Swimming while covered is about fitting in, not standing out.
They just pass them on to the customer. So remember that when politicians make promises ...
It’s time people start taking responsibility for their families and not expect hardworking people or senior citizens to carry them.
The NFL quarterback who says he won’t stand for “The Star-Spangled Banner” is putting his money where his mouth is.
It’s possible that the San Francisco quarterback’s protest will make it easier for the 49ers to cut him.
Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump both need to reveal more about the medical histories.
How many more times must this happen before local officials take immediate, significant steps to improve the safety of that corridor?
Colombia celebrates peace as the horrors continue in Syria.
South Korea and the United States began on Monday their annual joint military exercises, “Ulchi Freedom Guardian.” Pyongyang noticed.
Has the letter writer never heard of the Fight for $15 movement to raise the minimum wage?
Sorry, Jerry Falwell Jr.: Churchill generally told it “how it was” — “blood, toil, tears and sweat” springs to mind.
Jerry Falwell Jr. claims that voting for Donald Trump “is a vote to rebuild America’s respect overseas.”
I got a chuckle from reading about how Jerry Falwell Jr. loves all the Trumps and spoke on his behalf at the Republican convention.
The Post-Gazette admirably discharges its obligation to print diverse opinions, but Jerry Falwell Jr.’s piece did not serve readers well.
I didn’t think I could be more appalled than I was about the federal lawsuit filed by the Penn State University sorority sister recently.
For now, relatively modest reforms combined with reasonable tax increases would set the country on a much better path.
Electronic files cross borders instantaneously, so it makes no sense to allow the government to search phones or computers at the border.
Maybe the answer to high medical cost is “Medicare for All.”
The May 22 birth of a Guam kingfisher at the North Side habitat for birds was followed by a second, from other parents, on July 10.
In town for The Three Day Blow, Bryant Terry makes side trip to Homewood library to treat people to tofu curry mustard greens.
Stephen Bannon basically said my church was in the business of supporting illegal immigration so that it could pad its numbers.
In the PG’s zeal to advocate for and applaud judicial reform, it seems to have reduced the victim to a mere footnote.
Is prison nutrition that bad? The Justice Department should investigate.
The Pittsburgh Cultural Trust should be careful not to upset the refined, relaxed atmosphere that helps to draw patrons to performances.
At the International Village festival, the culture clashes were a joy to behold.
Kelly Beatty wrote a “An Open Letter to EpiPen CEO Heather Bresch from the Mom of a Son with Life-Threatening Allergies” for xoJane.com.
If you’ve found your school property taxes soaring in recent years, what follows are three of the reasons why.
Believe it or not, says Betsey Stevenson, but women are doing better by all measures.
We cannot further delay fixing our archaic wastewater infrastructure, says the president and CEO of Consol Energy Inc.
Zika is just the first front in the 21st-century biowar, says former military leader.
An intensive course on Asian religions opened up a whole new world for this cultural Christian.
The Rev. Randy Bush calls on people of faith to grow with the advances in science, which let us peer into “miraculous workings.”
Free-market economics leads to exorbitant prices for lifesaving products, a result we should find completely unacceptable.
It’s difficult to believe that the right to choose would be the moral line justifying a vote for the amoral, ignorant and dangerous Trump.
PG columnist Jack Kelly takes any every opportunity to trash the Clintons. However, he should be required to use statements that are true.
Beginning this season, the NFL will “streamline,” its injury reports.
The state has established a database for doctors and other medical professionals to consult before writing prescriptions for narcotics.
The United States should be delighted to see this long, bloody war end, if it does.
My recent visit to the Flight 93 Memorial was a time to reflect on the courageous spirit of Americans in the face of terror and danger.
For the past few days we have heard plenty from all sides about the increase in price for EpiPen.
Outlets serve as mouthpieces for the left and the right.
No doubt, this is a strange election. But it still fits into a familiar pattern.
I was stunned to learn in Peter Smith’s excellent, in-depth article last Sunday that half of Pennsylvania’s Catholics intend to vote Trump.
The vetting of Mr. Trump is paltry at best, aside from the lurid headlines.
Blame for the obviously inadequate parking facility is at least partially Amtrak’s.
By diverting public money for personal use, Nicholas Trombetta hurt the charter school movement he helped to create.
Two new studies highlight just how dangerous — and costly — it is to be inactive.
When Donald Trump portrays America’s cities as hellholes of runaway crime and social collapse, what on earth is he talking about?
The bright line seems to be outright bribery. Anything short of that is considered — for everyone — acceptable corruption.
Giving IV antibiotics at home helps insurance companies, not the patient, when it comes to cost.