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The origin of the hot pot dates back a thousand years to some very hungry Mongolian horsemen. These Mongol riders, en route to China and...

Flight has evolved three distinct times in vertebrates throughout Earth's history. Most recently — just 50 or 60 million years ago — it happened in...

In a significant development for private colleges and universities, the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) announced that it intends to propose...

Local leaders and the GBA celebrated our city's progress in the 2030 District Challenge with an event in the Strip District last night. Details here.

With themes as diverse as disruption, economics and blood, here are five books Bill Gates is packing in his suitcase this summer.

How far would you go to make your wildest dreams come true? Bright Burning Stars, the debut from Pittsburgh author, A.K. Small, examines the risks...

The incoming president of The Pittsburgh Foundation will give this year’s commencement address at Shady Side Academy. Lisa Schroeder will be the ceremony’s featured speaker at 9 a.m. May 31 on the senior school campus at 423 Fox Chapel Road, Fox Chapel. The Shady Side Academy Class of 2019 has

From structural and economic issues, to the fracturing of liberal democracy, here are the four key hurdles the new European Parliament will have to overcome, says Ana Palacio, Spain's former Minister of Foreign Affairs.

Kids are free each Sunday in June, thanks to UPMC. All children age 17 and under receive free admission to see the History Center’s six floors of award-winning exhibitions and interactive learning spaces.

However, in today's busy world where we feel we are in constant demand, patience isn't our strong suit. Our Pittsburgh Tractor Trailer Accident Attorneys at SM&A Law Group represent victims of injury from truck accidents.

Transformation to Competitive Employment
Today, the U.S. House of Representatives Committee on Education and Labor held a hearing on “Eliminating Barriers to Employment.”
One of Pennsylvania’s service providers, Achieva , located in Pittsburgh, testified this morning. Achieva is leading Pennsylvania in transitioning from sheltered workshop settings to competitive integrated employment
Today’s hearing included employment issues related to youth, seniors and people with disabilities. The committee also…

Nomination Deadline Friday, May 31, 2019
The Young Professional Advisory Council (YPAC) is now requesting nominations and self-nominations for the 2020 YPAC Vice Chair
Consider nominating yourself or someone you know for the 2020 YPAC Vice Chair. In addition to helping plan programs to pave the way for other young professionals in the environmental industry, serving as Vice Chair will also build leadership skills, expand your…

From the end of clothes ownership to high-performance materials, here are the sustainability trends to watch from this year's Copenhagen Fashion Summit.

Pittsburgh is never short on tragic events like floods and fires and how they affect communities like artists and musicians.

Republicans want troops sent to help with humanitarian crisis, but Wolf has no plans to “further a political goal.”

Prosecutors said that instead of paying taxes, William Houser of Marshall bought Steelers season tickets and a country club membership.

In Pennsylvania, beer brings in the bucks. A recent economic impact study shows America’s beer industry contributes $11.5 billion annually to Pennsylvania’s economy and provides 77,197 jobs. Commissioned by the National Beer Wholesalers Association and the Beer Institute, the study shows that the jobs impacted by the beer industry in

After the meeting, John Oelschager, president of the New Emerson parent teacher association called the vote “ridiculous.”

Distorted videos of House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., altered to make her sound as if she’s drunkenly slurring her words, are spreading rapidly across social media, highlighting how political disinformation that clouds public understanding can now spread at the speed of the web. The video of Pelosi’s onstage speech Wednesday

A Penn Hills man caught by police three years ago with nearly 20 pounds of marijuana, 150 grams of powdered cocaine and 340 grams of crack cocaine has been convicted on drugs and firearms charges, federal prosecutors said Thursday. A federal jury of nine men and three women found Denver

Get the tissues ready, because the music world just lost an unforgettable icon: Milo Ramone, the conductor of the Ramones, has passed away at 83.

Clothing store Urban Outfitters will introduces a service called Nuuly where, for $88 dollars per month, a customer can rent six items of clothes to wear and return. What do you think?

Starting May 25 at the National Aviary you can learn how today’s birds are descendants of the same family of dinosaurs as the T-rex.