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Gunmen fired warning shots as international observers tried to enter Crimea and a Ukrainian border patrol plane came under fire.
Edinboro University's wheelchair basketball programs teach independence and prepare athletes for working world.
In 2013, slot machines in the Keystone State paid out, on average, 89.9 cents for every dollar wagered.
A pothole doesn't care where it lives. But someone does: In some Pittsburgh neighborhoods, they're far quicker to be filled than in others.
Insurers CAN renew health policies into 2017, even though they don't meet minimum coverage requirements under the federal health care law.
Bricolage Theater stages a multimedia performance highlighting sexual assault in the military.
The seizure of Zara is the latest reported government advance in its effort to seal the porous border with Lebanon.
U.S. firms want any economic sanctions to be imposed by a coalition of nations, not America alone.
Alvin Clemens told the meeting he regrets being part of misinformed decision by trustees to fire famed football coach Joe Paterno.
The State System chancellor said the matter is still under review and may yet yield a systemwide approach.
Dogs may look like they know they're guilty of something, but don't believe it.
Upbeat Meals on Wheels clients are demonstrating that getting through harsh times is all about the attitude.
Tom Wolf, the free-spending Democratic candidate for governor, got a broad and early show of Western Pennsylvania support
Katie McGinty, one of the Democratic contenders for governor, favored the crowd with a few bars from "When Irish Eyes are