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In private, Trump vents his frustration over lack of progress on North Korea

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U.S. negotiators have faced stiff resistance from a North Korean team practiced in the art of delay and obfuscation.

National briefs: Research: Diet sodas may fight cancer’s return

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Plus: Grocery store shooting, Boeing spacecraft delay, Former Bush doctor killed, White nationalist charged

Cuba moves toward changes to officially recognize private property, foreign investment

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Cuba’s legislators are expected to take a major leap toward adopting changes.

World briefs: Hamas-Israel cease-fire after Gaza fatalities

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Plus: Protests across Australia, Dostum exile set to end, Duterte’s ‘war on drunks’

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Activists: Shut down Pa. immigrant detention center

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Detainees –– some held for nearly two years –– reported widespread medical neglect and abuse.

Survey finds hundreds of illegal dumps in Allegheny County

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Hundreds of illegal dumps in Allegheny County damage the environment, degrade communities and pose public health risks for residents

Obituary: Hayri 'Harry' Ablak / Turkish engineer became titan of Pittsburgh pizza

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The Ablak family’s company took on an Italian name, but never strayed from its Turkish roots.

Soda tax stands in Philadelphia, but does it have pop in Pittsburgh?

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The Pennsylvania Supreme Court has upheld a soda tax in Philadelphia, but local leaders in Pittsburgh say they’re not exploring the idea.

Pitt's latest weed eaters are quiet, and adorable, too

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Goats chewing up acres of unwanted vegetation at Pitt add cute factor to university’s sustainability efforts.

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Kavanaugh: Watergate tapes decision may have been wrong

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Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh suggested several years ago that Watergate tapes case may have been wrongly decided.

Revelations of U.S. cardinal sex abuse will force pope's hand

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The revelations have raised questions about who in the Catholic Church hierarchy knew, and what Pope Francis is going to do about it.

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1 woman killed after man takes hostages inside Trader Joe’s in LA

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Police said the suspect shot his grandmother and girlfriend before crashing into the market.

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Pa. GOP governor nominee Scott Wagner to climate change activist: 'You're a little young and naive'

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“Are we here to elect a governor, or are we here to elect a scientist?” Wagner continued. “I’m here to be the governor.”

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Survivor recounts deadly Missouri duck boat sinking

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An Indiana woman whose nine family members were killed when a Missouri duck boat sank says the last thing she heard before a huge wave swept over them was her sister-in-law yelling, "Grab the baby!"

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Woman, 19, shot in Homewood North

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The victim was found on Upland Street, but the shooting may have occurred near the intersection of Race and Homewood.

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'We are tired of accepting the worst from our leaders.' Young marchers push for climate action

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Marchers have demands for Pittsburgh Mayor Bill Peduto, Allegheny County Executive Rich Fitzgerald and U.S. Sen. Pat Toomey.

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Trump claims ex-lawyer's phone-taping is 'perhaps illegal'

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President Donald Trump says his personal lawyer's taping of their private phone conversations is 'totally unheard of & perhaps illegal.'

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Ticket mix-up put family on ill-fated Missouri tourist boat

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More than half of the 17 people killed when a tourist boat sank on a Branson lake were members of the same Indiana family.

Democratic consultants to be dragged into Manafort trial

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Mr. Manafort’s trial could provide insights about the international work of U.S. consultants across the political spectrum.

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