The 2013 lease for the Trump International Hotel expressly forbids any federal official from participating or benefiting from the project.
Research links the high number of suicides and drug overdoses to the loss of middle-income jobs for those without secondary education.
The money would come in the latest round of state redevelopment assistance capital grant funding.
Four environmental organizations file notice of intent to sue to get Allegheny Ludlum in Brackenridge to reduce air pollution.
As Virginia and its public utilities cope with coal ash lying along state waterways, more of the industrial byproduct is being imported
Pittsburgh coatings giant PPG’s top executive took the negotiations to the Netherlands Thursday, telling reporters that a hostile bid for
Replacing Obama’s health care reforms would bring the biggest changes ever to the government program for people who are poor and disabled.
A collection of Democrats make a case to fix the Affordable Care Act, rather than dumping it.
A company is facing opposition as it seeks one of the final pieces of approval needed to carry wind power from the heartland to the east
The developer plans to meet with residents to discuss their concerns about, traffic, light and noise at the site near Freedom Drive South.
New York officials call on Democratic Gov. Andrew Cuomo to halt tax subsidy program that would allow three aging nuclear plants to stay
Report says the number of coal-fired power plants being built worldwide is plunging, raising the possibility global climate goals can be
Activists who want to derail the Keystone XL pipeline are mobilizing to make their case to a commission that will decide the project's fate
New Jersey's Democratic U.S. senators have written regulators with concerns over a proposed pipeline to carry natural gas from Pennsylvania
It was the second time in 15 months that an alert was posted at the Oakland eatery.
The Pittsburgh Foundation’s new #SafetyNetPGH online fundraiser aims to raise more than $1 million for hungry, homeless and others in need.
Pittsburgh coatings company executive calls speedy rejection of sweetened offer “shocking.”
Cancer diagnostics firm signs two partnership deals, including one with the University of Pittsburgh, three months after buyout.
The long-promised GOP health bill to repeal and replace Obama's Affordable Care Act is on the brink.
Township Planning Commission will consider a conditional use permit for the proposed medical complex at a meeting Thursday night.
Annual estimates suggest metropolitan Pittsburgh lost more people in 2015-16 than anywhere besides Chicago.
After a shaky start, U.S. stocks finished mostly higher Wednesday as technology and industrial companies rose.
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The Impreza is definitely worth a “recommend” despite some drawbacks.
StarKist unveils five new flavors of its tuna in a pouch as it aims to reach customers looking for different flavors and convenience.
At a rare public gathering of robotics veterans, ventures like Uber, Argo AI and Iam Robotics reflected on their progress and competition.
Sears, once the monolith of American retail, says there is "substantial doubt" that it will be able to keep its doors open
Dutch paints maker spurns $24.2 billion offer from PPG saying it still undervalues the company.
The legislation would allow $15 million from the state's unemployment compensation trust fund to be used on the system.
Owner of Yinzers in the Burgh buys the Strip District building that houses the iconic Mike Feinberg Co. store
Kraft Heinz expands sustainability targets
A state Senate bill would establish some of Pennsylvania’s first standards specific to automated vehicles.
Cambria County wants to pitch its office space, skilled workforce, universities and recreation to the Steel City’s tech community
Avere Systems closed on a $14 million Series E funding round, bringing total amount raised to $97 million for the cloud data storage firm.
Five Pennsylvania doctors have written an open letter to state residents saying they are “seriously worried” about the health care bill
Akzo rebuffed PPG’s unsolicited $22.4 billion takeover bid on March 9, saying the offer substantially undervalued the company.
Forest City Realty Trust is considering a “significant” investment to update the Station Square landmark.
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Tech companies broadcast how good their products are, so we need people to see them from the user point of view.
Contests are becoming an increasingly popular way for insurers, health care systems and others to innovate.
Big law firms based in Pennsylvania faced a reality check in 2016, as weak demand for legal services took its toll.
The court of appeals ruled the anti-retaliation provision provides for damages of back wages, liquidated damages and other relief.
Support is falling off from Republicans in Pennsylvania, where 31 percent of residents are over 55.
Brandon Coughlin of Houston was due to be arraigned in federal court on charges of damaging a protected computer and wire fraud.
Jeff Jones, president of the ride-hailing company, is the latest of several high-level executives to leave Uber.
Two international bodies say world must shift energy production away from fossil fuels to prevent dangerous increase in global temperatures
Appeals court refuses request from American Indian tribes for “emergency” order to prevent oil from flowing through Dakota Access pipeline
A gallon of regular cost $2.52 as of Sunday, according to GasBuddy’s survey of more than 700 gas stations in the Pittsburgh region.
United Technologies confirmed Friday that the first wave of about 50 layoffs happened two weeks ago at its electronics plant in Huntington.
PurePenn LLC said its 2,000-page application describes production plans for pharmaceutical-grade cannabis-oil products for Pennsylvanians.