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The movie about the assassination of North Korea’s leader has netted tepid reviews but strong response after attempts to shut it down.
She served as a faculty member, department chair, academic vice president and president for more than three decades.
Police need more data analytics and mining software to monitor social media sites, say law enforcement officials and security experts.
Online shopping is on pace to rise 16 percent to $61 billion for the November to December period, according to researcher ComScore Inc.
Trees can be dropped off through Jan. 17. The trees will be mulched and used in the county parks.
The film opened in more than 300 independent movie theaters Christmas Day, drawing many sell-out audiences.
The officers coached the woman through the delivery, unwrapped the umbilical cord from the baby’s neck and placed the boy in her arms.
Thursday’s incidents are the latest part of a series of escalating attacks against Sony.
Water levels in lakes Superior, Huron, Michigan, Erie and Ontario are all above seasonal averages for the first time in 16 years.
Nationally, the student-counselor ratio in large public high schools is nearly 500-to-1.
The move comes even though new fighting there has chased more people from their homes this year than during any other in the past decade.
As he considers running for president in 2016, Jeb Bush has begun to unwind some of his financial affairs.
As fervor for the trappings of Western-style Christmas enveloped this nation, the defenders of traditional Chinese culture have fought back.
Andy Pugh managed a child protection program and then an Ebola treatment center.
The pope emphasized the plight of children in areas of conflict, while Britain’s monarch advocated reconciliation, especially in Scotland.
Tens of thousands of workers have been drawn to the region’s shale oil boom in recent years.
The investigation comes as that department and others around the nation are accused of brutality.
They and their advocates call it “the second battle” — with a bureaucracy they say is stuck in the past.
Life’s too short to be anything but real. Besides, fakery never fools anybody.
Even Santa Claus gets it wrong sometimes, hence the throng of customers who flock to shopping malls after Christmas.
More than 400 million of Kathy Davis’ greeting cards have sold. Lately, that amounts to $100 million in annual sales.
Dozens of companies are creating technology to make farmland more productive and farming more efficient.
Officers say the husband has a hip fracture and his wife a pelvis fracture. Both also have head injuries but are expected to survive.
What is your state legislator doing when not writing or voting on laws? It’s more difficult to answer than it should be.
Plus: Police shoot 2 suspects; Bush in ’’great spirits’’; N.J. casino-sale dispute; Storms bring snow.
Plus: Jordanian pilot; Saudis plan spending; Somalia base attacked.
Men who for months had been trying to kill each other traded gifts, drank and even played soccer on the no man’s land between the trenches.
Albert C. Van Dusen was a University of Pittsburgh administrator who forged international ties.
Plus: Man readily supported fellow postal customer; a bicyclist got down and dirty to help avoid street flood.
Utica Shale gas well “blowout” in southeast Ohio that caused evacuation earlier this month is capped
The suit also names 18 individuals, including Uber drivers it says are operating illegally in the city.
The error occurred Monday when a high-security lab in Atlanta sent samples that should have been inactivated to another CDC laboratory.
The shooting reignited tensions that have lingered since the death of Michael Brown in neighboring Ferguson.
He was the first captive taken from the U.S.-led coalition battling the extremist group.
The day’s action further strained a tenuous cease-fire that ended a 50-day war over the summer.
The electricity shut-off came as Moscow threatened a greater rift with the West if Ukraine attempted to make good on its NATO intentions.
The Obama administration is preparing to move dozens of inmates out of the prison in coming months.
Justice Department lawyers urged the court to preserve the executive order allowing 4 million undocumented immigrants to stay in the U.S.
After new notes fell from a security van, onlookers were presented with a Christmas Eve test of whether to be good for goodness’ sake.
Iran says its nuclear activities are peaceful, but the West fears that it may lead to developing nuclear weapons.
PLUS: Rebels kill 70 in India; S. Korea indicts Uber CEO; Ebola survival rate; Abe named Japanese PM.
PLUS: Gun in NYC killing traced; organ trafficker’s release; wet, warm Christmas Eve; ex-inmate to get back pay.
Officials said the mother and baby were taken to a hospital in good condition.
A plate with material from an Ebola experiment was sent from a high-security biosafety laboratory to a less-secure facility at the agency’s
Three options call for new tunnels; three others would carve an open highway into the mountain.
The UPMC-Highmark in-network contract expires Dec. 31.
Berkeley is near Ferguson, where white police officer Darren Wilson shot and killed Michael Brown, an unarmed, black 18-year-old, on Aug. 9.
The Labor Department said today that applications dropped 9,000 last week to a seasonally adjusted 280,000.
In the Pittsburgh area, the SouthSide Works Cinema and the Dependable Drive-In in Moon will show the film.
National Weather Service meteorologists predicted rain that would turn into snow for some parts of Missouri to Michigan.