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Polls show overwhelming support to change the law in what was once among the most devout Catholic societies in Europe.
The Saudi Health Ministry said at least 21 people had been killed and more than 120 others injured.
The Islamic Republic contributed small numbers of troops in support of advancing Iraqi ground forces, U.S. defense officials said Friday.
Plus: new Colombia violence; ‘productive’ Cuba meeting; ‘nut rage’ executive freed; and more.
Nearly 900 pages of emails from Hillary Rodham Clinton’s private account provide little apparent fuel for a Republican probe of her actions.
Environmentalists have praised the new rule, but it has attracted fierce opposition from several business interests.
Though ballots are still being counted, gay marriage is headed toward a resounding victory in the historic Friday vote.
Islamic State militants who seized the ancient Syrian city made control clear by leaving decapitated bodies of suspected foes in streets.
Work zone speed cameras have slowed traffic down in Maryland, and may be coming to Pennsylvania.
The order requires Amtrak to enforce a 50 mph limit near the Frankford Junction curve, modify signals and enforce speed limits elsewhere.
Pwn (8 points, to dominate an opponent). Thanx (15 points, thanks). Bezzy (18 points, several meanings, not all of which are printable).
June 28, 1970. A daytime doubleheader against the Cubs. We won both. All was right with the world. And then it hit me ...
A reason for Pat Toomey to smile. (Associated Press photo) Underwhelmed by the effort thus far of Democrats to win back the U.S.
Allegheny County Executive Rich Fitzgerald and Pittsburgh Mayor Bill Peduto listen to a speech Downtown in February 2015.