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To students and colleagues alike, he was a father figure and a strong male African-American role model who was both firm and caring.
She had a social worker’s empathy, a researcher’s analytic mind and a clinician’s ability to effectively diagnose and provide health care.
The winner of nine Tony Awards and one Oscar directed “Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?” “The Graduate," “Carnal Knowledge” and many more.
The debate over how to modernize while respecting historic integrity shows how an influential institution is roiled by modernization.
Health agencies back away from copper-silver water disinfection systems to prevent Legionella, despite being exonerated in investigations.
After an extended period of public estrangement and sniping, the United States and Turkey have made up.
The president’s recent secret order ensures that U.S. troops will have a direct role in fighting in the country for at least another year.
New lawsuit filed seeks a judicial order, this time armed with state test results showing schools failing to meet state academic standards.
A group led by City Council president Francis Acosta has begun raising private funds to replace it with something that’s more impressive.
Marijuana laws expand, but not legal access to the seeds for cultivation.
I fill the sink with hot, soapy water and begin my trip back through time, thinking of people who touched my life with cherished mementos.
U.S. Rep Bill Shuster will take another spin as chairman of the powerful House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee.
By Robert Zullo Mayor Bill Peduto is escaping the city's deep freeze this week for the Lone Star State, where he will be