The youngest voters are being drawn to the oldest presidential candidate.
State struggles to address psychiatric needs of prisoners and help them transition to community living after they are released.
Che DuVall filed suit for medical negligence last month against the health system using a report released by CDC as a foundation.
Dr. Miller first came to the Pittsburgh area in 1955 when he became the first chief pathologist at Sewickley Valley Hospital.
On Tuesday, Gov. Tom Wolf will be in the unusual position of proposing a budget for next year while the current year’s remains incomplete.
About 800 students presented projects Saturday at the Pennsylvania Junior Academy of Science Competition.
The launch came about two hours after an eight-day launch window opened this morning and was condemned by the U.S. and its allies.
Creating a definition of happiness that holds true for people around the world is not as straightforward as it seems, researchers say.
The public blowup could undermine confidence in Pope Francis’ efforts to rebuild the Catholic Church’s credibility on the child abuse issue.
Thousands are fleeing in the face of a Syrian government onslaught that could overrun rebel-held positions near Aleppo.
The four biggest domestic carriers earned $22 billion in profits last year, a stunning turnaround after a decade of losses, and cutbacks.
Bills stripping gun rights from those convicted of domestic violence-related crimes or are subject to protective orders have won wide
The recommended changes would once more expand the scope of U.S. military activities in Afghanistan from a chiefly advisory role.
Post-Flint, demand for more EPA water protections may be challenging, tough for some states to swallow
WASHINGTON — The contamination crisis in Flint, Mich., has thrown a harsh national spotlight on the problem of lead in drinking water,
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Candidates step out of the pews and into the bars ahead of the nation’s first primary in 2016.
Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton tout many of the same goals as New Hampshire primary looms.
The Pennsylvania senator is serving as the presidential candidate’s surrogate, to answer media questions later tonight.
Sanders was convicted in 1993 of felony drug offenses, which the DA’s office said disqualifies him from holding elected office.
Of 246 opioid overdose deaths in the county last year, heroin was found in 209 cases, fentanyl in 99 and alpha-Methylfentanyl in 20 cases.
The meeting between the pope and Patriarch Kirill will be the first ever between the leaders of the Catholic and Russian Orthodox churches.
Avid fan of University of Pittsburgh athletics helped build a major printing company in the city.
Turkey, an ally of the Syrian opposition, promised humanitarian help for the displaced civilians, including food and shelter.
Trump returns to the stage after boycotting Fox News.
Algerian couple who applied for asylum as refugees were arrested.
Betty Morrell had been searching for her for nearly 50 years.
Three were killed and some are still missing in collapsed 17-story building.
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The Oct. 3, 2014, fire destroyed three temporary administrative buildings that housed a portion of the memorial’s prized artifacts.
Nearly 340 people were rescued from the rubble in Tainan, the city hit worst by the quake.
Crews are on the scene and police did not know when that section of the road would reopen.
On the heels of Clinton’s narrow victory in Iowa, both she and Sanders are competing in New Hampshire, which holds its primary on Tuesday.
Jeb Bush and Chris Christie found themselves deploying the same line of attack, both accusing Rubio of a lackluster set of accomplishments.
As lunar module pilot for the Apollo 14 mission in 1971, Mitchell spent more than nine hours walking on the moon’s surface.
Democrats and Republicans converge on New Hampshire ready to support their candidate of choice.
The new deal, approved by the commission’s board on Tuesday, grants workers pay increases of $1.50 an hour over three years and $500 bonus.
Kirk Nesset, who taught at Allegheny College for 20 years, had a collection of 540,000 child pornographic images.
It was seen as a markedly more contentious tone than the two candidates set when they last debated before presidential voting began in Iowa.
The governor will renew his call to merge the Department of Corrections and the Board of Probation and Parole into a single agency.
“The situation in Syria is as close to hell as we are likely to find on this Earth,” said United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon.
The vote came as emails showed high-ranking Michigan officials were aware of a surge in Legionnaires’potentially linked to Flint’s water.
The president said he planned to ask Congress for some $450 million in U.S. assistance for Colombia in his final budget.
Candidates are now in a desperate bid for survival, with a group attack on Marco Rubio Thursday.
The crash occurred about 9:45 a.m. at the Mt. Lebanon station along Alfred Street.
Nonfarm payrolls increased by 151,000 jobs last month and the unemployment rate was at 4.9 percent.
Mohammed’s killing was carried out in revenge for the abduction and murder of three Israeli teens earlier that summer.
Police Superintendent John Escalante told reporters Thursday there is “no known threat” to the city’s well-tended Gage Park neighborhood.
In Carnival, hundreds of thousands of revelers take to the streets and pubs of the ancient German city for five days of boisterous partying.