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Highmark says 80 percent of UPMC doctors will stay in network when their contract ends; UPMC says the figure is “no more” than 56 percent.
President Barack Obama urges leaders at global summit to combat climate change, pledging that the United States will help with its
It’s easy to see the humor in a root canal … long after it’s over.
In two weeks, Allegheny County executive Rich Fitzgerald presents his proposed county budget, which he said will not include a tax increase.
Legislation to permit the medical use of marijuana is poised to clear the state Senate, but the House is expected to slow the movement.
Michael A. D’Errico erected creations that ranged from gleaming crosses atop church steeples to flower boxes for a small windowsill.
The action prompted President Reagan to fire 11,500 controllers — a pivotal moment in the decline of organized labor.
A new conservative school board majority in the Denver suburbs recently proposed a curriculum-review committee.
Israel says it found and killed in a shootout two Hamas-affiliated men who they suspect kidnapped and murdered three Israel teens in June.
As many as 1.4 million Ebola cases may develop by the end of January without strong efforts in West Africa to counter it, the CDC predicted.
The site of the memorial has become sacred to many in Ferguson and others nationwide focused on interactions between minorities and police.
The allied airstrikes in the Syrian city Raqqa, the Islamic State’s ostensible capital, dealt a serious blow to much of what it had built.
The White House intruder was known as big-hearted until recently, when he became increasingly disturbed.
The Arab allies are seeking to rein in militants who have threatened them as well.
Sulaiman Abu Ghaith was accused of giving voice to bin Laden’s recruitment drive for new young suicide bombers.
The Obamacare marketplace is expecting a 25 percent rise in insurers selling coverage for the upcoming 2015 enrollment period.
PLUS: Syria fighter jet downed; Iran sees accord soon; Obama presses for rights; Karzai slams U.S. policy; life term for scholar.
PLUS: Google, Lobbyist split; ex-UPS worker kills 2; killer of 7 called 911; transgender care suit; missing college student.
The lineage back to The Pittsburgh Gazette is long and circuitous. These nameplates have appeared atop the newspaper over 228 years.
New drugs can cure hepatitis C, but their prohibitive cost makes them unavailable through Medicare and health-insurance plans.
The president said the joint fight against ISIS is vital to the security of the United States, the Mideast and the world.
The ramps will close at 7 p.m. and reopen by 6 a.m. Wednesday during paving.
Surveillance video shows the drivers gesturing to each other, possibly in a joking manner, as they raced down the Parkway North on Monday.
Several lawmakers spoke in favor of the legislation Tuesday, including Sen. Jim Ferlo, D-Highland Park, who said he is gay.
While the civil debate featured no bombshells, Mr. Corbett was often the low-key aggressor and Mr. Wolf was unfazed by the criticisms.
The work will take several days during milling and resurfacing, the city Public Works Department announced.
State police today brought in an armored tactical vehicle outfitted with robotic video cameras.
For now, relax and enjoy what will be a colorful, crisp fall season.
There’s a particular emphasis on taking AP science, math and English courses.
More screening and the availability of curative but expensive drugs ideally could make hepatitis C rare by 2026
CDC emphasized that the projections are based on data available in August.
The board voted without discussion to fire human resources director Andrea Williams, who has been off on leave for much of the past year.
Maurice Cole Sr. took quick action when gun shots rang out near a bus stop two weeks ago was recognized tonight.
Life Service Providers is sponsoring a Senior Health and Wellness Fair from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. today at the Galleria of Mt. Lebanon.
Measure would require “reasonable accommodations” for pregnant city employees and companies that do business with the city.
In the 1970s, Pittsburgh was home to the largest comprehensive cancer center in the nation.
Mihir Garimella, of O'Hara, placed highest in the 13-14 age group and in the Computer Science category for his project.
A study by the commission's Bureau of Wildlife found that horses, bicycles and snowmobiles can harm habitat and infrastructure.
The Emmy winner was best known for her portrayal of Helen Morgan in “Playhouse 90.”
If grant money comes through Woolslair will be repurposed into a partial magnet school.
Preservationists try to make the case for saving three of East Liberty’s old buildings.
U.S military expands war against Islamic State by airstrikes with warplanes and missiles on its headquarters city in Syria.
Investors and companies are disinvesting in fossil fuels, perhaps the most tangible action on global warming.
Until 2013, RAD had not supported Port Authority. But $3 million helped the transit system unlock $31.5 million in state funds.
Ukraine is pulling back its artillery as truce violations fail to halt momentum toward a settlement of its conflict.
White House fence-jumper had 800 rounds of ammunition, two hatchets and a machete in his car.
State police: 3 Afghan Army officers missing from US base in custody at Canadian-US border.
Sierra Leone and Liberia expect new Ebola caseloads.
Backing for gay marriage has dropped 5 points to 49% in polling by Pew.
Modernization and expansion plan comes during tenure of a president who campaigned for a “nuclear-free world.”