Solar-Powered Pilots' Globe-Circling Flight Arrives In NYCThe pilots of a solar-powered airplane on a globe-circling voyage that began more than a year ago said their flight over the Statue of Liberty before landing in New York inspired them on their mission to promote a world free from reliance on fossil fuels.
Man, Goat Walking Across U.S. Spotted In Peters TownshipA man traveling across the United States with his goat will soon pass through Pittsburgh.
America's 5 Largest ZoosA look at five of the largest zoos in America, based upon size, number of animals or attendance.
Taxi Managers: Make It Easier For Uber Drivers To Become Yellow CabsA group of New York City taxi medallion managers are advocating to make it easier for Uber drivers to become yellow cab drivers.
Allegheny County Leaders Approve Push For Minimum Wage Increase In Pa.Allegheny County Council members approved a push to raise the state minimum's wage to $10.15 an hour.
Cops: Pennsylvania Woman Takes Cab From NYC, Skips $600 FareA 44-year-old woman is accused of skipping out on a $600 fare after police say she took a taxi 135 miles from New York City to her Pennsylvania home.
Guide To The Best St. Patrick's Day Celebrations In The WorldSt. Patrick’s Day is the time of year when everyone digs out their favorite green outfits from the back of their closets and heads out to celebrate this festive Irish-themed holiday.
7 Most Photogenic Cities In The USSeven exceptionally photogenic cities to consider visiting in America
Sewer Lines Constricted By “Flushable” WipesFlushable wipes are clogging private and public sewer lines in Beaver County’s borough, East Rochester, according to borough officials.
FDNY: 1 Dead, 3 Seriously Hurt In Manhattan Crane CollapseThe FDNY says one person is dead and two others are seriously injured following a crane collapse in Lower Manhattan.
5 Of The Best New Year's Eve Celebrations In The WorldA look at five of the best New Year's Eve celebrations from around the world.
Pope Francis Mingles With High And Low In New York VisitSweeping through the landmarks of America's biggest and brashest city, Pope Francis on Friday offered comfort to families of the 9/11 victims at ground zero, warnings to world leaders at the United Nations, and encouragement to children - many of them immigrants - at a Catholic school in East Harlem.