Kingsley, Pa. - In celebration of its 100th anniversary as a getaway and summer camp for Girl Scouts across the area, the doors of Camp Archbald are opening for a special anniversary event to bring together camp alumnae, and new friends to participate in some timeless camp fun.
A new study found that less than 1% of fully vaccinated people have experienced a breakthrough COVID-19 infection.
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Seventy percent of U.S. adults have received at least one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine, a key milestone in the fight against the pandemic that the country hit nearly a month later than President Joe Biden had hoped.
The U.S., Israel and the U.K. all vowed to respond to a deadly drone attack on a tanker last week in a major waterway for global oil shipments that they blamed on Iran.
After years of “infrastructure week” serving as a punchline around Washington, the Senate convenes Monday to begin amending a sweeping bipartisan package designed to rebuild America.
The Biden administration will make more Afghans eligible for priority refugee status in the U.S., expanding a program to take in those threatened as American troops withdraw and the Taliban make more gains.
Though fewer people have died during the recent spike than earlier in the pandemic, that’s largely because many older people who are vulnerable to developing severe COVID-19 have been vaccinated.
The U.S. Senate is heading toward passage this week of a $550 billion infrastructure bill that would provide the biggest infusion of federal spending on public works in decades.
U.S. Sen. Dick Durbin, D-Springfield, Friday previews various elements of a proposed infrastructure package. Separately, Taxpayers Protection Alliance President David Williams tells WMAY the package is duplicative and expensive.
Harrisburg, Pa. -- There's only one day left to apply for the Pennsylvania elk lottery, a highly limited hunting license to harvest elk in one of Pennsylvania's 14 elk hunt zones!
Harrisburg, Pa. – In a Court Order filed today, Commonwealth Court President Judge P. Kevin Brobson announced a return to in-person argument sessions and outlined the Court argument schedule for the remainder of 2021.
Pittsburgh, Pa. -- Leslie C. Davis was unanimously selected to succeed Jeffrey A. Romoff as president and Chief Executive Officer of UPMC beginning August 1, 2021, according to a Board of Directors announcement.
The requirement was back after the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said new research showed even vaccinated people could transmit, in rare cases, the more contagious delta variant.
Sober first-person accounts from police marked the first hearing of the House committee tasked with investigating the Jan. 6 attack on the Capitol.
A renewed vaccine push mixed with masking could flatten America’s recent spike in coronavirus cases within two weeks, the director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said Wednesday morning.
A bipartisan group of senators is closing in on a final agreement for an approximately $1.2 trillion proposal to build and repair the nation’s roads, bridges and broadband internet networks.
The World Trade Center Health Program warned seven law firms that numerous applications for those eligible for health care and compensation appear to have been filed without proper authorization or knowledge by the client.
U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken’s trip comes as the U.S. administration vows to challenge what it describes as China’s aggression and while countries across South and Southeast Asia battle a surge in COVID-19.
Susan Sarandon took part in a demonstration with union members in Manhattan planning to picket the offices of BlackRock, an investment management corporation that is the world’s largest asset manager.