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State Department Audit Faults Clinton On EmailsHillary Clinton disregarded various State Department guidelines for avoiding cybersecurity risks, an internal audit found Wednesday.
Child Abuse Hotline Calls Are Going Unanswered, Auditor General ChargesTens of thousands of phone calls into the state's child abuse hotline called ChildLine went unanswered last year, says state Auditor General Eugene DePasquale.
Controversial Wild Animal Ordinance Brings Clowns To City Council MeetingSupporters and opponents, including several circus clowns, of a controversial ordinance involving wild animals packed a Pittsburgh City Council meeting today to make their voices heard.
Teresa Heinz Kerry To Step Down As Chair Of Heinz EndowmentsTeresa Heinz Kerry says she'll step down as chairwoman of the Heinz Endowments and her three sons will fill the position in a series of four-year rotations starting this fall.
Ed Rendell: More Ugly Women Than Attractive Women In U.S.Former Pennsylvania Governor Ed Rendell says Donald Trump's past comments on women will likely come back to haunt him because Rendell says "there are probably more ugly women in America than attractive women."
Highmark Health Suing U.S. GovernmentOne of the area's largest health insurance companies is suing the United States government alleging it failed to pay its share of Affordable Care Act claims.
Clinton, Sanders Battle In Tight Kentucky Race; Sanders, Trump Win Ore.Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders battled to a neck-and-neck outcome in Kentucky's presidential primary Tuesday.
Wolf Expected To Veto Bill To Give School Boards More Authority To Fire TeachersMost school districts have some new young teachers who are excellent -- and some senior teachers who are, well, just counting down to retirement.
Sanders Wins In West Virginia As Trump Pads GOP LeadBernie Sanders has added another state to his tally against Hillary Clinton with a win in West Virginia Tuesday night.
Poll: Donald Trump Less Favorable Than Jury Duty, Lice, Traffic Jams And NickelbackAccording to a new poll it’s a good thing presidential candidate Donald Trump isn’t running against the rock band Nickelback.
Pa. Senate Approves Changing Seniority-Based Layoff System For Public SchoolsThe Pennsylvania State Senate approved a bill that would change the current seniority-based layoff system used by public school districts.
Pa. Rep.'s Bill Would Allow "In God We Trust" In Public SchoolsRepublican Pennsylvania State Rep. Rick Saccone is pushing a bill that entitles public schools to display the national motto “In God We Trust."

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