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Chaplain moved to rehab unit after surviving Tree of Life shooting


Two people remain under medical care following the synagogue massacre Oct. 27 in Squirrel Hill.

Stephon Tuitt and Marcus Gilbert won't play against the Jaguars


Tyson Alualu will get his first start of the season for Stephon Tuitt and Matt Feiler his fourth consecutive start for Marcus Gilbert.


The Penguins need more from Riley Sheahan


Riley Sheahan found himself last year. The Penguins are still looking for that player to re-emerge.

Weekend roadwork continues in the Pittsburgh area despite winter weather


PennDOT has work scheduled on the Parkway East and West, Route 28, Interstate 79, Squirrel Hill tunnel and Route 28 this weekend.

Humbled Steelers ready to turn the tables on the talkative Jaguars


After giving the Jaguars plenty of ammunition last year, it’s the Steelers who have bulletin board material this year.

Pitt's trips: Sleeping habits, roommate bonding are factors on the road


Pitt coach Pat Narduzzi wants to make sure his top performers get plenty of rest on the road, and he has it down to a science.


'The Red and the Blue' : Steve Kornacki's traces the roots of our political dysfunction


“The Red and the Blue” explains how our politics became tribal in the 1990s, and how it made our current political dysfunction inevitable.



Concert for The Tree of Life will feature Daya, Jorma Kaukonen, Low Cut Connie and more


Tickets go on sale Monday for the Dec.18 concert at Stage AE.

Ron Cook: After remarkable turnaround, Steelers ready for Jaguars test


The Jaguars have burned the Steelers defense in the recent past. Expect that to change this weekend.

Suspended West Mifflin superintendent denies improper use of district credit card


Daniel Castagna faces a number of accusations — including neglect of duties, incompetency and immorality under the Public School Code


Judge: White House must return CNN's Jim Acosta's credential


U.S. District Court Judge Timothy Kelly, an appointee of President Donald Trump, announced his decision following a hearing in Washington.

Carnegie Mellon names engineering dean as its new provost


James Garrett, Jr.’s appointment as chief academic officer is effective Jan. 1.

Holiday pop-up shop featuring Pittsburgh fashion trucks opens on Light Up Night


Fashion trucks Vintage Valet and Magnolia on Main have teamed up to produce a Downtown holiday pop-up shop, which runs through Dec. 22.

DeVos proposes overhaul to campus sexual misconduct rules


The Education Department says the proposal ensures fairness for students on both sides of accusations.

Penn State punter Blake Gillikin's duties at Rutgers? That's up in the air


Gillikin’s right index finger will get a more vigorous workout than his right leg on Saturday.

Report: Big shift to solar power possible in Pa. with right policies


Currently, Pennsylvania gets only 0.25 percent of its electricity from solar panels mounted on rooftops and in fields.


'Boy Erased' is a harrowing true tale of gay conversion therapy


Russell Crowe, Nicole Kidman and Lucas Hedges bring to the powerful tale to life.

'Instant Family' offers funny, realistic portrait of foster parenting


The film, written by a foster/adoptive parent, hits almost all the right notes in its depiction of the foster/adoption experience.

'Widows' isn't a feel-good feminist heist movie - and that's why it's so great


“Widows” carries a sharp-eyed commentary on American life, from its cultural love of violence to its vastly unequal economic system.

Ed Bouchette: Two other franchise-tag holdouts made out in a big way


Ed Bouchette shares his thoughts from around the NFL in a post-Le’Veon Bell climate.

Joel Edgerton hopes 'Boy Erased' is a road map for parents of LGBTQ teens


Writer-director-actor Joel Edgerton brings gay conversion therapy into the national conversation.


Question: Why do Pittsburghers say 'Kennywood is open' when they mean zip up?


Becky Yanak of Upper St. Clair asked and we answered: Its origin may be unknown, but what it means is crystal clear.

Man again gets death sentence in disabled woman's torture


A Westmoreland County jury handed the verdict down late Thursday night against Melvin Knight.