Gunshots and explosions are heard as Bangladesh security forces are moving to end the 10-hour standoff with militants.
The patient, who was not identified but was "effectively treated," was one of three patients who may have contracted Legionnaires'.
The office of district solicitor Ira Weiss released the 30-page report, plus appendices, via a Right to Know request this afternoon.
The Port Authority said light-rail service will be stepped up during rush-hour and following the concert until the platforms are clear.
Sen. Vince Hughes, the ranking Democrat on the Appropriations Committee, said getting a revenue package done today was the goal.
Pittsburgh owes its top placement to its “relative affordability, low tax on beer and plentitude of breweries,” according to Redfin.
Such chemotherapy parity laws are on the books in 40 other states, according to the American Cancer Society.
Loretta Lynch told reporters that she and Bill Clinton did not discuss the email investigation during a meeting earlier this week.
Bill Cosby argues that accuser Andrea Constand violated their confidential agreement by speaking to police who reopened the case last year.
State Rep. Vanessa Lowery Brown said that she’s “been to a lot of re-enacting and the re-enacting does not tell the stories accurately.”
Three smaller political parties argued that Pennsylvania law made it too difficult to field candidates.
Joshua Brown was driving a Tesla Model S electric sedan in Florida when the fatal crash occurred.
New York billionaire Donald Trump is considering former House Speaker Newt Gingrich and New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie.
Frank Dalmas, director of pupil services, becomes substitute superintendent.
Gov. Tom Wolf said that while he supports the spending bill, he won’t sign it until “there is a sustainable revenue package to pay for it.”
David Mr. Urban will be senior adviser and Ted Christian will be the state director, according to sources close to the Trump campaign.
A federal judge has blocked a new Indiana law that bans abortions sought because of a fetus' genetic abnormalities
During a year of surging violence, the government and its foreign allies have failed to coax the Taliban into participating in peace talks.
The measure on the state’s famously low gas tax is not expected to be taken up again until later this month.
Saying it’s the right thing to do, Defense Secretary Ash Carter repealed the long-held ban on transgender people serving in the military.
Puerto Rico is facing more than $70 billion in debt and has a major payment due today.
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Palestinian youth kills Israeli-American girl, 13, sleeping in fortified settlement in the West Bank
Hallel Yaffa Ariel became the youngest Israeli victim of a nine-month wave of violence that has seen dozens of Palestinian attacks.
Boris Johnson said he would not run after his ally in the Brexit campaign, Michael Gove, suddenly announced his candidacy
The aircraft destroyed more than 150 vehicles and killed militants, but there were concerns that women and children may be among the dead.
In the outbreak in West Africa that peaked in 2014, about half of people infected with the virus survived.
Nearly three decades after banning chemicals that were destroying the ozone, there are signs the atmosphere is on the mend.
Only 28 survived the shipwreck in April 2015, a tragedy that spurred Europe to revive search-and-rescue operations in the Mediterranean.
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The pioneering rock guitarist’s sharp, graceful style helped Elvis Presley shape his sound and inspired a generation of musicians.
The results of an independent inquiry into the new superintendent’s resume are expected to be released today.
Duquesne University mapping expert is part of an international team that found an escape tunnel dug during the Holocaust in Lithuania.
Workers need to install barriers to allow a different traffic pattern on the bridge beginning Tuesday as part of an $80 million upgrade.
Facing pressure from increased pension costs, the school board has raised the property tax rate for the first time since 2010.
Elizabeth Wheat, supervisor of special education/pupil personnel, will serve as acting superintendent in addition to her current job.
Some districts have adopted spending plans for the 2016-17 school year.
The 2016-17 budget of $82.6 million reflect’s the district’s deficit and includes a 1.5-mill tax increase.
The advertising and naming agreements are expected to bring in $472,000.
The bill bars child sex abuse victims from suing their attackers and private institutions dating back to the 1970s.
Steel Valley school board votes to move kindergarten students to Park and Barrett elementary schools and fifth-graders to the middle school.
The Findlay-based retailer will pay $15 million for intellectual property and $8 million plus fees for the right to acquire leases.
The measure was loaded up this week in a House committee with other liquor-related changes, sparking a backroom dispute between the parties.
Ms. Orie was convicted for helping her sisters use state staffers for their political campaigns.
The clinic on the base outside Washington, D.C., remains on lockdown following a report of an active shooter, according to officials.
Pittsburgh's surplus is expected to exceed last year's $15 million, Michael Lamb said.
The turn of events was the latest political aftershock from Britain’s vote last week to leave the European Union.
Police say the suspect put gas in a coffee cup before throwing it on 46-year-old Melissa Bacon-Smith on May 15.
Police said the police trainees were traveling on the outskirts of Kabul when a suicide bomber rammed the buses with his car.
Traffic is allowed from the West End Circle to the Fort Pitt Bridge on-ramp on the South Side.
The triple suicide bombing that killed 42 people at Istanbul’s Ataturk Airport on Tuesday.