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Robert L. Kasperik followed his father into the family pharmacy business in Derry, but he also made his own mark as a civic leader.
Deborah Cavendish was the Dowager Duchess of Devonshire and the last of the six eccentric Mitford sisters.
Mr. Guarino never played an instrument but, as co-owner of Calico Records and other labels, he had a keen ear for what worked.
He was convicted of corruption charges in 2002 and became the second member of congress to be expelled since the Civil War.
Lawmakers will question the Secret Service director following revelations a White House intruder got further inside than previously thought.
White House intruder ran through much of the main floor, overpower one Secret Service officer.
Hamid Karzai, the outgoing president, had refused to approve the deal, which is intended to help Afghan security forces combat the Taliban.
New Afghan president’s inauguration sets stage for signing new accord with the U.S. guaranteeing a continuing U.S. military presence.
Children’s health insurance gave immigrants the confidence to start businesses and succeed, Harvard researcher says.
Orie Melvin was convicted in 2013 for using her staff and the staff of her sister, ex-state Sen. Jane Orie, to run her election campaigns.
Crafter in search of opportunities to sell jewelry creates marketplace that grows to become her full-time job.
Though the size of our international population remains paltry, The Morning File is a strong supporter of assisting their assimilation.
If you don't want to miss out on voting in this year's gubernatorial election, you've got a week from today to make sure you're
Gov. Tom Corbett and his wife Susan announce a $5 million Economic Growth Initiative Grant for Point Park University last week.