A Luzerne County man was buried with not one but two sandwiches from one of Philly's most famous cheesesteak restaurants.
One day after firefighters continued to dump water on the burned-out wreckage of a West Chester nursing home, retired firefighters Don Wood and Charles DeNicola recalled another inferno at residence for the elderly - and its deadly result.
No, Chris Christie didn't go fetch McDonald's for Donald Trump during the 2016 presidential election.
HARARE, Zimbabwe (AP) - Giddy with joy and finally free to speak out, vast throngs of demonstrators turned Zimbabwe's capital into a carnival ground on Saturday in a peaceful outpouring of disdain for President Robert Mugabe and calls for him to quit immediately. Still clinging to his now-powerless post...
The suspect once lived in the house and was returning to commit a burglary, authorities said.
For religious leaders and lay people alike, it's a struggle to let go of the long-held conviction that sanctuaries are safe havens. In its place is the dispiriting acceptance that they are, instead, soft targets.
In Part 5, Michael Lockhart goes to trial. Will his deceptions win him innocence?
Officials said 27 people were injured in the fire at the Barclay Friends Senior Living acility,
Ms. McDonnell's hobbies were music and film, and giving advice to anyone in need of it. "She had a black belt in Internet shopping and gift-giving. Her wrapping alone was a thing of beauty," her husband said.
Hours after the fire was extinguished at the Barclay Friends facility Friday, investigative officials said they still could not account for all of the residents there.
The president's decision to wade into the national debate also refocused attention on his own accusers, whom he called 'horrible, horrible liars.'
Sen. Bob Menendez remains a free man after his corruption trial ended Thursday. But lingering questions remain. The ordeal took a severe toll on his public standing one year before he is due to be on the ballot and he faces a potential retrial, perhaps in the midst of a reelection campaign.
NPR board chairman and WXPN general manager Roger LaMay will step down from his position at National Public Radio to focus on his duties at XPN. He denied a story indicating that he left the position due to a complaint regarding inappropriate behavior.