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On May 19, Pennsylvania voters will nominate candidates for a host of offices, but none higher than the state Supreme Court.
Republican voters have the same challenge in the May 19 primary as Democrats: Pick three nominees for Supreme Court from six candidates.
Seventeen thousand people will run the UPMC Health Plan Half Marathon Sunday, nearly three times the number registered to run 26.2 miles.
One of the difficulties that relief agencies cite in Nepal is a lack of centralized, coordinated direction of earthquake disaster response.
What the government says to the American people and what it does should be the same.
Congress will vote soon on whether to authorize President Barack Obama to negotiate the Trans-Pacific Partnership.
Any American fleeing a hurricane can be assured that there’s a place for their pets.
In the May 19 primary, three candidates are seeking the Democratic nomination: Patricia Rogers, Rosemary Moriarty and Kevin Carter.
It’s a matter of time before the water crisis takes a toll on other Americans and the U.S. economy.
For the third time in five months, an ice-cream maker has recalled its products due to listeria, a hardy bacteria that can be fatal.
Gov. Tom Wolf and other state officials wasted no time in acting against the latest breach between UPMC and Highmark.
Once again, the streets of a major city are smoldering because a criminal element exploited tension between minority residents and police.
The prospect of the Chinese building a canal across Nicaragua from the Atlantic Ocean to the Pacific has a number of people agitated.
Kathleen Kane has no choice but to resign.
Michael Lamb would be the better watchdog and he has earned the Post-Gazette endorsement.
Alice Beck Dubow of Philadelphia and Robert J. Colville of Ross face off in the May 19 primary.
The deaths of an American aid contractor and an Italian health worker should put the issue of the program’s effectiveness in sharp focus.
Democratic voters should retain Chelsa Wagner as county controller in the primary race with Mark Patrick Flaherty.
The Trade Institute will rebuild lives, Pittsburgh schools will take a new approach to behavior, Canine Angels will help more veterans.
A proposed city zoning change would allow residents who have at least 2,000 square feet of property to own up to five chickens or ducks.
Kraft’s version, the quintessential mac-and-cheese, is about to undergo a radical change.
How to prevent crime at Monroeville Mall has been a topic of discussions between shopping center officials, community leaders and police.
Republicans in Congress want to repeal the federal estate tax.
Industry advocates are right that it is not fair to judge all conventional drillers based on the misdeeds of a few bad operators,
Two capable candidates, Mary Anne Eisenreich and Cindy Kirk, are seeking the GOP nomination in the May 19 primary.
Anti-immigrant violence in South Africa has reached the point that military forces are now being deployed in Johannesburg.
A judge has ordered a New York university to justify its “detainment” of two chimpanzees used in research.
Both Dan Connolly and Denise Ranalli Russell want to succeed Amanda Green Hawkins, who decided not to seek re-election.
Egypt continued its repressive approach to democracy with the sentencing of former President Mohammed Morsi to 20 years in prison.
Payday lending is based on a business model to earn profit from making high-interest loans to poor Americans who often can’t pay them back.
A series of candidate endorsements by the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette editorial board for contested races in the May 19 primary election.
A PA congressman who heads the House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee is under fire for his close association with a lobbyist.
Everybody hates to pay for parking.
Japan has passed China as the largest foreign holder of U.S. debt.
Both candidates are thoughtful and knowledgeable, but they part company on two key issues — gas drilling and restaurant health grades.
The resurgence of the industry is something Americans should celebrate, but only if flying again becomes something that people want to do.
For the sake of healthy Americans, young and old, the FDA should regulate electronic cigarettes.
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.