At least five justices have signaled they would strike the North Carolina law barring convicted sex offenders from Facebook and Twitter.
The Japanese auto parts maker was guilty in concealing an air bag defect blamed for at least 16 deaths.
No one should expect to pay less for medicine anytime soon, experts say, though the move may help slow the rise in prices for some drugs.
Declarations from about 250 women and men allege that female employees were groped, demeaned and urged to sexually cater to their bosses.
The updated version comes with the classic “Snake” game, promises a battery that lasts a month on standby, and comes in flashier colors.
The measures change how property owners, contractors and subcontractors obtain liens on certain projects.
The Priory owner expands his empire, joining in a North Side bank’s renovation and buying the Westinghouse Castle, The Mansions on Fifth.
Breaking with Republican orthodoxy, he said the Trump administration will work quickly to re-do the North American Free Trade Agreement.
Of the passengers, company founder Elon Musk says they “are entering this with their eyes open, knowing that there is some risk here.”
The vinyl banner atop Mount Washington was still in place at the 5 p.m. cutoff ordered by the city solicitor in a letter last week
Pennsylvania health officials say the budget shortfall that would be created by reduced federal spending would be impossible to fill.
Court refuses to rehear case of former Massey Energy CEO Don Blankenship in connection with the deadliest U.S. mine disaster in four
New Jersey environmental regulators have approved a plan to run a natural gas pipeline through a federally protected forest preserve
Any day now, petroleum market analysts expect U.S. gasoline prices to begin rising as refineries shut down to complete routine maintenance.
Rules force Internet providers to protect the data they have on you; now the FCC wants to put those on hold
Following petitions from numerous industry groups, the FCC is now attempting to put the data security rules on ice.
Mining companies challenged the agency in federal court.
Doctors and healthcare workers ask Marcellus Shale Coalition to stop opposing regulation of unhealthy drilling emissions.
For some investors, a time horizon of one or two years is “long-term” — for others it’s a holding period of 20 years or more.
The state Senate bill would ensure that Pittsburgh’s currently suspended 2015 ordinance mandating paid sick leave will never take effect.
Minnesota’s failure to renew a water permit at the company’s iron ore mine muddies the regulatory climate in the Land of Sky Blue Waters.
AARP says changing the “age band rating” could make health insurance unaffordable for those 50-64.
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Brookline, Greenfield and Highland Park saw home prices exceed the average increase in the Pittsburgh market in 2015 and 2016.
A federal judge has ordered the Department of Health & Human Services to complete a corrective action plan by Sept. 4.
Unfortunately, these friendly gestures of gratitude are now grounds for getting reprimanded by human resources.
What happens when an auto reviewer gets a chance to “test drive” some of the oldest foreign cars still rolling on Pittsburgh’s roads.
The Olympus EM-1 Mark II works so well that Olympus used a bird of prey gliding toward the camera at close range to demonstrate its ability.
The Christian-themed non-profit announces it will be closing because its sales are no longer able “to sustain our business.”
Lungs at Work, a clinic in McMurray, provides health care and legal services to coal miners at a time when benefits are under threat.
The president is preparing to start reshaping the central bank’s approach to monetary policy and Wall Street oversight.
Business briefs: HHGregg said to prepare for bankruptcy as soon as next month; Boeing to open its first European plant — in post-Brexit U.K.
HHGregg Inc., the 61-year-old seller of appliances and electronics, is preparing to file for bankruptcy as it grapples with slumping sales.
Nielsen Holdings is acquiring Rhiza Inc, a company that provides media and consumer analytics software.
Google is accusing a former engineer of stealing technology that is propelling Uber's effort to assemble a fleet of automated vehicles
J.C. Penney says it will be closing anywhere from 130 to 140 stores as it aims to improve profitability in the era of online shopping
Each task force will make recommendations on which regulations to repeal or simplify, Trump said.
New Jersey regulators are set to vote on whether a natural gas pipeline should run through the federally protected Pinelands region.
Company will pay $9.5 million in penalties for Gulf of Mexico violations from a 2012 offshore platform fire that killed three workers
The Texas-based company building the Dakota Access pipeline says oil could be flowing in less than two weeks
Calgon Carbon posts loss for fourth quarter and lower 2016 earnings, weighed down by acquisitions, strong dollar, and soft global economy
Trump has lashed out at U.S. companies for moving operations and jobs to countries such as Mexico.
The president declared their collective commitment to restoring factory jobs lost to foreign competition.
The township introduced an ordinance limiting dispensaries and growers/processors to conditional uses in commercial and industrial zones.
The authority was unable to develop a multi-modal transportation facility at the site and will sell the land for $850,000.
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But the Cranberry safety product company’s fourth quarter results fall shy of Wall Street estimates.
Deadline could spark another showdown with the advertising company, which has not said whether it will remove the cliffside sign.
Michael Polite, who has been on the board of the August Wilson Center since August 2015, will take over as board chair from Maxwell King.
Problems at the Butler Street restaurant included a rodent infestation.
The chemicals producer said its strategy to focus on wood treatments instead of carbon products is reaping benefits.
Argo AI, the artificial intelligence start-up Ford endorsed earlier this month, will make its headquarters in the Strip District.