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.
Forecasters said the system, which could be named Bonnie and is moving slowly over warm waters, is gradually becoming better defined.
The Special Operations forces and the Syrian Kurdish and Arab fighters they are advising pushed closer to Raqqa.
The president, who began his administration with an audacious call for a nuclear-free world, acknowledged there still is much to be done.
The vote underscored the passions surrounding a social issue that is dividing the Republican Party and the nation in this election year.
Libyan-based smugglers took advantage of calmer seas to send desperate migrants north.
It takes 1,237 delegates to win the Republican nomination. The New York billionaire has reached 1,239.
Four people were shot when a fight that started in a performers’ lounge of a Manhattan concert hall spilled into a second-floor VIP area.
Volley after volley of tear gas poisoned the Paris air Thursday. Oil refineries shuttered. Nuclear plants were on hold.
He also was a leader of a 1992 task force to alleviate a humanitarian crisis in Somalia.
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The “Pink Panther” films brought Mr. Kwouk greater visibility than many other British actors of Asian descent at the time.
Experts have warned for years that overuse of antibiotics is weakening the effectiveness of human defenses against harmful bacteria.
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The crosswalks will be straightened and neon warning lights added.
Board votes to ban bus contractor following allegations.
To close a projected $5 million budget deficit, the school district plans first to try to cut expenses, but it may need to borrow money.
High school principal Todd Kolson’s skills are needed at the middle school, superintendent Wesley Shipley says.
District officials balanced the budget, in part, by selling property and by using some money from the fund balance.
Flora Rathburn worked her way up from small newspapers to directing a staff that won Pulitzers.
While the state cracks down on pill mills and doctors, people with chronic pain say they are left with few alternatives.
More than 34 million will drive more than 50 miles this weekend, when weather will be very warm and humid with a chance of rain each day.
Mr. McDonough was police chief in Mt. Lebanon and a longtime Pennsylvania state trooper.
The goal of OpenGov Allegheny and Allegheny County Contracts Online is increased transparency and public engagement.
Tracy A. Fischer, 47, of Erie, was one of four transplant patients who contracted mold infections at Presbyterian or Montefiore hospitals.
The ride-share company was fined $11.4 million last month for defying the Public Utility Commission for several months in 2014.
U.S. Steel accuses Chinese steel producers of stealing trade secrets, conspiring to fix prices and evading import duties.
A hazmat crew is on scene assisting in the cleanup, although it’s unclear what the truck was hauling.
Woman’s particular strain of E. coli has shown a resistance to colistin, a drug used for difficult-to-treat infections.
The Clarion Quartet performed at Terezin, a former Nazi concentration camp near Prague, during the Pittsburgh Symphony’s European tour.
Seven common-sense steps could reduce the chance of an accidental overdose in your home.
The anti-overdose drug will save people who can then be referred to treatment, says a federal prosecutor.
Local communities grow more comfortable with having the Appalachian Trail as a neighbor.
President Barack Obama said his counterparts are “rattled by (Donald) Trump -- and for good reasons.”
The Route 60 project includes milling and paving, drainage improvements, base repairs, guide rail updates and line painting.
Saudi money and influence have transformed this once-tolerant Muslim society at the hem of Europe into a font of Islamic extremism.
Six of France’s eight refineries are on strike, and electrical workers may walk off the job today.
His Anaheim, Calif., rally came a day after rioting in Albuquerque, N.M., that injured several police officers.
Her aides twice brushed aside concerns, in one case telling technical staff “the matter was not to be discussed further,” the report said.
Russia traded Ukraine’s “Joan of Arc” for two Russian servicemen accused by Kiev of being members of Russian military intelligence.
But hours after the Taliban’s announcement of Mullah Haibatullah Akhundzada’s selection, opposition to him emerged.
A new study estimates as “substantial” the risk of a severe birth defect when the mother is infected early in the pregnancy.
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Texas and West Virginia were among the states asking a federal court to declare the bathrooms and locker rooms directive unlawful.
The addition of Avigdor Lieberman was part of a deal Wednesday to expand the prime minister’s coalition government.
The Memphis-area physician said a need for money and sympathy for pain sufferers spurred his oxycodone practices.
Prescribing combinations of hydrocodone, oxycodone, fentanyl, morphine and narcotic cough syrup resulted in prison term.
After 18-month defense, the former Breakthrough Pain physician signed a plea agreement Wednesday.