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Russia and its sympathizers on Monday seized control of more Ukrainian military bases and facilities in Crimea.
The Olympian was vividly reminded at his murder trial Monday of the gruesome injuries he inflicted on his girlfriend.
Two men boarded the vanished Malaysia Airlines plane with stolen passports.
At Crimea base, Ukraine troops who fought in Iraq now face Russian 'brothers.'
Peter Lanza said in an interview in The New Yorker that he wished his second-born son "had never been born."
Plus: Holder sees heroin crisis; Colo.: $2M in toke taxes; new marathon security; Smithsonian picks leader.
The bill would scrap the nearly century-old practice of using a "good soldier defense" to raise doubts that a crime has been committed.
Mr. Flood died of the rare disease amyloidosis after a long retirement that he filled with charitable work.
State House Republicans are trying to remove exceptions for parties to labor disputes from the state prohibitions on harassment.
Pennsylvania officials say they can't count on the federal government for enough transportation funding.
Use of the light rail system increased by 7.5 percent last year, the second-greatest increase among cities of comparable size.
Craft-O-Tron: What used to be a cigarette machine has risen from the ashes to become a sales outlet for local crafters.
The new law appears to be achieving its top goal of reducing the number of Americans who lack health insurance.
A federal court ruling lets a "super PAC" focused on state legislative races begin operating in Pennsylvania.
A Chatham spokesman said the university will not allow outsiders including the media inside tonight's forum.
The bridge carrying Butler Road over the Allegheny River in Kittanning will be closed to eastbound traffic starting Thursday, PennDOT said.
Health-related events on the calendar for the coming week.
Part of a road in South Park will be closed for a month for repair work, the Allegheny County Public Works Department announced.
The Monongahela Incline will be closed from approximately 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. today for track inspection, Port Authority announced.
Linda Siminerio and the University of Pittsburgh Diabetes Institute are ready to go national with their diabetes education programs.
As medical evidence piles up against it, strict bed rest is becoming a thing of the past.
Thirteen other cities are participating in conversations to bring together local officials, educators, families and community leaders.
Pennsylvania transportation leaders say they can't count on the federal government for enough transportation funding.
District officials soon will be able to listen to pupils on their buses as well as watch them.
Chatham last month announced that its board planned to vote by June on whether to begin admitting undergraduate men in fall 2015.
The action during a special meeting of the commission makes E. Gordon Gee the 24th president of West Virginia University.
Average retail gasoline prices locally reached $3.65 a gallon yesterday.
Interpol confirmed that it knew about two stolen passports but said no authorities checked its vast databases before the plane departed.
The average price for regular gasoline at U.S. pumps gained 9.87 cents in the past two weeks to $3.5098 a gallon.
The Wabash Tunnel will be closed from 8:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. today through Friday for replacement of ventilation fans, Port Authority
Citizens will have an opportunity to view plans for an upcoming major construction project on Lincoln Way in White Oak this evening.
One can only imagine what Bill Peduto and Jeffrey Romoff spent their time discussing last week ...
Poverty, unemployment, domestic violence, sexual assault and addiction pervade lives of young people among the nation's 566 tribes.
A former Wilkinsburg Middle School program director faces a theft charge for accusations he stole a 3-D printer and laptops.
At least four schools in the county -- North Hills, Pine-Richland, Gateway and Woodland Hills -- have planetariums.
Mary Josephine Baker Mayer was engaged by arts and letters, from her passion for reading to classical music.
To the masses in Detroit, William Clay Ford Sr. was simply the owner of the Lions who struggled to achieve success on the field.
A suicide car bomber set off his explosives-laden vehicle at a security checkpoint in southern Iraq officials said.
Lithuania so far has been among the most vocal in raising the specter of further Russian aggression.
Standardized tests are in the hot seat in the "opt out" movement.
To cut costs, hospitals must deal with labor and personnel expenses -- and that will lead to more frequent showdowns with employees.
Students who ran afoul of the law celebrating the upcoming St. Patrick's Day holiday will also be in the soup with IUP's judicial system.
20th District's Democratic nomination closest race in the daylong balloting in which members make their pre-primary recommendations.
One of the 239 people aboard the flight bound for Beijing was Chng Mei Ling, an engineer with Flexsys America LP near Monongahela.
Vietnamese authorities searching waters for the missing Boeing 777 jetliner spotted an object that they suspected was part of the plane.
The company is trying to hold on to smartphone customers amid a price war with T-Mobile US Inc.
The seizure of Zara is the latest reported government advance in its effort to seal the porous border with Lebanon.
Gunmen fired warning shots as international observers tried to enter Crimea and a Ukrainian border patrol plane came under fire.
Bricolage Theater stages a multimedia performance highlighting sexual assault in the military.