Eligible veterans will pay in-state tuition at public colleges and universities under a state law no matter how recently they moved here.
Republican legislative leaders claimed the Democratic governor's rejection of the full budget bill "puts politics above governing."
Prices at the pump, however, both nationally and in Pittsburgh are slightly above where they were a month ago.
Asbestos, called the “hidden killer” because illnesses take decades to develop, still causes diseases despite not being made in the U.S.
Acknowledging the years of work still to come, a University of Pittsburgh researcher forges ahead on an experimental eye transplant program.
The job cuts represent 3 percent of the university's total workforce, President Paul Hennigan wrote in a memo.
Yanis Varoufakis, a self-proclaimed “erratic Marxist" economist, accuses Greece’ creditors of "terrorism.”
Scientific director at Children's Hospital to become dean at Washington University School of Medicine
Dr. David H. Perlmutter also is a distinguished professor and the Vira I. Heinz Endowed Chair of the Department of Pediatrics at Pitt.
The popular website experienced wide blackouts over the weekend as moderators spoke up.
The draft ordinance says about 40 percent of Pittsburgh private sector workers and 77 percent of service workers have no paid sick time.
The work will take place from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m., weather permitting, and restrictions will be in both directions on Interstate 279 north.
The pontiff highlighted the country’s biodiversity as he continued to advocate for more action on climate change.
A former congresswoman from California is hoping to bring about change in the way states draw their district borders.
Yemen's exiled government said it expects a deal shortly on a humanitarian ceasefire that would run through the Muslim Eid al-Fitr holiday.
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Officials said 67 other people were wounded in the attacks Sunday night that was blamed on the Islamic extremist group Boko Haram.
With growth stymied elsewhere, the social network wants to open up the continent for its “next billion users.”
After a lawsuit for mistreating mentally ill inmates, the Pennsylvania Department of Corrections has trained all 15,000 employees.
A Tuesday deadline looms for international negotiators to reach a deal on Iran’s nuclear ambitions.
The attack on the Islamic State’s de facto capital was rare in its intensity, officials said.
The closure is scheduled from 7:30 a.m. today until July 19.
Minerva Maiers, skilled secretary and tireless volunteer for Catholic causes in Bellevue dies at 98.
Bringing Super Bowl here is something worth dreaming about for the next eight years.
Congress has supplied $10 million in special vision research funding in the budget, but advocates have been unable to increase that figure.
Greeks delivered a shocking rebuff to Europe’s leaders on Sunday, decisively rejecting a deal offered by the country’s creditors.
The work is part of the $12.24 million reconstruction project of Baum and Bigelow boulevards.
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With Internet searches adding to digital profiles, have consumers’ best prices online been predetermined based on shopping history?
Greece lurched into uncertain future Sunday after voters rejected creditors’ austerity demands in exchange for a national bailout.
Allen Carter spent more than a year in Rankin Promise, an alternative education program in which students spend an average of 230 days.
Pennsylvania dentists have been asked to choose alternatives to Vicodin and Percocet in an effort to prevent addiction that leads to heroin.
Jan Hus was burned at the stake 600 years ago, but his influence continued over the centuries.
An assortment of overnight closures and lane restrictions is planned on the Parkway West this week.
By the time of his death on July 1 at 106, Mr. Winton was internationally celebrated as a hero of the Holocaust.
Stacy Innerst is the artist. You are the caption writer.
John Massari plays taps at military funerals next to a device that plays a digital recording. What happens when the live buglers are gone?
Turkey, Venezuela and Belarus are among nations Greece may be looking to do clues.
Why couldn’t all that money and sacrifice turn around a country that makes up less than two percent of the 19-country Eurozone economy?
The move by the president is an effort to correct what he sees were errors when politicians went too far in cracking down on crime.
U.S. and its partners hope to complete a nuclear deal with Iran by Tuesday.
There’s no obvious explanation for the uptick in attacks. The sharks have ranged from five to eight feet, according to victims’ estimates.
Pope Francis has been hailed as the kind of figure long needed by the Catholic Church to appeal to its base in poorer countries.
But the proposal has raised concerns that it undermines First Amendment protections of free speech and would intrude on a person’s privacy.
Twenty-one big brokerage firms have agreed to set up a fund worth at least $19,4 billion to help stabilize market prices.
The financial crisis in Greece has upended the lives of residents of the Mediterranean nation ... what are the ripple effects here?
Ms. McIntosh’s fluency in Japanese and background as a newspaper reporter made her ideal for spreading authentic-sounding misinformation.
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Polls indicate that the vote on the bailout plan is too close to call.
A 50-day closure for reconstruction begins at 7 a.m. Monday, when PennDOT begins the next phase of construction there.