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High-fidelity earplugs preserve listeners’ hearing as well as the integrity of music.
The deal appears to align with a national trend that has insurers investing in such freestanding clinics.
A Saudi-led airstrike Monday in Sanaa, Yemen’s capital, is said to have killed at least 25 people, and over 350 were reported to be hurt.
After confrontation during election forum last week, Pittsburgh Councilman Ricky Burgess says he won’t participate in further debates.
Officials were mobilizing Monday to an emergency meeting after what was feared may be the deadliest Mediterranean migrant loss of life.
The small-circulation newspaper in Charleston, S.C., on Monday won the Pulitzer Prize for public service, journalism’s top award.
6 Somali-American men from Minnesota were charged Monday with planning to join the Islamic State and fight for the militant group in Syria.
Evidence suggests that the Ebola virus has been in the West African rain forest for years before last year’s deadly epidemic broke out.
A lawyer for incarcerated Washington Post correspondent Jason Rezaian says he has been charged with four serious crimes including espionage.
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New law President Obama signed last week will end Medicare’s insurance cards with Social Security numbers.
Dan Connolly and Denise Ranalli Russell were raised in Allegheny County suburbs but now live in one of the county's most diverse districts,
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Health-related events scheduled for the region.
Roland S. Catarinella’s concrete legacy lies in the thousands of homes he developed around Pittsburgh’s eastern suburbs since World War II,
Mr. Dauler, chairman of Neville Chemical Co. supported a wide range of cultural and health-related charities in the region, died Sunday.
As a member of the U.S. House, the Republican co-sponsored one of the nation’s most rigorous laws to fight corruption in unions.
A fundraising golf outing will help Canine Angels train additional service dogs for donation and placement to veterans.
Physician Yakiv Rogalin has focused the work of his foundation on civilians affected by the armed conflict in eastern Ukraine.
Outbound traffic will be restricted to one lane starting one hour after the Pirates and Penguins games have ended.
Doug Hughes, who landed a gyrocopter on the U.S. Capitol lawn last week, had hoped to raise awareness about big money in politics.
National prices are also on the way up -- rising 6.6 cents per gallon in the last week.
The restrictions will occur after 8 p.m. and before 5 a.m. between the Veterans Bridge and the 31st Street Bridge.
Work will occur between Pocono Drive and McKinney Lane with traffic limited to one lane in both directions.
Brother Bernard Hartman, a former North Catholic teacher, goes on trial in Australia on charges of abusing children there.
The agency’s spending on secret sources has increased much faster than its overall budget.
The incident could be the Mediterranean’s deadliest known migrant tragedy and intensified pressure on the European Union to act.
La’Tasha D. Mayes, head of the nonprofit New Voices Pittsburgh, is taking on incumbent Deborah Gross in District 7.
The vitamin is important for bone health, safe pregnancies and a strong immune system.
The new Frick Park Environmental Center is taking shape in Squirrel Hill as Pittsburgh’s newest green building.
The University of Pittsburgh plans to begin clinical trials this year to determine if the extract can block head and neck cancers.
The firearm was the fourth discovered in carry-on bags at the airport this year.
The attack widens the circle of nations affected by the group’s atrocities while showing its growth beyond a self-declared caliphate.
The changes are in response to a scathing report the VA Office of Inspector General released last week.
Officials estimate that 700 people may have drowned when a ship sank in the Mediterranean Sea Saturday night.
The admissions mark a watershed in one of the country’s largest forensic scandals.
Former Maryland Gov. Martin O’Malley led the call for a competitive primary, appearing on CBS’s “Face the Nation.”
Also, the Seattle Times won the award in breaking news for its digital coverage of a mudslide in Washington that killed 43 people.
Two years after bombs killed three and wounded 260 more, the world’s most prestigious marathon took tentative steps back toward normal.
The deals will extend Beijing’s reach to the mouth of the Persian Gulf and allow China to supplant the U.S. as Pakistan’s biggest investor.
The accounts appeared to contradict an account by the federal government that the deaths could have been caused by friendly fire.
The agency has been beset by a series of security lapses, including an incident in which a man jumped a fence and ran inside the White
Pretty Skinny Blond Women are ruining the world, one rant at a time.
Lisa Mearkle, an officer in Hummelstown, was charged in the shooting death in February of David Kassick, who police say was unarmed.
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Lisa Mearkle, an officer in Hummelstown, was charged in the shooting death in February of David Kassick, who the police say was unarmed.
National Park Service will mark the anniversary of that somber stop with an event at the state Capitol featuring Lincoln actor Fritz Klein.
The high school offers new labs, music, art, academic and athletic facilities to its 1,700 students.
Two months before a police officer shot a South Carolina motorist in the back, David Kassick was killed by a Pennsylvania officer.