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Under the charge per credit, the cost of a degree is the same for everyone. What could be fairer than that?
Should a kosher or halal grocer be forced to slaughter a pig and provide pork for my wedding reception?
Curious behavior: We diss the 1 percent and laud royalty.
I have been observing for some time the frightening inconsideration of most young drivers.
Ruth Ann Dailey’s fun article (“Decide on a Strategy for a Winter Outing in NYC”) overlooked the option of taking the train from Pittsburgh.
I hope no one in a position to help decide the issue of Mt. Lebanon’s deer infestation will pay any attention to Laura Simon’s letter.
The press in France is not allowed to publish incitements to hatred and racial insults, among other things, so some push the boundaries.
Many Americans, including theater owners and government officials, could take a lesson from the French in courage.
Despite vaccines against HPV being available since 2006, these cancer-preventing vaccines have unfortunately found a limited market.
I read Amma Ababio’s inspiring essay, which brought me to tears.
A+ Schools offers many chances to learn about Pittsburgh’s public schools.
Perhaps Gov. Tom Wolf and House Speaker Mike Turzai could compromise on liquor privatization and a shale gas extraction tax.
Shale development is incredibly capital-intensive, and recent market conditions have led many energy companies to slash spending and jobs.
Step outside of Washington for State of the Union common sense and camaraderie.
Am I the only one who has been craving pizza nonstop since reading the front-page article “The Problem With Pizza” (Jan. 19)?
Regarding the subhead “Yes, you can get addicted to marijuana”: Numerous scientific studies have disproven that statement.
Let’s stop the “god-devil” labeling of Joe Paterno and analyze him as a human being with great accomplishments and possible human frailty.
Did the Penn State sports teams wear stickers condemning pedophiles when Jerry Sandusky was convicted of sexually abusing boys?
Funds are allocated according to the wishes of the Legislature, which has resulted in broad and unfair disparities among schools.
The medical evidence is clear that ozone pollution is harmful.
It is time for people of all races to speak out.
Is it necessary to point out the “evils” of pizza?
Teachers are a critical component in the educational experience.
The deer-killing methods to be used are understandably controversial.
Congress and the nation should continue the debate that began when the President’s comments were being previewed leading up to his speech.
Fran Serenka was “double-dipping” by working as a director in Montour School District and associate professor at Duquesne University.
Sadly, Martin Luther King Jr.’s sons’ actions do indeed bespeak the content of their character.
The late coach Joe Paterno knew there was a problem with Jerry Sandusky, his long-time assistant.
The Ward Home hopes community members will partner with them to empower the teens.
The UPMC-Highmark problems faced by maternity patients rest solely with the outgoing Corbett administration. Last July, I and others met
“I apologize for the negative juror experience Ms. Epstein had in the courtroom of Allegheny County Common Pleas Administrative Judge David
I urge the public to examine proposed zoning maps and hold Ligonier officials accountable for creating a responsible and well-informed plan.
It’s as if the Post-Gazette sees the two events as being equivalent.
The chairman of the U.S. Senate’s Committee on Environment and Public Works, Republican James Inhofe of Oklahoma, has called climate change
What working-class man or woman would throw away $30 on the mere chance to get a job with so many other applicants?
Why would one risk life itself for this democracy or any other when being snarky is the “only” way to ensure it?
Missile defense gives our diplomats the freedom to take a tough stand against nuclear threats — and protects us from the worst if all else
As the Earth is much more crowded and infrastructures much more fragile today, the resulting starvation and violence could be much worse
The Jan. 11 column by Jack Kelly is an excellent description of how French appeasement helped to create the current situation.
It was accepting of the Ten Commandments — most certainly “thou shall not kill.”
Gene Barr of the Pennsylvania Chamber of Business and Industry thinks raising the minimum wage would harm the economy.
Thank you for drawing attention to the good work of A+ Schools in Pittsburgh (“A+ Schools Looking to Strengthen Advocacy Role,” Jan. 4).
Nuclear fusion, which produces no greenhouse gases and little waste, could replace fossil fuels as the major source of electricity.
Our lawmakers at every level of government are terrified of the NRA and so refuse to pass common-sense legislation to control gun violence.
It is suing to overturn local firearm ordinances passed by municipalities that want some restraint against our “anything goes” gun culture.
Dan Simpson claimed the National Rifle Association serves as a front to increase sales for manufacturers.
For many years the district has provided teachers to serve students from around the world during their lengthy stays in Children’s Hospital.
With the arrival of winter, we see the return of an all-too common occurrence: large, chain-reaction collisions caused by lake-effect snow.
The Pittsburgh mayor should include unions in the program announced on “Undercover Boss.”
It is becoming more and more difficult to hear an actual temperature in the winter by listening to TV weather reports.