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Although Pope Francis’ people aren’t confirming it yet, Philadelphia Archbishop Charles Chaput said the pontiff has accepted an invitation.
The report does not recommend criminal charges, it does make recommendations for training, as well as suggested changes to state law.
Mayday’s odd alliance will spend $12 million to help elect lawmakers who back curbing influence of wealthy donors.
Fierce fighting on Monday gripped a dozen towns in eastern Ukraine, blocking an international police force from reaching the wreckage of
Islamic State fighters sought to blow up 840-year-old leaning tower, but residents formed human chain to guard it, and militants backed
The small dip is adding to concerns about the strength of the economic recovery.
Annual trustees forecast of two largest entitlement programs shows forces reining in health care spending are extending Medicare funds.
Poll shows minority voters very aware of climate change issues and supportive of political candidates who make the issue a priority.
The region will see a 52 percent increase in spending on roads, bridges and transit.
The standout athlete at the former Homestead High School died Sunday.
PLUS: Southwest Airlines faces fine; surveillance programs criticized; Virginia's same-sex marriage ban overturned; sex-abuse suspect
PLUS: China targets church symbols; oil fire rages in Libya; Liberia borders nearly closed; U.S.: Russia violated pact; Russia loses Yukos
As state financial aid application deadlines approach, scammers are targeting college students and families.
Samuel Elkind spent 47 years as a violinist with the PSO.
A stroke prevention and rehabilitation talk at UPMC, Monroeville, is among this week’s health events.
With tight margins and a tough operating environment, UPMC is finding ways to cut costs.
Pennsylvania legislation is pending to allow data sharing of prescription drugs among doctors and pharmacists, but the ACLU opposes it.
Addiction to opioids can be insidious for patients, but new Pennsylvania guidelines can give doctors more tools to ward off problems.
Mihir Garimella, an incoming freshman at Fox Chapel Area High School, is one of 90 finalists in a global competition.
Troy Dawkins, 46, who has addresses in Aliquippa and on the North Side, admitted to conspiracy to distribute heroin.
Letter asks NCAA President Mark Emmert to rescind the remaining sanctions because of the harm they’re causing student-athletes.
Cell extraction is the forcible removal of a prisoner from a cell by a tactical team armed with less-lethal weapons such as Tasers.
Lyft's hearing before a panel of administrative law judges will be Aug. 7 and 8; Uber's hearing will be Aug. 18 and 19.
Israel will press its air and ground offensive in the Gaza Strip, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said Monday.
A repeat of the show will repeat at 8 tonight.
The wreck occurred shortly before 9:45 a.m.
The prime minister of eight years is feeling pressure from multiple fronts.
Officials fearful of the virus outbreak spreading to Nigeria.
U.S. also says rockets were fired from Russia into eastern Ukraine.
France on Sunday called for its nationals to evacuate the country.
The vessel is part of the Rim of the Pacific exercise of Hawaii.
House and Senate leaders’ plan calls for more clinics, doctors and nurse.
PLUS: Phila. hospital shooting; Lightning strike kills 1; Spider-Man fights police.
One group is pushing the convention to adopt a formal anti-harassment policy.
Democrats and Republicans weigh how much of President Barack Obama’s supplemental request to allocate.
Jerry Brown will lead a group of more than 100 lawmakers, administration officials, lobbyists and business leaders this week.
PLUS: Air Algerie black boxes sent to Paris; Costa Concordia’s journey ends; Norway threat reduced; Catalan leader confesses.
Proposed solutions, like affiliations between health centers, networks, ensure uninsured and under-insured don’t fall through the cracks.
According to the National Bureau of Economic Research and the Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System, you are miserable.
Bel Kaufman’s best-seller “Up the Down Staircase” has sold more than 6 million copies.
Gov. Corbett cited the gap in revenue projections earlier this month when he vetoed $65 million in funding for the General Assembly and $7.
The Delany Scholars Program, a district initiative that provided mentoring and academic help, ended last month when funding ran out.
American students don‘t know much about World War I even though teachers are trying.
He also had a legislative interest in the environment and clean water.
A house fire in Luzerne County in northeastern Pennsylvania has claimed the life of a 65-year-old woman.
The governor's adviser on higher education keeps a low profile and an open schedule.
Plus: Turkish police arrested; Black boxes found in Mali; Tunisian soldiers killed; Pope slams mafia again; Unrest in Nigeria
In 15 of the 25 states with statewide primaries, turnout was the lowest ever.
The extended pause was to last until midnight today.
About 150 U.S. personnel were taken to safety in neighboring Tunisia.