The history of the United States is populated with the leaders who’ve occasionally disobeyed rules but acted in the collective interest.
They could post their actions through social media to keep voters informed. I would welcome that type of email.
Goalie Marc-Andre Fleury has taken everything that has happened since his second concussion in stride; some good karma could be waiting.
Academic research and recent history show that newly elected presidents try to hew closely to their campaign commitments.
June 23, 2016, could become a date as luminous in modern British history as May 3, 1979, when voters made Margaret Thatcher prime minister.
Meet your one-woman Penguins luck machine.
Manufacturers have serious concerns related to the long-term implications of pharmaceutical pricing transparency proposals.
Sculptor Wayne Ferree recasting and installing heads of statue Fame and eagle eight years after they were struck by lightning.
All citizens have an obligation to do more than eat hot dogs and potato salad on this sacred day.
Here’s the irony of Donald Trump’s immigrant-bashing, free-trade-averse, make-us-great-again nationalism: It is a European import.
Negative ads are designed to suppress voter turnout as much as they are to persuade voters to support one candidate over another.
The case for letting in more of Syria’s displaced refugees is both a moral and strategic one.
After being benched early in the Tampa Bay series the defenseman regained his status as one of the team’s most trusted blue liners.
Teacher evaluations already have consequences, so why would we need HB 805?
The current teacher layoff system may not be perfect, but the Republican-proposed merit system relying on evaluations is not the answer.
Why doesn’t anyone complain about noise pollution? It is the great neglected problem of our time.
Our species sadly has not been wired to be kind and gentle. Evil, unimaginable cruelty and constant perpetual violence permeate our record.
Casualties of war aren’t limited to those who die in battle and on Monday, one such man along with his crewmates, will be honored.
Pittsburgh tops this year’s “Best Markets for College Grads” list, presented by Trulia and LinkedIn.
The Taliban on Wednesday named a new leader and two deputies to succeed Mullah Akhtar Mohammed Mansour.
This election will be among the angriest ever but will have little ideological content.
Sweeping economic forces are putting cabbies and coal miners out of work. We must do more to keep them on their feet.
Natural gas prices are falling, to the benefit of consumers, our nation and the environment, yet critics of fracking refuse to face facts.
Stiff filing fees in Allgeheny County mean many parents with little money cannot bring child-custody cases.
We commend the PG for the series “Overdosed” focusing attention on the misuse of opioid pain medication.
It is time for Mr. Miles to settle his federal civil-rights lawsuit against Pittsburgh police officers and move on with his life.
The federal budget deficit has shrunk steadily since 2009. After peaking at 9.8 percent of gross national product in 2009 during the
Growing up in Johnstown, all my life I’ve been hearing stories of water and resilience.
Each Memorial Day, Mary Pero recalls her brother’s role in a famous flag-raising at Iwo Jima, writes Bill Zlatos.
The answers we seek lie within ourselves, and not while kneeling over a church pew.
On Mother’s Day, I made my drive to the city of Duquesne to visit the grave of my parents at the old Holy Name Cemetery.
The great Trump overload. It’s a relentless onslaught of absurdity.
Business leaders don’t necessarily understand the economy.
He holds one child over his left shoulder / and cradles an infant in his right arm. / The ocean crests at his chest ...
The names have been changed to protect the truly nice.
Veteran LW great fit with Evgeni Malkin and Brian Rust, and the line’s performance against Tampa Bay proved it.
How do you distinguish a foreign policy “idealist” from a “realist,” an optimist from a pessimist?
Mr. Quigley was not “overregulating” the oil and gas industry; he was simply enforcing the present rules that protect our air and water.
NATO’s invitation to Montenegro makes little more sense for the United States than to put U.S. forces in Libya and Yemen.
It’s going to take more than the removal of Kelly Hoggan as head of security operations for TSA to resolve the long security lines.
The Pittsburgh Marathon was about to kill me when a stranger showed up and said ... hey, it looks like you could use someone to run with.
The Penguins’ first Game 7 victory at home ice comes at a pivotal time as they reach the Stanley Cup Final for the first time since 2009.
Where is the remaining money?
These poor animals live a terrible life, and when the circus is done with them, who knows where they end up?
Don’t these same laws protect all animals?
Riddle me this: Would a President Trump take his promised action to ban a Muslim convert to Christianity from visiting the U.S. of A?
It is beyond contempt that a politician would use a family tragedy to further his candidacy, but such is the character of Donald Trump.
The Vietnam War is not something that can be “relatively quickly left behind,” as Ben Rhodes, deputy national security adviser, believes.
Summer is upon us, and we are facing important travel decisions. Such as who to blame when we get stuck in interminable airport lines.
The Office of Inspector General report on email practices does not derail Hillary Clinton’s bid, but shows her habits of skirting rules.