It is quite evident the Democratic Party was handed a complete denunciation of its mantra.
Trumpism seems to violate that spirit in its spokesperson’s rhetoric and political appointments.
In response to Joanne Kosar’s Nov. 30 letter (“Disgraceful Behavior”): Please spare me your self-righteous indignation.
Charity becomes toxic when it’s maybe more about what makes the giver feel good than about what truly helps the recipient.
Would confirming Gen. Mattis, a retired four-star general, endanger the nation’s founding tradition of civilian control of the military?
Where are the Republicans when the leader of their party speaks so dismissively toward our principles of freedom?
A French court has demonstrated how “inappropriate” can be an all-purpose device of intellectual evasion and moral cowardice.
Why would the Port Authority spend $120 million to $140 million to build expensive infrastructure to service natural-gas-fueled buses?
The behavior of those who disposed of his nomination stands in sharp contrast to his own record and reputation as a nonideological judge.
The new federal education law gives states more latitude in deciding how to gauge school performance.
For many years manufacturing executives have claimed that there is a “labor gap” in manufacturing jobs.
The cleanup is one project covered by a $10,000 grant from Lowe’s.
Even when big diesel-gulping trucks pick up leaves and stuff, both planet and city coffers are winners.
I have lived in Mt. Lebanon for over 50 years and I cannot believe what we have become.
Looking to the Legislature for solutions to problems created by the same bunch seems an exercise in futility.
I know from experience the Republican Party has never done anything for any union.
For a piece of art created during the Bronze Age, it looks curiously familiar ...
The half-island nation of 11 million is cursed by poverty, a shortage of resources, and years of bad, contested governments.
Jill Stein is filing for recounts, but it’s too late for her to help Hillary Clinton.
Islamist violence is being downplayed by Democrats and media.
Dec. 7, 1941, is a date that lives not only in infamy, but also in the lives of us all.
If we are going to hand businesses a pile of cash through these policy changes, isn’t it fair to increase the minimum wage also?
Hundreds of state employees shouldn’t have to worry about being laid off this holiday season.
A government that operates ethically, fairly and openly will attract the human and financial capital that make other improvements possible.
Let’s give Forest Hills and the Atom Smasher and all that it represents the honored place in history that it deserves.
Pretty worried. President Trump will be able to follow through on a number of his campaign promises without congressional action.
The world is migrating to the internet, where countries don’t rule, companies do.
How has Pittsburgh changed? Let a retired investment manager count the ways.
A low-flying and loud propeller plane circling a city to celebrate an Air Force navigator’s retirement was bad judgment.
I hope that anyone who does business with PNC will let the bank know that he or she objects to this project and the abuse it represents.
With millions of lovely dogs being euthanized in this country daily, we cannot afford to continue supporting such a barbaric industry.
You were on the wild side, she says after half / a century and, Remind me, what’s your name, again? ...
He knew almost everything, could fix almost everything, and led the way on great adventures.
A president has an obligation to govern within the bounds of the Constitution. He is not a king.
Millions of Trump voters stand to lose their health insurance coverage.
Repose presupposes a fantasy world in which stability is self-sustaining without the United States. It is not. We would incur chaos.
It is important for influential voices like Alwaleed bin Talal to continue to challenge Saudi Arabia’s self-defeating social orthodoxy.
Now is the time to invest and advance innovation; technology will continue to move forward even as environmental policy moves backward.
Thundu Sherpa was a giant figure among the climbers of Everest.
My America believes in protecting those in the minority.
Picture his hand on the red button.
Personality flaws in a leader don’t necessarily prevent honorable goals from being executed.
The national consensus in 1955 was that racism and segregation were reasonable, practical and even sanctified by God. Rosa Parks said, No.
Mr. Trump, if you’re going to look at health care, don’t just look at an errant shoot. Pull the miserable plant up by the root and figure
Congress should make sure retired miners continue to receive their health care and pension benefits.
How many times do House Democrats have to lose before they figure out that Nancy Pelosi is not the winning ticket?
One word by Mr. Putin about relations with the United States stood out: “equality.”
One of the most successful aspects of the Affordable Care Act was the provision of states to expand Medicaid.
Labor laws should protect the low-level pros.
Straddling L.A. and Pittsburgh, I can tell you that we are all in this together.