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Trump Signs Orders Addressing Tax Rules

President Donald Trump went to the Treasury Department Friday to sign executive orders targeting tax rules.
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Volkswagen Penalized For Emissions Cheating Scandal

A federal judge has approved a $2.8 billion penalty against Volkswagen over the automaker's diesel emissions scandal.
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Peduto Nominates Three to PWSA Board

Mayor Bill Peduto has nominated three new members to the board of the Pittsburgh Water and Sewer Authority to fill the seats of three members whose terms expired at the end of 2016.
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Woman to Stand Trial in Fatal Homewood Boarding House Fire

A woman has been ordered to stand trial in a Homewood boarding house fire that killed three people, even though her confession of how she allegedly started the blaze differed from...
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UPMC Hit With Another Lawsuit Over Mold Outbreak

Another lawsuit filed against UPMC and its linen supplier in connection with a mold outbreak at several UPMC facilities.
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McKeesport Double Homicide Under Investigation

A man and woman were fatally shot in a car at Crawford Village Housing Complex in McKeesport overnight.
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Alcoa Global Headquarters Returning to Pittsburgh

Who says you can never go home again? Aluminum giant Alcoa has announced that it will close its New York headquarters and move its offices back to Pittsburgh by September.
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Violent Crime on the Rise in Social Media

The so-called "Facebook murder" in Cleveland last weekend was only the latest in what is a growing trend on social media: Streaming brutal crimes.
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Peduto Adopts 'Rooney Rule' for City Hiring

Saying he's "honored to follow Mr.
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Chaffetz Won't Run For Re-election

Utah Representative Jason Chaffetz says it was a "tough decision," but he won't run for re-election next year.
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World Medical Cannabis Conference Comes to Pittsburgh

This weekend, medical cannabis executives will be in Pittsburgh to attend the World Medical Cannabis Conference and Expo on April 21 and 22.
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Peduto Offers to Buy Penn Plaza as Controversy Continues

Pittsburgh Mayor Bill Peduto has twice pursued purchasing Penn Plaza in East Liberty from the current owners, Pennley Park South.
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Opinion Poll

KQV/TribLIVE.COM Listener Poll
Will Congress avert another government shut down this Friday? <More Info>

Yes
No
No
54%
Yes
46%
Total Votes: 8,355

Yesterday's Poll

KQV/TribLIVE.COM Listener Poll
Do you think recent terror attacks in Paris will cause the French to elect an anti-immigrant/protectionist President?

Yes
85%
No
15%
Total Votes: 15,508