Bill Nunn III got into acting accidentally.
LONDON -- Jeremy Corbyn was reelected leader of the bitterly divided Labour Party on Saturday, just a year after his dark-horse ascension rocked Britain’s political world.
BURLINGTON, Wash. — A suspect is in custody in the fatal shooting of five people at a mall in a rural town in western Washington, state police said late Saturday.
BAGHDAD — A triple suicide bombing against a security check point north of Baghdad on Saturday killed at least 11 members of the security forces, a police officer said.
Former Rankin police Chief Nekodie Mudd wasn’t one to agonize over decisions. He let his faith and sense of right and wrong point the way, and did not stray from that path.
Quietly over the last decade, a growing number of hospitals in Pennsylvania and across the country have been redefining how they award much, if not most, of their charity care.
When chemistry leaps off the textbook page and molecules become something kids can build and hold in their hands, a dramatic reaction occurs: They start to learn about the world in which they live. That’s the premise behind Happy Atoms, a new educational tool developed by Schell Games.
Jim and Anna Marie O’Brien weren’t thrilled about the long drive, but they still made the trek from their Lawrenceville home to Cranberry Saturday hoping to learn about the latest treatments for the arthritis that plagues them both.
H.J. Heinz touted the benefits of tariff protection for American industry when he introduced the Republican candidate for president to a Pittsburgh audience in 1916.
Western Pennsylvania lawyers, law students and community members interested in supporting the exoneration of wrongfully convicted people and the prevention of innocent people being convicted now will be able to do so locally.
Stacy Innerst is the artist. You are the caption writer.
CEDAR RAPIDS, Iowa — Volunteers filled sandbags and homeowners began moving things out of their basements on Saturday in preparation for flooding along the Cedar River in Iowa.
Remember those 1988 Willie Horton TV spots, with a mug shot of the man who raped and assaulted a couple while on weekend furlough from prison? How about the 1964 Lyndon Baines Johnson ad with the sweet child picking petals off a daisy. Seconds later: kaboom! Mushroom cloud.
On paper, it should be a blowout. One candidate who has debated 40 times over the last 16 years, doing so with poise and ease. Another who just 14 months ago had never debated at all, and has never participated in a one-on-one debate.
CHARLOTTE, N.C. — Under intense public and political pressure, Charlotte police officials on Saturday released dashboard and body camera recordings in the fatal police shooting of Keith Lamont Scott, whose death has prompted large and sometimes violent protests here. For the first time, Police Chief Kerr Putney said Mr. Scott was in possession of both marijuana and a handgun, which he said raised a safety issue officers felt compelled to confront.
BEIRUT — Syrian troops captured a rebel-held area on the edge of Aleppo on Saturday, tightening their siege on opposition-held neighborhoods in the northern city after what residents described as the heaviest air bombardment of the 5 ½-year civil war.
A blue-ribbon commission had just excoriated Goldman Sachs and other Wall Street banks for fueling the financial crisis. Prosecutors were investigating whether Goldman had misled investors. The company was a whipping boy for politicians looking to lay blame for the crash.
WASHINGTON — Black history officially has a new, prominent place in America’s story.
The Veterans Administration University Drive hospital has transferred 40 patients out of three units, following the failure yesterday of an air-handling unit, the agency announced this morning.