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The move signaled an end to the extraordinary measures taken to ensure public safety amid an outcry over police practices.
He has become a conservative favorite on the strength of his motivational life story and strong opposition to President Barack Obama.
Third-graders at Pittsburgh Brookline PreK-8 have developed a bond with mentor Lexie Bouchard, a seventh-grader with brittle bone disease.
Part two: National Council on Disability to meet here, thanks to Kate Seelman, Pitt professor and internationally renowned advocate.
Reject the worship of youth, Bill Thomas tells baby boomers, and embrace the transition from adulthood into elderhood.
Councilwoman Natalia Rudiak says incumbent Pittsburgh Controller Michael Lamb doesn’t work closely enough with city administration.
For once, neither side denied that the sessions were taking place.
Community leaders and residents of central Plateau state say the killings were to avenge the deaths of six soldiers.
Riverlife has started a walking loop from Market Square to the Allegheny River trail to highlight the need for visual improvements there.
Former Pennsylvania governor and U.S. Attorney General Dick Thornburgh was a key player in passage of the ADA 25 years ago.
Officials of aid organizations and Western governments have been grumbling about Nepal’s government since the earthquake struck April 25.
The American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials said 23 states reported combined spending of more than $1 billion.
The American Freedom Defense Initiative had been hosting a contest that would award the best cartoon depicting the Prophet Muhammad.
Polls show that the Scottish National Party will win the majority of Scottish constituencies in the British general election Thursday.
The recoveries come as part of one of the biggest rescue operations this year.
No one before has attempted a solar-powered flight over such a large expanse of ocean — 5,070 miles.
Anthony “A.J.” Belski of Castle Shannon was so gregarious that customers changed lines to go through his supermarket checkout line.
PLUS: Arab coalition troops land; Spy investigation launched; Al-Qaida claims killing.
PLUS: Man held after officer shot; Sanders calls for change; Ohio abortion clinics close.
An anti-racism protest descended into one of the most violent demonstrations in Israel’s commercial capital in years.
No thanks to CMU, poker with computers somehow doesn’t sound like as much fun.
Surya Prasad Upadhaya, a government administrator, says two men and a woman had been pulled from the rubble near Syauli village.
The hope is to use the mascot’s fame to call attention to efforts to protect endangered mountain lion species.
The incident occurred near mile marker 66 in Penn Township, Westmoreland County, reducing traffic to one lane on Sunday afternoon.
Five people with long-ago criminal convictions are challenging a state ban on their employment in health care facilities.
Gracious and generous, Elva Perrin also taught languages and served in WWII effort. “She had love in her heart for all,” said her daughter.
There are 12 candidates — six Democrats and six Republicans — running for three open seats on the Pennsylvania Supreme Court.
The project became heated last fall after Chautauqua Institution acknowledged that it planned to demolish the structure and build a replica.
Innovators are seeking ways to apply entertainment principles to driving engagement in causes.
Sara Kessler died of pneumonia, according to the Allegheny County Medical Examiner’s office.
Striking a balance between energizing the party’s conservative base and attracting new voters through modernizing efforts is far from easy.
In many cases, soldiers originally charged with desertion have pleaded guilty to lesser charges under plea deals, sparing them jail time.
The surprise IS advance came despite U.S.-led aerial bombardment of IS positions in central Iraqi city of Baiji, which includes the
Many of the online exchanges are wrestling with surging costs, especially for balky technology and expensive customer-call centers.
The attack was captured by mobile phone video and distributed online.
The Federal Election Commission is unlikely to be able to effectively enforce campaign finance laws, its chairperson says.
Plus: Hog farmers and staph; oyster growers, pesticide; SurveyMonkey CEO dies.
Plus: Yemen rebels’ appeal; bodies, trafficking tied; N. Korea holds student.
The royal baby, fourth in line to the throne, weighs 8 pounds 3 ounces. The announcement was greeted by cheers outside the hospital.
American Pharoah wrote his name into Kentucky Derby history by circling five-wide into the stretch and outrunning Firing Line and Dortmund.
Kentucky Derby favorite American Pharoah is the brightest star in star-studded 19-horse field.
The poison pill could help Mylan thwart a hostile, $43 billion takeover bid from Israeli drugmaker Teva Pharmaceutical Industries.
Reductions begin to show as Pittsburgh works toward goal of reducing energy and water use 50 percent by 2030.
Town crier Tony Appleton took to the steps Saturday outside London’s St. Mary’s Hospital to loudly proclaim the birth of Britain’s princess.
A rocky corner of Utah bears such a resemblance to the red planet that it has become a hot spot for scientists and engineers.
The average amount awarded to 49 principals was about $3,515. The performance-based pay totaled about $172,200.
Three candidates are trying to unseat incumbent Councilman Ricky Burgess in the 9th District Democratic primary.
Two challengers to Pittsburgh Councilman Ricky Burgess have unpaid taxes or liens and the third has a public corruption conviction.
Peggy Neal, who died March 8, mentored many others at Homeless Children’s Education Fund.
Mr. King, whose career spanned several decades, was the smooth, soulful baritone who led the Drifters in some of their biggest hits.