With Memorial Day weekend, officials and residents in Chicago are bracing for an upswing in violence and murder.
The Petersburg National Battlefield has become an active crime scene after looters dug up a site where more than 1,000 Civil War soldiers
Donald Trump has railed against the judge’s for his handling of the case, in which students have alleged they were misled and defrauded.
China appears to be taking a softer approach to its claims to highly disputed territory in the South China Sea.
“We really haven’t fought a battle like this,” Lt. Gen. MacFarland said in an interview this past week.
Fifteen military officers were sentenced for crimes committee during Operation Condor, an attempt to eliminate dissidents across the
WHO said there is “no public health justification” to postpone or relocate the games as some scientists have said.
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Key Democrats say they are growing worried that Hillary Clinton’s campaign has not determined how to combat her often wily Republican rival.
New Pittsburgh City Schools superintendent looks to bring his talent for helping troubled schools to his new role
While Armstrong is solidly Republican, it’s also the only Pittsburgh-area county where Democrats backed Mr. Sanders over Ms. Clinton.
Presbyterian Bible scholar drew on cultural insights from decades of mission work in the Arab world
West Virginia senator battles big pharma, bureaucrats from Capitol Hill in his fight against opioid addiction in his state.
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Last month's airstrike in Syrian city of Aleppo was the latest of thousands of attacks on medical facilities in conflicts in Middle East
Driver remained entrapped in the vehicle more than hour after the 10 p.m. accident
Preliminary findings of a months-long investigation into pornographic and racist emails on state servers will be released Tuesday afternoon.
Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders also campaign in the state.
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All are charged with helping a Singapore-based defense contractor.
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The House this week toyed with measures to legalize online gambling and permit 24-hour liquor sales at casinos.
More than 50,000 remain trapped in the city.
French ship is expected to arrive in the area early next week.
Greece is trying to maintain friendly relations with a main trading partner.
More screeners and bomb-sniffing dogs help move passengers quicker.
But they caution that climate conditions make it difficult to be precise.
Nineteen people were almost trapped when a sudden storm flooded a cave.
Brazil has been the epicenter of the epidemic.
The study was posted on a site that lets other scientists comment.
President Barack Obama urges people everywhere to embrace the vision of a world without nuclear weapons
The school district has apologized and offered refunds or ‘redaction stickers’ to cover quotes by Hitler, Stalin, al-Baghdadi.
Joyce Bender, an advocate for workers with disabilities, spent a week with South Korean disability advocates.
Kevin Dowdell said that Timothy Glasspool has not shown up for work since Tuesday and the solicitor is trying to reach him.
"I just don't have any gas left in the tank to do this job," said Chuck Ardo. "It's by far and away the most difficult job I've ever had."
Residents from Garfield and Penn Hills thanked the staff for recommending weekend and some evening service in those areas.
The agriculture secretary wants the state to strengthen its emerging prescription drug monitoring plan.
"The economy is continuing to improve ... growth looks to be picking up," Fed Chair Janet Yellen said.
The federal TSA tried to offer travelers some relief after weeks of slow-moving lines blamed on a shortage of TSA security officers.
Dr. Rachel Levine, Pennsylvania's physician general, also joined the discussion on Harrisburg station WITF.
The work will take place from 6 a.m. to 2 p.m. PennDOT says all ramps will remain open. SAI Consulting Engineers will conduct the work.
The crosswalks will be straightened and neon warning lights added.
Staff cuts came for classes where student enrollment is low and multiple sessions of the same course are not needed, board members said.
An end-of-school “King/Queen of the Hill” competition had Shaler Area Middle School students make “cars” that zipped along a 6-foot ramp.
Coverage of the opioid epidemic continues with pill mill shutdowns, drug implants and prescription monitoring.
The president paid tribute to the 140,000 people killed on Aug. 6, 1945 and sought to bring attention to a world without nuclear weapons.
The Pennsylvania Academy of Family Physicians hopes a prescription monitoring tool will help doctors identify would-be addicts.
Lawyers for Kathleen Kane refiled a motion to throw out her criminal charges after an earlier motion was thrown out on a technicality.
The first-of-a-kind device, Probuphine, arrives as communities across the U.S. grapple with a wave of addiction tied to opioids.