“I can’t let something go, not when I know I’m right. ... Call me unsatisfactory? That’s a guy who doesn’t try,” says Mr. Giansante.
A mix of state and federal funds is earmarked for organizations that oppose abortion and pledge not to recommend artificial birth control.
Officials: It’s too early to tell if debris is from U.S. cargo ship that sent distress signal during Hurricane Joaquin,
The pope today is convening a summit of bishops at the Vatican that runs through Oct. 25.
Researchers at the University of Missouri found even 10-minute jaunts can help offset reduced blood flow caused by sitting.
The share of higher-wage jobs for workers without a four-year college degree has shrunk, although Pittsburgh ranks higher than many cities.
National Education Association leaders said Hillary Rodham Clinton came to the board meeting at their request.
Meanwhile, an activist group said Russia’s air raids have killed 39 civilians over the three past days.
By Saturday afternoon, the White House said President Obama had declared an emergency in South Carolina.
The monsignor called for changes in Catholic teachings against homosexual activity on the eve of a major church meeting on the family.
It was the second fatal attack on an Israeli family in three days.
About 200 migrants broke through security Friday, forcing a temporary suspension of both passenger and freight rail services.
Investigators had previously said the 26-year-old shooter was killed by the officers who raced to the rampage at Umpqua Community College.
The 12-nation Trans-Pacific Partnership will create a free trade zone covering 40 percent of the world economy.
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Policing the use of force by their own troopers, the Pennsylvania State Police routinely come out of shooting inquiries without fault.
Some residents want information on where archers are shooting deer in Mt. Lebanon.
“This event is utterly tragic, inexcusable, and possibly even criminal," U.N. Human Rights chief Zeid Ra'ad Al Hussein said.
In the wake of a mass shooting at Umpqua Community College in Oregon, experts say action is sometimes needed.
Can youths in “hackathon” help struggling city help itself?
The $18.4 million Frick Environmental Center in Frick Park will be the world’s 6th self-sustaining Living Building when it opens next year.
Authorities said Christopher Sean Harper-Mercer wore a flak jacket and brought six guns and five ammunition magazines to the school.
The economy added just 142,000 jobs last month, depressed by job cuts by manufacturers and oil drillers.
The president instead called on Congress to join him in forging a longer-term deal.
The dead included the six crew members, all American armed forces personnel.
The Russian aerial assaults, which began Wednesday, have surprised and angered the United States and its Western and Arab allies.
Tons of dirt and trees flattened dozens of flimsy houses when many residents had gone home for the night.
The Vatican said the only “real audience” Pope Francis had in Washington, D.C., was with a small group that included a gay couple.
Starting today, homebuyers will have access to new standardized forms to replace ones that might have varied widely from lender to lender.
Arthur W. Ticknor was an executive with firms including Union Switch and Signal and American Standard Inc.
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A bill advancing through Congress would give judges more discretion to sentence below the mandatory minimum for nonviolent offenders.
A state courts spokesman said today that it had hired a Pittsburgh law firm to look into the matter.
Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf has imposed cost-saving measures in light of a budget impasse that is now in its fourth month.
Also, PennDOT says there will be a full closure of Parkway West’s inbound lanes, weather permitting, from 9 tonight through Monday morning.
Officials today described the gunman as an alienated young man who appeared to have a particular animus against religion.
Post-Gazette summer 2015 interns offer a glimpse into what college is really like.
Red-Pirates rivalry goes way back and has provided interesting moments for one mixed marriage.
The measure would require the president to certify that victims of terror receive compensation before Iran gets economic relief.
Despite a veto threat, the House approved a multibillion-dollar defense policy bill.
Only 3 percent of the state’s 63,000 family farms qualify for the designation of Century Farm or Bicentennial Farm.
The exhibit is titled “We Live Here.” Pieces will be auctioned tonight at an event at 21st Street Coffee and Tea.
Government troops seized control of Kunduz on Thursday.
Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov says, aims to establish a caliphate from “Portugal to Pakistan.”
Hurricane Joaquin is seen as less likely to pose a major threat to the Eastern United States.
Russian expands its involvement in Syria’s civil war.
The school’s planetarium can take students worlds away or bring them right out of the front door.
About 12 employees of the district have been identified as owing back real estate taxes to the district.