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The broader U.S. rules of engagement, approved July 31, came after rebels fighting IS were attacked by the Nusrah Front.
Drivers would have two options: pay using E-ZPass or have their license plates photographed and be billed by mail.
The talks were kept on hiatus until now amid political unrest that swept the country in the wake of the Arab Spring.
Israel’s security cabinet approved new measures Sunday against Israelis who attack Palestinians.
Prime Minister Stephen Harper broke with Canadian political tradition by formally opening the campaign in the middle of summer.
The Environmental Protection Agency will finalize measures that promise to upend a century of electrical power generation.
The agents detailed to the city represent a “flipping of the script of sorts,” interim police Commissioner Kevin Davis said.
The kid-size hitchBOT set out to travel cross-country after successfully hitchhiking across Canada in 26 days last year and parts of Europe.
The devices log vast amounts of data, tracking number of calories burned, heart rate and sleep patterns among other information.
Mr. Keenan, of Kennedy, had been the community liaison in the district attorney’s office after a long career with U.S. Steel sales.
The averages that 17 candidates have recorded in national polls will determine which 10 get to participate.
A Duke University study says 20 percent of children are such picky eaters they could face impairments including depression.
The brother of the late figurehead of the Taliban on Sunday joined a growing challenge to the extremist group’s newly appointed leader.
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The nomination vote virtually guarantees Paul Klein of Squirrel Hill a full term on council in the seat formerly held by Barbara Daly Danko.
Nightly closures will begin an hour earlier this week.
The historically black college in the state system faces declining enrollment and weak finances. Its supporters see decades of underfunding.
CCAC data for the high school class of 2014 showed 78 percent of students from throughout the county needed at least one remedial class.
Mr. Biden’s path would not be easy. Mrs. Clinton has enormous support among Democrats inspired by the idea of electing a woman as president.
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As Uber continues its explosive growth, it has become a delicate issue in political campaigns.
The vast majority of the $388 million backing presidential candidates is being channeled to groups that can accept unlimited contributions.
An audio message purportedly from Mullah Akhtar Mohammad Mansoor came as cracks in the Taliban’s previously united front widened.
She emphasized that she came into her wealth later in her life — an effort to draw a distinction with Jeb Bush, the scion of a rich family.
About 50,000 people will finally get a chance to decide which country they wish to be citizens of.
Concern about lack of electricity seems to outrank concern over Islamic State among many IIraqis.
Utilities are trying to anticipate what will happen if (or when) millions of electric vehicles pour onto city streets and highways.
The military campaign has prevented Iraq’s collapse and put the Islamic State under increasing pressure in northern Syria.
Longtime South Side resident Blanche Dunik knew how to lend a hand and keep a secret.
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Bankruptcy is an option, but often only a temporary fix for people facing large monthly bills.
A Palestinian toddler died Friday in a firebombing of a house in the West Bank that was being attributed to extremist Jewish settlers.
Trans-Pacific Parnership trade pact talks foundered Friday in Hawaii over contentious access and tariff disputes.
His bid to become president of the United States has got people scratching their heads.
The accused killer of nine people in Charleston, S.C., church wants to plead guilty to federal charges.
The U.S. Coast Guard on Friday evening reluctantly ended its weeklong search in the Atlantic for two missing teenage fishermen.
The former Oakmont Country Club president was protective of the club’s reputation and integrity.
President Barack Obama on Friday signed a short-term transportation funding bill but scolded lawmakers.
Two University of Cincinnati officers who arrived after a colleague shot and killed an unarmed black driver won’t be charged for lying.
An Ebola vaccine tested in Guinea has proven effective in a preliminary study, the World Health Organization announced Friday.
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Ms. Arnet will face Republican Guy Reschenthaler in a November special election.
Organizers with labor unions and other groups vowed to lobby again to dismantle commercial insurers.
The ramp will close from 8 tonight until 8 a.m. Saturday for pavement repairs.
Delays are possible starting at 7 p.m.
The .380-caliber Sig Sauer, which had one bullet chambered, is the 10th firearm found in carry-on luggage this year at PIT, Mr. McCarthy
During the year that Gov. Chris Christie was head of the Republican Governors Association, Mr. Trump gave $250,000.