The Pittsburgh health and wellness retailer lowers its earnings forecast for the year.
The presidential candidate says he’s confused by the reason for former House speaker’s vitriol. “I don’t know the man,” he says.
The two center lanes outbound/westbound bridge will close to traffic as crews repair a crash barrier.
No criminal charges were filed in connection to U.S. airstrike that killed 42 people at civilian hospital in Kunduz.
The workers say they are forced to move equipment to and from work sites before and after their shifts without being paid.
Bernie Sanders has an 80 percent approval rating and a disapproval rating of 17 percent, according to constituent surveys.
What’s not clear is whether those medications were prescribed to the 57-year-old musician.
The city is one of the main battlegrounds of Syria’s civil war, with a cease-fire that has collapsed and peace talks in Geneva stalled.
List of delegates.
But 54 Pennsylvania delegates are essentially free agents, who can vote for anyone they want during July’s nominating convention.
The results in the Democratic primary for the 46th Pennsylvania House district are still unclear.
“You’re right that presidents are often busy, but … in America, there is no more important title than citizen,” the president said.
Both moves apparently underscored the billionaire’s commanding position in the GOP race.
The developments raised hopes that he could help investigators trace the pathways of Islamic State fighters thought to be in Europe.
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The ruling Workers’ Party will open its 7th congress in Pyongyang on May 6, the official Korean Central News Agency reported Wednesday.
In Caracas, hundreds of angry voters lined up to sign a petition beginning the process of recalling the deeply unpopular president.
That ruling in the former Virginia governor’s case could make it tougher for the government to crack down on public corruption.
Plus: suicide bomb in Turkey; Beirut ruling riles Iran; 2 killed in West Bank; and more.
The hush-money case makes the former speaker one of the highest-ranking American politicians ever sentenced to prison.
According to the state, the vote is 48,686 to 47,677. That puts Mr. Shuster ahead of Art Halvorson by less than 1 percentage point.
Republicans in the precinct where John Kasich grew up — Ward 2, District 2 — granted him a narrow victory there: 18 votes to Mr. Trump’s 16.
The Friendship Hill National Historic Site is a fascinating piecemeal architecture full of questions likely never to be answered.
A physician has forecasted fewer hospital admissions and capitated payments for medicare care.
Plus: Extra special help from the School for Blind Children.
JoAnne Staroschak spread her Ukrainian heritage by teaching others about Pysanka, the centuries-old folk art of decorating Easter eggs.
The agency said the new monitors will better measure emissions from shale gas wells and compressor stations.
Cruz says outside an Indianapolis restaurant that Indiana will play a major role in the campaign for the Republican nomination.
The school and county health department link the recent cases of ”gastrointestinal distress” to La Prima Espresso in Wean Hall.
Nina Zetty, who has been on approved sick leave since March 14, will remain on leave until June 30, her retirement date.
Full service resumed just before 1:30 this afternoon but the Port Authority said it will take time for cars to resume the normal schedules.
The work near Reedsdale Street and Allegheny Avenue has left one lane of traffic open.
Voters delivered a big blow to Bernie Sanders and to Republican underdogs Ted Cruz and John Kasich.
Some long-term care policyholders of Genworth, John Hancock, Metropolitan and Unum life insurance companies will see increases in rates.
Of the 71 Republican delegates at stake last night, only 17 will have their allegiances determined by the winner of the popular vote.
Rep. Mark Cohen, elected in a special election in May 1974, lost to community organizer Jared Solomon in Philadelphia.
The United States is one of just a handful of countries that gives regular voters any say in who should make it onto the presidential
Trump’s victories came in Connecticut, Delaware, Maryland, Pennsylvania and Rhode Island; Clinton ceded only Rhode Island to Sanders.
Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump took giant steps toward their respective nominations Tuesday.
The Storm Prediction Center had received reports of bad weather from Texas to Nebraska to West Virginia, but none of them deadly.
But it is seen as unclear whether Riek Machar’s new role will be enough to quiet the unrest fueled by ethnic and tribal rivalries.
Its ruling protects the nation’s 22 million public employees against being demoted or fired for supporting any political candidate.
Meanwhile, the hunt for whoever is responsible continued to expand, with more than 200 law enforcement officials involved.
North Korea is reportedly readying a test of an intermediate-range ballistic missile, according to South Korea’s Yonhap news agency.
“FDA, please don’t let me die early,” said 15-year-old Billy Ellsworth, who is in the drug trial that was considered by the committee.
Rep. Mike Doyle, D-Forest Hills, easily defeated his challenger but Rep. Bill Shuster, R-Bedford, was in a close race with Art Halvorson.
Plus: $1.1 Billion sought to fight Zika virus; Debate goes over North Carolina LGBT laws; Computer science education pushed
Plus: Political turmoil in Iraq; Al-Qaida claims killing of gay activist; Hostages held in Philippines; Mitsubishi lied on fuel economy
The probe could perhaps end decades of official reluctance to confront the military’s killings of hundreds of thousands of people.
A nasty budget dispute that lasted the better part of a year didn’t appear to hurt any incumbent local state House members on Tuesday.