A 90-year-old swatch of preserved mold that created the world’s first “miracle drug” came from Alexander Fleming’s laboratory
Adam Deutsch will have to register as a Megan’s Law sex offender for the next 15 years under the terms of his sentence.
George and Joann Vosburgh’s retirement means the PSO will have four open principal seats within the ensemble.
The media personality said she didn’t think she had the necessary experience to run the country, but now thinks differently.
Patricia Fowler will stay in jail, but her 19-year-old son, Datwon, charged with obstruction, will be let go pending trial.
Woman sexually abused by clergy admits “frustration” at an alleged lack of cooperation from Vatican offices.
Marcus Brown will become Wolf's liaison on public safety, helping to coordinate communications and policy involving the state police,
Trump has boasted in his speech to Congress about military cost-savings and corporate job expansion that actually took root under Obama.
President Trump's new immigration order will remove Iraq from the list of countries whose citizens face a temporary U.S. travel ban.
They praised the Republican president's first address to a joint session of Congress.
The Financial Times reports that Penguin Random House will pay more than $65 million for global rights to the memoirs of the Obamas.
PennDOT says the crash occurred between Exit 13 (Crawford Run Rd/Freeport Road/Russellton) and Exit 14 (Route 366/Tarentum area).
Why the sudden shift? Numbers. Trump’s approval rating is the worst for any new president in recorded history.
The president is “the leader on this issue right now; he’s the one that’s got to hold us together,” said Rep. Dennis Ross of Florida.
Billionaire investor Carl Icahn and the leading U.S. biofuel trade group provided a deal to the Trump administration for revamping the
SEATTLE — Airport officials and civil rights lawyers around the country are getting ready for President Donald Trump’s new travel ban —
WASHINGTON — President Donald Trump has signed an executive order mandating a review of an Obama-era rule aimed at protecting small streams
He blocked an Obama-era rule that would have prevented an estimated 75,000 people with mental disorders from buying guns.
The president said that those schools will be “an absolute priority for this White House.”
Many speculate the attack on Kim Jong Nam was orchestrated by North Korea, but Pyongyang denies any role.
The Republican chairman of the House Judiciary Committee, Bob Goodlatte, opposed the resolution.
Parvatha Vardhini wailed Tuesday as her son’s body was cremated in his hometown of Hyderabad.
State Department spokesman Mark Toner on Tuesday called for Macedonia to urgently put together a government.
That statement put him potentially at odds with the White House.
The crash sparked a major fire, authorities and witnesses said.
Ricardo Rossello said he would eliminate subsidies, shrink the number of public agencies and increase the cost of some government services.
The shooting last week in Olathe sparked unease in Kansas and across the globe.
Usually people don’t notice the “cloud” — unless, that is, it turns into a massive storm.
The U.S. attorney general painted a grim vision of violence in America on Tuesday.
Special Warfare Operator William “Ryan” Owens is the first U.S. service member killed in the line of duty during Mr. Trump’s administration.
Yang Jiechi relayed greetings from President Xi Jinping in a meeting with the American leader, vice president and a senior adviser.
Plus: Israeli watchdog criticizes Netanyahu; Samsung executive indicted; Afghan policeman kills 11 colleagues
It was the first time Russia and the Trump administration had clashed in a vote at the U.N. Security Council.
They ignored protests, claims their newest real estate venture clashes with Canadian values and a no-show mayor.
The feat has not been attempted since NASA’s Apollo heyday close to half a century ago.
It would give legal status to some living in the U.S. illegally and provide a pathway to citizenship to those brought here as children.
Gov. Tom Wolf said the Road Maintenance and Preservation Program earmarks extra money for capital and maintenance work on roads and bridges.
The findings are sparking questions about whether screening should start earlier than age 50.
“She was a great positive role model for people that had health issues,” said her friend Judie Burrows.
Medicare Part B premiums rose this year, causing the average Social Security recipient to either break even or see a decline in income.
A study by a University of Pittsburgh professor says abuse can lead to confusion about how good behavior leads to good results.
Department of Labor and Industry Secretary Kathy Manderino fielded questions from lawmakers on the status of the unemployment program.
Under the ruling, the daughter and son of the late Richard Mellon Scaife would receive detailed records of his newspapers.
The families still don’t have sufficient, permanent water supplies, said a community advocate for the Mountain Watershed Association.
Trump spoke of Chief Petty Officer Ryan Owens near the end of his speech.
President Donald Trump promised that by putting citizens first, “dying industries will come back” and the country will revive.
The goal of the Frank Brunckhorst Presidential Scholarship Endowment is to attract the most talented scholars to CMU’s academic programs.
Nisson Friedman lost his teaching job in September for inappropriate contact with a child.
The Plum Borough school board voted 5-3 to approve an agreement with Ryan Kociela, who will be on paid sick leave until his resignation.
Without offering new evidence, Pittsburgh police Chief Scott Schubert said, “This is an ongoing missing person investigation.”