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Islamic extremists in the Middle East, Central Asia and North Africa are emptying formerly Christian cities and neighborhoods.
Rep. Paul Ryan of Wisconsin has been considered the intellectual heavyweight among congressional Republicans on fiscal issues.
After the Luke Bryan concert at Heinz Field last month the city of Pittsburgh felt like fans had shown not a lick of respect.
Kudos to Mel Packer of Pittsburghers for Public Transit for standing up to the rubber stamp Port Authority board.
The U.S. Transportation Department’s welcome mandate comes in the wake of a year of heavy spills and catastrophic derailments.
A new tax on natural gas production would slow the pace of development and lead directly to a loss of jobs and reduced economic activity.
The Environmental Protection Agency will take public comments on the EPA’s proposed carbon rule under the president’s Clean Power Plan.
Remember the glorious ’90s when one of the GOP remedies for ever-rising health care costs was tort reform.
New sanctions could undermine the progress our diplomats have made toward a multi-year agreement that guards against a nuclear-armed Iran.
I would, however, be embarrassed if I thought health care was only for people who had insurance.
As conservatives found when social issues seemed to favor them, there are dangers in seeming the cultural aggressor.
Mass shootings are not up.
The New York Times has it right -- it’s time to end the criminal prohibition against marijuana.
Pennsylvania is producing a diverse energy mix, driving a manufacturing comeback. Proposed federal regulations would put jobs at risk.
South Side hardware store supports artist friend and puts some zip in its display window.
According to the National Bureau of Economic Research and the Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System, you are miserable.
We seek zero child labor, zero child marriage, zero discrimination against girls and zero exclusion from education.
In the past seven years, oil and gas operations have damaged Pennsylvania water supplies 209 times.
There are few jobs in America that are as hazardous to one’s health as working in the coal mines.
On two stretches of Pennsylvania interstates the speed limit will soon rise to 70 mph from the existing 65 mph as a test.
For two decades, millions of illegals have crossed our borders and now another invasion by children from Latin America is underway
Raising taxes on the rich and other typical proposals aren't going to work, argues business professor Joseph R. Blasi.
As a teacher, I am aware of the cuts our districts have experienced.
We as a city must embrace, not turn away, organizations with a track record of success for preparing students for the 21st century.
I remember a time when there were thriving vibrant business establishments here.
The Obama administration took a giant step forward on clean energy last year. Unfortunately, this progress could be undone.
As public opinion mounts against Obama and his policies, the fear-mongering on the Left gets cranking.
“The Pittsburgh Left — How to Become a Yinzer in Seven Easy Steps”:
Paul Ryan is counting on this: Because he says he wants to preserve a safety net, speaks with concern about poor people and put out a 73
The kids are coming over the border but Congress still won’t be taking up immigration reform this year.
Children need to know how their minds and feelings operate, explains Pittsburgh psychiatrist Marnin E. Fischbach.
PNC Park's attendance on pace to match metro area's population, but how will Pirates' spending compare?
The introduction of Lyft and Uber to Pittsburgh has put a spotlight on the Public Utility Commission — and the light is not flattering.
Two federal appeals courts handed down sharply differing opinions last week on Affordable Care Act subsidies.
County parks foundation names executive director, Kimpton Hotel Monaco has a suite contest, and CLO collaborates with Theatre du Chatelet.
Methane, as a greenhouse gas, is more than 80 times as potent as carbon dioxide over a 20-year time frame.
Its actions don’t instill confidence that it is protecting us, write nurses RUTH McDERMOTT-LEVY and NINA M. KAKTINS.
Vast forces. Man’s work. Philosophy. Life. Knowledge. Power. Nothing was unreachable back then.
They told me, here’s the the phone, now get busy, recalls one-time electoral candidate DAVID BOLING
He deploys the Texas Natural Guard to ... do what exactly?
Drill, baby, drill
Last week marked the fourth anniversary of Dodd-Frank financial reform, the most sweeping since the Great Depression. To avoid another 2008-
Our state is at the heart of a new and expanding natural gas industry.
The Rev. Mitchell Hescox was “spot-on” in his July 13 Forum piece “Protecting God’s Creation.”
The organic farm that provides my family with fruit and vegetables 10 months out of the year is at risk of grave damage.
I’m responding to the editorial board’s support of the Holy Family Institute’s decision to welcome some of the immigrant children.
Top officials put their careers above the needs of veterans.
The advent of the defensive shift in baseball, and now how often it's being used, is suppressing offense and in turn hurting the game.
Facts that speak for themselves.
German Evangelical Protestant Church members tried to balance emotional connection to their homeland with loyalty to their new country.