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Capt. Elizabeth Kealey was deployed twice with the 13th Marine Expeditionary Unit.
At the State of the Union, the vice president and GOP rep had a heart-to-heart talk. It was about Mr. Murphy's cancer-stricken sister.
In recent years, Japan has moved toward the U.S. government's hard line against paying ransoms to terrorists who kidnap Americans.
Pope Francis, who will make his first trip to the U.S. as pontiff in September, has acknowledged the concerns of divorced Catholics.
More parents are leery about vaccinating their children.
American officials say the growing chaos in Yemen has resulted in a steady erosion in intelligence-gathering efforts against al-Qaida.
Former governors Mitt Romney and Jeb Bush were notably absent from the Iowa gathering.
The trial hints at challenge facing colleges as they try to establish campuses where students are safe and everyone understands the rules.
The planes were operated by Delta Airlines and Southwest Airlines. The military briefly scrambled war planes into the skies over Georgia.
Since the movement was founded in October, refugee advocates say the number of aggressive acts against foreigners has sharply increased.
Cybersecurity expert Christopher Mellon says that unless we do much better at prevention, the worst is yet to come.
Plus: “American Sniper” threats; militant teen sentenced; e-cigarette air warning.
Plus: Obama alters itinerary; 4 held in plot; Brits urged to stay in EU; Iraq’s Islamic State fight; ruling party’s pick wins; dozens freed.
Pittsburgh police responded at 12:39 p.m. to Tripoli and Chestnut streets.
Mr. Koren had a full career at the prominent Pittsburgh funeral home H. Samson. Upon retirement, he joined Patrick Lanigan in East Hills.
A century after his birth, Catholic monk Thomas Merton still exerts wide influence here and abroad.
One of the main figures in a northeastern Pennsylvania juvenile justice scandal has been disbarred from the practice of law.
When the police give you an order, you might want to consider not only your rights, but also certain realities.
A Japanese hostage captured by Islamic State militants was said to have been killed.
Several media outlets are opposing a motion filed by the Pike County district attorney that seeks to seal the Eric Frein shooting video.
King Salman moved quickly after Friday’s burial of the late ruler, Abdullah, to put a younger generation of his family closer to the throne.
The existing rail system maps will be replaced by more elaborate maps that also depict major bus routes with a guide to connecting to them.
The separatists’ moves upended recent European attempts to mediate an end to the fighting.
Bishop McConnell issued “A Pastoral Letter on Race,” decrying racial oppression and suggesting ways to move toward reconciliation.
Miami is backing SkyRise, a $430 million hairpin tower, as tourism races skyward.
The Houthis made no public attempt to fill the vacuum created by the resignations of the president, his prime minister and cabinet.
The challenge focuses on Oklahoma, even though the justices declined last week to stop an execution there that used the contested chemicals.
The personal details included age, income, ZIP code, tobacco use and whether a woman is pregnant.
Gasoline under $3 was shocking. Now it's under $2. Will it ever end?
The former football players’ lawyers have sought to put the elite southern university on trial for warping the young men’s judgment.
U.S. Assistant Secretary of State Roberta Jacobson held a breakfast meeting with the dissidents a day after talks with Cuban officials.
PLUS: Islamic State decried; Thai ex-premier banned; rival Caracas protests.
PLUS: tamper-proof tracking; firearms found in 2014; union faults airline; rail tank-car orders; net neutrality proposal
Wine and spirits vendors can once again ask the state for permission to sell their hard-to-find products in Pennsylvania.
The three-day gathering of the House Democratic Caucus runs from Jan. 28 to Jan. 30.
Erik Arneson, appointed director by Gov. Tom Corbett in his final days in office, had been stripped of his keys and parking permit.
John Longo, 58, of Hempfield pleaded guilty last year.
For the second time this month, PennDOT has pulled the plug on a planned tunnel closure.
Ride-sharing company Lyft files plan with PUC. Uber publicly releases study of its drivers in U.S.
Mr. Rubio has chosen Anna Rogers, the finance director for conservative group American Crossroads, to lead his fundraising effort.
Expedia already owns nearly a dozen travel sites, including Hotels.com, Hotwire and Egencia.
The summer program, backed with $1.5 million in funding, helps children from low-income families bridge the gap between school years.
The new contract slows down teacher pay increases for teachers moving through the salary schedule and freezes the top pay for three years.
The former state representative, who lost her seat through redistricting, will be Gov. Tom Wolf’s liaison with southwestern Pennsylvania.
County Controller Wagner and the Peduto administration argue over VisitPittsburgh’s contribution to the mayor’s “Undercover Boss”promise.
Leaders dropped one anti-abortion bill and substituted another after GOP women complained about the first one’s impact on rape victims.
Starting in March, the ECB will buy 60 billion euros’ worth of government and corporate bonds each month at least through September 2016.
King Salman has named his half-brother Muqrin as his crown prince and heir, rapidly moving to forestall any fears of a succession crisis.
The seasonally adjusted rate in Pennsylvania dropped to 4.8 percent in December from 5.1 percent in November.
The longtime speaker of the New York Assembly, a Democrat, is accused of using his office to receive millions in bribes and kickbacks.