The ICA board has chosen a low-key, straight-talking and able administrator, exactly the profile of the person needed to ”right the ship.”
There were America’s celebrities — the country’s cross-fertilized power politics and show business worlds.
The discovery of the 100-pound skull and neck fossil has expanded humanity’s understanding of the long-necked, long-tailed dinosaur.
Last October, a U.S. Air Force AC-130 gunship shelled a hospital operated by Doctors Without Borders in Afghanistan for nearly 30 minutes.
The handling of Allegheny County’s illegal operation of a Downtown parking lot sends a bad message to citizens.
A union of the two organizations portends better care of a vulnerable group: homeless women with substance abuse and mental health issues.
The EU member state shows signs of tension-easing. The world could use a win, in the face of stalemated conflicts around the globe.
Consumers should be willing to pay a bit more to ensure that animals are treated humanely and the products they produce are healthy.
As the region rebuilds after industry’s collapse, the role that foundations have played cannot be underestimated.
For 37 years, Harold Hayes defined the role of a professional, no-nonsense broadcast journalist, with good humor and grace.
The systemic failure is an indictment of our dysfunctional national government, averting its gaze while infrastructure decays.
As Pittsburgh continues its resurgence, soaring property values have the potential to force out longtime residents of meager means.
What American president would not put America first in determining U.S. foreign policy?
Israel appears to be trying to take advantage of the current weakness of Syria to legitimize its occupation of the Golan Heights.
Cleveland’s proposed settlement with the family of Tamir Rice is a reminder that its Police Division needs to get its house in order.
That Prince was a great musician is indisputable. That he also performed great deeds was not so well known.
Thanks to a federal appeals court panel, Tom Brady will serve the four-game suspension imposed on him by the NFL 15 months ago.
President Barack Obama announced Monday that the U.S. would be raising its special forces troop level in Syria to 300 from 50.
Michael Robinson’s lawyers were seeking to overturn a decision denying him information about a computer program to link his DNA to the case.
The impending loss of 78 Kmart and Sears stores is another blow for the average consumer.
The diorama “Arab Courier Attacked by Lions” has been fascinating children and adults alike for generations. Now more will chance upon it.
Egypt’s precariously perched president, Abdel-Fattah el-Sissi, put his position further at risk earlier this month.
As the U.S. Department of Defense goes in quest of a larger piece of the overall budget, its claims of threats to America’s security grow.
Wilson’s childhood home is worth saving as a cultural touchstone and place for writers and artists to find inspiration.
A federal investigation into the state’s treatment of mentally ill prisoners has ended amid important change, but questions linger.
Sestak for Senate. In state AG race, Zappala for Dems, Rafferty for GOP. Doyle for Congress. Wheatley, Gainey and Szpara in state House.
The Pentagon tried to undercut a bill that would strip commanders of authority to decide which sexual assault complaints go to trial.
Three government employees in Michigan were arraigned on charges in connection with the Flint water crisis. The problem is deeper.
True, it isn’t the Penguins’ fault that U.S. Steel backed out. But let’s hope there won’t be a third delay.
President Obama completed a visit to Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, where he met with the leaders of the members of the Gulf Cooperation Council.
PA voters will be asked a ballot question: “Shall the Pennsylvania Constitution be amended to abolish the Philadelphia Traffic Court?
Mayor Bill Peduto has ordered a temporary halt to the city’s appeal of about 1,300 assessments.
Joe Szpara and former Rep. Jesse White are vying for the chance to run against Republican incumbent Jason Ortitay in November.
Libya now has three governments; President Obama admits it was his “worst mistake” not to foresee the aftermath of U.S. intervention there.
Pittsburgh’s Citizen Police Review Board should conduct an investigation into a police officer’s shoving of a Tribune-Review reporter.
Alexander Hamilton’s perch on the $10 bill was previously threatened. Instead Andrew Jackson has been given the boot.
The banks that failed the testing have until Oct. 1 to clean up their acts. Failure to do so should entail for them severe penalties.
The Center for Coalfield Justice and the Sierra Club are asking whether Range Resources has avoided siting wells near wealthier homeowners.
A high percentage of Brazilians have lost faith in President Rousseff, but the charges against her are flimsy.
The Stanwix building’s new owner wants to move the steel artwork, or maybe even sell it. Art lovers and commerce needs can be resolved.
The Caregiver Advise, Record and Enable Act is a common-sense way to make sure patients stay healthy after being in the hospital.
In June 2013, a drunken Ethan Couch of Fort Worth, Texas, plowed his pickup truck into a group of people.
McCaffery Interests plans to put retail, offices and live-work apartments in a building once the locus of the wholesale produce trade here.
He developed a procedure to combat trigeminal neuralgia, eliminating spasms and severe pain affecting the face, eyes and ears.
As a lawmaker, John Rafferty Jr. has been a go-to guy on new legislation on law enforcement, where he has credibility and experience.
Mr. Zappala, 58, Allegheny County’s district attorney for 18 years, would restore the core mission of the office: enforcing the law.
High-ranking people from China, Iceland, Russia, Pakistan and Britain have been outed as tax cheats, but so far no Americans.
Last week the 7-year-old space probe put itself into emergency mode. NASA worked feverishly to stabilize it and recalibrate its systems.
A series of candidate endorsements for contested nominations in the April 26 primary.
Jake Wheatley Jr. in the 19th District and Ed Gainey in the 24th District, have earned the Post-Gazette endorsement for nomination.