Fox News on Tuesday decided which 10 GOP contenders will take part in its televised presidential primary debate Thursday in Cleveland.
Obama and Netanyahu made dueling appeals Tuesday to U.S. Jewish leaders regarding the Iran nuclear accord.
The mother of Sandra Bland has filed a federal lawsuit says he was wrongly detained and improperly supervised in her cell.
Mullah Mohammad Omarain took refuge as a potato trader in a market in Karachi, Pakistan, while he was among the world’s most-wanted men.
A new federal regulation will require publicly traded companies to divulge the disparity between the pay to bosses and median employees.
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Dr. Pollock, who died of heart failure Friday at age 87.
If you miss the sunrise, you might miss other special things, too.
Elsie Hillman had been a nurturing force in a party that increasingly grew away from her.
After severe postpartum depression leads to his wife’s suicide, a McCandless man aims to raise money and awareness.
The only factor that seemed to make a big difference in a woman’s chance of finding relief after surgery was obesity — a BMI of 30 or above.
Dr. Jan. C. Seski proclaimed his innocence in a statement since the accusations were made against him — he said he wasn’t even there.
The victims and their lawyers worry that the $200 million ceiling could limit the compensation they receive.
On June 30, Gov. Tom Wolf, a Democrat, vetoed a Republican-crafted budget.
Richard S. Schweiker, a Norristown native, served 20 years U.S. House and Senate before serving in Ronald Reagan’s cabinet.
Pennsylvania has the fourth-highest total of veterans in the nation, and Allegheny County has the largest total in the state.
A revamp to the flagship university's branding image centers around the head and face of the Nittany Lion, its shield.
The “notice of intent to sue” details more than 300 emissions limit violations since the plant was reopened in April 2014.
Katie McGinty resigned last month as Gov. Tom Wolf’s chief of staff, clearing the way for her entry into the 2016 Senate race.
Health- and fitness-related events for the week.
American Airlines would join Delta Airlines and United Airlines in banning the transport of animals known in Africa as the “big five."
412 Build gives 24 teenagers each summer entrepreneurial training and networking with tech and community nonprofits.
The school board unanimously approved agreements with all three donor companies at its meeting Monday night.
The petition supporting Margie Winters, signed by 23,000 people, was organized by social justice group Faithful America.
A forum drew all but three of the 17 major Republican presidential contenders and focused on aggressive responses to illegal immigration.
A Republican bid to end federal funding of Planned Parenthood health services was blocked Monday by Senate Democrats.
The Gulf Cooperation Council backed Secretary of State John Kerry on Monday in his bid to win their support for the Iran nuclear deal.
China-U.S. ties are strained yet more because a rich and politically connected businessman has fled to the U.S. and may seek asylum.
The families of 16 victims of the Newtown, Conn., school shooting in 2012 will get about $94,000 each.
Jan Seski, the Murrysville doctor tied to an illegal lion hunt in Zimbabwe, is best known for his work in so-called bloodless surgery.
The Major Cities Chiefs Association, an organization of 66 police chiefs, met Monday to discuss the causes of rising homicides and violence.
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Condolences and messages of sympathy are pouring in upon the death of the philanthropist and well-known Republican figure.
Jan C. Seski of Murrysville is being attacked on social media after the Zimbabwe government linked him with an illegally killed lion.
Mrs. Hillman, the wife of billionaire Henry Hillman, was once described as "the Grand Duchess of the Pennsylvania Republican Party."
The devices log vast amounts of data, tracking number of calories burned, heart rate and sleep patterns among other information.
A Duke University study says 20 percent of children are such picky eaters that they could face impairments.
The statement did not indicate how many jobs might be at stake. Schools have until Oct. 31 to put numbers on any potential job reductions.
Maj. Tyree C. Blocker served in the state police from 1975 to 2005, starting as a trooper before rising through the ranks.
Pittsburgh-area pump prices have been on a steady decline for the last month.
The broader U.S. rules of engagement, approved July 31, came after rebels fighting IS were attacked by the Nusrah Front.
Drivers would have two options: pay using E-ZPass or have their license plates photographed and be billed by mail.
The talks were kept on hiatus until now amid political unrest that swept the country in the wake of the Arab Spring.
Israel’s security cabinet approved new measures Sunday against Israelis who attack Palestinians.
Prime Minister Stephen Harper broke with Canadian political tradition by formally opening the campaign in the middle of summer.
The president said the unprecedented carbon dioxide limits are the “single most important step” America has taken to fight climate change.
The Environmental Protection Agency will finalize measures that promise to upend a century of electrical power generation.
The agents detailed to the city represent a “flipping of the script of sorts,” interim police Commissioner Kevin Davis said.