Congress has passed legislation to reopen the partially-shuttered federal government and avert a potentially disastrous default on U.S. obligations, clearing the measure for President Barack Obama’s promised signature.
The outgoing Mayor is barely seen or heard from these days, but Wednesday he made a rare public appearance in South Side.
KDKA’s Jon Delano went to Washington D.C. to ask local members of Congress about the nonsense of this government shutdown and potential default on the debt.
Frustration seems to be more common in Washington than the ability to reach a bipartisan deal across party lines.
It’s not their decision to make — but city council wants a moratorium on school closings in Pittsburgh.
Former Pittsburgh City Councilwoman Michelle Madoff has died.
Users of the Electronic Benefits Transfer System locally and in other states have reported that their cards weren’t working Saturday.
Gov. Tom Corbett’s top budget official says a partial federal government shutdown could eventually force the state to mothball programs and furlough employees.
The government shutdown has denied death benefits to those who made the ultimate sacrifice.
Rich Fitzgerald wouldn’t get specific about his 2014 County budget before addressing council member Tuesday night, but it’s clear that holding the line on taxes is a top priority.
Weddings have been cancelled, veterans have been turned away from memorials and furloughed employees are unsure if they’ll get a paycheck on Oct. 15, as Sunday marks day six of the government shutdown.
The Pentagon is ordering most of its approximately 400,000 furloughed civilian employees back to work.
The Port-Authority is proposing to reroute buses that stop in the heart of downtown.
Gov. Tom Corbett’s comments on a CBS Television station in Harrisburg ignited a firestorm.
The director of the Veterans Affairs Healthcare region that includes Pittsburgh says he’s retiring “with mixed emotions” – but made no specific mention of a deadly Legionnaires’ outbreak that occurred on his watch.
President Barack Obama wins a second term in office on Nov. 6, 2012.
When politicians make the news, it’s not always for their politics. We’re taking a look back at stories that were the talk of the town.
Which senator has already claimed his title as “Trail Blazer” – on his mausoleum? Which one has scaled more than 50 mountains in his home state? Alabama to Illinois, click through to find out.
All eyes have been on Michelle Obama before she entered the White House. Here’s a look at some of the first lady’s fashion styles.