Officials said the bus carrying 44 passengers was going much faster than the truck, but the bus may have been slowing down before impact.
It is by far the president’s biggest effort to bolster local Democrats since he took office.
The Review-Journal was bought late last year by the casino magnate and billionaire Sheldon Adelson, a supporter of the GOP nominee.
The Kurdish forces, known as peshmerga, said the area they cordoned off measures around 38 square miles.
Warplanes targeted the opposition neighborhoods of the city’s eastern neighborhoods Saturday evening, residents and rebels said.
In France, at least, the timing is seen as significant, as relations between Paris and Moscow have reached historic lows.
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News of the rescues came amid reports that clashes broke out elsewhere in Europe at the infamous “Jungle” refugee camp in Calais, France.
When a media company buys another, the acquired firm’s regime is usually shoved out the door.
The new court calendar suggests that the remaining eight justices are altering their workload.
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Researchers think they’ve found signs of “moonlet wakes” in the planet’s outer rings.
Mr. Doyle died Friday at his Shaler home following years of medical issues including a stroke and multiple heart attacks.
The former attorney general is expected to seek leniency for abusing her position, but “no regrets” means she may not receive it.
The Pittsburgh Parking Authority board backed off some changes in all-day and lease rates that would have taken effect in August.
The American Academy of Pediatrics today issues its first update of safe-sleep guidelines in five years.
Either Democrat Joseph Torsella of Philadelphia or Republican Otto Voit of Berks County will oversee more than $100 billion in state assets.
Some on Brighton Woods Road say buses that began last month are noisy and may damage the street in their 80-home cul-de-sac.
Scientists studying the habits found that the primates produce stone flakes similar to the flakes used as cutting tools by early humans.
At a hearing in Monroeville, there were tense moments between charter school CEOs and principals from traditional schools.
“Here's the big X factor: it's called Donald Trump,” said Terry Madonna, director of the Franklin & Marshall College poll.
Followers of a Pennsylvania-based cleric say the Turkish government is using a July coup attempt as a pretext to falsely accuse them.
At 14, the dancing sidekick of pop star Sia and judge on “So You Think You Can Dance” is among the youngest teens to make the list of 30.
The musician will be performing at Soldiers & Sailors Memorial Hall and Museum in Oakland at 6:30 p.m.
The proposed deal is likely to spur yet more consolidation among media companies, which have looked to partners to get bigger.
He died Monday from pancreatic and lung cancer in Manhattan. He was 83.
It’s part of the new round of regulations announced by the Obama administration as part of its efforts to normalize relations with Cuba.
U.S. Defense Secretary Ash Carter meanwhile met with Iraq’s prime minister and commanders in Baghdad to discuss the offensive to retake
Officials are awaiting data gleaned from IS computer hard drives, cellphones, and recruiting files after Iraqi forces advance into the city.
Mr. Trump’s carefully scripted presentation was meant to project a new level of forethought and seriousness.
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St. Louis educator Macon Paine Finley will head the Shadyside school beginning in July 2017.
China’s president will press his demands for top-down obedience at an annual meeting of the Communist Party’s Central Committee in Beijing.
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Trump supporters hope to deploy poll watchers from other areas of the state into heavily Democratic Philadelphia, where GOP is outnumbered.
Organizations supporting Clinton have raised about $200 million, defying expectations that conservatives and corporations would dominate
In Washington County, where prescription pill abuse often leads to heroin, dozens of drop off spots nudged people to get rid of old drugs.
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McGinty would bring environmental expertise to foreign affairs policy talks; Toomey would bring finance background.
After DDT was banned in 1972, the state’s populations shifted from no longer present in 1979 to endangered in 1980s to threatened in 1997.
Republicans Tim Murphy and Keith Rothfus and Democrat Mike Doyle are heavy favorites to retain their seats in the Nov. 8 election.
Republican John Brown says his business experience sets him apart from the Democratic incumbent.
Did chiropractic’s work lead to death of social media star from Pittsburgh area? Researchers have been debating this for decades.
As it was being attacked in Mosul, the Islamic State group assaulted the oil-rich city of Kirkuk.
Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton shared a genial moment backstage at a fundraising dinner, Cardinal Timothy Dolan says.
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The storms dumped up to 7 inches of rain in some places, triggering mudslides, turning roads into rivers and sweeping away two homes
NASA photos captured a black spot on the red planet where the lander was supposed to have touched down.
One day after Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte announced a “separation” from the U.S., he backpedaled on the statement.
Some say the honor should go to a real woman — and one that isn’t wearing what resembles a Playboy-bunny outfit.