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America’s response to Ebola must be based in fact and science, President Barack Obama said Wednesday.
Western Pennsylvania hospitals, like most employers, shed jobs in the wake of the 2008 recession, but job losses have continued.
The explosion Tuesday evening marked the first time that a resupply mission contracted by NASA to a private company has failed.
The Fed has ended its “QE3” bond purchases but decides to maintain low short-term interest rates to keep spurring jobs market.
Pennsylvania American Water will replace a 36-inch water main that ruptured three times this week on Boyce.
In stepping down from the state Supreme Court this week, former Justice Seamus McCaffery reduced most risk to his sizable state pension.
The ramp closure is the final big hurdle for drivers who have faced more than four years of restrictions and detours.
Among the 14 presidents, the largest boost was a 13.2 percent, or $29,078, increase awarded to Bloomsburg University president David Soltz.
Several board members expressed concerns over the lack of specifics outlined to board members about the plan.
Also: Her angel put purse back into her hands; assisting needy couple meant more than lunch; return of MAC card made for a good day.
The militiamen made their way toward the Syrian Kurdish border town of Kobani to try to break a siege there by Islamic State militants.
Guy Scott takes over for President Michael Sata, who died in a London hospital at age 77.
The images and words they are using are striking for how overtly they play on fears of intimidation and repression.
Officials cancelled an evening news conference at which they had hoped to announce a deal after months of negotiation.
A mudslide triggered by monsoon rains buried scores of workers' houses Wednesday at a tea plantation in central Sri Lanka.
The evacuations of hundreds of houses started Tuesday, part of a sweeping security response by Egypt's government.
The legendary editor who helped force out President Richard Nixon and transform U.S. journalism, Mr. Bradlee had passed into icon status.
Neighbors initially took the woman’s killing as a macabre Halloween prank.
PLUS: French soldier killed; Hong Kong lawmaker; celebrations canceled; oil spill near Stockholm.
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If all goes ideally, construction could begin in 2017 or 2018, said Port Authority officials.
The two-minute video, filmed in New York City, was made by the group Hollaback! to raise awareness of street harassment.
The work will cause an alternating one-way pattern from 6 p.m. to 6 a.m. weeknights through Nov. 6.
Under the state constitution, the governor has authority to nominate someone to fill the seat through next year.
An alternating one-way pattern will be in effect at the Route 88 intersection with Rockwood Avenue and McCully Road.
Rochelle Porter, 15, stood up for underdogs and befriended friendless peers.
Pittsburgh Public Schools said the 15-year-old girl entered the teachers’ lounge about 9:15 a.m. and grabbed a steak knife.
Trooper Tom Kelly, a state police spokesman, says the agency returned the Mylar balloon to the Ohio Department of Transportation on Tuesday.
The ramp will close at 7 p.m. and reopen by 6 a.m. Thursday.
The Pulitzer Prize winner was one of several speakers at Tuesday’s Salk Symposium at the University of Pittsburgh.
Relief organizations say donations for Ebola are down because the virus doesn’t spark the same connection as hurricanes or earthquakes.
Tuesday’s disaster was the first since NASA turned to private operators to run cargo to the space station.
Bucks County District Attorney David Heckler said Tuesday he had so far been presented with no evidence of criminal conduct.
AT&T is sued for millions of dollars by the Federal Trade Commission.
This time of year you can see many birds under the influence of zugunrhue, the restless behavior associated with migration.
Even the worst of Halloweens carries special memories decades later.
President rejects returning medical workers’ quarantine as undermining efforts to fight Ebola in West African zone where outbreak began.
The investigator who led Homeland Security Department internal review of Secret Service prostitution scandal in 2012 has quietly resigned..
Iraqi Kurdish peshmerga troops heading to Turkey, then Syria to aid fellow Kurds besieged by Islamic State militants in Kobani.
Smoking is banned in most state workplaces, with efforts continuing to block smoking at all drinking establishments, like casinos.
Evangelicals gather in Nashville for three-day conference to bolster those who preach that gay relationships are sinful.
The World Economic Forum’s Gender Gap Index finds United States in 20th place, Nordic nations at top, and India falling behind.
Utility work on three state-maintained roads in Oakland and Bloomfield will cause rolling traffic restrictions for the next two nights.
Pope Francis says the Catholic Church sees no contradiction between believing in God and in the Big Bang theory and evolution.
Stephen Opayemi said he and his 7-year-old daughter returned to the U.S. Oct. 13.
The saga of nurse Kaci Hickox illustrates how U.S. states are struggling to protect against the virus.
The Philadelphia-area Cheltenham School District said members of the boys’ soccer team dangled players from their underwear.
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A diehard supporter moved from Great Britain, and now tries to find more team followers in his new country.