Carli Lloyd scored in the 51st minute, and the United States beat China 1-0 Friday night to reach a semifinal against Germany at the Women’s World Cup.
Fifteen Chinese nationals — almost all in their 20s — have been indicted by a Pittsburgh grand jury for using fake Chinese passports and hired test-takers to take SATs and other standardized exams in order to gain admission to American universities.
The FBI says a former PPG employee tried to sell trade secrets to the Chinese.
Meghan Lopresti’s husband, Robert, was putting in the final core boards of their new laminate wood floor Sunday night when her dad called and told her to turn on “60 Minutes.”
PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — While thousands patronize independent theaters with the courage to show Sony’s ‘The Interview,’ strongly opposed by North Korea, U.S. Rep. Mike Kelly (R/Butler) says Americans, theater owners and Sony are right to […]
Investigators release new details today in a cyber-espionage operation that allegedly targeted several United States companies, nearly all of them based in the Pittsburgh area.
The good folks at The Restaurant Choice cooked up these handsomely designed infographics to get you through your next international dining adventure.
Vietnamese air force planes on Saturday spotted two large oil slicks close to where a Malaysia Airlines Boeing 777 went missing earlier in the day, the first sign that the aircraft carrying 239 people had crashed.
Are we on the verge of a global economic crisis?
The Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra, the last American orchestra to perform in Iran, is considering a return a half-century later for what would be a groundbreaking concert tour.
Police are looking for a missing Pitt grad student.
There’s a new federal health alert for dog owners.
There’s a new federal health alert for dog owners. Several brands of the jerky treats were voluntarily removed from store shelves back in January.
Today, a group of students from halfway around the world spent part of their day at the Greater Pittsburgh Community Food Bank.
Pork prices may be on the rise in the next few months because of a new virus that has migrated to the U.S, killing piglets in 15 states at an alarming rate in facilities where it has been reported.