Man Shoots 4 People Outside Pennsylvania Court, Then Is Killed by Police

  1. Man Shoots 4 People Outside Pennsylvania Court, Then Is Killed by Police  New York Times
  2. ‘Running for their lives’: Shooting at Fayette County, Pa., judge’s office leaves 1 dead, 4 hurt  USA TODAY
  3. Gunman dies after wounding 4 in shooting rampage at Wisconsin office building, authorities say  USA TODAY
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4 shot, suspect dead in shooting outside Pennsylvania judge's office

  1. 4 shot, suspect dead in shooting outside Pennsylvania judge’s office  CBS News
  2. ‘Running for their lives’: Shooting at Fayette County, Pa., judge’s office leaves 1 dead, 4 hurt  USA TODAY
  3. 1 dead, 4 injured after shooting at Pennsylvania courthouse, officials say  ABC News
  4. 4 people shot, including police officer, at district court in Masontown, Fayette County; gunman dead  WTAE Pittsburgh
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Pennsylvania explosion: Evacuations and destroyed homes near Pittsburgh after huge gas line blast

Pennsylvania explosion: Evacuations and destroyed homes near Pittsburgh after huge gas line blastResidents have been forced to evacuate after a gas line explosion outside of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania destroyed buildings amid massive flames. There have been no reported injuries as yet but the 5 am explosion and fire affected the approximately 30 homes within a half-mile radius. The line is operated by a company called Energy Transfer in Center Township, a suburb approximately 25 miles northwest of Pittsburgh.


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Vatican knew of Pennsylvania sex abuse cover-up, prosecutor says

Vatican knew of Pennsylvania sex abuse cover-up, prosecutor says(Reuters) – The Vatican knew of a cover-up of child sex abuse by Roman Catholic priests in Pennsylvania through secret archives that bishops in the state shared with church leaders in Rome, the state’s attorney general Josh Shapiro said on Tuesday. Shapiro first made the allegations against the Vatican during an Aug. 14 news conference to unveil a report on a two-year investigation into how Catholic clergymen in the state allegedly groomed and sexually abused children.


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