First Lady Stumps For Hillary Clinton at Pitt
First Lady Michelle Obama urges Pittsburgh college students to get off the sidelines and become engaged in the Presidential campaign.
Pittsburgh Tribune-Review Going Digital
Say goodbye to the paper copy of the Pittsburgh-Tribune Review; Trib Total Media has announced big changes.
Accountant Pleads Guilty in Cyber School Fraud Case
Federal Judge Joy Flowers Conti accepted the guilty plea of Beaver County accountant Neil Prence, who admits he helped Pennsylvania Cyber Charter School founder Nicholas Trombetta file a...
Costa Praises Governor's Approach to Ending Opioid Epidemic
Democratic state Senator Jay Costa says he's pleased the governor has been raising the issue of the opioid epidemic, which he calls the most significant public health crisis Pennsylvania...
Wolf Addresses Joint Legislative Session on Opioid Epidemic
Governor Tom Wolf addressed a joint session of the state House and Senate as he presses for action on a package of legislation designed to combat opioid and heroin addiction.
Lessons Learned From the First Presidential Debate
There are still two more Presidential debates to go, and unless both sides were perfectly happy with the way their respective evenings went, we can expect some game plan alternations for...
Computer Hacker Receives Probation
A Kentucky computer hacker-turned-businessman avoids a prison term for his role in the so-called Darkode online criminal enterprise.
Penn Hills Man Convicted of Murdering and Dismembering Mother and Stepfather
A Penn Hills man faces life in prison without parole after being convicted of killing and dismembering his mother and stepmother two years ago.
Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Patients Call for More Research Into Disease
The campaign for more funding and research into the debilitating disease called Chronic Fatigue Syndrome comes to Downtown Pittsburgh.
Google Elections Team Reveals Trends After First Presidential Debate
Election season is in full swing and voters are plugged in to the process online, searching for information about their potential future President as well as questions about their stances...
Pennsylvania Innocence Project Launches Pittsburgh Office
The non-profit Pennsylvania Innocence Project is launching its new Pittsburgh office and student clinic at the Duquesne University School of Law.
The United Nations Human Rights Council weighed in on U.S. domestic policy Wednesday by concluding that after 14 years of speaking with U.S. officials, activists, and families of people killed by police in major American cities "the slave trade was a crime against humanity and the government should pay reparations." The U.N. panel sighted how "it's deeply concerned at the alarming levels of police brutality and excessive use of lethal force committed with impunity against people of African descent in the United States”.
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