Pittsburgh

U.S. News
Babies born at UPMC Magee-Womens Hospital in Pittsburgh are channeling the cute little creature from the new Disney Plus series “The Mandalorian.”
Entertainment
The actor found out how protective some people in Pittsburgh are of Fred Rogers in a bizarre elevator exchange.
Sports
The Cleveland Browns player was suspended indefinitely after hitting Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Mason Rudolph with his helmet.
U.S. News
Joanne Rogers went to a Pittsburgh hospital’s World Kindness and Cardigan Day event in honor of the late television icon and had a little surprise of her own.
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Will I stay in Pittsburgh and be a pioneer for change, or will I leave to occupy spaces where I know my family will feel like they belong?
U.S. News
The shooting last year killed 11 worshippers and wounded seven at the Pittsburgh synagogue, where a steady stream of people stopped by Sunday.
Religion
The Tree of Life attacker made an explicit connection between the Jewish refugee resettlement organization HIAS and his desire to kill Jews, says the group's leader.
HuffPost Personal
I need to understand the answers to the questions that remain as I approach the first anniversary of the massacre that took place at my synagogue.
Religion
One year ago on Sunday, an attack at Pittsburgh's Tree of Life synagogue killed 11 worshippers. Here's how people are mourning the tragedy.
Politics
One year after the Pittsburgh synagogue shooting, some Jews said they’ve downplayed their religious identity in public.
Weird News
A Pittsburgh driver made a peculiar discovery after smelling something burning during a drive.
Crime
The baseball team's all-star closer stands accused of soliciting sex from a 13-year-old.
Politics
The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette received $15,000 in award money for its coverage of the Tree of Life synagogue shooting.
Politics
Jeffrey Clark Jr., a self-described white nationalist who called the Pittsburgh shooting suspect a "hero," could be eligible for supervised release.
Politics
They were instructed: "No yelling, shouting, protesting or anything viewed as resistance," according to the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette.
Religion
Jonathan Perlman says his faith -- and concern for his traumatized congregants -- compel him to speak up against capital punishment for the synagogue massacre.
Crime
The suspect was caught on surveillance video squatting over the produce in the second food-offending incident at a Walmart this month.
Politics
Jeffrey Clark, who said the Pittsburgh synagogue shooting victims "deserved" it, has been in custody since his November arrest.
U.S. News
Mustafa Mousab Alowemer was arrested on terrorism charges in relation to a plan to attack a church in Pittsburgh, according to the Justice Department.
Entertainment
The singer couldn't say the late rapper's name while performing her hit "thank u, next" in Pittsburgh.