State Employees’ Retirement System can “move on” now that a probe into his tenure is over.
New Islamic State video depicts captive British journalist John Cantlie warning against the folly of the coming war effort.
Police in Sydney arrest 15 suspects, then free nine of them, in alleged Islamic State-linked plot to carry out beheadings in Australia.
Two Republican senators challenge nonprofit climate-change advocacy group’s spending of federal grant money.
People no longer seem to believe thriftiness pays off.
Discord is mounting between President Barack Obama and military leaders over a blanket presidential prohibition on ground combat.
Alabama’s two U.S. senators urged federal judge in their state to step down after he was charged with battery.
Sens. Bob Casey and Jay Rockefeller jointly offer bill to provide fair treatment to coal miners pursuing black lung benefit claims.
Flu vaccine season has arrived, and that means different shots for different folks.
The White House, by executive order, is offering a national strategy to combat the threat of antibiotic resistance because of overuse.
President Obama spurns request by Ukraine’s president for lethal military aid to counter Russia’s aggression.
Post-Gazette reporter Moriah Balingit and photographer Julia Rendleman traveled to eastern Nepal to report on lives of Bhutanese refugees.
Agents use body-worn cameras; VA to boost salaries; New York terror alert; Man charged in wildfire; Internet boosts economy
Alibaba, the e-commerce company started in 1959, cemented its reputation as a symbol of China’s economic emergence by raising $21.8 billion.
"We gather here in sorrow, disbelief and anger," the Rev. Thomas M. Muldowney told those inside the filled-to-capacity church.
It shows itself with symptoms of fever of more than 101 degrees, runny nose, coughing, sneezing and sometimes rash.
A train was having mechanical issues at the Gateway Center subway station and in Washington County by a jack-knifed tractor trailer on I-79.
Two people were reported to have been trapped, dispatchers said. Police said at least one person was transported by medical helicopter.
The new settlements total $132,500 and end lawsuits filed by five corrections officers or supervisors.
The state Education Department will conduct a public review of the standards as requested by Gov. Tom Corbett.
The county Health Department director said the CDC has no confirmed cases of Enterovirus D68 in the region.
Scotland has opted against breaking up the United Kingdom to become an independent nation. The margin was 55 percent to 45 percent.
Dickson, Shaffer and Fairless elementaries would close, along with the district administrative building on Greensburg Pike.
U.S. Steel Corp. to pay $300,000 penalty for exceeding emissions limit at new coke battery.
Pittsburgh Parking Authority says drivers using the pay stations that replaced parking meters two years ago leads to less tickets issued.
Kevin Quigley, also a Pittsburgh Democratic ward chairman, had charges dismissed when his girlfriend wouldn’t pursue charges.