Polls show the presidential race tightening, helping to justify some of the unusual hype surrounding Monday’s initial debate.
Charles Walgreen III, who expanded his grandfather’s drugstore chain into a billion-a-year company, has died. He was 80.
Father Amorth died Sept. 16 after a long illness, a Rome hospital where he had received treatment announced. He was 91.
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said Monday that the Senate would vote Wednesday on the president’s veto.
The development signaled a movement toward normalcy after a state of emergency was imposed.
Officials said a disgruntled lawyer wore military-style apparel with old Nazi emblems when he randomly shot at drivers before he was killed.
But his motive remained a mystery Monday as a portrait emerged of him as a mentally troubled young man.
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Foreign Minister Walid al-Moallem also said the government is prepared to take part in a unity government.
The ceremony was meant to promote their agreement to end the country’s 52-year armed conflict.
The White House created the MetroLab network to support partnerships that allow cities to benefit from universities’ technical expertise.
Also on Monday, the Treasury Department blacklisted the same firm, Dandong Hongxiang Industrial Development Company.
El Salvador, Honduras and Guatemala are three of the most violent nations in the world.
It is the latest in a series of woes for one of the city’s most enduring tourist attractions.
The hotline’s former director blamed it on poor work habits by front-line staffers and other problems at the Department of Veterans Affairs.
With these settlements, the administration will have resolved the majority of outstanding claims with more than 100 tribes.
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An independent reviewer has finished its analysis of Washington Boulevard floodgates.
Safety of facility being tested a month after a large chuck of concrete fell.
Mayo Clinic obesity researcher James Levine says activity-monitoring devices exploit the false belief that they have health benefits.
The Five-hundred-meter Aperture Spherical Telescope began searching for signals from stars and galaxies and, perhaps, extraterrestrial life.
The financially muscular Pennsylvania Medical Society pushes back against laws limiting doctors, but doesn’t always win.
Rep. Aaron Kaufer, R-Luzerne, says “this is more about PR” and “more talking about the problem we already know exists.”
A recent University of Pittsburgh study found using an activity tracker device in a weight-loss program for young adults didn’t help them.
Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump tangled over how to bring good-paying jobs back to the United States, as they opened Monday's debate.
The jury will begin deliberations Tuesday in the charges against Frederick Harris, who is accused of killing his mother and her husband in
A jury found Derek Lee and Paul Durham guilty of second-degree murder in the 2014 slaying at Leonard Butler’s Lakewood Avenue home.
Fire trucks, school buses and tractor-trailers will not be able to cross the bridge for the next several weeks as the span is bolstered.
Landowners bitterly dispute the sums that some drillers have been taking from royalty check already diminished by a collapse in prices.
The public event will be held next Tuesday after the Ryder Cup. The family will have a private funeral sometime this week.
Police said the shooter was a disgruntled lawyer who had numerous weapons and randomly shot at drivers
As the baseball community mourns the passing of a budding star, his team must carry on without his “kindness” and “joy” for life and the
The deal, which will take effect in July 2017, includes average total raises of 3.1 percent during the contract.
Pittsburgh-area gas stations were unaffected by as prices spiked in the Southeast, and lower autumn prices could be on the way.
The size of the audience is expected to challenge the presidential debate record of 80 million who watched the 1980 Carter-Reagan debate.
The Red Line between Fallowfield and Potomac stations in Beechview had been closed since March for an $8.4 million rail replacement project.
Early-’90s efforts to reverse the area’s worrisome trends set a vibrant market in motion, and the old guys wonder who all the newbies are.
To much of the world, Charlotte is the Queen City. But a very different Charlotte came into the spotlight in the past few days.
The Libertarian nominee’s insurgent campaign has injected even more ambiguity into this year’s presidential contest.
They allege that Indivior tried to keep cheaper, generic versions of Suboxone off the market.
The two presidential nominees will meet 9 p.m. tonight for their first debate in a virtual dead heat in the race for the White House.
Officials say Arcan Cetin killed five people with a rifle at a Macy’s makeup counter.
The city’s 1921 riot is regarded as one of the deadliest race riots in the country’s history and still lingers in Tulsa’s consciousness.
The Interior Department finalized a rule to allow for the reestablishment of a formal government-to-government relationship.
The population of 1.5 million long-settled, registered refugees has been given six months to leave.
Residents have described the latest onslaught as the heaviest air bombardment of the 5½-year civil war.
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First responders say some people tell them they should just say no to using so many resources on drug abusers.
The great majority of the casualties were inflicted in airstrikes by a coalition led by Saudi Arabia.