Allegheny County homicide detectives have been called to the scene at Maple-Lo Drive.
Sen. Bob Casey among president’s critics, saying Mr. Trump’s plan won’t create jobs and puts Pennsylvanians’ health “at risk.”
Mayor’s camp blast here “Trump-like online outbursts.”
President Donald Trump is proposing immediate budget cuts of $18 billion to cover down payment on border wall.
The legislation would reinstate mandatory prison terms for some crimes involving drugs, children and the elderly
The county controller said lead is leaching through the water lines and affecting about a quarter of PWSA’s 80,000 residential customers.
Parliament voted 69-59 to allow First Minister Nicola Sturgeon to request the legal means to hold the plebiscite by spring 2019.
Richard Goldinger said he will not make a decision until after Keith Lambing’s preliminary hearing.
A man has been taken into custody after having a suspicious package near the White House Tuesday morning, the Secret Service told Reuters.
The Democrats say Mr. Nunes, who served on the Trump transition team, is simply too close to the White House to run an independent inquiry.
The Justice Department notified Yates this month that the administration considers a great deal of her possible testimony to be barred.
Carnegie Robotics will unveil products in May with San Francisco-based Swift Navigation to make robotic movements more accurate.
European stock markets traded in fairly narrow ranges Tuesday.
A crash caused an Uber self-driving SUV to flip onto its side in a Phoenix suburb.
The juror says an email from Graham Spanier to former co-defendants Gary Schultz and Tim Curley showed that he knew children were at risk.
Authorities say the plainclothes officers were shot while investigating an incident on the city’s north side.
Closures are in each direction between the Fort Duquesne Bridge and just north of the Camp Horne Road interchange.
Dominique traveled more than 5,000 miles in February from Ivory Coast in West Africa to Chicago to undergo the operation.
For the first time in memory, there is a very real possibility of famines in Somalia, South Sudan, Nigeria and Yemen breaking out at once
In recent years, a single judge based in Marshall, Texas, oversaw about a quarter of all patent cases nationwide.
ETP’s announcement marks a significant development in the long battle over the project that will move North Dakota oil 2000 miles.
City officials Monday urged more witnesses to come forward and offered reassurances amid questions about safety in public gathering spots.
The Senate committee vote now will be held next Monday. Judge Neil Gorsuch remains on track for confirmation with solid Republican backing.
“I will keep working … until we eliminate every unnecessary, harmful and job-killing regulation that we can find,” the president said.
State regulators approved two injection wells to dispose of shale gas drilling wastewater but have imposed conditions to prevent
“Is there anyone who thinks that North Korea would ban nuclear weapons?” said Nikki Haley, the U.S. ambassador to the U.N.
Debbie’s sustained winds reportedly reached 109 miles per hour with gusts up to 155 mph at its “very destructive core.”
The deployment includes two Army infantry companies and one platoon equipped to clear away roadside bombs.
A bipartisan group calls for legalizing video-gaming terminals so patrons of bars, clubs and even truck stops could play slots or poker.
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Police say James Harris Jackson, 28, of Baltimore, admitted to traveling to New York specifically to target and kill black men.
The death of a 43-year-old delivery van driver in Syria with no known political connections could easily have faded into obscurity.
Rep. Devin Nunes’ revelation spurred calls for a recusal. Meanwhile, Trump adviser Jared Kushner agreed to be interviewed by the Senate.
Mr. Livingston once won 10 consecutive not-guilty federal jury verdicts.
Pitt researcher wins $50,000 from the Beagle Freedom Project to continue work that aims to avoid using live animals for drug research.
Trees, animals and human activity all are involved in the transmission of Lyme disease bacteria in Pennsylvania and the U.S.
A judge mid-trial has thrown out the case against an investment adviser accused of bribing the state’s ex-treasurer to get state business.
The teachers’ union, which has been working without a contract since June 30, issued the 48-hour notice to board President Matthew Cesario.
The ride-sharing company had halted testing of its self-driving cars after a crash involving an Uber vehicle in Arizona.
Keith Jordan Lambing is charged with rape and criminal homicide in the death of his girlfriend’s 4-year-old son, Bentley Miller.
Prosecutors in Bill Cosby's sex assault case in Pennsylvania are fighting defense efforts to question 2,000 potential jurors.
“This scoundrel... should have taken flowers to the graves of the victims,” says the mayor of Medellin, Colombia.
Committee Chairman Chuck Grassley on Monday announced the delay that was requested by Democrats.
The Zambelli fireworks business entered the plea after failing to report more than 63,000 fireworks that were apparently stolen.
Health care defeat rattles markets in a sign of loss of confidence in Trump.
The Pittsburgh mayor, in a race with two other candidates, gets two-thirds approval from the Allegheny County Labor Council.
A gallon of regular cost $2.51 as of Sunday, down slightly from last month and bucking the trend of rising prices this time of year.
Christie and first-son-in-law Jared Kushner have been working on the issue for several weeks, the paper reported.
The White House Counsel’s Office was informed that the Senate Intelligence Committee wanted to question Mr. Kushner.