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The treadmill death of a Facebook exec’s husband highlights their dangers, especially for those distracted by electronics and smart phones.
The state exceeded its budget for winter maintenance by $69 million, or 34 percent.
Air Force Tech Sgt. Matthew Greiner and two others will receive medals today for their roles in protecting 80 colleagues in September.
The Pittsburgh-based breast milk bank will service neonatal intensive care units in Pennsylvania and West Virginia from the Strip District.
Senator says a lot of social ills are being blamed on police instead of on broken family structures, criminal behavior and poverty.
The 23rd annual Komen Pittsburgh Race for the Cure expects to draw 23,000 participants on Mother’s Day.
We were stunned when she was able to sustain her good spirits — and very grateful!
The president signaled that the battles against al-Qaida and Islamic State militants remain top priorities for the nation’s military.
The United States will begin the process of reestablishing a diplomatic mission in Somalia after a more than 20-year break, he said.
The bill, in the works since last year, now goes to the Senate, where it seems likely to pass.
Nigerian soldiers are rescuing hundreds of kidnapped girls and women from the last forest stronghold of the Islamic insurgents.
The 2,000-year-old Dead Sea Scroll has never before been publicly displayed in Israel, said Pnina Shor of the Israel Antiquities Authority.
Plus: Burundi high court rules; family squabble; child soldiers to be freed; and more.
Plus: Lynch visits Baltimore; Charlie Hebdo honored; arrest in cold case; and more.
The Pittsburgh mayor acknowledges he erred in criticizing Democratic legislators.
Many hospitals are embracing new procedures, including placing babies with their mothers within minutes of birth, as “a culture change.”
The new research is examining both treatment and prevention, using the latest technology of imaging a person’s brain.
To an unusual degree, strategists for Huckabee are counting on his likability to break through the pack of competitors.
Two gunmen were killed after wounding a security guard at the Curtis Culwell Center in Garland, Texas.
Traffic will be detoured via the McKees Rocks Bridge and Route 65 during the closure, which is scheduled to start 8 p.m. to 4 a.m. Friday.
Bridge inspection will cause the restriction from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Peer-reviewed study finds health co-benefits would result from implementing the controversial federal Clean Power Plant Rule
Fifty-four years ago in Montgomery, Ala., police beat John Lewis and other Freedom Riders as they got off a bus.
The D.A.’s office seeks travel expense records for Elizabeth Forward Board president and Wilkinsburg business manager Phil Martell
But advocates are stressing the need for further progress.
University of Pittsburgh and MIT say zinc helps modulate neural signaling in the brain, adding a new tool to help understand brain diseases.
Excela Health and the Latrobe Rotary will hold a a Wellness Check diagnostic screening Saturday at the Latrobe Municipal Building.
The 48 Arlington bus was headed outbound toward the Smithfield Street Bridge when a car collided with the right side of it.
Google’s mobile search requests are outstripping requests in nine other countries as well.
Despite raising nine children, Mary Ellen Quinn of McCandless found time to be active in her church and peace movements.
Donald Kaelin helped to turn his family’s farming equipment business in Franklin Park into a retail farming and greenhouse operation.
Former Hewlett-Packard exec Carly Fionina and retired neurosurgeon Ben Carson joined the growing ranks of 2016 GOP presidential contenders.
President Barack Obama on Monday spoke about the plight of disadvantaged minorities and how recent protests over policing relate to that.
Pentagon rebuts Internet conspiracy-theorist claims that a military exercise this summer is really a covert plan for a takeover of Texas.
An Israeli veterans group’s survey of soldiers documents lax rules of engagement.
Special forces troops fighting the Houthi militia in Aden were Yemenis, not foreign troops.
Rare attack in Damascus, Syria’s capital, results in the deaths of attackers, including one who detonated explosives.
Nepal can ill afford the losses of many young men.
Plus: Spy agency defended; Burundi unrest persists; Kerry buoys Kenya; Report perturbs China.
Also: Texas suspect was well-known; Bill Clinton to keep speaking; Hillary Clinton to testify; Bridge scandal pleas; Boston bomber cries.
CMU design students hatch a grand boulevard plan for Smithfield Street Downtown.
The Pirates’ rally towel is a 100-percent organic cotton product that helps promote the club’s commitment to the environment at PNC Park.
The princess is the second child of Prince William and his wife, Kate, the Duchess of Cambridge.
Inspections will close lane closures from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. today through Friday in both directions, with all ramps remaining open.
Work will occur between Chatham Park Drive and McKinney Lane starting at 7 p.m. today through Friday.
The outbound side will close at 10 tonight from Green Tree-Crafton to Interstate 79, with inbound traffic restricted to a single lane.
Work will occur in both directions, one direction at a time, between 9 a.m. and 3 p.m. between Kendall and Millerton avenues.
The move signaled an end to the extraordinary measures taken to ensure public safety amid an outcry over police practices.
He has become a conservative favorite on the strength of his motivational life story and strong opposition to President Barack Obama.
Pittsburgh Brookline PreK-8 third-graders have forged a bond with mentor Lexie Bouchard, a seventh-grader battling the congenital condition.