Former FBI director Louis Freeh.
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Former FBI director Louis Freeh.

Ex-FBI director Louis Freeh injured in Vermont car crash

In 2011, Penn State hired Mr. Freeh to examine the handling of child sex abuse complaints involving football coach Jerry Sandusky.

 Proposed Marcellus Shale gas pipeline

Environmentalists raise concerns about gas line under French Creek

The Tennessee Gas Pipeline Co. has proposed a 3.1-mile, 30-inch pipe to carry natural gas under the creek near the New York border.



Israel and Hamas agree to a cease-fire

The deal brokered by Egypt put both sides back where they were at the end of fighting in 2012.

10 Russian paratroopers captured in Ukraine

It made for an awkward summit Tuesday evening between the presidents of the two big nations.



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Email practices for Pennsylvania government offices limit public records

Once an employee in the executive branch deletes an email, it is available for only five days before it is permanently gone.

Carbon monoxide sickens people at Lackawanna County hotel

Evacuations ordered at the Best Western Hotel in Dunmore.



Raves: Grushecky’s music can offer inspiration not to ever give up

Joe Gru­shecky’s voice is, and al­ways has been, a voice to be reck­oned with!

Diana Nelson Jones' Walkabout: Pittsburgh couple's route to dream lifestyle is global house-sitting

Some people have dream jobs, some have dream vacations. You would be lucky to have both, but dreams are all about interpretation.


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Biden heads to Pittsburgh

Vice President Joe Biden will be in Pittsburgh Thursday for a private fund-raising event. An official of the Democratic National

Corbett, Wolf campaign in Pittsburgh

After the groundbreaking ceremony for Consol Energy's new Marcellus shale extraction site at Pittsburgh International Airport,

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