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The St. Louis County prosecutor is preparing for the grand jury as Attorney General Eric Holder arrives in Missouri.
The Islamic State on Wednesday threatened to execute a second U.S. captive if President Barack Obama didn’t halt the attacks.
Action on so-called inversions is unlikely in a deeply divided Congress, and a crackdown won’t deter companies from reorganizing overseas.
Pappy’s house in the country was a special place to spend summer days and nights.
The money will dent the flow of fertilizer and manure feeding the algae blooms that threaten the supply of drinking water from Lake Erie.
Protests have been ongoing every night since an unarmed black teen was killed by a white police officer Aug. 9.
The state Supreme Court ruled that the $75,000 mandatory fine given a Rivers Casino employee for stealing $200 in poker chips was excessive.
Mr. Khan, 100, became the world’s greatest squash player after humble beginnings in a Pashtun village, watching British officers play.
The New York district attorney announced action in the death last month of unarmed Eric Garner while officers struggled to subdue him.
Vehicle-to-vehicle communications technologies in all new passenger car are likely to cut the risk of deadly crashes.
JERUSALEM — Militants in Gaza broke a temporary cease-fire by launching rockets at Israel on Tuesday, and Israel responded with
David Barajas is accused of fatally shooting Jose Banda in December 2012, minutes after Mr. Banda plowed into his pickup truck.
Protesters forming behind a cricket star-politician and a cleric both aim to unseat Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif.
The army units appeared to withdraw south after dismantling what a defense ministry spokesman said were at least 40 roadside bombs.
PLUS: Putin and Ukraine's leader to meet; U.S. journalist scrutinized by Afghanistan; China, Russia engage in military drills.
PLUS: California teens arrested; grandson shooting; hackers steal data; Texas governor booked.
Chikungunya, Rift Valley fever and MERS among other viral infections that are here or could arrive on the next boat or plane.
An overnight curfew has been imposed and the National Guard, the U.S. state militia, has been deployed in the St. Louis suburb.
As in previous closures, PennDOT is warning of significant delays on the outbound parkway, with traffic forming a single lane and exiting.
Friends said the woman who served as mayor from 1988 through 1993 ’epitomized Pittsburgh.’ Mrs. Masloff died Sunday at age 96.
Defendants in the Pennsylvania Turnpike corruption case say the state can’t prove a direct relationships between contracts and donations.
It was unclear whether the grand jury's expiration means the end of the probe of the city.
University of Pittsburgh study shows medication adherence improves health care costs and mortality rates in patients
Prosecutors tell a judge they have to prove a pattern of conduct, not a direct awarding of contracts for contributions to support charges.
Single-lane traffic is possible in both directions from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. weekdays through next Tuesday.
The Rev. Sidney Hills, who followed his ancestors’ paths into ministry, will be honored Saturday at East Liberty Presbyterian Church.
A nephew of the pope who was driving the car was in serious condition after the accident, the Vatican confirmed.
Jewish Healthcare Foundation officials say progress has been made on AIDS, but the number of patients 13-24 years old is growing.
Critics say the state Health Department’s changes to track health complaints about Marcellus Shale drilling don’t go far enough.
Alan Gibney spent 35 years as an engineer at the Bettis Atomic Power Laboratory in West Mifflin.
Any progress in Pittsburgh will hinge on the PUC, which held the second day of a hearing Tuesday at the PUC’s Pittsburgh office.
Fomer state senator and attorney general dies at 80.
Health and fitness events for the coming week.
Public awareness, better diagnostic tools and modern-day stress are among the factors boosting mental and behavior problems in children.
Gov. Jay Nixon removed midnight curfew on city as President Barack Obama said he would send U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder to Ferguson.
Obama touts major defeat for Islamic State extremists.
Chemical preservatives, flavorings and thickening agents are streaming into food supply, and, in hundreds of cases, federal regulators
More Palestinians die from injuries suffered in clashes with Israelis.
Local residents and black leaders worry about attorney’s impartiality in a case involving a white officer fatally shooting a black teenager.
Police said raid appeared to be by well-informed attackers who seized private documents and $335,000.
Some in the crowd in the St. Louis suburb are militants, while others are peaceful, and still others are just there for the looting. While
Security officials say death toll unknown, but Grad rocket strike set line of cars and buses from Luhansk ablaze, incinerating the
Old World deli finds new lease on life in Polish Hill, where more residents want local produce, vegan and gluten-free fare.
U.S. Geological Survey says man-made temblors caused by high-tech energy drilling are generally 16 times weaker than those of the same
Plus: India calls off peace talks; Pakistan's political crisis grows; Assange refuge becomes muddled.
Gov. Jay Nixon said the National Guard will have “immediate and limited” responsibilities as protests over black teen’s death continue.
Sophie Friedman Masloff, who made history as Pittsburgh’s first woman mayor, died Sunday morning at age 96.
Authorities on Sunday imposed a midnight curfew for the second night a row in the tense St. Louis suburb of Ferguson.
Kurdish forces took control of most of Iraq’s largest dam Sunday amid the largest U.S. deployment of air power in the campaign.
So far, earnest responses have outnumbered the flippant ones, but entries are still welcome at paac.mindmixer.com through Aug. 31.