"We've got two smart, tough women ... at the top of the ticket here in Pennsylvania," Sen. Warren said of Katie McGinty and Hillary Clinton.
Among the biggest items on the legislative agenda were planned votes to change pension benefits for new state and public school employees.
Veteran defense attorney Stan Levenson fell asleep several times during the trial for James Nassida and his sister, who were both convicted.
The bill, which would allow the state to revoke vehicle registration for those who don’t pay turnpike tolls, now goes to Gov. Tom Wolf.
Legislators are looking at potential measures backed by Gov. Tom Wolf and aimed at addressing prescribing rules, especially to minors.
Henry Sciortino led the Intergovernmental Cooperation Authority since 2004. The ICA board agreed not to renew his month-to-month contract.
The consequences of halting major fundraisers compounds the challenges facing a candidate and a party already straining to match the Dems.
The company said prescription medicines boosted its results while its top executive defended plan to buy Monsanto.
Chris Landolfi is seeking to raise money through GoFundMe to repair damaged property in State College following the Saturday game.
Activists say airstrikes in Syria have killed 17, mostly children, outside a school complex in the northern, rebel-held province of Idlib.
There will also be single-lane restrictions on West Carson Street between the Corliss Tunnel and the West End Bridge, through Nov. 10.
Now even Justin Timberlake has been forced to deal with the question of whether a ballot selfie is legal.
The state's highest court Tuesday deadlocked on whether to keep alive a lawsuit by two former Supreme Court justices and an attorney.
Iraqi forces move more than 1,000 from villages near front lines of battle to retake Islamic State-held city of Mosul
The government Monday projected sharp cost increases for President Barack Obama’s signature health care law.
A federal judge has approved a $14.7 billion settlement in the Volkswagen emissions-cheating case.
The United Nations said the Islamic State extremists may have executed nearly 200 people.
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As of Monday, the Florida Department of Health reported seven new travel-related Zika cases in the state.
Kenyans accused their government of not doing enough to protect them from a relentless menace.
Hangzhou Xiongmai Technology said customers failed to change their default passwords in millions of web-connected devices.
A new Gallup poll found sharp divisions between black and white Americans over the ways they viewed the recent protests.
Getachew Fekede was fired in March when he stopped showing up for work. A neighbor said he was being harassed by a co-worker.
The U.S. government’s Healthy People 2020 goals aim to have 81.9 percent of new mothers try nursing their infants.
The mid-October assault rescued 82 children, who were provided social services, and arrested 239 suspected pimps and fellow reprobates.
A decade ago, environmentalists and the federal government agreed to revive a 150-mile stretch of the San Joaquin River.
In the study, people tended to lie most readily when lying in the game would help both them and their partner.
U.S. courts: Electronic surveillance requests up 500 percent in D.C. area since 2011, almost all sealed cases
The release by the courts leaves unanswered how long, in what ways and for what crimes federal investigators tracked individuals’ data.
The instructions reiterate the Roman Catholic Church’s preference for burial over cremation.
An earlier proposal would have let the council president alone determine whether to impose such sanctions, including fines up to $500.
In-state tuition and fees for 2016-17 average $13,880 at four-year campuses, topped only by New Hampshire and Vermont.
Milton Washington was the owner of Allegheny Rehabilitation Housing Corp. which provided housing for low income people in the region.
The state Republican Party is challenging a law that says poll watchers must be from the county they monitor.
The vice president fired several salvos at the GOP nominee while offering an optimistic vision of the U.S. under the ex-secretary of state.
The measure the House and Senate will consider Wednesday would change the retirement benefits for future state and public school workers.
Both the GOP-controlled House and Senate split on whether those rights should be applied retroactively for victims abused decades ago.
The biggest offender on a list of scofflaws released by the Turnpike Commission is a New Jersey trucking company that owes $678,000.
Some $10 billion in aid to states would come with strings, which might force Pennsylvania to change its rules.
The airline will begin the new, early-morning flight on March 2 from Pittsburgh International Airport.
PennDOT has announced lane restrictions approaching the Fort Pitt Tunnel Wednesday night from 10 p.m. to 5 a.m. Thursday.
Penn State officials have not said who’s headlining the July 8 concert.
The Senate has voted to pass legislation that would, among other things, allow beer distributors to sell beer for off-site consumption.
Most of those killed at a Pakistani police academy in the southwestern city of Quetta were police cadets and recruits.
Medtronic said its “artificial pancreas” technology available next spring will offer better diabetes control with less effort.
The debate came as the race enters its final weeks, a near toss-up likely to be one of a few contests to determine control of the Senate.
But his team conceded that crucial Pennsylvania may be slipping away to Hillary Clinton. And Evan McMullin is still challenging him in Utah.
“The Jungle” quickly evolved into Europe’s largest slum, supported by aid groups, and was seen as a black eye on France’s image.
Geo TV, citing hospital sources, said early today that at least 57 had died and 116 people were injured.