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Marc-Andre Fleury talked a brave game minutes after giving up a late tying goal and then the winning overtime goal in a 4-3 loss to
Pittsburgh Promise seeks fund-raising boost from those willing to pony up millions to get city school named after them.
As a story about a leak in Amwell shows, fracking wastewater pits can and often do fail.
Is the Post-Gazette trying to humanize the right-wing wrecking crew with front-page treatment?
Mail delivery to our area and service at the post office are subpar.
UPMC should be careful what it wishes for as it forces people into its insurance plan to see UPMC doctors.
Was it worth it to this driver to put my life in danger as I cycled over the Highland Park Bridge?
Voters can force local, state and national legislators to ensure oligarchs do not end up controlling the agenda.
Most people would agree the use of hand-held cell phones by drivers is unsafe while they continue to use them.
Guy Fieri's menu is more profound than you might think.
The ferry disaster reflects a society that needs to slow down.
John Paul II was a great man in many ways, but he turned a blind eye to the pedophilia scandal.
The federal government has acknowledged that in 2011 the CIA and Defense Department carried out drone attacks that killed U.S. citizens.
In the 36th District race for state House, the PG endorses freshman lawmaker Erin Molchany over 10-term veteran Harry Readshaw.
The foundation proposal would have preserved this Pittsburgh treasure -- and perhaps it still can.
The pain golfers must endure to get through a round are part of the game's pleasure, so don't tamper with it.
The Blue Jackets learn a hard lesson in Game 3 about how important experience is in the postseason.
Instead of flying all over the country to push his programs, I would like to see the president spend more time in Washington.
The PG took a stunningly negative tone in its editorial about the president's visit to CCAC's west campus.
To suggest that the Africa Command or the Defense Department is spending $750 million on operations in a vacuum is downright laughable.
Far from being menaces, corporations provide countless services and benefits to people.
The Supreme Court has confirmed that "money talks."
UPMC said last fall in its tax fight with the city that it didn't have employees; now it says a security breach has affected its employees.
Historically, every president has used the “bully pulpit” to promote executive initiatives.
The U.S. Postal Service regrets the service interruptions that have occurred in East Liberty, Point Breeze and Squirrel Hill.
Oh, well, it would have made for a great Senate race in Kansas.
The mayor must focus on filling key administrator spots, starting with public safety director.
David Porter is too radical to be a federal judge in Pennsylvania
President Obama left Tuesday on a trip to Japan, South Korea, Malaysia and the Philippines in pursuit of his so-called pivot to Asia.
There's too much money in politics, too many economic sanctions and too much spying.
Lawmakers of both parties must be willing to compromise with President Obama to erase an ugly and sexist piece of history,
Until reading recent letters to the editor, I thought non-delivery of mail was limited to our route in Crafton.
I will just guesstimate that approximately 1 out of 15 students who are trained for “industry’s needs” may find success in obtaining a job.
As a progressive, I’ve grown used to harangues from conservatives explaining the alleged evils of the Affordable Care Act.
A highlight of the Passover celebration is the singing of Dayenu, a lively song of gratitude.
Critics want president to be more bellicose in foreign policy, and they don't seem to understand the stupidity of it.
Squirrel Hill is getting its first farmers market, on a Sunday to boot, thanks to the coaxing of a boomerang entrepreneur.
Two years ago when the state’s texting while driving law took effect, many Pennsylvanians knew it was flawed.
It’s weird to be jealous of your car. But I am. And I love my ’65 Mustang convertible.
MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif.
This is in response to the April 17 Perspectives piece written by John C. Oliver III and James Seif, “Corbett Plan Is Good for Parks.”
Two bills are moving through the Pennsylvania Legislature that would create a prescription drug monitoring program. Both are intended to
I’d like to add to the conversation about the need for education funding.
Algeria has been idiosyncratic among North African states, and it continued that tradition in last Thursday’s election.
The Colombian novelist was a writer with universal appeal who could expect to see even his minor works translated into dozens of languages
Russell Crowe's new movie filmed in Pittsburgh could do itself proud by creating script out of the headlines.
Pittsburgh's new legislation covering vacant properties has potential, if someone can supply the money that's needed.
Wow. Rob Rogers really stuck it to the NRA in his April 14 cartoon. That’s right, those gun-toting zealots really do love to see guns, not
Oftentimes Rob Rogers’ use of "humor" to drive home a point crosses the line.
Legislation was signed into law making significant improvements to how abuse is reported, rectifying problems with mandatory reporting.