Like so many teenagers in the ‘60s, Don Bowers went to Vietnam.
As concerns over Ebola continue to spread, Pennsylvania lawmakers are weighing in on how the virus is being handled.
As the nation grapples with Ebola, Sen. Bob Casey teamed up with doctors and specialists from UPMC Presbyterian Hospital Friday morning to discuss how prepared we are.
Those who have experienced the painful deaths of loved ones understand why Brittany Maynard wants to end her life on her own terms in Oregon, as she recounts in her own video about the pills that will take her young life before the brain cancer does.
Did the late Thomas Eric Duncan enter the United States under false pretenses, covering up his exposure to Ebola in Liberia to customs officials?
Carl Charnesky of Bethel Park was wounded in Vietnam decades ago, but it’s only now that he received the purple heart, thanks to the assistance of his congressman, Tim Murphy
The government is planning to shut down the Federal Air Marshal Service Office here in Pittsburgh by next year.
More than one million unemployed Americans lost their benefits Saturday as the Federal Emergency Unemployment Compensation program expired.
Police in Connecticut have released thousands of pages of documents from the investigation into last year’s school massacre in Newtown, Conn.
Healthcare.gov enrollment numbers are lower than expected.
Consol Energy — formerly Consolidation Coal Company — is getting out of the domestic coal business, at least in West Virginia.
Lawmakers ended the government shutdown earlier this week with a last minute deal, but it could all happen again early next year if a long-term deal isn’t reached.
In sure sign the government shutdown is over, the doors to the popular Air and Space Museum were back open again Thursday afternoon.
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.
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.