Philip Bilden, a former private equity investment manager who operated in Asia, had been nominated to be secretary of the Navy.
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Changes under consideration by the House could reduce significantly federal dollars for Medicaid and subsidized private insurance.
White House: Too early to say whether a special prosecutor should look into apparent election meddling by Russia
Principal White House deputy press secretary said investigations would find no efforts by the Trump campaign to collude with Russians.
Defense Secretary Jim Mattis has approved the recommendations and sent the plan to the White House earlier this month.
The latest attack has raised questions as to whether the government of President Abdel-Fattah el-Sissi is doing enough to protect them.
Steel City Stonewall Democrats choose Mayor Bill Peduto over his challengers, the Rev. John Welch and city Councilwoman Darlene Harris.
At least 30 Iraqi security forces and more than 200 civilians have been killed or wounded in the last three days.
Not only did Mr. Dickman test out skydiving for the first time at age 90, but he also learned to ride a motorcycle.
Recent penalty against Forbes Center for Rehabilitation and Healthcare was one sign of Health Department getting tougher on facilities.
J.F. Shea Construction Inc. is the general contractor for the $16.9 million project that will bring a series of traffic changes.
Under PennDOT Connects, the transportation agency will talk with local officials and residents before designing road and bridge projects.
Doctors and healthcare workers ask Marcellus Shale Coalition to stop opposing regulation of unhealthy drilling emissions.
AARP says changing the “age band rating” could make health insurance unaffordable for those 50-64.
At risk is the Legal Services Corporation, which helps funds cases involving domestic violence PFAs, child custody, evictions and shut-offs.
The retired California judge helped spawn and entire genre of courtroom-based reality shows.
The charismatic actor, who had roles in “Apollo 13,” “Twister,” and “True Lies” died from complications due to surgery.
Faced with declining enrollment and students who drop out, Edinboro decides that tightening admission standards may be the answer.
Lungs at Work, a clinic in McMurray, provides health care and legal services to coal miners at a time when benefits are under threat.
Economic and cultural factors have made the New South more appealing than Pittsburgh for many ambitious African-Americans.
The back channel talks were to have been held soon in New York.
But the fear and distrust of the United States among foreign students was building even before the shooting.
A Vatican spokesman said Pope Francis’ emphasis on mercy applied to “even those who are guilty of heinous crimes.”
Trump’s characterization of tougher border enforcement and immigration raids as “a military operation” hit a raw nerve in Mexico.
Wilbur L. Ross, President Trump’s pick for commerce secretary, used trade deals Mr. Trump condemns, to amass a fortune across the globe.
The attacks against the Military Intelligence and State Security offices were claimed by an al-Qaida-linked insurgent coalition.
Malaysian police believed that the banned chemical weapon VX nerve agent was used to kill the half brother of North Korea’s leader.
He said that excluding media access to government agencies, as opposed to campaign events, “is something you can’t ban an entity from.”
Some congressional Republicans considering whether to ask the states to reboot high-risk pools, an option with a rocky history.
Warren Buffett has long been bullish on the prospects for businesses in the U.S.
Gone are the Obama-era rules that required immigration agents to focus only on serious criminals.
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Chicago has become the site where biologists try to stop invasive species
Overseas demand for American agricultural products had risen following the start of The Great War in Europe in 1914.
Recent measurements do not agree with a hard-won “standard model” of the cosmos that has prevailed for the past two decades.
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Police spokeswoman Ambria Washington says that "initial reports show so far that about a dozen people are in critical condition."
Tom Perez is the first Latino to hold the post and promised to rebuild the Democratic Party.
After arriving at the Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood airport, Ali Jr. was detained and asked at least twice about his religion.
The president is preparing to start reshaping the central bank’s approach to monetary policy and Wall Street oversight.
The site’s financial backing from the Mercers further cements the family’s status as some of the most influential financiers of this era.
WASHINGTON — Democrats have invited immigrants and foreigners to President Donald Trump’s first address to Congress in an effort to put a
Dena Stanley, who organized the rally, said she fears the rollback of protections for transgender students will only be a first step.
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More than 5,000 cases of the contagious viral illness were reported last year in the United States, the most in a decade.
A new law, which has been mired in a years-long court battle, requires voters to show one of seven forms of government-issued photo ID.
President Donald Trump cited terrorism concerns as the primary reason he signed the temporary travel ban affecting seven countries.