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To help with the cabin fever, here are some hidden gems of shows and movies to keep you occupied. There’s gotta be more out there than than Tidying Up with Marie Kondo and Bird Box.

CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19): Writing at The Pudding, pop culture commentator Colin Morris reveals the conclusions he drew after analyzing 15,000 pop songs. First, the...

Seniors should declutter now to help keep them safe, healthy, and to alleviate a lot of stress in the future when belongings are left to family members.

Critics say the move is an attempt to hide reports of a violent crackdown on protests against a fuel price increase.

Ex-priest who brought McCarrick claim to Cardinal Wuerl’s attention in 2004 says former bishop should no longer serve in church leadership

An Allegheny County deputy sheriff shot a robbery suspect during a gun battle inside a Family Dollar store in Pittsburgh's East Hills neighborhood Friday night, a little more than an hour after the Penn Hills Family Dollar was robbed. Pittsburgh Police Cmdr. Mike Pilyih said the county sheriffs and Pittsburgh ...

The Social Democrats and Prime Minister Stefan Lofven are holding onto power under a pact that excludes a right-wing, anti-immigrant party.

The Ambridge Reservoir was one of the most contentious issues in the permitting of the ethane pipeline. Global plastics use was another.

AKRON, OH—Calling the situation dangerous and a rescue operation “very risky,” authorities have confirmed they will now lower a rescue chip into a seven-layer dip to save a broken Tostito that got caught in the party spread approximately 45 seconds ago.

CHICAGO -- The white Chicago officer who gunned down a black teenager in 2014 was sentenced Friday to nearly seven years in prison, ending an explosive case that was centered on a graphic dashcam video and added fuel to debates about race and policing and law enforcement's 'code of silence.' ...

CARLISLE, PA—Saying she was having a “wonderful time” as she danced and socialized with fellow guests Saturday night, wedding-goer Corinne Bauer was said to be blissfully unaware she had barely made the cut to receive an invitation. “The ceremony was just gorgeous, and you couldn’t have asked for more perfect weather,” said the wholly oblivious Bauer, 29, who narrowly beat out two distant cousins and the…

Pirates first baseman Josh Bell talks about success, failure and life in the big leagues About Major League Baseball: Major League Baseball (MLB) is the most...

No fake news here, California motorcyclists. As of January 1st, you can be pulled over and fined $1,000 without the opportunity of a “fix-it” ticket for

Allegheny County has opted to cut hundreds of wanted people some slack over the next two weeks. Anyone who has a bench warrant out for failing to appear in court can go to the Allegheny County Courthouse in Pittsburgh through Feb. 1 to clear their warrant and schedule a new ...

As a parent, I feel like everywhere I turn, someone is warning me about the dangers of letting my children watch TV. While I agree that it can be harmful in large doses, honestly, what really matters to me is just making sure that when my children do watch TV, they’re watching shows that impart some sort of positive value into their lives. This also means steering them away from programs that might affect them negatively, which is why I never allow my…

Music City Downtown will bring Pittsburgh more live music, says the PDCDC, with new and familiar venues offering live performances in 2019

Woodmere estate in Ligonier, once listed for $7.5 million, sold for under $5.2 million at a no reserve auction held in Chicago.

Eight lots of the blood pressure-lowering drugs irbesartan and irbesartan HCTZ are recalled after testing reveals a carcinogen

Former Trump attorney Michael Cohen revealed that he paid $13,000 at the direction of Trump to rig several 2016 polls in the then-presidential candidate’s favor. What do you think?