Every once in a while, Americans look to nonpoliticians to transform our political system.
Make sure workers are paid fairly and kept safe on the job site, urges union leader.
The U.S. attorney is committing his office’s resources to complex investigations and could use an assist from Washington.
The Ohio River, already the most polluted river in the United States, oozes with a toxic new menace.
The photographer and videographer joins celebrated company as the latest regional artist to receive a “genius” grant for her body of work.
The shootings on Thursday in Oregon are the latest demonstration of the effects of the dysfunction of our federal government.
Because they can. It’s time that the U.S. moves to stop price-gouging by the pharmaceutical industry.
Statewide reform is needed.
The fact is, we don’t know as much as we think we do about the effectiveness of preschool.
Candidates are caving in to union pressure to repeal a provision that holds down health care costs.
We are the victims of a Congress that explicitly blocks any efforts to control the circulation of military-style firearms.
This is no way to live; changes to stop gun violence must start with all of us.
If those of us who own guns don’t immediately agree with making changes, we are accused of being savages.
At 102, former Fallingwater chef Elsie Henderson keeps busy with friends and relives her adventures with the Kaufmanns.
What did your daddy do in The War? That’s a question we baby boom boys often asked in grade school but which rarely comes up anymore.
I’m getting it, as should more Americans.
What a delightful start to a Buctober morning to see an above-the-fold Page 1 article featuring our beloved Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra.
Many Steelers fans take a Super Bowl-or-bust approach to each season, and it’s time that thinking applies to the Pirates.
Dear Pennsylvanians: Out here in Arizona, you can buy wine, beer and liquor just about everywhere, even at the local CVS.
Emboldened by multiple firearms, a man who rarely emerged from his home walked into a classroom, killed nine people and injured seven.
September job figures released by the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics Friday were depressing.
Wayne LaPierre should have to go to the community in which the shooting happened and stand in front of the parents of the lost loved ones.
I would like to deliver a call-out to all the cowards who pretend to represent their constituents but in reality kowtow to the NRA.
Allowing guns only for the military and police and not selling guns and ammunition to the public would turn our country into a police state.
This is a decision he should not be allowed to make without the consent of the voters and taxpayers of the city of Pittsburgh.
Boehner and Co. set back the economic recovery.
Sired in an iron ore mountain, / cradled in a Bessemer furnace on the Mon, / soothed by roaring flames, Joe Magarac grew ...
President Barack Obama has, once again, been totally outmaneuvered by Vladimir Putin.
He was always writing something “good lately.”
Let me tell you some good news you may not have heard.
How do employees manage to give themselves cushy new jobs yet keep their paychecks coming from a position with greater responsibility?
The quest of the estimated 12 million Palestinians for an independent state pursued its usual stuttering course at the United Nations.
Unhealthy, government-subsidized school lunches have damaged students’ health rather than promoted it.
I am torn between pulling my financial support to protest the cuts and continuing my sustaining membership to support what little is left.
Burgess proposal would help address Pittsburgh’s history of quiet racism.
Becoming “multimedia” has destroyed our once healthy radio station.
I was shocked and dismayed by the Sept. 19 article “General Says Bergdahl Doesn’t Deserve Jail.”
Donald Trump’s talk about withdrawing from the North American Free Trade Agreement might not be wishful thinking.
The Steelers 23-20 loss Thursday night shows that they face a tough future without injured Ben Roethlisberger.
Some poor execution and decision making late in the game doomed the Steelers to a crushing loss against the Ravens.
When you are looking to purchase American-made items, you may not be very successful.
Netanyahu’s disrespect for an American president is unprecedented.
Putin takes action while Obama parses words.
The problem of “surprise” medical bills has come to the attention of the state Insurance Department.
It is important to remain aware of ticking bombs in Africa, specifically in Burkina Faso, Somalia, South Sudan and West Africa.
A Governors Highway Safety report found that drivers are almost as likely to be high on pot or pills as they are to be drunk on alcohol.
The Gospel, the reign of God, has direct and unavoidable political implications involving caring for people and the environment.
They warn the common people about “climate change” horrors while flying around the world in carbon-spewing jets.
I felt he humbly delivered a simple message of profound love and respect for all human beings to people of all faiths.
The court seems to be assuming that the Pennsylvania attorney general is guilty without a trial.