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In the clinical trial, immune cells will be activated and infused back into patients to fight lung cancer.
During WWII, he was taken prisoner by the Germans and remained in captivity until the end of the war.
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Republican presidential nominee once again talks about Ted Cruz’s father and his possible links to the man who shot President John Kennedy.
Anti-hazing laws had applied only to college students, but Gov. Tom Wolf signed a bill in May extending it to seventh through 12th graders.
Some families of the passengers and crew are angry over the decision to stop what is already the most expensive search in aviation history.
Trump spent much of his first news conference since accepting the nomination re-litigating his primary fight with Cruz, of Texas.
Ira Lubert’s election was uncontested, but some alumni trustees had been vocal earlier about their hesitance to elect him.
Politics and reluctant financiers are some of the problems that plague the highly-publicized deal.
Dr. George McCollum, 87, retired from his family practice Friday after serving the community for more than half a century.
Many universities use merit aid to bring in top students, but critics worry that it takes money away from students in need.
Turkish officials plan to come to the U.S. next week to push for the extradition of Fethullah Gulen, who is living in the Poconos.
Officer Matthew Gerald served three tours in Iraq in the Army before joining the police force nine months ago at age 41.
In addition to the targets selected by scientists, NASA will receive data on rocks selected based on parameters such as size, color and
The city expects 6,000 delegates and alternates, 15,000 reporters, and anywhere from 30,000 to 50,000 protesters to descend on the city.
Designation of Fallingwater and nine other Frank Lloyd Wright-designed buildings on World Heritage List is put on hold by U.N. committee.
The university announced a collaboration of industry, academia and government as part of its year-old NextManufacturing Center.
State officials say they have to look for another source for $450 million the Pennsylvania Turnpike commission pays to PennDOT each year.
In announcing his candidacy, the former leader of the Ku Klux Klan said he was “overjoyed” with Donald Trump’s campaign.
Police said the shootings were a terrorist attack and the shooter died from a self-inflicted gunshot wound.
June’s unemployment report may disappoint some economists who have bemoaned low workforce participation as a sign of weakness.
Virginia Sen. Tim Kaine is known for working across party lines, but some Democrats dislike his support of free trade and Wall Street.
Ira M. Lubert, 66, will lead the Penn State University board for a year. The school’s trustees voted 34-0 to elect him chairman.
In-state undergraduates at the university will pay about 2 percent more, while sharper price hikes await out-of-state students.
All outbound/eastbound traffic will continue to exit via the 10th Street Bridge detour.
Clinton is expected to announce her running mate for the Nov. 8 election today.
The Republican nominee warns of crisis, while the Republican party crumbles.
Bamboo Garden and Rowdy BBQ were cited for recurring health code violations.
The aircraft, an AN-32, left the southern port city of Chennai at 8:30 a.m. today, officials said.
GOP presidential nominee Donald Trump promises ‘no lies,’ but twists facts on taxes, crime, foreign affairs and more.
Donald Trump accepted the Republican nomination at the GOP National Convention Thursday night in Cleveland.
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Former Chief Justices Ronald D. Castille and Stephen Zappala Sr. and lawyer Richard A. Sprague contend revised language is “deceitful,”
The Federal Police said in a statement that the suspects belonged to a group called the Defenders of Sharia.
Culex mosquitoes are much more widespread, something that would necessitate new strategies to combat the disease.
The memo was written by a priest who was working in the top ranks of the archdiocese and was the liaison to lawyers conducting the inquiry.
U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May meets with President Francois Hollande in Paris.
Plagued by allegations that he forced out a former anchor after she spurned his sexual advances.
The shooting comes amid weeks of violence involving police.
Just 49 years old, the first-term Democrat from Hawaii died of pancreatic cancer.
Parliament voted 346-115 to approve the national state of emergency.
Mohamed Lahouaiej Bouhlel, the 31-year-old Tunisian-born driver of the truck that killed 84, had contemplated an attack as early as 2015.
Two investigators in the state Office of Attorney General are reviewing the defunct Second Mile, which Jerry Sandusky started in 1977.
As mandated costs continue to rise, districts are responding by cutting supplies, raising property taxes and leaving some positions vacant.
Be cautious of how much sun you take in. Skin cancer is diagnosed in about 3.3 million Americans every year.
Barbara Hafer, 72, of Indiana, was charged Wednesday with two counts of making false statements to federal agents.
The man who gave Fox it’s news direction for nearly 20 years is let go after allegations of sexual harassment.