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EDITORIALS


Bet on Pittsburgh: More development here looks like a sure thing

A 300-year-old, London-based real estate investment firm says Pittsburgh is a very safe bet for the long term.


Calming Ukraine: All parties must work to defuse the tensions

Matters in eastern Ukraine continue to risk violent escalation that could draw foreign powers further into the fracas.



Out of this world: Mankind looks to the heavens and finds a wonder

Just in time for Easter, a team of astronomers announced that they had discovered an Earth-sized planet in the so-called “Goldilocks zone.”



Wilson Center bid

Once the public has a chance to see what liquidator for the August Wilson Center has evaluated, the consensus she seeks just may develop.



Who’s the bully?

School administrators need to create a safe environment by assessing student behavior in context and dealing with students’ concerns.


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David Shribman



Races to watch in 2014

Demographics, personalities and various issues matter, but health care may be the big player


 

Brian O'Neill



Brian O'Neill: Building park over I-579 could cap rebirth of Hill

Public funds to cover over highway eyesore between Downtown and Hill would be money well spent.


 

Tony Norman



Tony Norman: Breakups over the phone sound so difficult

Switching mobile phone carriers turns out to be more troublesome than any man should expect.


 

Sally Kalson



Health care sabotage 101

The GOP, not a botched website, is the real obstacle.


 

Reg Henry



Reg Henry: Limbaugh lacks a sense of humor or sense

Right-wing ideologues have a hard time loosening up to the likes of Stephen Colbert, and the joke's on them.


 

Dan Simpson



Dan Simpson: The latest on U.S. foreign policy

State Department types hold out hope on some fronts as danger mounts elsewhere.


 

Jack Kelly



Jack Kelly: What price lying?

Public officials should be held to account just like private citizens.


 

Ruth Ann Dailey



Ruth Ann Dailey: Land-banking bill has one gap — funding

Pittsburgh's new legislation covering vacant properties has potential, if someone can supply the money that's needed.


 

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