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A lifelong city resident, he swam daily, ushered regularly at St. Paul Cathedral and knew many of Pittsburgh's most colorful figures.
John Gaisford worked in a mobile army surgical hospital in the Pacific theater and wrote a book about it.
Before televised sports were pervasive and the Internet a nonstop gusher of sports trivia, Zander Hollander found a niche in the market.
Akira Endo had the talent to elevate a performance by conducting with his special touch.
Colleges and universities are facing rising criticism over how they deal with sexual assault and athletes.
The statistics present a different picture of President Barack Obama's enforcement policies than one painted by many immigrant advocates.
President Barack Obama vowed Wednesday that Russia will face increasing economic penalties unless President Vladimir Putin backs off.
There were 475 people aboard the vessel, which was headed for a tourist island off the southern coast.
Pennsylvania has struggled to entice older learners without college degrees back to the classroom, but ranks nearly last by some measures.
The Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection is urging flexible new pollution emissions rules for existing coal-fired power
Eaglets have a tough time growing up together, we imagine, considering where they're headed.
Plus: One nice gesture begets another; Multiple people lend a hand; Free lunch aids students after tragedy
That was quick. By 9:04 a.m. the state GOP's general counsel had filed an appeal of yesterday's order keeping Gov. Tom Corbett's
Susan Corbett, the state's First Lady, is the star of a new Corbett campaign ad aiming to burnish the administration's