Top CDC official said in email that investigating Legionnaires’ outbreak at Pittsburgh VA would be “poetic justice.”
Rex Tillerson has spent 41 years at Exxon, where he began as a production engineer and went on to strike deals around the world for Exxon.
Volunteers aid Global Links, an international humanitarian aid organization that works to provide surplus medical supplies to those in need.
Trump, in a statement issued by his transition team Friday evening, expressed complete disbelief in the intelligence agencies’ assessments.
GOP prepares to assume control over Washington for the first time in a decade come January, with Congress and an untested new president..
There was no immediate claim of responsibility for the attack.; though the Islamic State group and Kurdish militants are probably suspects.
Kerry’s comments were a tacit acknowledgment of the reality on the ground where Assad’s forces slowly recapturing rebel areas in the city.
Meanwhile, ISIS militants reenter the ancient city of Palmyra, where they were thrown out nine months ago.
The regulations punish people for spreading “false information” in the far western region, which has grappled with ethnic violence.
Major oil producers such as non-member Russia and cartel leader Saudi Arabia have seen oil prices fall and reduce revenues to budgets.
Mr. Trump holds out the promise of stripping away regulations, appointing business-friendly officials and overhauling the tax code.
Moderate and liberal Democrats are trying to figure out how to tap into the populist unrest that convulsed both parties in 2016.
In recent years, Danes in public surveys have opposed circumcisions as standard practice, with many Danes calling for it to be banned.
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Pennsylvania Society gathering at the Waldorf brings out state’s top politicians and they are interested in the Capitol’s executive office.
Enrollment has increased from 150,985 kids in December 2015 to 168,238 in now.
More emergency supplies, better weather information and more state cooperation will be available to the Pennsylvania Turnpike this winter.
At the same time, his transition team asked Energy Department employees for information about the agency’s operations and personnel.
Prosecutors say Park Geun-hye colluded with a longtime friend to extort money from companies and to give that confidante extraordinary sway.
At the same time, the White House said President Barack Obama had ordered a “full review” of Russian hacking during the election campaign.
Microcephaly births are a booming problem in other Zika areas.
The judge announced his plans after a hearing at which supporters of Green Party nominee Jill Stein continued their bid for the review.
The Yellowhammer State uses the sedative midazolam as the first drug in a three-drug lethal injection combination.
While the main drag was left intact, the charred remains of homes, vehicles and businesses were still visible on side roads.
The water — as acidic as distilled vinegar — became “white with birds,” said a mine official with Montana Resources.
Also, there are raising concerns about hundreds of men who have disappeared and are feared to have been seized by the government.
Virtually all surveyed said that they were introduced to the drugs by a doctor’s prescription, not by friends or through illicit means.
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Authorities said the bombers appeared to be teenage schoolgirls who likely picked the busiest market day of the week to attack.
Donald Trump’s advisers reportedly are seeking help from the U.S. Department of Energy to stave off more closures of nuclear power plants.
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A bill that was expected to pass also would temporarily extend protection of coal miners’ health care benefits.
City officials are developing internal guidance to make sure public safety workers understand legal limits on campaigning.
Pamela McNeal and Adam Haynes, charged with homicide in the death of David Fuhrman, worked until 2011 in the county’s “Dom Care” program.
June 4, 1948 – Dec. 7, 2016.
State Republicans and lawyers for President-elect Donald Trump have derided the initiative as a waste of time and resources.
Rob Williams warned his daughter that some of her classmates might react negatively after they complained last week about a Plum High
A federal judge refused to halt Wisconsin's presidential recount, telling Trump supporters the recount probably won't change anything.
The Commonwealth Court ruled that the names of those hunting, or allowing their property to be used in Mt. Lebanon, are protected.
U.S President-elect Donald Trump has asked Goldman Sachs executive Gary Cohn to head his White House National Economic Council, a group
U.S. Rep. Cathy McMorris Rodgers is known as a strong advocate of increased oil and gas development who is skeptical about climate change.
The president directed U.S. intelligence agencies to conduct a full review of cyber attacks and foreign intervention into the 2016 election.
There’s a delay in the opening of the HOV lanes on the Parkway North/I-279 this morning due to an “equipment issue,” according to PennDOT.
Jody Smith was shot alongside a fellow officer, Nicholas Smarr, who was a lifelong friend.
It was a first step toward forcing Park Geun-hye out of office over her role in a corruption and influence-peddling scandal.
The CKE Restaurants Holdings head is a vocal critic of substantially increasing the minimum wage and an opponent of recent overtime rules.
Representatives cleared bills to keep the government running through April, but a Senate fight threatened to lead to a government shutdown.
Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov spoke in Germany with U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry.
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