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Netanyahu trashes our president and offers no useful ideas.
The more significant returns will come in shortly, with the Israeli elections and the fate of the draft Iranian accord later this month.
The Legislature is poised to make improvements to the law and must not undercut openness by using careless and imprecise language.
With cybercrime growing as cash transactions decline, brave new security measures are necessary.
I was surprised and disappointed by your editorial “Wolf’s Call: His Unrealistic Budget Will Undermine Cooperation” (March 4).
Tom Wolf wants more than 40 items and services taxed for the first time and wants to raise the personal income tax by 20 percent.
The wealthiest districts spend $1,800 more per student than the lower-income districts, resulting in higher achievement levels.
It would be a way to help communities cure their funding woes.
The same city car that follows the street sweeper in spring and summer should ticket for unshoveled walks in winter.
Liberals have become progressives, and global warming has become climate change.
The safety has not announced his retirement, keeping alive the idea he might play in 2015 — with or without the Steelers.
It’s one of the best ways for cities to address poverty and unemployment.
A big threat to Pennsylvanians’ taxes is already there, from the nonprofit sector.
I have grown weary reading about the downtrodden Palestinians, suffering under Israeli rule. The Palestinians control their own fate.
Lois Lerner & Co. have abused power to help Obama.
Congress clearly intended to make health insurance affordable on all exchanges.
Mr. Wolf’s proposed increases and cuts are so closely intertwined that they suggest a “take it or leave it” stance that is self-defeating.
Hillary Clinton was wrong to have used a personal email account, instead of the Department of State system, to conduct government business.
Few political issues draw support from sponsors as diverse as the liberal Center for American Progress and the libertarian Koch brothers.
Christopher K. Mellon’s Perspectives piece shows an antagonistic position toward the Israeli prime minister.
Watching its programs would provide a real eye-opener to the effectiveness or lack of effectiveness of our federal government.
The Education Law Center works with students and parents to battle high rates of suspensions alongside community leaders.
The Feb. 25 editorial “A Place to Learn: Student Suspension Has a Role in Keeping Order” highlights an important issue but comes to the
Panthers senior guard Cameron Wright is a standout off the court, too, excelling in the classroom all five years at Pitt.
Boilermakers Local 154 is effectively stripping these street kids of any excuse that they can’t make something of themselves.
As some gray-haired readers will recognize, the loneliness of the long-distance grandparent is rooted in a sad fact.
Neither political party is offering a strong field of candidates
Pittsburgh had its own march and its own bridge to cross.
The likely suspects probably thought they were helping Putin, but they weren’t.
The House of Representatives will think about funding the Department of Homeland Security for another week.
North Korea fired two short-range missiles into the Sea of Japan Monday, the day that U.S.-South Korean military exercises began.
Judges in most criminal trials have flexibility in sentencing.
Suspensions in the public school system disproportionately impact people of color and young men.
Suspensions are not only used when students are “defiant, belligerent or violent.”
The penned slaughter planned for the deer is no more appropriate as a population control measure than war.
The PA Game Commission recommends a healthy deer population at under five head per square mile.
After slumping in February, the power play has scored at least one goal in the past four games, a good harbinger for the playoffs.
The take-no-prisoners Republican right continues to torture John Boehner.
The Supreme Court will hear oral arguments Wednesday about whether the Obama administration used the IRS to deliver health insurance
Relationships between the police and African-American communities need to go beyond conversations and marches.
All energy sources, including nuclear, receive tax incentives.
U.S. leaders should take the prime minister’s advice with a large grain of salt.
The United States bears a disproportionate share of NATO’s cost -- an old problem that is getting worse rather than better.
Free rides have been fundamental to the success of the North Shore Connector, and it looks like they will continue.
Leonard Nimoy, the actor who made Mr. Spock, the half-human, half-Vulcan science officer on “Star Trek” a household name, was an icon.
I’m amazed that some people are OK with a leader from another country injecting himself and his opinion into American politics.
Last week, I referred to “the lunatic left,” which some interpreted as the entire left-wing, rather than those who persist in angry slander.
It’s March. While you have been hibernating, the world has been marching on. Get up to speed, right here:
I have seen small towns revived, residents provided with new, family-sustaining jobs, farms and fracking coexisting and more.
In this secular world today, people of faith are continually ridiculed if they believe in a Creator God.