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Veterans commit suicide because not living is better than living and our policies have made their lives that way.
I wish everyone could read Dan Simpson’s April 29 column, “Please, No New Wars.”
Why would anyone want to take funds from the organization that protects this country?
Rob Rogers’ April 26 cartoon, comparing gun deaths to drone deaths, could not be more misleading and offensive.
Mr. Rogers consistently ignores the fact that firearms could be left loaded on a table for eternity without harming anyone.
Faith in God is not something you discard at the first hint of challenge. It defines how you think, how you act and who you are.
The Mansion at Maple Heights is a licensed B&B. This license gives the holder the ability to do things as outlined in the zoning code.
Ms. Cullen, won’t you reconsider? Our family will greatly miss your vivacity and perspicacity!
What makes “4802,” a weekend perspectives show by WQED most interesting is the profound difference of views of its outspoken panelists.
Let Grant Street remain a reminder to present and future generations of the winner of the 18th-century’s Biggest Dum-Dum Award.
As Toya Graham demonstrated, there is no greater love than that of a mother’s.
Let’s focus on what is really happening. Injury and death at the hands of those sworn to protect and serve must end now.
According to a 2014 report by the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism, Pennsylvania is 33rd in alcohol consumption per
With 1 in 68 children on the autism spectrum, it is disappointing to read of adults’ and children’s lack of sensitivity on this matter.
Pittsburgh is so much more than just rivers and bridges.
Once again we witness innocent black victims dying while in police custody and we hear the same tired excuses.
Pennsylvania law protects students from sexual advances of teachers regardless of the adult status of the student.
We should not turn down a neighbor’s request for help. And it is Wilkinsburg’s young people who would be hurt if we do so.
The latest flare-up between Highmark and UPMC involving Medicare Advantage is further evidence of that.
Substance abuse and addiction have crippling impacts on individuals, families and society, and they create a heavy cost burden on taxpayers.
Photos of gas drilling violations don’t show invisible and harmful air pollution.
The only entity keeping an eye on methane pollution is the EPA, not our DEP and certainly not the drillers themselves.
The line “Good fences make good neighbors” in Robert Frost’s poem about mending fences means the opposite of the words.
POWER’s doors are open to women who are struggling with alcoholism and other drug addictions.
World War II veterans, once reluctant to tell their stories, are now more willing to do so.
There is an old saying that “your right to flail your fists about wildly ends where my nose begins.
We need to extend bar hours until 4 a.m. so that we can attract more drunks to our area.
Mao Zedong’s Cultural Revolution has demonstrated the price a society must pay when its system turns against its intellectuals.
Why we can’t have an honest conversation about fracking.
Rather than trying to obstruct Gov. Wolf, Mr. Osborne and Ms. Stelle pressure our Legislature to tax Marcellus Shale extraction.
I am relieved that the DA is beginning an investigation into what appears to be an appalling culture of sex between students and teachers.
For several months, PWSA has been giving us false hope that would not be tolerated in the “real world” of customer service.
College-age kids appeared at the same time carrying nonsensical signs about energy use with the intent of neutralizing our message.
Neither UPMC nor Highmark can restrict the medical care providers we use now and will use in the future.
While we see some progress in Pittsburgh, many areas continue to pose hazards to those on foot.
As a daily pedestrian commuter who also drives in town when needed, I can see the challenge from both sides.
I’m sure the free-speech champion won’t mind my pointing out that his diatribe “College Coddling” (April 19) reaches new heights of idiocy.
This campaign will be reminiscent of most Republican campaigns; it will be solely about demonizing Hillary Clinton and what she proposes.
She did an awesome job articulating the Republican Party’s position for all of us voters.
She gave what I think to be a most elegant and succinct argument for raising the minimum wage.
The article “YouTube Celebrates 10 Years” exposes human needs — to be wanted, recognized, not ignored, to be somebody.
I am responding to your editorial calling for mediation of the dispute between Chukky Okobi’s Mansion at Maple Heights and its neighbors.
Kudos, Meredith Dobson, for your exquisitely accurate description of the wasteful “Highmark Passport to Health” volume.
Regarding Meredith Dobson’s letter “Highmark Wasteful” (April 15), I agree with her 100 percent.
On matters of foreign policy, Adm. Joe Sestak is clearly more capable in protecting our interests.
What is wrong with a group of low-paid health care workers uniting to hire an advocate?
Barbara Daly Danko has been a dedicated public servant and has the experience and education to understand public policy issues.
Barbara Daly Danko serves on the Allegheny County Human Relations Commission and the Local Government Academy board of directors.
Weren’t there supposed to be extra Monroeville police on hand on the weekends?
Has anyone noticed our country’s landscape lately?