Today is the final day take in the live performances, which conclude with Eddie Palmieri’s Big Salsa Orchestra.
Over the long term, the lives of the estimated 3 million EU citizens living in Britain may change in ways big and small.
First came the Supreme Court’s action on his immigration plan. Then, the U.K. voted to withdraw from the European Union.
More than 1 million Armenians were massacred a century ago during the final years of the Ottoman Empire.
Elsewhere, Mr. Trump moved from hole to hole on his wind-swept Scotland golf course outside Aberdeen on Saturday.
It endorses steps to break up large Wall Street banks, advocating a $15 hourly wage, urging an end to the death penalty.
A voracious wildfire in central California already has claimed two lives and burned 150 homes.
Media reports last week quoted men as saying that Omar Mateen reached out to them on gay dating apps and had frequented the gay nightclub.
The heavy rains resulted in at least 24 deaths, leaving families homeless with the tearful realization that they’re starting from scratch.
Gunmen stormed a hotel in Somalia’s seaside capital Saturday, taking guests hostage and “shooting at everyone they could see.”
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There are few clues as to how it might end the nation’s political deadlock as officials and investors are reeling from the U.K. referendum.
The Taiwanese president has refused to endorse the concept of a single Chinese nation.
He sided generally with Republicans on the meaning of Brexit, while sounding a bit like Democrats on the Supreme Court.
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Laura Reyna, owner and artistic director of the studio, called a party that turned violent it an unauthorized event.
It’s known as “le Grand K,” and it’s afforded the security and scrutiny befitting such a fancy title.
The current diversity of feathers, fur and scales is part of what made their origins so mystifying to scientists.
For years, the prevailing history of American whiskey has been framed as a lily-white affair.
A three-hour Saturday session amounted to basic training for demonstrators who intend to rally outside during the GOP convention.
That voters chose the more risky path is a sign of a just how frustrated and angry many of them are.
“She was the heart and soul of the Republican Party in Mt. Lebanon for sure,” said Allegheny County Republican Party chairman D. Raja.
Started in 2010, the event involves the sale, butchering and consumption of thousands of dogs and cats.
Legislators left the Capitol without resolving a basic question — how much money they plan to spend in the fiscal year that begins July 1.
A new consortium will preserve and share the history of disability rights in Western Pennsylvania.
For a $99 test, a Burgettstown woman solves the mystery of her lost family.
The expanded network of seismic monitors will provide an open and ongoing record of shaking beneath Pennsylvania.
Experts attribute the 43 percent jump from 2014 to more intense police training in impaired-driver recognition and the opioid epidemic.
Robert Bauduin of Avella, charged in the 2013 death of his brother, Richard Bauduin Jr., was acquitted by a Washington County jury Friday.
No progress is reported in contract talks, so faculty in Pennsylvania’s state universities may see strike vote in late summer.
Defense Secretary Ash Carter has called the regulation outdated and harmful to the military.
Here’s a brief guide to Brexit.
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Meanwhile, the ACLU sues Philadelphia for denying a permit for a parade during the Democratic National Convention.
The $13.2 million facility will be built in the Trees Field Complex along Robinson Street Extension in Oakland.
Some would have been eligible to remain in the country under the president’s blocked plan.
Ann LePage is married to Maine Gov. Paul LePage, who is paid $70,000 a year, while the average for all U.S. governors is nearly $135,000.
The commonwealth could see as much as $46 million over two years to support wider access to opioid-disorder treatments.
Legislation passed the state House that would permit slot machines and internet gambling at Pittsburgh International Airport.
Despite predictions of swarms and nighttime noise, the insect has been mostly absent in the city.
Of those individuals, 1,795 live in Allegheny County, according to the Pennsylvania Department of Human Services.
Authorities said some areas in the state were "probably looking at flooding that's going to be the worst in 100 years."
The prime minister, his voice cracking with emotion, said he would do everything he could to “steady the ship” over the coming months.
Of the arrest cases, 94.5 percent of defendants were men and 58.5 percent were off duty at the time.
The day’s turbulence was accompanied by a chorus of central-bank assurances that policy makers stand ready to intervene.
“Basically they took back their country,” Trump said on Britain’s decision to leave the EU.
The site memorializes the six-day uprising that started June 28 after police raided the inn, a Mafia-owned bar frequented by gay men.
The General Assembly also approved a Pittsburgh-sponsored measure to help African-American males.
A lane will be closed on the Liberty Bridge in each direction from 8 p.m. Friday night to 2 p.m. Saturday afternoon.