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United States sees other, more direct threats beyond Islamic State
Democratic challenger Wolf will not be under pressure to do much more than avoid any major mistakes. For Mr. Corbett, the stakes are higher.
Quebec has had two referendums, with the threat of more. They call this the “Neverendum” — a term also raised in Scotland the morning after.
During nearly 15 months, officials at some of the state’s key institutions say they never shared a moment of Ron Tomalis’ time.
The Post-Gazette analyzed every paper record for every Marcellus well incident that resulted in fines through June 1, 2014.
U.S. Attorney David Hickton is ramping up a team — backed by the FBI — whose focus will be fighting crime in the medical industry.
Mr. Peisakoff, who built a chain of two dozen discount stores that were ahead of their time, started in retail at the age of 8.
Prolific, powerful and portable, the vintage press is as a reminder of how technology advanced democracy.
The new presses weigh more than 600 tons and are supported on a concrete pad that is four feet thick.
A letter to our readers from David M. Shribman and John Robinson Block.
Now, 228 years later, the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette is being published at a state-of-the-art printing facility in Clinton.
As the leader of two American dioceses, Roman Catholic Bishop Blase Cupich has staked out a firm position in the middle of the road.
Islamic State militants seized dozens of villages close to the border.
A tiny drop in the sea of petroleum globally, the oil tapped by the Islamic State has given it a revenue source most extremist groups lack.
Under the deal, the top vote-getter would become president but would grant significant powers to the loser.
Although shelling and other violence continues daily, both sides maintain that the agreement is still in force.
But in an increasingly common practice, assistants, consultants and other hospital employees are charging patients or their insurers hefty
The move ended a crisis that officials said had blocked the NATO ally from fully joining the U.S.-led battle against the Islamic State.
Venezuela’s main international airport, Maiquetia, has developed something of a bad reputation in recent years.
Hospice agencies must subject themselves to government inspections at least once every three years under new legislation OK’d by Congress.
Democrats are being spurred by polls showing the party has regained some support lost in the Obama years.
Businessmen, rights groups and economists agree that apartment rents here have more than doubled since the war ended.
The selection brings the Rosetta team one step closer to being the first to land a spacecraft directly on the surface of a speeding comet.
PLUS: Egypt mediates talks; NASA approaches Mars; Pope orders review; National Party gets vote; Yemen agrees with rebels.
PLUS: White House breach; wildfires ravage forests; injured firefighter dies.
The mammoth IPO offered eager investors seemingly unlimited growth potential and a way to tap into the burgeoning Chinese middle class.
Armed officers scatter into wooded neighborhood of suspect in deadly ambush on state troopers.
British Prime Minister David Cameron promised that commitments made to Scotland during the campaign “will be honored in full.”
Six million people are locked inside their homes for three days amid the most sweeping effort against disease since the Middle Ages.
Pennsylvania’s ranking marks a steady slide toward the bottom, dragged down by decrepit bridges, narrow rural roads, deaths and traffic.
Pittsburgh Public Schools Superintendent Linda Lane is working on a three-school plan for science, technology, engineering, arts and math.
A national conference is being held in Green Tree to help organizations eliminate health disparities among African immigrants and refugees.
Nik Wallenda is all about spectacle, a showman who crossed Niagara Falls and an Arizona gorge on a high wire.
Authorities are taking extreme precaution as they continue the search for the suspect in the fatal state police barracks ambush.
Tax collector charged with stealing more than $65,000 from the Somerset area school district.
The Penn State Board of Trustees is postponing debate on the Freeh Report until later this fall.
Chairman Keith Masser said the board discussed the controversial report during its executive session Friday in University Park.
Voters against Gov. Tom Corbett could impact other GOP races.
Dr. Musgrave, a clinical professor of surgery at Pitt, was also a painter and actor. His artistic inclinations infused his surgical skill.
The printer is among more than 5,000 pounds of cargo that is stuffed into a SpaceX Dragon capsule for a pre-dawn liftoff today.
The revisions are the latest change to a national food safety overhaul that was first signed into law in 2011.
President Barack Obama and Vice President Joe Biden launched the “It’s On Us” initiative.
But U.S. District Judge Lewis Kaplan declined to accept Adel Abdel Bary’s plea.
The move comes in response to the furor over a German caught selling secrets to the United States and revelations from Edward Snowden.
It was the first airstrike by a U.S. ally since the announcement that a coalition of countries would move to confront the Islamic State.
Forget the national debt. The new budget threat is climate change.
PLUS: Russia plans Web action; S. Korean warning shots; storm cripples Manila.
PLUS: White House intruder; war on citrus scourge; ex-governor convicted; McDonnell wants new trial; autopsy reviewed.
For many Pittsburgh-area Scots, pride, history were involved in decision.
Exploration of a possible merger between school districts Cornell and Moon Area will continue as long as both sides show interest.