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Donald Trump: ‘It’s the Economy Stupid’

“It’s the economy stupid!” he said, repeating a slogan coined by former Bill Clinton adviser James Carville in 1992. “Did you ever hear that one? It’s the economy.”

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CityLab Analysis: Trump Actually Won Pittsburgh Metropolitan Area

Mainstream media reporters and left-wing pundits resoundingly mocked President Donald Trump on Thursday when Trump said he was elected to represent “Pittsburgh” and not “Paris.” They immediately—and gleefully—pointed out that Hillary Clinton carried Pittsburgh in 2016. But it turns out that Trump actually carried the Pittsburgh metropolitan area.

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Pittsburgh Mayor Takes on Trump, Tom Brady in New Campaign Ad

With the primary set to begin in a month, Democratic Pittsburgh Mayor Bill Peduto released a new ad for his 2017 mayoral campaign Monday. In the 30-second ad titled “Great City,” Peduto takes a jab at both President Donald Trump

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Trump Promises Pennsylvania ‘Brexit-Plus-Plus’

MOON TOWNSHIP, Pennsylvania — Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump promised thousands of supporters inside a packed airport hangar near Pittsburgh late Sunday night that Election Day would be “Brexit-plus-plus.”

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Riot After Marilyn Manson Concert Gets Rained Out

A large group of concert-goers turned violent after a massive thunderstorm led to the cancellation of a Slipknot and Marilyn Manson concert at the First Niagara Pavilion in Burgettstown, Pennsylvania on Saturday.

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Uber Rolls Out Self-Driving Car in Pittsburgh

Bristling with “a variety of sensors including radars, laser scanners, and high resolution cameras,” Uber’s first self-driving car is hitting the streets of Pittsburgh in the coming weeks, according to a blog post from the ride-sharing company.

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Macy’s Closing Down Landmark Downtown Pittsburgh Location

Macy’s Department stores is closing down its iconic downtown Pittsburgh location after selling off the building that, for over 100 years, served as the flagship store for the now defunct Kaufmann’s chain.