Word Salad — You folks may have heard some women claim that I’ve said and done certain things. Well, BUH-LIEVE ME, they’re lying.
PG readers should listen to or read Hillary Clinton’s Women in the World Summit speech to learn the full context of her views.
Clear away the rhetorical smoke of the campaign, look at the candidates’ actions, and the choice should be clear.
I am 7 years old. I think grown-ups should vote for the ones supporting nature.
The case against Hillary Clinton could have been written before the recent WikiLeaks and FBI disclosures.
Hillary Clinton is a formidable candidate.
Pittsburgh City Council members should have better things to do than talk about penalizing each other for being too open.
‘Heart dogs’ have a way of knowing where they are needed most.
Maybe it is time to review the ordeal imposed upon the new, potential concert attendee.
I’ll vote blue, but I have to admire these Trump supporters.
Two recent reports are sure to give parents pause when it comes to their children’s participation in sports.
Each morning I look in the mirror to see / a rumpled old woman who peers out at me ...
The PSO needs to expand the types of music and the variety of concerts and market to younger generations.
Pushing emotional hot buttons to elicit responses are really only platitudes and pompous declarations.
The media have attempted to tear Trump’s life into shreds.
Facebook is a good place to keep up with friends, but when it comes to getting news, it can’t substitute for the judgment of professionals.
Our descendants will want to grasp Trump’s renunciation of constitutional consensus during what historians will refer to as The Third
The last presidential debate of 2016 all boiled down to ... democracy.
So-called flexible pricing will stick consumers with higher prices.
A solution is on the table in Harrisburg, and it’s time to get it done.
Congress passed a law requiring that states include certain security features on driver’s licenses.
Why are we always focusing on the behavior of the police and not on the behavior of the people who are allegedly breaking the law?
Stop fighting against the very musicians who make the Pittsburgh Symphony the world-class orchestra it is today.
Our political system has been upended, but has it been fundamentally altered?
I believe the media are failing the American people by reporting only on the candidates of the two major parties.
The things he has said are unbefitting of someone who wants to be president.
I am not voting for my pastor but for my president.
When he attacks those who disagree with him using cruel and juvenile insults, he is sending a dangerous message to America’s children.
Five guys are placing a plate in a North Shore parking lot, marking where Honus Wagner faced down Cy Young in the first World Series
The growing Pittsburgh Pickle Co. is running out of space, forcing the owners to seek larger quarters.
American steel-makers have been forced to lay off nearly 16,000 workers since January 2015, due to a surge in dumped and subsidized imports.
Forces trained and equipped by the U.S. are finding themselves increasingly challenged by the Taliban outside the capital, Kabul.
The not-yet-committed, in search of radical change, may fall his way.
Dan Gilman wants PWSA to send customers alerts when it notices spikes in water use that could indicate a leaky toilet, pipe or service line.
Academe is a place where students should be challenged, not coddled.
I urge the State System of Higher Education to treat our professors as the treasure they are and negotiate in good faith.
Most students are inadequately hydrated, so schools must step up as Pittsburgh has.
Children who are aborted have zero chance to reach their God-given potential, and Ms. Clinton knows that.
So much of what Donald Trump and Mike Pence stand for is completely contrary to Catholic social teaching.
A presidential candidate now feels free to make racist remarks hidden in condescending speeches to black voters.
Keystone countries — the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Ethiopia and South Africa — may join the list of nations in chaos.
Police should be rewarded when they de-escalate a confrontation and avoid violence.
It’s not the food that helps these troubled kids.
Joe Regoli, who died last week at 69, did not fit smoothly into this world. Yet everyone who knew him felt a certain connection.
Americans have not yet been told why American lives have been put at risk and other assets committed to this largely symbolic effort.
After leaving office, Mr. Obama will team up with former Attorney General Eric Holder to lead Democrats in a fight against gerrymandering.
The federal government’s program to eradicate marijuana plants is what should be eradicated.
This crucially important issue has not even been raised by the moderators.
The island nation needs year-round support building its infrastructure and enhancing its public services.
Covering North Dakota pipeline protests, veteran journalist Amy Goodman was threatened with “riot” by a renegade prosecutor. Take notice.