The U.S. Supreme Court has not been the only judicial body issuing big opinions
France, Kuwait and Tunisia have tightened security.
Baldwin-Whitehall didn’t make changes until recently.
Let’s hope Gov. Wolf and state Attorney General Kane can bring this nonsense to an end.
The number of overdose deaths suggests the need for a database to aid doctors in limiting patients’ access to drugs.
Burundi rejects calls to postpone today’s parliamentary elections
Despite the rhetoric between Democrats and Republicans, there is middle ground where agreements can be forged.
The 6-3 Supreme Court decision ensures the future of Obamacare.
Individuals and organizations that had advocated for the right applauded the high court’s decision as a major civil rights victory.
The mission of Rivers of Steel is connecting the area’s colonial and industrial heritage to its present and future.
The Senate approved a House-passed measure that gives the president “fast track” authority to reach trade agreements with other countries;
The U.S. test subjects in the 1940s were confined in closed chambers for hours while mustard gas was introduced.
Sunscreen on tap, is a great idea that should be replicated in public spaces all over the state.
Pittsburgh planners should be careful about fixing Golden Triangle congestion by lifting traffic rules.
A devastated Yemen needs more than humanitarian aid; it needs a negotiated end to its civil war.
A woman should replace Andrew Jackson or Ulysses Grant on the U.S. $20 or $50 bill.
UPMC leaders don’t like how the $11.4 billion enterprise is portrayed in Post-Gazette news stories, editorials and editorial cartoons.
All sides would benefit if Iran and the major powers can reach a deal on its nuclear capability.
The real defense of Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania lies in their NATO membership.
Pittsburgh has its own golden rule.
Every year, more than 6 million children under the age of 5 die of mainly preventable and treatable causes.
The Turnpike Commission must have a better use for $1.7 billion than to extend the Mon-Fay Expressway to Monroeville.
The Supreme Court sensibly allows states to reject issuing Confederate flag license plates.
A federal court ruling on a Texas law threatening abortion rights must be undone by the Supreme Court.
A bill in Harrisburg would forbid state officials and employees from accepting gifts of all kinds.
A bipartisan commission has developed a sensible formula for allocating money to the state's school districts.
Stories come in a variety of forms: books, screenplays and even in classrooms constructed by South Korean craftsmen.
People are increasingly disconnected from both civic life and each other.
It is time for Omar Bashir to be held accountable for killing 300,000 of his citizens in a war of ethnic cleansing.
High on the Carnegie museum’s list of revenue-generating reforms is a shift to more exhibits, biodiversity and evolutionary studies.
It was a mass killing in a house of God.
Federal regulators are calling for passenger trains to have two crew members in the train.
The FDA gave food manufacturers and restaurants three years to get rid of the artery cloggers for good.
House Bill 222 proposes a lifetime ban on state benefits for anyone convicted of drug dealing who was receiving benefits at the time.
When deciding how much to charge customers for car insurance, companies look at their driving records and also their credit scores.
Charged with nourishing the world’s hungry, the United Nations World Food Program appears to be starving.
The prognosis is improving for medical care at the Allegheny County Jail now that officials have turned to local professionals.
James Swartz, founding partner of global venture capital firm Accel Partners, is giving $31 million to support entrepreneurship activities.
Hispanic-Americans are an increasingly important voting bloc; politicians will be forced to recognize that, or risk losing legitimacy.
The education journal analyzed the compensation of chief executives at 220 universities and systems.
Magna Carta contained the seeds of democracy.
As if flying weren’t aggravating enough — tighter seats, less legroom, slow check-ins — now the airlines want to downsize carry-on luggage.
The president is used to being stymied by Republicans, but it was Democratic House members who blocked his bid for fast-track authority.
The governor and state Senate should reach a deal regarding appointments for leaders of the Office of Open Records and the state police.
Researchers found that graduates of a training program reported much lower sexual assault rates than those who received a brochure.
Attorney General Kathleen Kane is trying to restore order between the schoolyard bullies who dominate Western Pennsylvania health care.
The American Medical Association is right to call for public access to fracking fluid ingredients.
Washington, Pa., aids its mission; Pittsburgh Aviation transports a hobbled dog; Pennsylvania waives clearance fees for volunteers.
Braddock-based 412 Food Rescue collects food that would be tossed and distributes it to schools, shelters and home food-delivery programs.
Mr. Coleman, who died Thursday at 85, was the originator of what academics called “free jazz” but he called “harmolodics.”