The fight to preserve a concrete-and-glass government building alternately hailed as a modernist landmark and scorned as an eyesore continues even as crews prepare it for a partial demolition and renovation.
A growing number of teens and young adults are being prescribed antipsychotics, a new study suggests.
The former head of a western Pennsylvania city's redevelopment authority has been convicted of two counts each of bribery and extortion.
Oilfield services company Baker Hughes Inc. says the number of rigs exploring for oil and natural gas in the U.S. increased by one this week to 863.
The last flight for US Airways will take place this fall, and then one more name in airline history will disappear.
Gov. Tom Wolf said Friday that he would listen to ways to wipe out a long-term deficit and increase education aid without raising sales or income taxes, but he also insisted that the deficit be addressed honestly and without what he calls "smoke and mirrors." Wolf's comments to reporters, following a speech to the Pennsylvania American Legion convention at a downtown Harrisburg hotel, came on the 10th day his administration is without signed budget legislation that gives it the authority to pay all of its bills in the new fiscal year.
The owners of a Phoenix-area restaurant who became notorious after yelling at unsatisfied customers and pocketing employees' tips during a volatile appearance on Fox reality show "Kitchen Nightmares" will soon close its doors.
The accused shooter of nine people at an African-American church in Charleston, S.C., should not have been allowed to buy the gun used in the attack, the director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation said Friday.
Elderly patients may be willing to let family members access their medical records and make decisions on their behalf, but they also want to retain granular control of their health information, a study suggests.
The total number of active U.S. rigs drilling for oil climbed as of July 10, according to data from Baker Hughes released Friday.
Despite Republican resistance, President Obama announced three more national monuments Friday, encompassing more than a million acres of protected sites in Nevada, Texas and California.