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Sure it's only one setback in a seven-game series, but the Penguins looked far from a great team Saturday night against the Blue Jackets.
Science has shown that fish can suffer fear and pain. Catch-and-release fishing is also extremely harmful to fish.
Let’s do it! Where do I sign up and where do I send my check?
Preschool education reduces the achievement gap that appears in later schooling, and effective preschool programs nurture students’
Allegheny County can be a leader in solving the energy crisis, but I believe that resource is available above the ground.
Facts that speak for themselves.
Gen. Matthew Ridgway famously wrote that the “primary purpose of an army [is] to be ready to fight effectively at all times.”
Once the public has a chance to see what liquidator for the August Wilson Center has evaluated, the consensus she seeks just may develop.
Sex ed’s too late, Sky’s the limit, Sky’s the limit, Bye, bye beards? and Elect me, I’m a crook!!
EASTER for Christians is about the resurrection; WEARING your Sunday best; CRIME TAKES a different form on the mean streets of Shadyside
Anti-Semitism still runs through American society, laments columnist FRANK BRUNI.
School administrators need to create a safe environment by assessing student behavior in context and dealing with students’ concerns.
The incident at Franklin Regional High School is an instance of unexplainable violence.
The article “Tap the Gas Under Deer Lakes” glosses over one area that scares me: the chemicals.
Here’s a question for the digital age: Did all those readers actually read my story on scanning and skimming our way through the Internet?
Pittsburgh must close one of the largest gender pay gaps in the U.S.
Pennsylvania needs legislation to promote quicker action in emergencies, argue law professor SCOTT BURRIS and drug specialist ALICE BELL
We looked for laughs in the West Bank and found quite a few, report journalist JOEL WARNER and professor PETER McGRAW.
Only powerful nations used to go into space, now it’s becoming a place for do-it-yourselfers, explains writer ZACH ROSENBERG.
I wish East Liberty could be more like it used to be, while also being much like it is, writes journalist DAMON YOUNG
Demographics, personalities and various issues matter, but health care may be the big player
Kris Letang was criticized by coach Dan Bylsma for his play Wednesday night, and the defenseman acknowledged he made a lot of mistakes.
The debate over campaign contributions is never-ending for a simple reason: Both sides of the argument have merit.
It is so amazing to me that one of PG columnist Ruth Ann Dailey’s complaints about the passing of the Affordable Care Act is the lack of
I was going to write this letter the day of the knife attack at Franklin Regional High School but never got around to it. I absolutely knew
At a time when it is difficult to track or react to all traumas occurring throughout the world each day, all of Pittsburgh can be proud of
I find U.S. Sen. Pat Toomey’s recent attempt to cut back on tax credits for all alternative energy sources concerning because I think he
In the Post-Gazette’s April 10 issue, letter writer Ellen Garbuny’s comment about haiku (“Haiku ‘How To’ ”) is correct.
You think you are safe because it’s April, but don’t forget the prairie blizzards over a hundred years ago.
I swore off books until I found this nook
We’re giving huge sums to the financial industry while receiving little or nothing in return.
Al Donalson, a.k.a. Al Don, was an irreverent and beloved news editor for The Pittsburgh Press and the Post-Gazette for nearly 30 years.
In politics as in roulette, it is not advisable to place all your bets on one number.
If you build it, they will come — but it would be better if they could come on foot.
Switching mobile phone carriers turns out to be more troublesome than any man should expect.
I found the information regarding the pilot program that was initiated at three schools to be very exciting.
The Supreme Court has recently given its blessing to big-money contributions to candidates as part of free speech.
I think President Bush should be painting some of the wounded soldiers with whom he now rides bicycles.
Over the years, AmeriCorps has impacted the lives of many thousands of people through its work.
Penguins goalie Marc-Andre Fleury handled the spotlight Wednesday night, but the pressure isn't not going away anytime soon.
It’s nice the president has noticed Pittsburgh’s revival. It’s welcome that CCAC’s efforts are recognized. It’s all good except what isn’t.
Let’s take a few minutes to look at the bright side of the apocalypse.
All-natural sugar consumption has been going down and has little to do with America's obesity epidemic.
Republicans are fine at diagnosing social problems, but their prescriptions don't work.
Either the U.S. takes the region’s 26 countries for granted or it prefers to obsess about the Middle East, China or now Russia and Ukraine.
All the major Democratic candidates for governor are claiming a tax on drilling companies will net hundreds of millions of dollars in taxes.
For the past couple of years we have had to deal with the health care battle between UPMC and Highmark to the dismay of our residents.
Not everyone believes Allegheny County should let Range Resources drill for natural gas under Deer Lakes Park in Frazer and West Deer.
Compared to recent playoffs, first-round opener looked and felt very different from its immediate predecessors.
Eaglets have a tough time growing up together, we imagine, considering where they're headed.