Report this year revealed that “the weight of the district’s disciplinary actions appears to fall disproportionately on students of color.”
The battle pits the friends’ small, Las Vegas-based company, Absorption Pharmaceuticals, against RB, a London-based company.
These robotics students were told ‘to go back to Mexico’; the taunt only fueled their success
The Peoples Climate March had long been planned to mark the 100th day of the new president’s term.
There is little doubt that President Donald Trump have moved to set the nation on a radically different course from former President Barack
The leaders backed a tough strategy on negotiating Britain’s exit, or Brexit, which could force Britain to make politically awkward choices.
Plus: Nuclear bomb budget falls short, Official faces recall threat
The pope’s comments came during a 30-minute news conference aboard a plane carrying him back to Rome from a visit to Egypt.
Plus: China deports American, U.S. military death, South China Sea rule, Happy cows in Sweden
Ms. Le Pen said she had reached an agreement with Nicolas Dupont-Aignan, a right-wing politician who shares her distrust of the E. U.
Councilwoman’s bid to oust Peduto for Pittsburgh Democratic mayoral nomination faces uphill climb.
The arrest highlights how female genital mutilation is alive and well in parts of the Western world
Should witnesses be allowed to hear what goes on in the death chamber?
A judge’s ruling that allows a predominantly white Alabama city to separate from its more diverse school district is stoking new debate
Adas Israel Congregation in Washington, D.C., honored the Veseli family and inducted them into its Garden of the Righteous
A new study offers fresh support for an intriguing theory about the vagus nerve’s role in Parkinson’s disease
New system would improve care for extremely premature babies, giving them a a better chance for healthier survival
Every able-bodied Rwandan citizen between the ages of 18 and 65 must take part in community service for three hours once a month
President delivers campaign-style speech to supporters in Harrisburg; touts his accomplishments
Test seen as message of defiance as U.S. supercarrier does drills
Privacy advocates have argued the practice skirted or overstepped the Fourth Amendment.
Trump and Congress put off spending wrangle for another week with stopgap bill to avoid midnight shutdown.
The president will sign two executive orders at a shovel factory in Pennsylvania’s Cumberland County.
The new facility will provide Homewood residents and the surrounding communities with training in advanced manufacturing.
Plus: Yellow fever vaccine; Arkansas executions; Roof’s friend jailed
Energy interests cheered the announcement. Environmentalists and many coastal lawmakers called it a reckless move.
The budget, a tax overhaul and health care are all issues that the powerful conservative think tank has tried to influence.
Secretary of State Rex Tillerson maintains that China said it had threatened North Korea with sanctions if it conducted more nuclear tests.
The Pittsburgh Water and Sewer Authority is expected to undergo an organizational review.
The Pentagon said there was no indication that it was an intentional act by Afghan partners, which has happened in recent years.
The pontiff hopes his visit to Egypt will show solidarity with Christians there and improve ties with Muslim leaders.
Plus: Mystery illness kills 11; Call for talks rejected; Police station targeted
Researchers reported that when students were most engaged with each other, readings tended to show brain-wave patterns in synchrony.
A Hazelwood native, William Paul’s chemistry teaching career was shaped by a daughter’s death.
Starting Sunday, drivers on the Beaver Valley Expressway will pay tolls by E-ZPass or receive a bill by mail from the Pennsylvania Turnpike.
As part a performance art project, volunteers dressed as 1960s secretaries take dictation and send postcards to President Donald Trump.
Cashless fares on the T system won’t start July 1 while Port Authority finishes a fair enforcement policy for those who don’t pay.
Someone has erected tents outside Mayor Bill Peduto’s home in an apparent dig at the mayor over a homeless encampment on the North Side.
South Korea's Joint Chiefs of Staff says North Korea has test-fired a missile from the western part of its country.
As the last surviving member of the team that developed the Salk polio vaccine, Julius Youngner was justifiably proud of his contribution.
President Donald Trump became the first sitting president to address a National Rifle Association convention in more than 30 years.
A look at the various construction projects and road work planned throughout the Pittsburgh region.
The 79-year-old Cosby is accused of drugging and molesting a Temple University employee at his suburban Philadelphia home in 2004.
The Senate sent the temporary spending measure to Trump by voice vote after the House approved it.
Secretary of State Rex Tillerson is proposing to eliminate 2,300 jobs as part of a large cut to the State Department's budget.
David Donahoe's previous experience includes 10 years as head of the Allegheny Regional Asset District.
Officials called the situation "highly unusual" because so many escaped within days of each other and all remain unaccounted for.
Trump reflected on how his life has changed since he became president and the challenges he faces.
The government released its first of three estimates of growth for the January-March quarter as measured by the gross domestic product.
A state official says human error is to blame for 500 Rhode Island residents receiving two tax-refund checks.