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Over decades, Dr. Robert Arnold has pioneered ways to deliver the right medicine for the very sick, emphasizing comfort and communication.
Officer Charles Kondek, 45, was gunned down in Tarpon Springs, about 30 miles northwest of Tampa, after responding to a call around 2 a.m.
Officials are still trying to determine how to regulate the new industry.
Federal mine safety officials credit changes they've made since the Upper Big Branch disaster in April 2010.
The three-time world heavyweight champion, who is battling Parkinson's, is being treated by his team of doctors and is in stable condition.
The proposal was seen by analysts as a typical ploy by the North to try to show that it is sincere.
A state legislative election proposal could have an indirect impact on congressional districts because they are drawn by state lawmakers.
Federal rating system for colleges would help parents guide their children to schools whose graduates make a good living,
Also appearing before parliament, shaking their fists in victory, were three convicted spies just released from long U.S. prison terms.
Its modest achievements were overshadowed by partisan gridlock, investigations and sharp clashes capped by a government shutdown.
The transfer fulfilled a request from the new Afghan president, Ashraf Ghani, in what U.S. officials characterized as a show of goodwill.
The infamous world War II battle forced Albert Darago and others to improvise.
The company contends Mississippi’s Jim Hood was improperly influenced by Hollywood studios that are trying to crack down on pirated movies.
Soldiers in parts of Belgium and France climbed out of their soggy, muddy trenches to seek a shred of humanity amid the horrors of war
Plus: Anthrax report issued; Record auto recalls; Bus crash hurts dozens; Negative Ebola test; Obamas start vacation.
Plus: Kurdish fighters break siege; Ebola cases still rising; Russia derides sanctions; French police attacked.
Trucks have become safer to drive than ever. So why are they involved in so many accidents?
Are attorneys general nationwide showing discretion, or abdication, when they refuse to uphold laws they deem unconstitutional?
Three adults were arrested and charged with buying stolen lead, often in the form of bullet-shaped rifle balls pilfered by boys employed at
There sometimes is overlap between Pennsylvania legislators’ official duties and outside interests.
Pennsylvania lawmakers rarely abstain from voting on legislation related to their outside interests.
Pennsylvania’s “full-time” legislators often have outside income, with little disclosure or oversight.
Departing president’s top assistant had been hired without required credentials.
Port Authority has fired two bus drivers who face criminal charges in connection with a Sept. 22 crash on the Parkway North.
The release of test scores for 2013-14 show that scores among the schools for the most part hovered close to where they were a year ago.
The Pittsburgh Penguins had some concerns about mumps after playing teams with stricken players but visited the hospital anyway.
Other than pornographic emails, a state Supreme Court review found no improper email between the court and Attorney General’s office.
A former Salvation Army bell ringer is paying $21,000 for rings that a widow placed inside a red donation kettle in Boston.
Tom Wolf will be sworn as the state’s 47th governor on Jan. 20.
The president spoke at his end-of-the-year press conference.
Sony Pictures Entertainment’s chief executive on Friday rebuked the president’s comment that the company made a “mistake.”
President Barack Obama predicted Friday that change will come to Cuba with a thaw in diplomatic relations between the two nations.
President Barack Obama on Friday cast the Keystone pipeline project as important to Canadian oil producers.
Pakistan on Friday executed two convicted terrorists in response to school massacre, its first executions in years.
An inquiry into the CIA’s search of a Senate investigative panel’s computers will yield no disciplinary action.
Plus: Five dead from listeria infections; federal oversight for MetLife; Chrysler to expand a recall of air bag inflators
PLUS: Mother arrested in killings; Israel hits Gaza; Israeli spy arrested; Iran honors Jews; Putin critic charged.
An armed man walked up to two officers in a patrol car and opened fire, then ran into a subway station and committed suicide, police said.
William Simmons, former director of the Shuman Juvenile Detention Center, filed a lawsuit in federal court Friday claiming he was
The Ethics Commission is in charge of oversight, but it’s largely toothless. Are there solutions to prevent conflicts of interest?
The program includes open house at the governor’s mansion, a children’s program and an evening “Let’s Get Started” celebration.
The easing of some restrictions will be “one of the best things to ever happen in the travel industry,” says one travel agent.
Lyft wants its drivers to be quirky and personable, leaving plenty of room for creativity.
Seamus McCaffery resigned his high court seat following the disclosure that he sent emails containing pornography to the AG’s office.
Sandusky’s attorney Chuck Benjamin said today that the State Employees’ Retirement System issued a 122-page opinion with the decision.
The advisory was in effect until 9 a.m. with a possible accumulation of ice from freezing drizzle and a trace of snow.
The judge says she needs more time to resolve disagreements about which documents the NCAA must produce.
The former Penn State assistant football coach, convicted of multiple sex offenses, was trying to win back a $4,900-a-month state pension.
The state’s November unemployment rate was the lowest it has been in more than six years.
The FBI said it has enough evidence to conclude that North Korea was behind the punishing breach of the Hollywood studio.