In 1958, more than three-quarters of Americans trusted their government all or most of the time. Today, only 19 percent do.
Pittsburgh counts more than 300 structures in its inventory, with many of them constructed more than 70 years ago.
Allegheny County’s ice rink in South Park has been burying worn-out skates. Yes, burying them -- since the 1980s.
Pfizer, the drug-making giant, claims its $160 billion merger with Irish-based Allergan would benefit prescription drug consumers.
Thanksgiving is predictable, even ritualistic, and, compared with Christmas, far less pressure-filled.
She remains in a commanding position, but still must overcome some obstacles.
Barb Kline, at 71, is still on the job at Nied’s in Lawrenceville. What’s her secret to good health? “I drink a lot of water and I pray.”
Mr. Trump’s relationship to facts has always been tenuous. He recently “recalled” seeing Muslims in New Jersey support the 9/11 attacks.
Common sense suggests we defeat Islamic terrorism with the help of decent Muslims who want to be our friends.
Our fear is not hysterical. It is completely rational. Rhetoric that asserts the contrary is not only illogical, it is bullying.
The “East of Liberty” filmmaker expands documentary to address youth culture and violence with youth at Shuman Detention Center.
It’s time to leave the presidential race to better candidates, like Jim Gilmore.