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Travelers from Liberia, Sierra Leone or Guinea will be required to take their temperature twice a day and report results to health
Under the agreement, the consortium will design and construct the bridges and maintain them for 25 years; PennDOT will retain ownership.
The emergency medicine doctor at Columbia University-New York Presbyterian Hospital was working in Guinea with Doctors Without Borders.
The detour will be in effect from 6 a.m. until 5 p.m. Saturday.
Buses will detour inbound via Allentown and outbound using the Wabash Tunnel. Rail service will use the tunnel but with delays.
Police were going room by room, searching the Marysville school about 30 miles north of Seattle, to make sure it was safe.
Some 90,000 women now receive free family planning and women’s health coverage through a special Medicaid program that will soon end.
Dr. Doug Reed is an associate professor of immunology from the Center for Vaccine Research at the University of Pittsburgh.
U.S. teens are both victims and perpetrators in pervasively abusive dating practices, says new federal survey.
The agency warned it's not clear whether any of them will work against the deadly virus that has already killed more than 4,800 people.
Parents whose children took the test continue to express anger that the company did not alert them to a problem earlier.
The $114,000 fine is the largest the DEP's Safe Drinking Water Program in the Southwest Region has levied in 20 years.
The Jewish Healthcare Foundation paid $60,000 to RAND Corp. to compile the guidelines.
Wolf’s running mate considers double duty; might retain Senate seat if elected.
The agreement preserves employee access to doctors in the Highmark, UPMC and independent networks
The groups said they plan to protest outside Heinz Field on Sunday before Baker Hughes CEO Martin Craighead delivers a $100,000 check.
Microsoft co-founder and billionaire philanthropist Paul Allen pledges $100 million to Ebola flight.
China pledges legal reforms to allow judges more independence from local officials’ interference, but the party still rules, and the
White House fence-jumper had paranoid delusions and was arrested before at the executive mansion.
Details on new policies set to be released to faculty on Monday.
Half of Liberian capital’s treatment beds lie empty because the government ordered that all victims’ bodies be cremated, a violation of the
To hold their Senate majority, Democrats attack Republicans on diverse issues, but the GOP has just one counter-punch: blame President
EDMC had reported a loss of $664 million in fiscal 2014, a drop driven in part by a drop in enrollment at 110 campuses around the country.
The Alcoa executive filled the years past age 65 chairing boards, running associations, helping kids and volunteer interests.
One Halloween some ghoulish boys gave a tough lesson.
There’s a strict set of standards for organic foods. But the rules are looser for personal care items, cleaners and textiles.
Plus: EU greenhouse gas accord; abductions in Nigeria;13 killed in Pakistan raids; Japan Cabinet scandals; N. Korea Ebola curbs.
Plus: Benefits for ex-Nazis; border deaths decline; transgender bias ruled; smoking ban at Reynolds; air bag recall pushed;
The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation expects to restore two lanes of outbound traffic by Thanksgiving.
The closures will begin at 8 p.m. and continue until 6 a.m. daily through the morning of Nov. 4.
Police arrested a man at gunpoint just steps from the prime minister as Mr. Harper and his wife were laying a wreath.
Sens. Richard Blumenthal and Edward Markey made the demand in a letter to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.
In a brief and tear-filled telephone call Thursday, Susan Bibeau said she did not know what to say to those hurt in the attack.
Dominic Adesanya of Bel Air, Md., was unarmed when he was arrested on the White House grounds and facing Secret Service dogs.
The trip data was provided to the PUC by Lyft while it was under a cease-and-desist order earlier this year, but not disclosed publicly.
The college scholarship initiative has secured a $1 million commitment from a family.
Representatives of Highmark and UPMC, and state regulators who brokered a deal between them, disagreed on many things Wednesday.
Eight people were arrested and 24 others cited for various infractions Saturday after the celebration of WVU's football win turned ugly.
Some $6.6 million will be given to 37 municipalities to fund 41 projects across the state.
James Tully, 39, of Canadensis, he’s been stopped and questioned more than 20 times by authorities
A physician with Doctors without Borders who recently returned from West Africa has tested positive for Ebola.
The board also OK’d the parameters of a new high school elective, and heard from residents about the proposed volunteer clearance policy.
Councilwoman Darlene Harris said Mayor Bill Peduto’s office promise to restore the $1.6 million used for an Uptown transit study next year.
The board accepted the resignation of James Budzilek who held the reins of the district for less than 50 weeks.
One employee was a Pittsburgh Westinghouse 6-12 principal who was rated unsatisfactory; the other was a welding teacher.
Virginia “Ginnie” Birmingham went to law school after many years as a stay-at-home mother because she “wanted to do more with her life.”
The first day for students will be Aug. 24, a week earlier than this year. The last day will be May 27.
Canada’s governmental security is questioned in wake of Wednesday’s shootings at the national war memorial and inside Parliament building.
Two U.S. officials said U.S. agencies have been advised that the shooter was a Canadian convert to Islam.
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