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WASHINGTON (AP) -- The Latest on President Donald Trump and Attorney General Jeff Sessions (all times local):...
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The Latest: Trump, Lebanon leader pledge to fight terrorism
WASHINGTON (AP) -- The Latest on the visit of Lebanese Prime Minister Saad Hariri to the White House (all times local):...
Charlie Gard's parents ask court to let him die at home
LONDON (AP) -- Charlie Gard's parents know their treasured son is about to die. They have one final wish - to take him home, put him to bed and kiss him goodbye....
Thousands join Muslim prayer protests over Jerusalem shrine
JERUSALEM (AP) -- Thousands of Palestinian Muslims prayed in the streets near Jerusalem's most contested holy site Tuesday, heeding a call by clergy to not enter the shrine despite Israel's seeming capitulation when it removed metal detectors it installed there a week earlier....
Donation helps Duquesne Law provide training for judges
PITTSBURGH (AP) -- A $7.5 million grant will help Duquesne Law School lead an effort to improve continuing education programs for Pennsylvania's judges, district judges, senior judges and justices....
2 photographers arrested on top of 400-foot-high bridge
PHILADELPHIA (AP) -- Two thrill-seeking photographers who climbed to the top Philadelphia's nearly 400-foot-tall Ben Franklin Bridge were arrested early Tuesday because they set off motion detectors during their ascent, officials said....
Judge halts Sunoco pipeline work in eastern Pennsylvania
WEST CHESTER, Pa. (AP) -- An administrative law judge has temporarily halted work on part of a natural gas pipeline in eastern Pennsylvania....
Ex-Marine killed in Syria passionate about fight against IS
ORLANDO, Fla. (AP) -- A former Marine believed so strongly in the war against the Islamic State group that he secretly traveled to Syria, where he was killed this month while fighting for a Kurdish militia group....
Names of 2 of 3 killed in Pittsburgh-area crash released
BETHEL PARK, Pa. (AP) -- Authorities have released the names of two of the three people killed in the early morning crash of a car that hit a telephone pole in the Pittsburgh suburbs....
Police probing fire that destroyed, damaged camping vehicles
SLIPPERY ROCK, Pa. (AP) -- State police were continuing to investigate the cause of a fire that damaged or destroyed nine recreational vehicles at a western Pennsylvania campground....
Concerns increase in Wisconsin over deal for Foxconn plant
MADISON, Wis. (AP) -- Concerns are increasing among lawmakers and others in Wisconsin over what incentives the state may offer to become the first U.S. home of Taiwanese electronics giant Foxconn....
2 hurt on work crew when building facade collapses onto them
MILLVALE, Pa. (AP) -- Two laborers have been hurt when the facade of a vacant building under renovation collapsed onto them in a Pittsburgh suburb....
2 gunshot victims drive to Pittsburgh hospital, 1 dead
PITTSBURGH (AP) -- Police say two gunshot victims drove to a Pittsburgh hospital before the passenger died and the driver wound up in surgery and in critical condition....
Correction: Overdose Victim-Traffic Stop story
WHITEHALL, Pa. (AP) -- In a story July 20 about a suspected drug overdose death, The Associated Press erroneously reported the age of a man arrested after he was pulled over with his girlfriend's corpse in his van. Joseph Sokolowski is 26, not 36....
Pa. Supreme Court ruled that 2012 changes made to the sex offenders registry that expanded and toughened reporting rules under the state's Megan's Law couldn't be applied retroactively. Sex offenders were required to register and report for 10 years or life, prior to the 2012 Sex Offender Registration and Notification Act which changed it to 15 years, 25 years or for life, causing those in the midst of a 10-year reporting period to re-register, increasing the rolls from 12,000 to 20,000. An estimated 4,500 registrants could be removed in wake of this decision.
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