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House approves Ryan-Murray budget accord with House Speaker John Boehner criticizing opponents.
Gorgi Easler volunteered her time at Fox Chapel Presbyterian Church, West Penn Hospital Foundation and the local PEO chapter.
The Obama administration cracked down Thursday on oil and shipping companies accused of helping Iran evade economic sanctions.
North Korea said Friday that it had executed Kim Jong Un's uncle as a traitor for trying to seize supreme power.
John Beliveau II will plead guilty to bribery and conspiracy to commit bribery Tuesday in federal court in San Diego.
What could you do with $400 million?
The Obama administration on Thursday fought to keep secret a CIA account of the 1961 Bay of Pigs debacle.
Residents of more liberal states are signing up for health care coverage at a greater rate than residents of conservative states.
Vigil organizers said they wanted to inspire change but did not want to create a platform to discuss politics and public policy.
U.S. Rep. Tim Murphy introduces a bill for a mental-health system overhaul.
The administration announced that it would grant an extension for a program that provides health coverage to people with serious illnesses.
The House approved, 350-69, a comprehensive defense policy bill Thursday that aims to stem the epidemic of sexual assaults in the military.
Long-lasting ficus plant has grown into a colorful, decorated new position in the household each December.
Authorities believe former PPG executive contemplated suicide before accident that killed two people in New Hampshire.
Bob Levinson, an ex-FBI agent who disappeared in Iran six years ago was on a rogue CIA mission, U.S. intelligence officials
The most dramatic overhaul of Mexico's oil industry came closer to fruition when Congress approved a proposal to end a 75-year-old monopoly.
Will up to 50,000 Pennsylvania kids be switching from the Children's Health Insurance Program to Medicaid?
Mayor-elect Bill Peduto's staff said making the changes now would create "a very difficult effect" on the new administration's finances.
The government had accused Jang Song Thaek — long considered the country’s No. 2 power — of corruption, drug use, gambling and womanizing.
Trustees approved work on a $7.8 million renovation and a 10-year lease for space for the Department of Sports Medicine and Nutrition.
The bill is designed to increase access to care, improve research, reduce the stigma of mental illness and integrate physical- and mental
An aging 12-inch water main ruptured about 5:30 a.m. on Poplar Street, creating icy conditions in some spots.
The Wabash Tunnel will be open on its full schedule today and Friday after work on the ventilation system was completed early.
The jury is now deliberating the case involving one of three co-defendants charged with killing Jordan Coyner during a robbery.
Eight committee members voted unanimously to approve the budget Wednesday night.
The gift will support the second phase of a $32 million project involving Hamburg Hall that began last summer.
Baldwin-Whitehall board meets again, hundreds turn out to protest recent events.
A representative faced some pointed questioning by school board following a plan to bring in up to 30 new teachers from the program.
The bills cover topics including pay equity lawsuits, the publishing of nude photos and buffer zones around health clinics.
A former executive at PPG Industries in Pittsburgh told police that he was trying to kill himself last weekend.
C. Lee Walter trained as a pharmacist before becoming a cardiologist.
Starting Monday, police responding to calls of domestic violence must offer suspected victims a survey.
Fellow musicians praise Jim Hall for his impeccable technique and the warmth and subtlety of his playing.
Andrew Fisher described himself as an "amateur health care policy wonk, four-season bicycle commuter and 10 years living TV-free.
House Republicans mostly favor the accord, which would reverse $63 billion in across-the-board spending cuts, but nudge deficits higher.
They had only seconds to look at the man many called "tata" -- father in his native Xhosa.
But hospital officials said while the intent to keep patients informed is commendable, they don't always know of an outpatient status.
Pittsburghers help by holding open a door, returning lost keys, changing a tire and paying for another customer.
This may be done without greatly harming the patient's odds of survival, new research suggests.
The bomb went off at the northern gate to the airport, which is normally crowded with civilian workers waiting to go through security
Police pull back after a show of force that riles the West and enables the pro-Europe activists to maintain their resolve.
The United States and Britain said some gear, such as communications equipment and laptops, was seized by Islamic militants.
Through its website, "Hour of Code" offers lessons in computer coding that are aimed at every age group and accessible on a range of
Flood insurance costs are on the rise because of changes in federal law, but there's still time for Congress to mitigate the hikes.
The main gymnasium and natatorium in the new athletic facility hosted events; the renovated fine arts theater will host a concert.
Planning is underway for construction of a new Thomas Jefferson High School on a vacant 151-acre site the district owns.
The report the team submitted in October got them selected as finalists from among 1,600 schools in the competition.
Curt Baker is faced with the task of ushering his students to join the ranks of Pennsylvania's educational creme de la creme.
A group of 22 second graders sliding frozen turkeys toward bowling pins across the floor were enjoying a reward for donating the most gifts.
Nearly 40 holiday packages may not arrive in time for Christmas, but they still should brighten the season for troops in Afghanistan.