All-star team of astrophysicists says it has detected an Einstein-predicted gravitational wave from the distant crash of two black holes.
Business-oriented airline says the route will be one of five nonstop destinations to be launched from Pittsburgh International Airport.
The overnight lane restrictions will occur in both directions in the Squirrel Hill Tunnel, according to PennDOT.
During the years Clinton served as secretary of state, the foundation was led by her husband, former president Bill Clinton.
Melee reportedly begins with clash between two rival drug factions.
The $28.5 million settlement will be split evenly among about 25 million riders after attorneys’ fees, according to the statement.
Lawyer that represents 7 women suing for defamation says comedian’s wife was also his business manager and could have useful information.
Mr. Spanier accused Penn State of violating a non-disparagement agreement made when he resigned under pressure in November 2011.
Dems also on edge; Hillary Clinton seeks redemption in Nevada
Two of the female bombers blew themselves up, and the third was arrested.
Measure passes 96-0, days after South Korea launched a long-range rocket
NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg said the decisions regarding the make-up of the multi-national force will be in June.
The state Transportation Department anticipates the change will save more than $3.1 million in production and mailing costs.
City council had voted to revise accord on police and court system
Secretary of State John Kerry arrived in Munich Wednesday to spur negotiations
New acquisition not well received by market analysts, who say the price paid versus other potential alternatives ”makes little sense.”
The shooting took place both inside and near a restaurant in Abingdon late Wednesday morning.
The 17-story building collapsed after an earthquake Saturday, killing more than 40 people and burying about 100 more.
Robert Farrow says he will leave the job on March 2, after working more than 40 years for the city.
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.The district magistrate’s office within the former Wallace School building in Baldwin Borough has until June 30 to vacate the site.
GNC’s CEO said the fourth-quarter results represent a third consecutive quarter of improving same store sales trends.
The development came as Cliven Bundy, who led a Nevada standoff with federal officers in 2014, was arrested in Portland.
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Non-profit service agencies fear continuing funding problems if Gov. Tom Wolf and the state House and Senate can’t agree on a budget.
While touring a Clairton elementary school, the governor says the alternative to his plan would create a $1B education funding deficit.
The state House authorized a resolution to move forward with an attempt to impeach Kathleen Kane.
Researchers at Carnegie Mellon University have proposed a model for better air pollution tracking around U.S. Steel’s Clairton Coke Works.
Spokeswoman says the school is coping with the ongoing budget stalemate, and the governor’s plan for a 5% bump in funding is welcomed.
Work will begin at 7 a.m. and continue around-the-clock through Feb. 26 at 5 p.m.
Officials stand by their decision that kept the turnpike open, during the snowstorm that left 500 vehicles stranded for up to 24 hours.
Gov. Tom Wolf and state Sen. Jay Costa, in Harrisburg, field questions Tuesday from CCAC students and employees.
The governor’s education funding proposal draws optimism and skepticism from school leaders.
The move is a seen as win for the coalition of 27 mostly Republican-led states and also utilities, coal miners and other industry opponents
Concerns range from the lack of active shooter training, the anonymous tip line number and the delay in hiring a safety coordinator.
Can any alternative candidate can gain enough support to threaten Donald Trump’s drive to the nomination?
Mr. Mack died in his sleep Jan. 31 at his retirement condominium in Myrtle Beach, S.C. He was 75.
The Jerusalem native, now 71, has given no inkling that he will change his version of events at his 15th parole hearing today in San Diego.
Meanwhile, South Korean officials said that the North’s recently launched rocket suggests that it made small gains in technology.
It will be the largest deployment of U.S. troops outside major bases in Afghanistan since the end of the NATO combat mission in 2014.
The risk of the dam toppling and sending water crashing over millions of people may be greater after the Islamic State briefly captured it.
It’s part of the president’s record $4.1 trillion, election-year budget he unveiled Tuesday.
A book found in Pitt's archives — the 1927 edition of "The Everyday Song Book" -- was thought to be the smoking gun to end the dispute.
Relying on choice and incentives, their methods are a far cry from forced busing policies once a hallmark of early desegregation efforts.
The state is asking the justices to take the case in hopes of protecting next month’s primary.
The alarming crisis couldn’t come at a worse time for Haiti, which is facing a governance and constitutional crisis.
The presentation by the official followed a long Russian effort to secure the territory — and mineral rights — under the polar ice cap.
Guam officials say borrowing costs could swell if Chapter 9 bankruptcy protection is extended as a way for Puerto Rico to reduce its debt.
Almost a week after a Himalayan avalanche struck a remote military outpost, rescuers had all but given up hope of finding anybody alive.