There was no indication the shooting at the Cameo club was terrorism related, police said. No suspect is in custody.
Multiple companies have reported to the scene at Center Avenue above a popular diner.
The South Side resident who doted on her three grandchildren died Thursday after a 15-month battle with mesothelioma.
Mayoral candidate tells supporters at Hazelwood church that Peduto’s policies aren’t helping all citizens.
The practice of monitoring bears began in the mid 1980s after the population had dropped to about 5,000 in the 1970s.
North Korea, a country that is cut off from much of the globe, is increasingly trying to use its cyberattack abilities to bring in cash.
Saturday was the 60th anniversary of the day the bloc’s foundations were laid, but leaders said they face many challenges.
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The embassy said the attacker, born in Britain, taught English in Saudi Arabia twice, with legitimate work visas both times.
The incident would mark the greatest loss of civilians since the U.S. began strikes on Islamic State targets in Iraq and Syria in 2014.
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There is little doubt that if Congress finds as much as $25 billion to construct the wall, someone will happily take it.
Former EPA officials want to stop what they see as an attack on the idea that protecting the environment is a national priority.
In stopping the repeal of Obamacare, a GOP goal for seven years, the rebellious far right wing of his party out-rebelled President Trump.
The comments were made defending a bill that would outlaw abortions sought by women based solely on a diagnosis of genetic abnormalities.
Millions of Americans will have to navigate a current federal health care system that, while not “imploding,” is in flux.
The president will have to bridge many of the same divides within his own party that sunk the attempted overhaul of the Affordable Care Act.
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“Some were smiling, some were grim-faced and sad,” the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette reported the next day, March 25, 1942.
An anti-Trump protester allegedly doused the organizer of the event with pepper spray and was immediately set upon by Trump supporters.
The section will be closed in both directions on Sunday from 12:01 a.m. to 6 a.m.
As the drama over health care legislation n fades, the rest of the country faces a more immediate concern: Getting insurance for next year.
Police said officers responded to a disturbance at the east end of the parking lot of the Club Dubai shortly before 2:30 a.m. Saturday.
The new endeavor by The Ellipses Condition puts the interplay between dance, music, chalk art, poetry and science under a microscope.
In an interview with The Washington Post, Mr. Trump made his inclinations clear: “The best thing politically is to let Obamacare explode.”
The agent, identified as Pavel Parshov, was wounded by a bodyguard for the former lawmaker and died in the hospital.
Rep. Devin Nunes, R-Calif., committee chair, announced Friday that he had postponed what was to have been another public hearing on Tuesday.
Nine people were in custody and being questioned as part of the investigation into the assailant, officials said.
Shabbat 1000 brings together area college students, dignitaries for celebration of Jewish ritual meal
“The idea of the Sabbath is it should bring peace and unity in the world,” said Sara Weinstein, co-director of Chabad House on Campus.
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The roving black hole was detected in an image taken by NASA’s Hubble Space Telescope.
The health department will provide a total of $310,000 to two organizations that can provide street outreach and trauma response teams.
Viewing starts for spring star parties at 7:40 p.m. March 31 and April 1 at the observatory at Deer Lakes Park in Frazer.
Older adults with heart disease would benefit from emphasis on physical activity, says new statement from the American Heart Association.
In a stunning turn of events, Republicans canceled a planned vote on legislation that was to replace the Affordable Care Act.
The decision caps the long scientific and political fight over a project that became a proxy battle in the war over global warming.
A former Philly church official imprisoned over his handling of abuse complaints may learn Friday if his legal odyssey will come to an end.
A Dauphin County jury Friday found former Penn State president Graham Spanier guilty of a misdemeanor count of endangerment.
“Federal guidelines prohibit the use of such signals at toll plazas,” the commission said.
A senior Ukrainian official says the killer of Kremlin critic Denis Voronenkov, who was gunned down in the Ukrainian capital of Kiev, was a
Construction projects, road closures throughout the Pittsburgh region.
Rep. Devin Nunes also said he has requested FBI's James Comey and the NSA director, Admiral Michael Rogers, to brief the panel.
Indiana County District Attorney Patrick Dougherty said he levied the homicide charge after the coroner confirmed Zweig was strangled.
Police said that nine people were in custody as part of the investigation into the assailant, identified as Khalid Masood.
Mubarak, 88, was taken from the Maadi Military Hospital in southern Cairo, where he had been living under guard.
The proportion of mutations due to random copying errors varies depending on the cancer, the researchers said.
He was the first of President Donald Trump’s selected foreign emissaries to take his post.
His words were welcomed by lawmakers, who used the hearing to voice deep dismay at the president’s recent budget proposal.
Attorney Jay Clayton has done significant legal work for Goldman Sachs and other financial giants.