Jorge Ramos was able to call out Donald Trump for his pronouncements about immigrants. Trump responded eventually without giving an inch.
Rescued from financial collapse, the center is poised for a revitalized future as a showcase of African-American culture and art.
Two of Brazil’s biggest companies, Odebrecht and Petrobras, need to be cleaned up.
Recent victories for the LGBT movement shouldn’t mask basic facts about the condition of transgender Americans.
In Europe, where gun control is the law of the land, the murder rate from firearms is one-fifth that of the United States.
Ages 24 and 27, two score years younger than I, could Alison Parker and Adam Ward have guessed they would have no more days?
Will mass shootings never stop? What to do? This is a cultural problem, not legal or political.
Aaron Hernandez will be available in a few years if he wins his appeal of a murder conviction.
Pitching coach Ray Searage is a patient man, likely the best friend a pitcher can have, but he admits a little tough love might be in order.
An NLRB ruling, determining that a corporation was a “joint employer” with a contractor, should aid fast-food workers’ unionization efforts.
Many want the choice not to have a prolonged death.
Outrage is sometimes appropriate and necessary, but this summer it has seemed corrosive. Wearying.
The other night, I saw Michael Vick wearing black and gold in a photo on the Post-Gazette’s website.
A multiple-choice quiz about animal safety, the snubbing of Pittsburgh, soccer sensations and, of course, Steelers stuff.
There’s no good reason for their fall from favor.
Bjarke Ingels is a rock-star architect, globally renowned for a daring style he calls “promiscuous hybrids.”
Registering to vote in Pennsylvania just got a lot easier.
A fight over paintball involves squatter’s rights, Carnegie Mellon gets a $35 million donation, Amtrak announces roll-on service for bikes.
The zoo is a dump full of weeds, broken fixtures and dangers to its staff — and hopefully not its patrons.
We met at IUP, fell out of touch, then grew close as she died slowly at a distance.
Its corporate crimes and unethical marketing practices have devastated families and communities throughout our country.
Israel and the United States disagree because their stakes are different.
I have no hatred or longing for revenge, but I do have a longing for justice.
Let’s not let politicians off the hook with great-sounding pronouncements — and not even a hint of how to make them happen.
When Bob and Pie went to spring training they both hired me to fill in for them on their shows.
Franciscan sisters’ service program open eyes of volunteers and of those helped, says Mark Kenny
Martavis Bryant showed what the Steelers will miss for the first four games when he caught three passes for 138 yards and a TD Saturday.
City is tired of ICA’s budget oversight, perhaps for good reason.
Does he think the undocumented would just calmly line up to be sent “home”?
The vice president’s entry into the race would complicate life for Hillary Clinton.
The Granite State’s primary has a history of upending frontrunners.
It is said that the Battle of Waterloo was won on the playing fields of Eton.
If you get the feeling that a multiple shooting makes headlines every day, you’re right.
Morgan C. Culbertson pleaded guilty in federal court to designing and trying to sell Android phone hijacking malware on Darkode.
I am a Lutheran pastor. I felt very uneasy about the letter “Fans Feeling Uneasy” (Aug. 24).
Perhaps some struggled to get to the ballpark on “Faith Night” in hopes that faith groups would feel responsive to their needs.
I was certainly surprised to get a notice from Pittsburgh Parking Court saying I owed fees on top of fees for a parking ticket I received.
A high school musician debuts on the big stage, with lots of accompaniment.
The GOP candidates aren’t prepared for an economic crisis.
Helped immensely by Mr. Obama’s epic misjudgment of Russian intentions, the balance of power has shifted — and America’s allies feel it.
I search for the red-handled / Phillips-head among the clutter / of Dad’s Air Force toolbox ...
Moderators should pose yes-or-no questions on the economy.
A proposal by Waukesha, Wisc., to divert water from Lake Michigan could affect all other Great Lakes states, including Pennsylvania.
People who park in the city will soon have the option of using a downloadable app on their smartphones to pay for parking.
The fall of oil and natural gas prices is a boon to U.S. consumers and the economy.
The Steelers signing Michael Vick is not only controversial.
The response to any outrage should be to work for a better justice system.
The Steelers and the NFL should spend some time studying how the Pirates do things.
If our politicians don’t stand up for ordinary people, good jobs and safe, healthy neighborhoods, how will our state grow stronger?
GOP had it coming.