Egypt calls for open-ended Gaza cease-fire
CAIRO (AP) -- Egypt on Saturday called for an open-ended cease-fire in the Gaza Strip, urging the Palestinians and Israel to return to indirect talks....
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US won't let borders hamper fight vs. extremists
WASHINGTON (AP) -- A senior White House official raised the possibility Friday of a broader American military campaign that targets an Islamic extremist group's bases in Syria, saying the U.S would take whatever action is necessary to protect national security....
Russian aid trucks begin to leave Ukraine
DONETSK, Russia (AP) -- Hundreds of trucks from a bitterly disputed Russian aid convoy to rebel-held eastern Ukraine rolled back across the border into Russia on Saturday....
Debaters hope to sway undecided in Scotland vote
GLASGOW, Scotland (AP) -- Scotland's long debate over whether the country should become independent has proved a bonanza for printers of bumper stickers, posters, balloons and even umbrellas....
Job No. 1 for the next governor? A huge budget gap
PHILADELPHIA (AP) -- Job No. 1 for whoever wins this fall's election for Pennsylvania governor likely will be trying to solve the state government's messy fiscal situation....
Entenmann's bakery exits Long Island
BAY SHORE, N.Y. (AP) -- A famed bakery has left Long Island after nearly a century....
Police: Steelers' Bell, Blount admitted buying pot
PITTSBURGH (AP) -- Pittsburgh Steelers running backs Le'Veon Bell and LeGarrette Blount told police they "pitched in" to buy a bag of marijuana with a female friend shortly before they were pulled over - and Bell acknowledged smoking some, though he told the officer who pulled them over he felt OK to drive, police said in court papers....
Altered fireworks, chickens found in W.Va. crash
AMMA, W.Va. (AP) -- Altered fireworks, weapons, live chickens and marijuana were found inside an SUV that wrecked Friday on Interstate 79 in West Virginia, and a Pennsylvania man was arrested, police said....
1990 arson-murder rap tossed, man is set free
HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) -- A former New York businessman whose arson-murder conviction was overturned in the death of his daughter was freed from prison Friday after 24 years, following a judge's ruling that the case against him was based on now-debunked arson science....
Philly, blue-collar workers union reach new pact
PHILADELPHIA (AP) -- The city of Philadelphia and the union representing its blue-collar workers have reached tentative agreement on a new labor contract after years of negotiations....
Grandfather: Bartender recovering from shooting
BROCKPORT, Pa. (AP) -- The grandfather of a 20-year-old bartender who was shot by a suicidal customer at a northwestern Pennsylvania tavern says the young mother is recovering, though still in critical condition....
Lawyer wants seized $125K wine collection back
PHILADELPHIA (AP) -- A lawyer convicted of selling high-end wine from his home cellar despite strict Pennsylvania liquor laws hopes to win back the seized collection before it's destroyed....
Labor council blocks unions' invite to Corbett
PITTSBURGH (AP) -- An umbrella group for Pittsburgh-area labor unions has told Gov. Tom Corbett he can't march in the city's Labor Day parade, despite an invitation from at least two individual unions....
Pennsylvania county has calculated DUIs wrongly
SOMERSET, Pa. (AP) -- People who told police they were not that drunk while driving may have been right in one southwestern Pennsylvania county....
According to a recent Gallup Poll Americans now mention a non-economic issue, such as dissatisfaction with government, immigration, or ethical and moral decline-than an economic one as the top problem. The renewed focus on non-economic issues was first evident in May 2013, and the gap between economic and non-economic mentions has now widened to 33 points, with 71- percent of Americans mentioning non-economic issues and 38-percent citing economic issues.
KQV/Trib Total Media Listener Poll Considering the Governor's comments, if indicted do you think there can be a fair trial in the Michael Brown wrongful death case in Missouri?