Alfonso Costa faced a trail of lawsuits as he built around Pittsburgh.
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The merger strategy is under renewed scrutiny by policymakers after Pfizer announced plans Monday to move its tax address to Ireland.
Nearly 6 in 10 respondents said they feel “frustrated” by the government and another 1 in 5 described themselves as “angry” toward it.
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Donald Trump said Sunday that the protester who interrupted his rally at an Alabama convention center was “so obnoxious and so loud.”
The Pentagon’s inspector general is set to investigate allegations that significant changes were made to reports from analysts at Centcom.
Fewer than half of the offspring examined in the study both knew their parents’ party affiliation and chose to affiliate with that party.
Republican leaders are threatening to include the restrictions in a must-pass bill to keep the federal government running past Dec. 11.
The Vermont senator said the idea has roots in the legacies of President Franklin D. Roosevelt and the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr.
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The legislation sets high hurdles for refugee admissions, including FBI background checks and individual sign-offs by top federal officials.
Many Republicans want to halt the president’s plan to let as many as 10,000 people displaced by the Syria conflict resettle in the U.S.
The Louisiana governor tells Fox News that “this is not my time.”
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She said that as a New York senator, she helped New York City’s financial hub rebuild.
His statement came in the wake of deadly terror attacks in Paris linked to IS — and suggestions that the nation should shut its doors.
The Republicans broadly agreed that the Paris attacks should be the catalyst for a new military strategy against the Islamic State.
National security played a prominent role in the debate in the aftermath of deadly terror attacks in Paris.
Organizers say 120 members traveled from as far as California to the Antiochian Village retreat in Bolivar for their national convention.
Clinton's margin over Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders and former Maryland Gov. Martin O'Malley is striking, according to the Associated Press.
Pittsburgh dentist Alfonso A. Costa pleaded guilty to a felony count of health care fraud after an FBI probe into his oral surgery practice.
It is part of a push to spotlight its efforts to improve the way the government treats veterans after a scandal at the VA.
The move plunged the White House into the next front in the national battle over LGBT rights.
The shift in tone was dramatic and reflects dwindling time remaining before the first votes of the 2016 presidential contest are cast.
The Export-Import Bank fight has spawned some unlikely allies — such as Sen. Pat Toomey and presidential candidate Bernie Sanders.
The debate opened with a narrow focus on economic policy. There was little interaction among the candidates at first.
The group includes Rep. Mike Doyle, county Executive Rich Fitzgerald and city councilwoman Natalia Rudiak.
U.S. Rep. Barbara Lee, who opposed the post-9/11 military authorization act, received the 2015 Thomas Merton Award for peace and justice.
But prospects for an agreement between Israelis and Palestinians appear ever further out of reach.
Ben Carson and Marco Rubio face a huge new test at today’s Republican debate. Donald Trump and Ted Cruz also are in for a crucial night.
Meanwhile, an official said investigators are “90 percent sure” the noise heard in a cockpit recording was an explosion caused by a bomb.
Already, more than 45,000 “like” the president, who is taking his latest foray in the wild world of social media.
Just days before, media reports raised new questions about his inspiring personal narrative.
Questions also raised about other claims in his autobiography.
The new speaker had some victories in his first week, but battles lie ahead.
Their questioning set up a potentially difficult path to ratification by the United States, the biggest of the 12 partners.
The indebted U.S. territory is in the middle of a fiscal crisis.
Ran Baratz suggested that President Barack Obama is anti-Semitic and Secretary of State John Kerry cannot be taken seriously.
Also, South Carolina Sen. Lindsey Graham and George Pataki, former New York governor, failing to qualify for either of next week’s debates.
Former President George H. W. Bush has finally revealed what he really thinks of his son’s presidency.
Republicans seeking the White House in the November 2016 presidential election quickly voiced their disagreement.
Former president critical of Dick Cheney and Donald Rumsfeld during interviews with his biographer.
An 18-state coalition led by New York and California has begun taking on a block of 26 states including Texas and Florida.
The new House speaker said the debate on the bill represents the dawn of a more open legislative process.
GOP businessman Matt Bevin was elected Kentucky’s governor, while Virginia Republicans held off an attempt by Dems to win a Senate majority.
TransCanada’s plea has been widely interpreted as an attempt to avert an impending “no” from the president.
With three-quarters of the votes counted, the ballot proposal was losing 65 percent to 35 percent.
He said he was banning “the box” that applicants had to check about their criminal histories when applying for certain federal jobs.
The Nov. 3 elections could provide a test of public opinion on such topics as marijuana, gay rights and the emerging “sharing economy.”