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Richard Lippe, who was on the staff at UPMC Shadyside for 40 years, has died at age 77.
He illegally coached her from the stands and was accused of mismanaging his daughter's millions in winnings.
He produced shelves of serious books, a collision with a conglomerate that forced him out to stem losses and a late-in-life comeback.
At 90, Frank Regina, a Pearl Harbor veteran, recounts the sinking of his ship on the date which will live in infamy.
The NSA said its tracking of cell phones overseas is legally authorized under a sweeping U.S. presidential order.
Many fear sectarian violence after clashes swept through the capital this week, killing nearly 300 people.
His talk will contain proposals to strengthen defense relations with Gulf nations, according to a U.S. defense official.
Christopher Abruzzo has worked as acting DEP secretary for eight months pending approval by the full Senate.
The Corbett administration will begin seeking approval to use federal money to provide private health insurance to the working poor.
North Dakota's in the middle of an oil boom, and workers don't let its frigid winters get in the way.
A cherished old cookbook brings back memories of what it meant to interact more personally decades ago.
Rick Santorum thinks the GOP's struggle against Obamacare is something like Nelson Mandela's struggle against apartheid.
By James M. Perry Why do politicians, even statesmen, become so obsessed with remote little islands? The current obsession,