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From electronic implants to stem cells, University of Pittsburgh researchers and others seek ways to halt blindness.
The new Pittsburgh program mixes athletic training with academic rigor to give inner-city students a gateway to graduation.
A flexible master plan has allowed a relatively small school to sustainably develop nearly 400 acres of farmland in Richland Township.
Mr. Nash, who attended Carnegie Mellon, was killed along with his wife, Alicia, in a crash on Saturday.
Senate Republicans blocked a bill that would have allowed the NSA to search the records held by phone companies on a case-by-case basis.
A pending article in the peer-reviewed journal Water Policy sets out to refine some early versions of the factors that led to the disaster.
Oscar Romero was the Catholic archbishop of San Salvador, whose slaying as he said Mass became emblematic of El Salvador’s civil war.
Plus: Burundi opposition leader fatally shot; Somalia towns captured; and more.
Work zone speed cameras have slowed traffic down in Maryland, and may be coming to Pennsylvania.
The order requires Amtrak to enforce a 50 mph limit near the Frankford Junction curve, modify signals and enforce speed limits elsewhere.
Stacy Innerst is the artist. You are the caption writer.
Hungarians have the mindset of an occupied people, we are told, which hasn’t changed all that much since the fall of Communism.
A reason for Pat Toomey to smile. (Associated Press photo) Underwhelmed by the effort thus far of Democrats to win back the U.S.
Allegheny County Executive Rich Fitzgerald and Pittsburgh Mayor Bill Peduto listen to a speech Downtown in February 2015.