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Nearly 900 pages of emails from Hillary Rodham Clinton’s private account provide little apparent fuel for a Republican probe of her actions.
Mary King, an English as second language teacher at Pittsburgh Colfax K-8, drew attention when she refused to give the PSSA tests.
Picture this scrolling hundreds of feet above the iconic confluence of Pittsburgh’s three rivers: “Chipped ham, $1.39 a pound.”
Work zone speed cameras have slowed traffic down in Maryland, and may be coming to Pennsylvania.
Environmentalists have praised the new rule, but it has attracted fierce opposition from several business interests.
Judge denies WPXI's request for Plum documents.
Pwn (8 points, to dominate an opponent). Thanx (15 points, thanks). Bezzy (18 points, several meanings, not all of which are printable).
Ms. Kraft used her education in nursing and theology to serve the Pittsburgh community, particularly at Carlow University and St. Thomas
LaTonya Renae Batteaste, a former basketball player at Pitt who became a teacher and coach in the Pittsburgh Public Schools, died May 14.
Polls show overwhelming support to change the law in what was once among the most devout Catholic societies in Europe.
He argued that his approach to the problems in the Middle East flows from an interpretation of Jewish values.
The Saudi Health Ministry said at least 21 people had been killed and more than 120 others injured.
Majority Republicans, in a rare alliance with the president, overcame opposition from the chamber’s most powerful Democrats.
The shift does not end the stalemate in Congress that threatens to disrupt bulk collection of Americans’ phone records.
Washington state and others are trying to revamp police training to produce officers who are more community-friendly.
The Islamic Republic contributed small numbers of troops in support of advancing Iraqi ground forces, U.S. defense officials said Friday.
Plus: new Colombia violence; ‘productive’ Cuba meeting; ‘nut rage’ executive freed; and more.
Plus: Pipeline ordered tested after spill; oil platform shuts down; cigarette packs must carry warning; suspect arrested in D.C. murders
Michael Victor is Mercyhurst University’s new leader, having most recently served as president of Lake Erie College.
The trial of the officer, Michael Brelo, played out amid broader questions about how the police interact with African-Americans and use
Though ballots are still being counted, gay marriage is headed toward a resounding victory in the historic Friday vote.
The grand jury is looking into whether administrators and staff members knew of inappropriate relationships between teachers and students.
The order requires Amtrak to enforce a 50 mph limit near the Frankford Junction curve, modify signals and enforce speed limits elsewhere.
PSU president Eric Barron wants the university to raise the stakes for fraternities to model better behavior.
A new "Honors Escort" program will include draping an American flag on the gurney carrying a deceased veteran with escorts by its side.
Ten people have been hospitalized but no deaths have been reported, according to federal health officials.
Islamic State militants who seized the ancient Syrian city made control clear by leaving decapitated bodies of suspected foes in streets.
The Defense Department said the U.S. is sending the anti-tank rockets as early as next week to counter Islamic State suicide car bombings.
Charles Johnston’s plane went missing over New Guinea in 1944. This is how he made his way back home.
Mr. Obama said the U.S. and its allies aren’t losing against the Islamic State, but more should be done to help Iraq reseize lost territory.
As young Nigerian women and children are rescued from the clutches of Boko Haram, they face suspicions they may still be in contact.
The testing should be shortened by 90 minutes next year.
China’s navy has warned a U.S. surveillance plane repeatedly to leave airspace around disputed territory in the South China Sea.
Gerald “Jerry” Costanzo teaches English at the university and also is founding director of Carnegie Mellon University Press.
The United States is set to designate Tunisia as a major non-NATO ally and double its military aid.
The woman was found killed Thursday, as was her teenage son, and her former boyfriend was being sought to face charges.
The European Commission on Thursday urged more drastic curtailment of greenhouse gases to protect the ozone layer and curb global warming.
Robert Gates, also a former defense secretary, made the statement at the organization’s annual meeting.
Plus: Democratic lawmakers condemn President Obama’s “jailing” of migrant mothers and children; environmentalists rallying after oil spill.
Plus: David Cameron pledges to reduce immigration; U.S., Cuba nearing deal to fully restore diplomatic relations and reopen embassies.
Earlier this month, Mr. Roosevelt announced that he was leaving the presidency of Antioch College in Yellow Springs, Ohio.
Xi Xiaoxing, 47, a former professor at Penn State, was awarded a Defense Department grant in 2004 to purchase the device for research.
Taxes will increase by 0.40 mills; the contract extension provides for a raise of 3.17 percent per year.
June 28, 1970. A daytime doubleheader against the Cubs. We won both. All was right with the world. And then it hit me ...
Former Mars Area superintendent William Pettigrew also was nominated to a seat on that board. He retired in 2013 after 26 years in the job.
Some new faces will be on the ballot in the West municipal, school board and district judge elections in the fall.
Lexi Korol and Lexi Palombo, students at Ambridge Area High School, created a dog park in Walter Panek Park for their senior project.
Republican commissioners Charles Anderson and Tyler Courtney will face Democratic Commissioner Ted Kopas and Gina Cerilli in the fall.
The theater department of Our Lady of the Sacred Heart High School recently learned it has been selected to perform for 90 minutes.
Franklin Regional taxes will increase to fund a new budget, which will allow physical improvements to be made to schools.