The merger of the pair’s personal, philanthropic and professional brands was considered the gold standard of Hollywood unions.
Blood relatives, according to one theory, are less likely to establish conditions and turn their backs on someone just because he messes up.
Investigators and courts rely on forensics to identify suspects, prove them guilty and exonerate them.
A federal judge has ordered the state Department of Corrections to remove convicted murder Arthur Johnson from solitary confinement.
The state Department of Human Services has made an important change in the leadership of the psychiatric hospital in Westmoreland County.
They had been ordered out of the country once and hailed from countries of “special interest.”
There is something more important than thanking those who are not here to hear it: to learn from their example.
Whoever murdered Daija took someone who was precious beyond words. It is impossible to not feel we’ve all been diminished by her loss.
The city’s cameras should be repaired with all due speed — and checks and balances put in place to ensure maintenance issues are addressed.
Children are struggling to care for their aging parents as advances in medicine make it possible to live longer with chronic diseases.
nclusion on the National Register of Historic Places would help to memorialize a rich tradition of architecture and public art.
The FBI’s ruse and the inspector general’s whitewashing of it are dangerous for journalism -—and ultimately, the lives of real journalists.
They may not realize it, but those who rallied to the animals’ defense have won only half the battle.
Apple’s decision to drop the headphone jack in its new iPhone takes away a popular option instead of just offering better choices.
Perhaps the government should bring Mr. Snowden home and see what suggestions he has for improving intelligence activities.
A Brookings Institution report raises questions about the controversial practice of publicly subsidizing stadiums for professional teams.
An independent federal investigation is needed to ascertain the circumstances of Ronald Williams’ death.
If Hinckley fails at freedom, the fight to include the mentally ill in society may suffer a huge defeat.
The Supreme Court handed a major victory to two U.S. senators in their longtime battle against Backpage.com.
More than 60 organizations came together to plan the Community Blueprint to improve the immigrant experience in our region.
Researchers in Hungary have confirmed through studies that dogs not only obey commands, but that they understand tone and content.
Gov. Tom Wolf has proposed a package of reforms, and some bills to tighten ethics rules are pending in the Legislature.
We live under a system of laws.
There are a lot of smart, innovative and selfless people in the world. It’s good that the Heinz Awards can give some of them a hand.
Control units that activate warning lights, lower the gates and operate sensors that detect rising water were found in the “off” position.
From 1964 to 1973, the United States waged a secret war against Laos, carrying out 580,000 bombing missions.
The sugar industry’s internal documents show how corporate influence-peddling led to the obesity epidemic of today.
GOP Chairman Reince Priebus’ tweet about Hillary Clinton not smiling during the national security forum proved that he is clueless.
It is good to see Pittsburgh International Airport in the first ranks of U.S. airports preparing to offer nonstop flights to Cuba.
With criticism mounting, the public safety director modified a policy that barred officers from responding in person to some complaints.
ITT, like some other for-profit schools before it, paid more attention to investors and demands for growth than it paid to the students.
As decriminalization is debated, we need to consider questions such as whether using pot harms people around you.
The United States and Russia have put forward proposals that could begin to bring to an end the horrible slaughter in Syria.
There are few better examples of bouncing back from life’s difficulties than the athletes competing at the Paralympic Games in Rio.
The franchise is known for showing a wide diversity of people working and living together as colleagues and friends.
The asteroid samples will go a long way in confirming or discounting the theory that carbon-containing building blocks of life are common
It is natural for voters to be skeptical about trade agreements that might result in even more jobs being shipped offshore.
Many police departments remained unaware of the law or didn’t understand the reporting requirements, which strains belief.
One child was supposed to go to New York City and the other to Boston, but they ended up in the others’ destination.
A proposal to make stores accepting food stamps stock a full variety could, at first, makes smaller stores withdraw.
Hong Kong held elections to its Legislative Council last Sunday.
The victims’ families filed a wrongful death suit against Consolidation and the estate of the employee they believe disabled the alarm.
City of Asylum has achieved a milestone that is good for persecuted writers, the North Side and the rest of the city.
Revelations that McLay had to resist Democratic strategists’ efforts to inject politics into his speech show how slippery a slope he was on.
The Scottish matter is tangled up with the centuries-old question of Scottish independence.
There is at least one arm of Pennsylvania government that embraces the public’s right to know. That’s the State Library.
A public policy question — at which ages should the state’s judges be required to retire? — has been overshadowed by legislative chicanery.
The Great Elephant Census reveals that the population of Africa’s savannah elephants dropped by 30 percent in seven years.
It is time to bid adieu to two fine municipal managers. Sal Sirabella has retired from Collier, and Mike Silvestri has retired from Peters.
The charismatic President Hugo Chavez died in 2013, succeeded by the notably inadequate Nicolas Maduro.