Homewood Homicide and Wounding
Pittsburgh homicide detectives are investigating a double shooting that left one person dead and another wounded in the city's Homewood neighborhood this afternoon.
Kennedy Township Homicide
A Kennedy township man died of gunshot wounds suffered at his poplar street home this afternoon.
New Concert Restrictions Announced
The last time Pittsburgh hosted a country music concert; many concert-goers left the north side in a shambles.
Police Looking for Man Who Placed a Suspicious Box on County Executive's Car
The county sheriff's office wants to know who the man was who placed an empty box on the car of County Executive Rich Fitzgerald.
U.S. Appeals Court in Virginia Upholds Health Care Subsidies
A Three Judge Panel of the 4th U.S.
Pennsylvanians May No Longer Qualify For Subsidies on Obamacare Exchange
U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit ruled the IRS could not provide tax credits or subsidies to individuals with insurance policies purchased on the federal health exchange.
Court Date Set for August Wilson Center Dispute
The next step in the ongoing issues with the August Wilson Center may end up in the courtroom.
Stars May Align On Transparency
Republican distrust over lost IRS emails, bipartisan upset over NSA surveillance and the White House's failure to notify Congress when swapping Taliban prisoners for Bergdahl are...
Parents Express Outrage at Moon Area School Officials Over School Closures
Parents expressed outrage last night after the Moon Area School Board voted to close Hyde Elementary.
Wharton Square Robbery Suspect Turns Himself In
The suspect in the July 13th robbery of a South Side Citizen Bank turned himself into police Sunday.
When is a Marriage Considered a Common Law Marriage
Imagine you are 65 years old, your first spouse has passed but you are blessed with another soul mate.
Issues Pile Up In Congress
Issues pile up in congress this summer was supposed to be easy, but a number of crises are forcing a sleepy city to wake up.
The U.S. Appeals Court for the D.C. Circuit ruled the government cannot give tax credits or subsidies to anyone buying coverage on the health insurance marketplace run by federal authorities. The case revolves around four words in the Affordable Care Act, which says the tax credits are available to people who enroll through an exchange "established by the state." The IRS interpreted the law to include both federal and state exchanges, without Congressional approval.
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