Trump today will push the chief executives of General Motors, Ford and Fiat Chrysler to increase production in the United States.
Verizon added a net 591,000 subscribers in the fourth-quarter, far fewer than the 726,00 analysts had expected
The business community — prominently including Comcast Corp. — had warned that the city could face a legal challenge over the law.
In August the district said it received test results showing lead and copper levels in the water exceeded “acceptable water standards.”
The traffic changes will be in effect from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. between Earl Street and the West End Circle so crews can adjust manholes.
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The Syrian government and representatives of rebel factions had their first face-to-face meeting Monday in Kazakhstan.
The 11 justices will decide on whether Theresa May or legislators have the right to trigger the process of taking Britain out of the EU.
The move means an earlier decision by the 5th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals, which found the law violates the Voting Rights Act, will stand.
Claims for what was formerly known as “adult-onset” diabetes among youths aged 0 to 22 years old more than doubled in four year’s time.
Republican opposition had been blocking the money. The outgoing administration notified Congress it would spend the money Friday morning.
He was one of the founders of the law firm Doepken, Keevican and Weiss.
Uber claimed the state’s $11.4 million fine last year is illegal in part because fine caps of $250,000 passed by lawmakers in November.
The Three Rivers Mothers’ Milk Bank has received 150,000 ounces of donated breast milk and has distributed 75,000 of those ounces.
Gaining awareness of your emotional state can help keep life balanced for children and adults, research shows.
Pittsburgh-area public and private schools have embraced mindfulness and yoga to improve mental well-being among students and teachers.
The president’s Cabinet further took shape Monday as Rex Tillerson, the secretary of state nominee, cleared a key Senate hurdle.
He noted an exception for the military, plus reinstated a ban on providing federal money to international groups that perform abortions.
A deadly system tore across the Deep South, a nor’easter lashed the East Coast and rainfall records fell as several died in California.
Patricia Katchur will serve 15 to 30 years in prison for killing Christopher Katchur on May 13, 2015, outside their home.
Officials and lawmakers warn that killing the ACA Medicaid expansion will “disproportionately” hurt the state’s “lowest income residents.”
A Penn Hills resident, who owns a home with a value of $100,000, would see an annual increase in the tax bill of $164.96.
More than 40 Pittsburgh city crews worked on 155 potholes during a weekend blitz, Mayor Bill Peduto’s administration said today.
The former president is still suffering from pneumonia. His wife has been discharged after completing treatment for bronchitis.
Press secretary, in first press briefing, said the Trump administration will work with “anyone” that is “committed to defeating ISIS.”
Police said the men got into an argument about the immigration and that another man bit his “right ear off.”
A Bridgeville police officer said in a criminal complaint that he saw Sgt. Curtis Sowder pick his wife “up in the air and body slam” her.
The Wolf administration said this this month that it would close two of the state's 26 prisons by June 30 due to a budget shortfall.
After spiking in December, gasoline prices in January have cooled off as global oil producers assess impact of production cut.
The traffic changes will be in effect from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. between Earl Street and the West End Circle.
The airline is waiving flight change fees through Wednesday for any travelers affected by the problem.
Today state lawmakers return to Harrisburg to hold a hearing on the prison plan.
Today prosecutors and his lawyers will begin to pick a jury for former Mayor Steve Reed’s trial on 112 counts of receiving stolen property.
Meanwhile, a regional military force rolled in, greeted by cheers, to secure this tiny West African nation.
On Sunday, rescuers spotted a man’s body in the wreckage, raising to six the number of confirmed dead. Twenty-three others remained missing.
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Fourteen people under the age of 65 have died of the flu in California this flu season, compared with three at the same time last year.
For two weeks during the sting operation, tens of thousands of images of child pornography were uploaded to the site.
“We will prove worthy of this moment in history,” the president said Sunday. “And I think it may very well be a great moment in history.”
An estimated 500,000 marched in Washington, more than double the original estimate, and they heard speaker after speaker call for action.
The overnight catastrophe was latest accident to hit the country’s massive, disaster-prone rail network.
The company was investigating one of its worst product fiascoes, and the announcement came three months after the phone was discontinued.
In one instance, border agents at Champlain, N.Y., reportedly asked a group whether they planned to disrupt the president’s inauguration.
She travels to Washington on Friday, Downing Street confirmed Sunday. And Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu will visit in February.
The Pentagon said Friday that a U.S. B-52 bomber carried out an airstrike against a training camp in Syria, killing over 100 fighters.
In Nigeria alone, at lease 2,000 children have died, the Famine Early Warning Systems Network reported last month.
Applications will be accepted until April 21 for Pittsburgh’s new Youth Participatory Budget Council program.
Her experience as a mother of three led to involvement with a task force on special education