After severe postpartum depression leads to his wife’s suicide, a McCandless man forms a foundation to raise money and awareness.
The only factor that seemed to make a big difference in a woman’s chance of finding relief after surgery was obesity — a BMI of 30 or above.
Richard S. Schweiker, a Norristown native, served 20 years U.S. House and Senate before serving in Ronald Reagan’s cabinet.
Pennsylvania has the fourth-highest total of veterans in the nation, and Allegheny County has the largest total in the state.
Jan C. Seski of Murrysville is being attacked on social media after the Zimbabwe government linked him with an illegally killed lion.
Health- and fitness-related events for the week following Tuesday, Aug. 4, 2015.
412 Build gives 24 teenagers each summer entrepreneurial training and networking with tech and community nonprofits.
A forum drew all but three of the 17 major Republican presidential contenders and focused on aggressive responses to illegal immigration.
A Republican bid to end federal funding of Planned Parenthood health services was blocked Monday by Senate Democrats.
The Gulf Cooperation Council backed Secretary of State John Kerry on Monday in his bid to win their support for the Iran nuclear deal.
China-U.S. ties are strained yet more because a rich and politically connected businessman has fled to the U.S. and may seek asylum.
The families of 16 victims of the Newtown, Conn., school shooting in 2012 will get about $94,000 each.
The Major Cities Chiefs Association, an organization of 66 police chiefs, met Monday to discuss the causes of rising homicides and violence.
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Jan Seski, the Murrysville doctor tied to an illegal lion hunt in Zimbabwe, is best known for his work in so-called bloodless surgery.
The devices log vast amounts of data, tracking number of calories burned, heart rate and sleep patterns among other information.
A Duke University study says 20 percent of children are such picky eaters that they could face impairments.
The statement did not indicate how many jobs might be at stake. Schools have until Oct. 31 to put numbers on any potential job reductions.
Maj. Tyree C. Blocker served in the state police from 1975 to 2005, starting as a trooper before rising through the ranks.
Pittsburgh-area pump prices have been on a steady decline for the last month.
The broader U.S. rules of engagement, approved July 31, came after rebels fighting IS were attacked by the Nusrah Front.
Drivers would have two options: pay using E-ZPass or have their license plates photographed and be billed by mail.
The talks were kept on hiatus until now amid political unrest that swept the country in the wake of the Arab Spring.
Israel’s security cabinet approved new measures Sunday against Israelis who attack Palestinians.
Prime Minister Stephen Harper broke with Canadian political tradition by formally opening the campaign in the middle of summer.
The president said the unprecedented carbon dioxide limits are the “single most important step” America has taken to fight climate change.
The Environmental Protection Agency will finalize measures that promise to upend a century of electrical power generation.
The agents detailed to the city represent a “flipping of the script of sorts,” interim police Commissioner Kevin Davis said.
The move comes amid global protests at the death of Cecil, who was a draw for tourists at the nation’s biggest animal sanctuary.
National civil rights leaders praised the steps taken by states but said they aren’t enough to solve the racial tensions and economic
The kid-size hitchBOT set out to travel cross-country after successfully hitchhiking across Canada in 26 days last year and parts of Europe.
In lieu of hiring a new assistant to the superintendent, the board agreed to hire Patricia Crump as director of HR at a salary of $85,000.
Travel writers, save your fingers: Cut and paste this handy, cliche-ridden paean to Pittsburgh, which everyone likes now for some reason.
Mr. Keenan, of Kennedy, had been the community liaison in the district attorney’s office after a long career with U.S. Steel sales.
The averages that 17 candidates have recorded in national polls will determine which 10 get to participate in Thursday’s debate.
Here’s a guide to school bags beyond the traditional backpack for academics at a range of ages. Think outside the bag and try something new!
There have been at least 63 shootings, eight fatal, in New York resulting from toy guns mistaken for real weapons since 1994, officials say.
The brother of the late figurehead of the Taliban on Sunday joined a growing challenge to the extremist group’s newly appointed leader.
The voluntary recall involves the 3-pound and 4-pound boxes of Kraft Singles American and White American Pasteurized Cheese.
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The nomination vote virtually guarantees Paul Klein of Squirrel Hill a full term on council in the seat formerly held by Barbara Daly Danko.
Nightly closures will begin an hour earlier this week.
The historically black college in the state system faces declining enrollment and weak finances. Its supporters see decades of underfunding.
CCAC data for the high school class of 2014 showed 78 percent of students from throughout the county needed at least one remedial class.
Mr. Biden’s path would not be easy. Mrs. Clinton has enormous support among Democrats inspired by the idea of electing a woman as president.
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As Uber continues its explosive growth, it has become a delicate issue in political campaigns.
The vast majority of the $388 million backing presidential candidates is being channeled to groups that can accept unlimited contributions.