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Scranton detectives seek a man who traveled to Scranton from Tennessee to have sex with a 14-year-old girl he met on Facebook.
Palestinian protests spread across West Bank, while U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry fails to win lasting halt to Gaza fighting.
Former CIA officials told they could read it, but then told they couldn’t.
Moscow’s intent appears to be to reverse gains by Kiev’s forces in rebel-held territory.
Police on high alert because of intelligence about threat of jihadists returning there from Syria war.
China volunteer became brain-dead after acute gastrointestinal illness, but local care may have faltered.
Settlement from Johns Hopkins Health System requires patients photographed during exams to describe the damage they’ve suffered.
Democrats and White House contend that bill’s provisions would provide aid higher-income families at the expense of the poorest ones.
Presidential action on broad reforms later this summer will shape immigration policy for years, aide says.
Con man may have conned court for another con man.
He urged the three presidents to persuade citizens not to undertake the perilous journey to the United States.
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Updates to the state’s Right to Know law could be in the works in Harrisburg when legislators return in the fall.
PwC Pittsburgh has participated in the event, called “Swim for Malaria,” for seven years now, and raised roughly $8,000 for the foundation.
Ms. Zemprelli was most well known for her stints during the 1940s as a spokesmodel for Pennsylvania Telephone Co. and Rinso Detergent.
Long Island man has helped nation by recording weather since 1930.
Upcoming Port Authority service revisions will not include new routes, officials said Friday.
Painting will be finished earlier than expected.
Homicide Capt. James Clark said “something obviously went horribly wrong” and the vehicle went out of control and struck a group of people.
Authorities are attempting to determine why a patient fatally shot a caseworker and wounded a psychiatrist.
A night at PNC Park is but one highlight of a first summer in Pittsburgh.
The president says that firms that merge with overseas ones for tax avoidance are burdening middle-income families here.
Soldiers find wreckage in semidesert area. Bad weather is blamed.
Court says Poland failed to investigate what happened to 2 terror suspects detained in its territory.
Militants’ offensive shows it aims to expel Assad regime forces from areas it has declared as its caliphate.
Kiev government collapse as U.S. officials cite evidence of Russia firing artillery across border into Ukraine.
Hamas said Israeli shells hit the school, while Israel said the blasts may have been errant or perhaps Hamas fire.
Cluster of air-related disasters spanned three continents.
Feds say those who experienced subsidy disparities likely erred in entering personal data.
Parliament vote for Fouad Massoum seen as compromise.
Opponents suggest lethal injections have too many risks now and are tantamount to cruel and unusual punishment.
While consolidating multiple programs into a single grant, it mainly shifts anti-poverty efforts onto the states.
Administration may screen minors and young adults in Honduras to see if they qualify to enter the United States on humanitarian grounds.
A lifelong teacher of music, Michael Abelson liked to keep people on their toes with his dry sense of humor.
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He also was a writer and poet, becoming the first deaf professor at the National Technical Institute for the Deaf.
His death was announced by the space agency, which did not say where he died or specify the cause.
He teamed with Vincent Bugliosi to write the 1974 blockbuster about the Charles Manson murder case.
He turned a turbulent life into a resurgent career as a professional “soul survivor” from a bygone era.
Air navigation services lost track of the plane 50 minutes after takeoff early today, officials said.
The work will occur from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. through Monday.
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Overnight paving will cause traffic restrictions on Allegheny River Boulevard starting Thursday night.
A federal judge approved his extradition Wednesday, according to court records.
The fund will help pension funds, endowments, foundations and other institutions to invest in rural infrastructure markets.
A condemned inmate gasped and snorted for more than an hour and a half during his execution by lethal injection Wednesday before he died.
Two Ukraine military jets were downed by separatists in combat, even as a choreographed solemn ceremony played out on Dutch soil.
Federal regulators, responding to derailments and spills, have specified a speedier upgrade timetable than was expected.