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.
South Korean prosecutors say they want to arrest former President Park Geun-hye over corruption allegations.
Health care defeat rattles markets in a sign of loss of confidence in Trump.
Cincinnati police are searching for suspects in a nightclub shooting that left one man dead and 15 other people injured.
Flooding from a water main break on Friday morning closed Second Avenue all weekend.
The Department of Human Services’s myCOMPASS PA phone app is being used to assist people and save money.
Lindy Paving Inc. will repave Interstate 79 between Zelienople and Cranberry, limiting traffic to one lane in each direction until October.
In a town with the largest coke plant in the nation, environmental advocates told residents to empower themselves to fight pollution.
Proposed budget cuts would threaten the programs that many students rely on for invaluable aid and experience.
“English Through Content” is aimed at teaching English as a second language while addressing a lack of formal or consistent education.
The Live Like Lou fund will continue to be part of the Pittsburgh Foundation with a $1 million endowment.
His interview would be part of an increasingly partisan House probe of the Kremlin’s alleged meddling in the 2016 election.
A far-reaching executive order Tuesday would promote domestic oil, coal and natural gas by reversing much of his predecessor’s efforts.
They are seeking the public’s help in identifying at least one of the people responsible for the violent acts in Huntington Beach.
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A San Francisco appeals court, in reviewing Mr. Trump’s initial travel ban, said courts could consider the motivation behind the order.
It was the biggest show of defiance since a 2011-2012 wave of demonstrations led to harsh laws aimed at suppressing dissent.
China’s leaders had lobbied heavily behind the scenes for the 59-year-old Carrie Lam, who will become Hong Kong’s first female leader.
The Trump administration is in the midst of a larger review of overall Yemen policy that is not expected to be completed until next month.
She relied on her Catholic faith, the support of her family and her love for her children to carry on despite radiation and chemotherapy.
The Pizzagate theory grew in online forums before making its way to more visible venues, including “The Alex Jones Show.”
Allegations that inspectors were bribed to approve the sale of tainted meat dealt a blow to Brazil’s agricultural industry.
Hamas closed its only civilian border crossing with Israel on Sunday, and Israeli troops were on high alert.
The militants said coalition airstrikes had weakened the Tabqa Dam and that the water level behind the dam was rising.
The developments come in the wake of defeat for the Republican bill to replace former President Barack Obama’s health care law.
Rep. Ted Poe, R-Texas, resigned Sunday from the coalition in protest over the group’s opposition to the Republican health-care bill.
A gunfight broke out inside a crowded Cincinnati nightclub after a dispute among several patrons escalated into a shootout, authorities
Butler fire departments faced an “anxious situation” as the blaze moved rapidly through the three-story building.
The South Side resident who doted on her three grandchildren died Thursday after a 15-month battle with mesothelioma.
Mayoral candidate tells supporters at Hazelwood church that Peduto’s policies aren’t helping all citizens.
The practice of monitoring bears began in the mid 1980s after the population had dropped to about 5,000 in the 1970s.
North Korea, a country that is cut off from much of the globe, is increasingly trying to use its cyberattack abilities to bring in cash.
Saturday was the 60th anniversary of the day the bloc’s foundations were laid, but leaders said they face many challenges.
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The embassy said the attacker, born in Britain, taught English in Saudi Arabia twice, with legitimate work visas both times.
The incident would mark the greatest loss of civilians since the U.S. began strikes on Islamic State targets in Iraq and Syria in 2014.
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There is little doubt that if Congress finds as much as $25 billion to construct the wall, someone will happily take it.
Former EPA officials want to stop what they see as an attack on the idea that protecting the environment is a national priority.
In stopping the repeal of Obamacare, a GOP goal for seven years, the rebellious far right wing of his party out-rebelled President Trump.
The comments were made defending a bill that would outlaw abortions sought by women based solely on a diagnosis of genetic abnormalities.
Millions of Americans will have to navigate a current federal health care system that, while not “imploding,” is in flux.
The president will have to bridge many of the same divides within his own party that sunk the attempted overhaul of the Affordable Care Act.
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“Some were smiling, some were grim-faced and sad,” the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette reported the next day, March 25, 1942.
Co-founders Erin Drischler and Jordan Tomb work with treatment facilities to provide outgoing patients with new clothing.
An anti-Trump protester allegedly doused the organizer of the event with pepper spray and was immediately set upon by Trump supporters.
The section will be closed in both directions on Sunday from 12:01 a.m. to 6 a.m.