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New drugs can cure hepatitis C, but their prohibitive cost makes them unavailable through Medicare and health-insurance plans.
The ramps will close at 7 p.m. and reopen by 6 a.m. Wednesday during paving.
The first of their three scheduled debates featured uniformly civil exchanges and offered no bombshells.
The work will take several days during milling and resurfacing, the city Public Works Department announced.
Schools in the 9,500-student Pocono Mountain School District, where the search is taking place, remained closed for the fourth day.
For now, relax and enjoy what will be a colorful, crisp fall season
There’s a particular emphasis on taking AP science, math and English courses.
More screening and the availability of curative but expensive drugs ideally could make hepatitis C rare by 2026
Life Service Providers is sponsoring a Senior Health and Wellness Fair from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. today at the Galleria of Mt. Lebanon.
Measure would require “reasonable accommodations” for pregnant city employees and companies that do business with the city.
In the 1970s, Pittsburgh was home to the largest comprehensive cancer center in the nation.
The Emmy winner was best known for her portrayal of Helen Morgan in “Playhouse 90.”
U.S military expands war against Islamic State by airstrikes with warplanes and missiles on its headquarters city in Syria.
Investors and companies are disinvesting in fossil fuels, perhaps the most tangible action on global warming.
Ukraine is pulling back its artillery as truce violations fail to halt momentum toward a settlement of its conflict.
White House fence-jumper had 800 rounds of ammunition, two hatchets and a machete in his car.
State police: 3 Afghan Army officers missing from US base in custody at Canadian-US border.
Sierra Leone and Liberia expect new Ebola caseloads.
Backing for gay marriage has dropped 5 points to 49% in polling by Pew.
Modernization and expansion plan comes during tenure of a president who campaigned for a “nuclear-free world.”
Plus: More Scottish powers; Peace talks to resume; Hong Kong students rally; 2 killed in China blasts.
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The proposed budget includes a 0.5-mill real estate tax increase that would generate an additional $8 million.
The health giant says 31 percent of its revenue comes from Highmark reimbursement payments.
“Sometimes you need to learn from your mistakes,” said Scott Perry, a deputy secretary for the Pennsylvania DEP.
Historians and political experts say “anti-business” sentiment is unlikely to translate into votes for this fall’s congressional midterms.
The ramp will close at 7 p.m. today and reopen by 6 a.m. Tuesday.
A recycling business developed by the school’s Students for Advancement of Global Entrepreneurship team took second in a world competition.
The plaza was scheduled to close at 7 a.m. and remain shuttered until May.
PennDOT will pick a private-sector team that will replace hundreds of structurally deficient bridges in the state.
The recommendation would apply only to cyclists, snowmobilers and equestrians.
The Jack Russell terrier, missing from its Philadelphia home for five months, showed up in Oregon. Wonder what she was thinking ...
Up to five days in a school year can be counted, if certain requirements are met, state officials said.
The Saturday crash killed five, including the 23-year-old woman driving the car in which the children were riding, state police said.
Cheryl Williams, 56, of Penn Hills, worked as an investigator at the agency from 1999 until she said she was forced to quit last January.
The right lane was to close for repairs to an adjacent building between Gist and Miltenberger streets.
Mayor Bill Peduto was mum on the details, but he called the new spending plan “truth in budgeting.”
Carrying no passengers, the bus went down an embankment and came to rest on its side on Evergreen Road. The injured driver was taken to AGH.
New York City’s People’s Climate March drew more than 310,000 people this weekend, organizers said, tripling the original forecast.
Crews will work from 6 p.m. to 6 a.m. daily through Friday morning.
The United Nations said the number of Syrian Kurds fleeing into neighboring Turkey may have topped 100,000 and was likely to go much higher.
The lack of communication between two Cabinet agencies adds to questions about a military surplus gear program under review.
In the face of violence, the military showed signs of splitting apart and the prime minister abruptly resigned.
It set the stage for President Hamid Karzai’s departure from office and a deal allowing U.S. troops to remain there after this year.
Scottish leader Alex Salmond accused Cameron and other politicians of tricking Scots out of independence.
Below-normal precipitation and normal or above-normal temperatures are forecast in the week ahead, the National Weather Service said.
The 2.3 percent jump was the latest indication that the world remains far off track in its efforts to control global warming.
The Secret Service is considering screening visitors at checkpoints before they enter the public areas in front of the White House.
Heavily armed police — from New York, New Jersey as well as Pennsylvania — continued Monday to scour two rural townships in Monroe County.
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