Pittsburgh Public Schools board president Regina Holley says the review should be completed by 6 p.m. meeting on Wednesday.
The ruling could have implications for Pennsylvania, which is among five states with restrictions similar to those in Texas.
The bill would keep companies from paying leaseholders less than a 12.5 percent royalty for natural gas.
The first-ever event will be run on a fenced off course, which will be held on runways and taxiways.
“We’re involving them in decisions,” Cynthia Hundorfean said in her first public comments since taking over at Allegheny Health Network.
Trump will speak Tuesday afternoon at Alumisource, a Monessen producer of raw material for the aluminum and steel industry.
Despite demand for gasoline being at an all-time high, global pressures continue to pull pump prices down.
Early indications suggest that banking stocks will continue to struggle, say market analysts.
Single-lane restrictions will continue in both directions in the Liberty Tunnel for maintenance work through 5 a.m. Friday morning.
The woman was taken to the hospital in critical condition after being shot and later died.
Scotland’s leader threatened to block the move, and the opposition Labour Party’s leader faced a coup attempt from his own legislators.
Janice Reynolds of Rainelle — in hardest-hit Greenbrier County, where 16 people have died — said her community “smelled like death.”
The declaration gave a major boost to the country’s security and political leadership in its fight against the extremists.
Relations between the former close allies imploded in 2010 following an Israeli naval raid that killed nine Turkish activists.
Weeks of behavior seen as provocative and outlandish have hurt the Republican’s standing in two new national polls of registered voters.
Two critically injured people had life-threatening stab wounds in California’s capitol, said Chris Harvey, a Fire Department spokesman.
The Chinese-owned Cosco Shipping Panama went through the Atlantic locks at Agua Clara in the early morning.
The Spanish elections took place three days after the British voted to leave the European Union.
After mass layoffs in the 1970s and ’80s, the once-vibrant port town of Tilbury in southeastern England is one of England’s poorest places.
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If Texas abortion law survives Supreme Court, minority and rural women will feel effect most, analysis says
Justices are set to rule today on the constitutionality of Texas’ strict abortion regulations, as well as Bob McDonnell and gun convictions.
China on Sunday recovered an experimental probe launched aboard a new generation rocket.
The findings demonstrate a powerful method of carbon storage that could reduce some of the human-caused greenhouse gas emissions.
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Only the lightest elements — helium, lithium and hydrogen — are believed to have existed in the immediate aftermath of the Big Bang.
Signage offers a self-guided tour of churches in one of Pittsburgh’s most historic and scenic neighborhoods.
As people question Anthony Hamlet’s “educational philosophy,” academics question the severity of his alleged misstep.
In-house labor cost the city nothing extra, the mayor’s administration said, but an audit by the controller put a $239,679 price tag on it.
The First Tee of Pittsburgh’s youth program has introduced golf to hundreds of young people across the region.
The longtime KDKA-AM broadcaster died at age 92 in December.
Support for Pittsburgh venues that bear August Wilson's name have resonance to words the playwright spoke 20 years ago about arts funding.
The sanitation authority’s Summer Science camps prepare the next generation for the challenges of a changing environment.
After the zinc plant he worked at for 40 years closed, mechanic Randy Shawger goes back to school and ends up teaching at Rosedale Tech.
The sixth annual Pittsburgh JazzLive International Festival featured 13 artists, some local to Pittsburgh and some international performers.
Over the long term, the lives of the estimated 3 million EU citizens living in Britain may change in ways big and small.
First came the Supreme Court’s action on his immigration plan. Then, the U.K. voted to withdraw from the European Union.
More than 1 million Armenians were massacred a century ago during the final years of the Ottoman Empire.
Elsewhere, Mr. Trump moved from hole to hole on his wind-swept Scotland golf course outside Aberdeen on Saturday.
It endorses steps to break up large Wall Street banks, advocating a $15 hourly wage, urging an end to the death penalty.
A voracious wildfire in central California already has claimed two lives and burned 150 homes.
Media reports last week quoted men as saying that Omar Mateen reached out to them on gay dating apps and had frequented the gay nightclub.
The heavy rains resulted in at least 24 deaths, leaving families homeless with the tearful realization that they’re starting from scratch.
Gunmen stormed a hotel in Somalia’s seaside capital Saturday, taking guests hostage and “shooting at everyone they could see.”
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There are few clues as to how it might end the nation’s political deadlock as officials and investors are reeling from the U.K. referendum.
The Taiwanese president has refused to endorse the concept of a single Chinese nation.
He sided generally with Republicans on the meaning of Brexit, while sounding a bit like Democrats on the Supreme Court.
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Laura Reyna, owner and artistic director of the studio, called a party that turned violent it an unauthorized event.
It’s known as “le Grand K,” and it’s afforded the security and scrutiny befitting such a fancy title.