Here’s a peek at the dollars and cents behind the events in Washington.
Allegheny Health will offer those who call before 11 a.m. suggestions on an appropriate doctor who has time to see them.
A man accused of supplying the weapon that another man used to fatally shoot a Pennsylvania state trooper has waived his right to a
Organizers say the goal of the Resistance Forum is to preserve policies and institutions that progressives hold dear.
The strikes were carried out overnight and were authorized by President Barack Obama, marking perhaps his final use of military force.
Officials are in the final stages of sealing off a heavily fortified security zone encompassing the Capitol and the historic National Mall.
On Route 28 south/inbound, a multi-vehicle crash had traffic backed up just south of the Millvale exit.
Officials said the avalanche covered the three-story hotel in the central region of Abruzzo, where earthquakes hit the region a day earlier.
Iran's state-run Press TV: 30 firefighters killed in collapse of iconic Tehran high-rise building engulfed by blaze.
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Attention was turning to which nominees may be confirmed Friday as a Senate panel favorably reported James Mattis’ nod for defense chief.
Vernessa Hines and supporters want charges filed against Kevin Murray. She also demanded wiretapping charges against her son be dropped.
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One claim involves whether a system for paying thousands of Russian-American pensioners may have been used to pay some email hackers.
The man who once pledged to rule the West African nation for a billion years was clinging to power.
Iraqi Army Gen. Talib Shaghati, who commands the counter-terrorism forces, said plans were now being drawn up to retake the western part.
Credit Suisse will pay a $2.5 billion civil penalty and $2.8 billion in consumer relief, to be paid over five years after the settlement.
The new regulations include setting new limits on what it may do with large sets of digital files that might contain private information.
Private contributions reached $1.5 million for Pittsburgh’s bicentennial celebrations last year. The city is poised to kick in $250,000.
He was a former Jesuit school valedictorian who conjured a tale of demonic possession and gave millions the fright of their lives.
As Donald Trump is sworn in at noon Friday, an activist group will hold a “People’s Inauguration” at Freedom Corner in the Hill District.
It’s the first time that temperatures have blown past the previous record three years in a row. Pittsburgh saw its second-warmest year.
The communities that sent Donald Trump to the White House are struggling, and they will be watching his administration closely.
Moira Kaleida, the sponsor of the designation, acknowledges the measure would be largely symbolic.
Mr. Armitage, 83, died Sunday at the Longwood at Oakmont Retirement Community.
The record settlement is the second for the giant drug distributor. In 2008, McKesson paid a $13.25 million fine over similar allegations.
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Police say the pair are suspected of supplying up to 35,00 doses of heroin in the Washington County area in less than a year.
The move is a formality because the man convicted of killing three Pittsburgh police officers still has several levels of appeals remaining.
Oxford Development Company scraps plans for iconic skyscraper in sale of Downtown property.
The 92-year-old, who had been hospitalized since Saturday, underwent a procedure “to protect and clear his airway that required sedation.”
Port Authority is hearing more concerns about riders always entering the front door than it is about the new fare policy that began Jan. 1.
President Barack Obama said that he did not expect to weigh in on day-to-day policy debates after departing the White House this week.
Aliquippa-based doughnut shop places a wager with its Boston counterpart over who has the goods to win Sunday’s AFC Championship game.
One challenge will uniting a country after running a divisive campaign.
The closure is on a bridge that carries the highway in the area of the West Newton/Mt. Pleasant Exit 51 in South Huntingdon.
The numbers drawn Tuesday night — 03-04-12-15-39 — mean each ticket-holder wins $666,667, less applicable tax.
Obama is planning more commutations in his final days in office after a dramatic move to cut short convicted leaker Manning's sentence.
scientists reported today that the Earth reached its highest temperature on record in 2016 — trouncing a record set only a year earlier.
The video taken by a visitor to the Circle B Bar Reserve on Sunday shows the gator estimated to be about 12-feet long.
A grand jury said Dwight Allen, 55, was on board a flight from Pittsburgh when he assaulted and intimidated a flight attendant.
At least 33 were killed when an explosives-laden vehicle targeted a camp housing armed groups in northern Mali.
The first quake, with a preliminary magnitude of 5.3, hit the region north of Amatrice.
After being rejected by the Trump team, Charlie Brotman, 89, decided to work that day for the Washington, D.C., region’s NBC station, NBC4.
The government has the authority to restrict rallies in the public space located between 13th and 14th streets on Pennsylvania Avenue NW.
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Meanwhile, as the Michigan billionaire was facing a partisan assault, Rep. Ryan Zinke, R-Mont., made his case to be interior secretary.
A Washington Post-ABC News poll had his favorability rating at 40 percent, compared with Barack Obama’s 79 percent before inauguration.
The court’s eventual decision could call into question the constitutionality of “Blaine Amendments” in 38 states across the country.