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The study was published today by researchers at Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh of UPMC and other medical institutions.
Work will occur from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m.
In the 20-minute session, the governor faced a series of mostly friendly questions.
Daniel Jorge, 19, of East Williston, N.Y., "knows he was wrong" for invading the privacy of other male CMU students, his attorney said.
How preschoolers are taught is gaining greater focus as federal and state officials hope to expand funding for early childhood learning.
The DA says her review will include a report by the special prosecutor along with “voluminous information” gathered by the grand jury.
Geraldine Alcorn, 29, a former Beechwood Pre K-5 teacher, waived to court a felony charge of interfering with child custody.
Seamus Johnston was barred from using the men's facilities while taking a weightlifting class in 2011.
The ill-fated Lawrence County racetrack couldn’t find a bank willing to lend it money — so it turned to China.
Iran nuclear negotiations in Switzerland passed the self-imposed midnight Tuesday deadline and headed into overtime in search of accord.
The outbound parkway will close from Green Tree/Crafton (Exit 67) to Interstate 79 (Exit 64A) at 10 p.m. Thursday.
The revised rules approved by Pittsburgh City Council set up a three-member commission but also allow council members to propose names.
The revisions were mandated by the state so that restaurant inspections in the county conform to state and federal food codes.
President Barack Obama on Tuesday rejected a congressionally passed resolution that would have barred streamlined, speedy union elections.
Iraq’s prime minister claimed Tuesday that the city of Tikrit had been recaptured from the Islamic State.
Plus: Yemen strife intensifies; $3.8B pledged for Syrians; Japan to extend sanctions.
Plus: Boston defense rests; Sentences commuted; Inmate captured.
As a child in 1950s Hungary, I was taught to swim by being thrown into the lake. Landing in Pittsburgh in my 20s, it felt the same.
Nigeria’s President Goodluck Jonathan conceded defeat in the weekend election.
A female veteran shot herself in the parking lot of the H.J. Heinz campus in Aspinwall Monday afternoon.
Arkansas passed its version of a religious freedom law, joining Indiana in a swirl of controversy that shows little sign of calming.
Kathryn Fell Stolarevsky teamed with her late husband to run the Chatham College Music and Arts Day Camp to teach children to love the arts.
President Barack Obama on Tuesday offered a plan to cut greenhouse gases in the nation by about one-third in the next 10 years.
Robert Dellinger, former chief financial officer and senior vice president at PPG, pleaded guilty in February to negligent homicide.
Cynthia Lennon, 75, married the former Beatle in 1962 and the couple divorced in 1968 when he left her for Japanese artist Yoko Ono.
She helped to lay the groundwork for what became a colossus of the recording industry.
The raid inflicted relatively light damage on military and industrial targets, but it delivered a moral victory to Americans.
Basketball coach Patrick Chambers is working with PSU biologist Gong Chen, whose research focuses on restoring brain cells and function.
Only 45 percent said they were told they had the disease, although some experts believe physicians are afraid to cause emotional stress.
The court found that judges who supervise secret grand jury proceedings have substantial responsibilities in maintaining confidentiality.
The lane closures will occur at the bridge carrying the Pennsylvania Turnpike over Route 19.
A deficit prompted the AIU on Feb.1 to switch the therapists from salaried employees to hourly employees who will lose their benefits.
Experts are not sure what the Hays eagles will do, now that they have no eggs to look after.
After Allegheny County Council named five white men, Executive Rich Fitzgerald named four woman, including two minorities, to the group.
North Huntingdon police charged Marc Rodnicki, 34, with trying to intimidate a witness in the heroin case against his wife, Lisa Rodnicki.
Many will be filing tax returns as independent contractors for the first time this year.
To help calm those marathon jitters, we took a look at four cool accessories to help you cross the finish line.
The Republican governor was reacting to widespread backlash against the act he signed into law last week.
Water heaters bought after the standards go into effect April 16 will be slightly larger than current models.
The airline said Andreas Lubitz subsequently passed all medical checks and that it has provided the documents to prosecutors.
The defense is trying to show that Tsarnaev’s older brother was the mastermind of the bombings.
Even as the U.S. is pursuing a breakthrough framework, Saudi Arabia is directing a broad regional assault against the Tehran government.
A listing of health- and fitness-related events for the week starting March 31, 2015.
The law was rushed through the Legislature late last year after a convicted cop killer made a recorded commencement address to a college.
The co-pilot believed to have intentionally crashed a German jet in the French Alps last week had treatment over “a long period of time.”
The prisoner escaped the custody of a private security guard with the officer's gun, police said.
Police said the man, who was about 30 years old, was a former firefighter who had been terminated Monday.
A former Secret Service agent and a former Drug Enforcement Administration agent have been charged with fraud.
An air strike Monday by a Saudi-led Arab coalition killed at least 40 at a Yemen refugee camp.
Classes to promote weight loss and muscle toning in women will meet Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays for four weeks.