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Virginia “Ginnie” Birmingham went to law school after many years as a stay-at-home mother because she “wanted to do more with her life.”
Geraldine Zeltman, one of the first black secretaries hired at U.S. Steel and active in the Urban League, dies at 86.
With full backing from his publisher, Katharine Graham, Mr. Bradlee led The Post into the first rank of American newspapers.
CDC to require arrivals from West African nations with Ebola to report temperatures and any other potential symptoms daily for three weeks.
The autopsy of a black teen’s body and grand jury testimony given by black witnesses reportedly back the white officer.
Canada’s governmental security is questioned in wake of Wednesday’s shootings at the national war memorial and inside Parliament building.
Canadian police are investigating a man identified as Michael Zehaf-Bibeau as a possible suspect in the shootings Wednesday.
Representatives of Highmark and UPMC, and state regulators who brokered a deal between them, disagreed on many things Wednesday in court.
The NCAA has dropped the governor from its lawsuit challenging a state law that limits where $60 million in PSU fine money can be spent.
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When it comes to ghosts, seeing is believing.
Pennsylvania Supreme Court Justice Seamus McCaffery UPDATED at 5:10 p.m. with comment from Jason Ortitay. While you guys were
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