Incident took place in the Springdale district of Pennsylvania
The match was delayed for over 30 minutes
No longer does Mitt Romney tout himself as "severely conservative," as he did last winter and into the spring. And no longer does Romney hail his running mate, House Budget Committee Chairman Paul Ryan, as first and foremost a conservative icon.
The boy, who was visiting the zoo with his mother and friends, fell about 14 feet into an exhibit that's home to a pack of African painted dogs
Out of America: Pittsburgh, heart of the rustbelt, reinvented itself after industrial collapse in the 1980s. Its rebirth offers hope to other smitten cities
Rodgers leads Green Bay to tense victory but brewing salaries dispute could lead next season to be cancelled
After sex assault allegations and a horror motorbike crash, the Steelers quarterback lines up in tonight's Super Bowl as a 'changed man'
Noll built a defence of such power they were christened the Steel Curtain and his offence was a thing of great athletic beauty
Swing state Pennsylvania is headache for all on Capitol Hill as Tea Party effect bites
In the name of bungling fathers
In trying to describe Gordon Brown's task, its impossibility becomes manifest
Protesters clashed with riot police on the streets of Pittsburgh last night as world leaders gathered in the city for the G20 summit. There were reports that pepper gas and rubber bullets were used to disperse pockets of demonstrators who had tried, but failed, to reach the convention centre.
Opponents of pay policy say attempt to limit bankers' income would be unworkable
Computer programmer's blog reveals anger and loneliness that motivated Pittsburgh killing spree
Same strain of influenza was released by accident three decades ago