It’s never too late to honor those who went the extra mile for their country — and for their brothers in arms.
The DA has ordered a review of about 600 cases in which evidence was handled by a chemist now on unpaid leave for a possible drug problem.
There are still many questions, including why the U.S. is involved, in the long, drawn-out campaign by various forces to take Raqqa.
Russians demonstrated Sunday against corruption in the government of Vladimir Putin. What happens in the streets can be very important.
The need for a new training facility was publicly identified at least as far back as 2008.
Hundreds of eastern redbuds planted last year in parts of the city are about to pop with pink and purple blooms.
After a weekend accident in Arizona, Uber slowed down, a responsible step that’s also sure to help the beleaguered company’s image.
So Hong Kong remains ruled by Beijing, no surprise. But its people continue to make their lack of enthusiasm known on the subject.
Ben Affleck might inspire others who need help but are reluctant to pursue it because of stigma attached to alcoholism and mental illness.
The rusty patched bumblebee is now listed on the endangered species list — and with good reason.
The Pittsburgh Downtown Partnership has begun working on efforts to recruit retailers.
The agency’s problems ultimately are his responsibility.
French far-right National Front candidate Marine Le Pen put a new twist into the country’s current five-party race for the presidency.
The ongoing Flint water crisis should serve as a warning: Lose a stable and reliable water supply and you lose a city, maybe a region.
This week, PNC Broadway announced that a “Hamilton” touring production will touch down here in the 2018-19 season.
The district can trust school police officers to carry weapons, considering they receive the same firearms training as municipal police.
The Lord’s Resistance Army is savage. But U.S. troops are not helping to thwart it.
Sometimes, a little money goes a long way. That is the idea behind The Pittsburgh Foundation’s Small and Mighty grants program.
America’s commander for its military role in the North African state of Libya calls it a “powder keg.”
Thanks to the new initiative, the medical profession may be better positioned to address dietary problems contributing to chronic disease.
Why not draw the state’s congressional and legislative districts to benefit the people of Pennsylvania instead of political parties?
The testimony by FBI Director Comey and NSA Director Rogers before the House Intelligence Committee is extremely important to Americans.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel visited the White House Friday for a somewhat puzzling meeting with President Donald Trump.
New guidelines for police chases released last week by the Allegheny County District Attorney promote common sense and public safety.
While Elvis “covered” R&B, Chuck Berry was its personification. It was a language he understood in his bones.
President Donald Trump made a visit to Michigan Wednesday in which he announced a grand bargain and sketched an even grander vision.
As more and more data become available, the need for reform of the State System of Higher Education is becoming clearer.
The problems are severe and current. Famine is prevailing in at least three countries, South Sudan, Somalia and northeastern Nigeria.
It is time for the Justice Department and Senate to pull rank on the investigation into a Facebook group used to demean female Marines.
Snoop Dogg’s stunt is tasteless and ill-considered. It encourages a disrespectful and possibly homicidal attitude toward the president.
The additional small rise in the benchmark interest rate was appropriate to the improving state of the economy.
In the end, the Dutch vote might have indicated that the tide, in fact, is running the other way.
Ted Pappas exudes the energy of someone half his age.
After Korea expert Robert Kelly wrapped up his BBC interview, he got a tweet from the producer: “Nicely handled interruption Professor!...”
How and why has Turkey gone from being the poster child of a predominantly Muslim state governed well to a state with serious problems?
Why should Americans care? Nigeria’s size, importance in Africa and trading relationship with the U.S. make it a useful partner.
The board is divided over an active approach by members Terri Klein, a former county councilwoman, and county Controller Chelsa Wagner.
If the end result proves to be good for the city and developer alike, the wait has been worth it, bruised feelings and all.
Normally, elections in the Netherlands would be considered by the rest of the world to be a snoozer. But not this time.
One of the world’s richest nations announced that it is planning to build a glistening city on Mars fit for habitation by 2117.
Northern Japan has been overrun by hundreds of wild boars, toxic from the radiation meltdown of the Fukushima nuclear plant.
Better connecting the city’s neighborhoods, particularly Downtown and Oakland, is critically important to Pittsburgh’s future.
Two new U.S. moves related to Syria raise the question of what is going on in foreign policy under the new administration.
Allegheny County Council made the right call with its vote banning the use of e-cigarettes and handheld vaporizers in public indoor places.
Democrats and Republicans alike looking to regain some credibility should get down to business on the often-discussed infrastructure plan.
Colon cancer is not a death sentence. The five-year survival rate for colon cancer is 90 percent if it is discovered early.
What is happening in the Korean peninsula, or what could happen there, is shaping up as President Trump’s first foreign affairs drama.
City officials and Peoples Natural Gas are taking decisive action to protect residents from lead-contaminated water.
Auditor General Eugene DePasquale’s proposal to legalize the recreational use of marijuana so it can be taxed is misguided.
What is alarming about this pack of revelations is that the information apparently hacked included cyberweapons codes.