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Both candidates have solid credentials, but Todd Eagen’s predisposition to a specific class of petitioners should cause voters concern.
The foundation said Thursday it would no longer take donations from many countries, just a few. (Australia’s OK, Qatar is not.)
Sixty-eight make kidney donation work, Rep. Jordan Harris wants later bar closings and Pittsburgh Water and Sewer customers get more help.
Former Steelers lineman Chukky Okobi has a large tent on the property that he would like to continue offering for social events.
She got a one-week suspension for an offense -- hurling insults at a towing company clerk -- that demands stiffer punishment.
RadioShack in its recent bankruptcy filings listed customer information among its assets up for auction.
Because there is no Republican on the ballot, the winner of next month’s primary is all but assured election.
A reserve deputy in Tulsa County was charged with second-degree manslaughter in the shooting death of a suspected illegal gun dealer.
The Post-Gazette endorses Deb Gross for the Democratic nomination.
Belgium’s ambassador to the U.S., Johan Verbeke, in a visit Tuesday refused to apply “declinism” to Europe, the U.S. or their relations.
The heroic efforts to protect him, including a fundraising drive to pay for armed guards, are tragically necessary.
When 10 Democratic mayors complain that the Legislature isn’t doing anything about pension reform, it’s beyond time for lawmakers to act.
Putin’s approval to sell an air defense missile system to Iran adds a new element to the talks to limit Iran’s nuclear weapons program.
No offense to cab drivers, but airline pilots should earn more than they do. Right now, many don’t.
U.S. relations with its southern neighbors should now be able to move forward in many areas, including trade, investment and the
Mayor Peduto was eager to see the 88-year-old PA Fruit Auction and Sales Building retain some of the activity of its historic heyday.
Soldiers are still prohibited from having tattoos above the neckline, but no limit to the number or size of tattoos hidden by a uniform.
Motorists, say cheese as you pass that police car. It’s likely that a camera mounted on it photographed your license plate.
On April 24, 1990, the telescope left Earth in the bay of Space Shuttle Discovery.
UPMC doesn’t need to take the elderly hostage over a contract dispute with Highmark.
Gov. Tom Wolf is putting the cart way before the horse as he lauds a vote to freeze tuition at state-owned universities.
PNC Park sports new control room equipment and food-drink options; the city announces Healthy Ride; Larimer gets a revitalization boost.
City Councilman Dan Gilman’s proposal doesn’t carry the baggage that doomed an earlier line protection plan.
Switzerland’s government caught the eye of investors Wednesday when it made them pay a premium to buy its 10-year-yield bonds.
The open records law is supposed to give citizens access to information that shows how government conducts business on their behalf.
CHIP insures more than 7 million children nationwide and nearly 150,000 in Pennsylvania.
The United Kingdom will hold a national election May 7.
The governor’s executive order on home health care workers is politics at its worst.
An estimated 220,000 have died and 11 million of 21 million Syrians have been displaced.
If not for a video shot by a bystander, would charges have been brought in South Carolina police shooting?
What consumers pay for isn’t necessarily what they get, according to an investigation by New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman.
Saudi Arabia has asked Pakistan to furnish aircraft, warships and ground forces for the fighting in Yemen.
Act 139 made naloxone, a nonaddictive prescription medication that can counteract heroin and other overdoses, available to first responders.
The massacre of 148 people at Garissa University College in northeastern Kenya by Somali ethnic al-Shabab gunmen is unforgivable.
Freshmen at the University of Pittsburgh will have to earn 12 credits before joining a fraternity or sorority, school officials announced.
Congress should increase the minimum promptly.
Health care and the insurance that pays for it are too critical to be left to any monopoly.
Many federal inmates are serving time, some even decades, for drug crimes that would generate far shorter sentences if committed today.
President Barack Obama has pledged to use his executive authority to reduce emissions by as much as 28 percent by 2025.
The framework agreement contains the essential elements of a pact to keep Iran from developing nuclear weapons.
Americans owe a mind-boggling $1.2 trillion in student loan debt — almost double what they owe on credit cards and auto loans.
Fire destroys the Old Large Hotel, a Denis Theatre fund drive brings hope and a city parks group includes Allegheny Commons in its projects.
Lawrence County officials who have been betting on a proposed casino and harness racetrack for the past 12 years are out of luck.
A new generation of comics is steadily taking over talk shows held for decades by departing hosts who are in their 50s and 60s.
Pittsburgh Catholics learned that they no longer have to pay hundreds of dollars to seek an annulment of a marriage that has ended.
The Government Accountability Office concluded, after an investigation, that the Library of Congress suffers from a deficit of leadership.
Chatham University did Pittsburghers a favor Wednesday by bringing to the city author and journalist Cokie Roberts.
The Indiana law’s advocates can show sincerity by enacting legislation that would outlaw anti-gay discrimination.
Former president Muhammadu Buhari, a Northern Muslim, defeated President Goodluck Jonathan, a Southern Christian in power since 1999.
Aerie, its intimate apparel line, was honored by the National Eating Disorders Association for using unaltered images of its models.