David Taube, WLWT.com

David Taube

WLWT.com

Pittsburgh, PA, United States

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Past articles by David:

Twitter permanently suspends President Trump's account

After temporarily suspending President Donald Trump's account earlier this week, Twitter on Friday said it has permanently suspended his account. → Read More

Doctors: Most COVID-19 patients recover at home

Extreme cases are not the norm, but take the disease seriously and avoid spreading it, doctors say. → Read More

Doctors: Most COVID-19 patients recover at home

Extreme cases are not the norm, but take the disease seriously and avoid spreading it, doctors say. → Read More

Doctors: Most COVID-19 patients recover at home

Extreme cases are not the norm, but take the disease seriously and avoid spreading it, doctors say. → Read More

Airlines planning to reduce service to numerous areas; DOT says carriers will still service spots

Fifteen airlines are expected to reduce their services to airports across the U.S. → Read More

Airlines planning to reduce service to numerous areas; DOT says carriers will still service spots

Fifteen airlines are expected to reduce their services to airports across the U.S. → Read More

Airlines planning to reduce service to numerous areas; DOT says carriers will still service spots

Fifteen airlines are expected to reduce their services to airports across the U.S. → Read More

Airlines planning to reduce service to numerous areas; DOT says carriers will still service spots

Fifteen airlines are expected to reduce their services to airports across the U.S. → Read More

Airlines planning to reduce service to numerous areas; DOT says carriers will still service spots

Fifteen airlines are expected to reduce their services to airports across the U.S. → Read More

Airlines planning to reduce service to numerous areas; DOT says carriers will still service spots

Fifteen airlines are expected to reduce their services to airports across the U.S. → Read More

Airlines planning to reduce service to numerous areas; DOT says carriers will still service spots

Fifteen airlines are expected to reduce their services to airports across the U.S. → Read More

Airlines planning to reduce service to numerous areas; DOT says carriers will still service spots

Fifteen airlines are expected to reduce their services to airports across the U.S. → Read More

Airlines planning to reduce service to numerous areas; DOT says carriers will still service spots

Fifteen airlines are expected to reduce their services to airports across the U.S. → Read More

Airlines planning to reduce service to numerous areas; DOT says carriers will still service spots

Fifteen airlines are expected to reduce their services to airports across the U.S. → Read More

Airlines planning to reduce service to numerous areas; DOT says carriers will still service spots

Fifteen airlines are expected to reduce their services to airports across the U.S. → Read More

Airlines planning to reduce service to numerous areas; DOT says carriers will still service spots

Fifteen airlines are expected to reduce their services to airports across the U.S. → Read More

Airlines planning to reduce service to numerous areas; DOT says carriers will still service spots

Fifteen airlines are expected to reduce their services to airports across the U.S. → Read More

Airlines planning to reduce service to numerous areas; DOT says carriers will still service spots

Fifteen airlines are expected to reduce their services to airports across the U.S. → Read More

Airlines planning to reduce service to numerous areas; DOT says carriers will still service spots

Fifteen airlines are expected to reduce their services to airports across the U.S. → Read More

Airlines planning to reduce service to numerous areas; DOT says carriers will still service spots

Fifteen airlines are expected to reduce their services to airports across the U.S. → Read More