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Governments at all levels face immense pressure to improve public services and infrastructure while saving public taxpayer money.
Natural gas, which is methane, is a highly potent greenhouse gas.
Each of these methods of energy exploration has been needed over generations for families’ livelihoods.
In the column he tries to make the case that the recent indictment of Gov. Perry is a result of a partisan witch hunt.
Who is going to help us rethink untenable positions and make changes in the kind of humane society we wish to live in?
Movie productions create good-paying jobs and stimulate every segment of the Pennsylvania economy.
They should pass righteous laws and never ever favor anyone, either rich or poor.
If you try to follow the flip-flopping and hypocrisy coming from Tom Wolf on the transportation bill, your head is likely to spin.
A recent study putting Pittsburgh among the cities averaging the most accidents may have been skewed by suburban motorists.
It is curious that you refer to the demilitarization of “the Gazans” in your editorial “Timely Truce” (Aug. 28).
The struggle against anti-Semitism is undermined when the charge is thrown around as a cheap political epithet.
WJAS erred in switching formats and dropping Jack Bogut and Bill Cardille.
Dan Simpson’s Aug. 27 column “Disunited They Stand” should be required reading for every voter and politician.
These people haven’t inflicted fear, as the media indicate. They’re just making us mad as hell.
Marketing the bank to kindergarten students and their parents is inappropriate and distracting.
LGBT students face much higher rates of bullying and harassment than non-LGBT students.
Four years ago, we did not endorse Mr. Corbett. However, because of his bipartisan approach since, he has taken politics out of many issues.
I hope when the ice bucket craze dies down, folks will continue to make donations to or advocate for the causes they are close to.
Let’s build the cleanest, greenest, meanest public market in the United States.
I’ve begun to suspect that it is this newspaper’s policy never to miss a chance to take shots at my hometown.
I urge the Penguins to begin the project on time and resolve issues as the project evolves — or, step aside.
The wonderful news is that these cancers can be entirely prevented with a very safe and effective vaccine.
I was shocked and saddened recently when I read Nathan Hershey’s Aug. 17 Forum article on death and dying.
We must do something about the dismal state of our infrastructure and the climate change-related severe weather that’s making it worse.
UPMC should look to its own quarterly report as a sign that competition will help both Pittsburghers and its own financial health.
Unlike methadone, buprenorphine-containing medications are widely prescribed to patients and are kept in the home.
In hard times the Salvation Army proves that Americans do have a heart full of warmth.
How could an intelligent man like George F. Will believe many of these corporate moves, like inversions, are sensible?
His office personnel will walk you through any state issue and find an answer for you.
The discussion must be about making a choice and living or dying with that choice without interference from others.
I am elated by U.S. Secretary of Education Arne Duncan’s announcement regarding the $250 million preschool development grants competition.
Merging of the city and county call-taking process places public safety at great risk.
Recent police-related events should be a cautionary tale for Pittsburgh.
Chelsa Wagner, Allegheny County controller, participated in the service for Mayor Sophie Masloff at Temple Sinai.
Why should we reward any politicians for doing the job they do “against” us.
Catholics must begin asking their parish councils what salary they would offer a married priest as well as housing and health care.
God decides when it’s your time to die.
Saturday’s front page had two color photographs of a local shooting and Hamas executions, it was disturbing and unnecessary.
Corporate inversions are good for the American economy and Americans.
I was not surprised to read the article “Fracking Waste Tainted Groundwater Soil at Three Washington County Sites” (Aug. 6).
Why would anyone who is a member of the Steelers put themselves at odds with the law?
I am delighted by the presence of the Schenley Drive bike lane and the impact it has had on my morning commute.
Secularism protects freedom of religion for religious and nonreligious people. That way no religion or lack thereof can dominate others.
No nation suffered more during this horrible “war to end all wars,” yet Serbia showed how to resist empires and ultimately destroy them.
I can’t help but notice the similarity between the Royal Ulster Constabulary in 1977 and the police in Ferguson, Missouri.
No, there probably won’t ever be a post-racial America in which no racism exists, but there is hope.
UPMC has had no problem turning away patients who have a competitor’s insurance card, even if they want to pay cash out of pocket.
Our local health care system is in disarray because of political and financial infighting. Who controls what?
Why are we, as a society, allowed to treat our pets with more humane actions than our human loved ones.
Nicholas D. Kristof’s Aug. 18 column “Sister Acts” resonated with me.