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She’s doing a good job, despite what you read in the papers.
the longer a person goes without a repeat offense, the more likely it is that he has turned his life around permanently.
All sides in both conflicts should put humanitarian concerns ahead of political interests.
Although at this stage, the deck appears stacked against Mr. Sanders, and not just because he doesn’t have the resources of his opponents.
In response to the Post-Gazette’s endorsement of Michael Lamb for controller, I only ask the editorial board to do one thing: research.
In this recent rut they’re in, the Pirates just can’t seem to hit their way to any kind of respectable scoring output.
Just one of the candidates the Allegheny County Democratic Committee endorsed was rated “highly recommended” by the judiciary committee.
While Cleveland has indeed chosen to use large tunnels, it doesn’t follow that Alcosan and our region should make the same decision.
Crossing the street in America’s most livable city is a life-threatening experience.
Corporate experience will play better than anti-Clintonism.
He’s clear in describing the dynamics of foreign policy and military build-up in a world of dozens of competing states and sectarian groups.
America’s failure to invest in its cities and deal with race.
As a break from the ever-depressing news cycle, let us play the philosopher this week by considering Life with a capital L.
Chris Coons tries to narrow the divide between the religious and the secular.
The eight candidates for three openings on the Allegheny County Court of Common Pleas are struggling to distinguish themselves on a ballot.
A meeting of the Arctic Council in Canada’s far north last month underlined the growing importance of the region as climate change proceeds
Emission-reducing measures, including money-saving energy efficiency, can be phased in right up to 2030.
Those in Duquesne Light’s service area are already paying a small fee for the new smart meters, but the worst is yet to come.
Pennsylvania Sen. Pat Toomey is holding true to his oath of office to uphold the Constitution.
The upcoming book about the Clintons has been hyped as another “smoking gun.”
Arrests of Baltimore police demonstrate progress is being made.
State legislators feel the corrupting effects of anonymous campaign donations.
CMU design students hatch a grand boulevard plan for Smithfield Street Downtown.
The borough of Sewickley has selectively declared war on mature and healthy shade trees in favor of new concrete for curbs and sidewalks.
Voluntary restraint won’t work with the natural gas industry.
Owning a fragment of history is fun, so in 1968 Gregg Bemis became an owner of the Lusitania.
The Rev. Ricky Burgess’ opponents complain he isn’t sufficiently involved. His legislative record rebuts that claim.
In February, Gov. Tom Wolf told members of his Cabinet to find ways to reduce expenses. On Thursday, he gave them more motivation to do so.
With its fuel tank empty and NASA’s bag of tricks for keeping it aloft exhausted, the Messenger succumbed to Mercury’s gravitational grip.
New and innovative technologies have made it possible to access natural gas from shale formations thousands of feet below ground.
No thanks to CMU, poker with computers somehow doesn’t sound like as much fun.
It’s a good problem to have: our vibrant city has overlapping festive events. Keeping Pirates fireworks from disrupting PSO can be done.
I spoke at a public hearing to report on mounting peer-reviewed research pertaining to unconventional gas drilling.
What does the GOP want to do for our country?
Most of Tony Norman’s columns irritate me to the extent that I many times refuse to read them. But his recent column was spot-on.
If you think democracy is something America needs only occasionally, you can complain about the endless presidential election.
We are very lucky in Allegheny County to have seen a surge in new restaurants and an emerging “foodie culture” that rivals larger cities.
We had our pick of three local mom-and-pop stores to frequent if we ran out of lunch meat, bread or milk.
Vladimir Slepak helped lead his people to freedom, and he paid the price.
Think of mental illness as cancer; it is a disease, and it can kill.
On May 19, Pennsylvania voters will nominate candidates for a host of offices, but none higher than the state Supreme Court.
Republican voters have the same challenge in the May 19 primary as Democrats: Pick three nominees for Supreme Court from six candidates.
Veterans commit suicide because not living is better than living and our policies have made their lives that way.
His community has rallied around him, his team has supported him, his parents have even leaned on Luke Blanock as he fights Ewing’s Sarcoma.
Twenty-five years ago, the Americans with Disabilities Act began to transform the lives of millions and the minds of millions more
The strategy that would be removed from National League play is not worth whatever uptick in offense adding the DH might provide.
Before Kraft became Kraft, its name was National Dairy Products Corp. One of the millionaires it created was Pittsburgh’s Edward E. Rieck.
Tom Wolf isn’t trying to set up a union; he’s trying to help Pennsylvania’s elderly and disabled citizens
The Supreme Court issues a lauded ruling barely worth lauding.
I wish everyone could read Dan Simpson’s April 29 column, “Please, No New Wars.”