Sloppy reporting fanned the controversy over the video on Planned Parenthood selling fetal tissue.
Planned Parenthood says its sale of fetal tissue is legal. So was slavery.
The Pittsburgh Promise needs more financial support to keep its pledge to worthy students.
Pennsylvania is risking public safety by considering a highway speed of 70 mph.
In a country and industry based on service, the lack of accountability has been unparalleled.
Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board stores is causing so much angst among the citizenry.
It’s unfortunate that we now no longer have a major department store in the core of our fair city.
Trump may be the right person to be our next president.
If voters don’t want to be sold yet another bill of goods, I’d encourage all to watch this campaign carefully.
I do not share the other Jim Abraham’s view relative to the displacement of the residents of Penn Plaza.
To buy a 24-pack from a Giant Eagle, one must buy a 12-pack, walk it out to his vehicle, come back into the store and buy another 12-pack.
While we’re at it, perhaps we can come up with some other businesses for the state to get into.
He actively opposed the Bring Jobs Home Act, which would have ended the tax breaks for major corporations that sent their jobs overseas.
We were surprised by your recent editorial’s limited view of the city considering legislation to guarantee paid sick days.
Abortion has contributed to the decline in babies available for adoption.
Neoconservatives who are criticizing the Iran deal have misled the nation before.
The free markets, not socialistic programs, made the nation great.
His wife says he should join the race for president.
Republicans believe in threatening friend and foe alike with our armed forces (as Congress puts it, “we need to put boots on the ground”).
Conservative evangelicals are the shock troops of Republican primaries; they will not go for his stance related to good works for the poor.
Eat a balanced diet, exercise a little and carry on in moderation. God will call when it’s your time.
What kind of so-called compassionate elected official would veto an entire budget when more than 100 line items were what he asked for?
This fashion show theme and photo perpetuate the image of young men of color participating in illegal activities.
As August Wilson’s sister, I question the title of the upcoming photography exhibit “I AM AUGUST.”
I’ve already not done everything I don’t want to do. Life is good.
The deal goes a long way toward ensuring that a radical regime will have access to a nuclear weapon.
There’s been a great deal of whining and hand-wringing lately as East Liberty experiences its greatest redevelopment in decades.
When I picked up last Friday’s PG and looked at the front page, I realized just how sickeningly complacent we’ve become about gun violence.
As it stands now you can’t be sure you will not be shot in your home while watching TV, in an amusement park with your kids or in schools.
They are in a tizzy over Donald Trump’s rhetoric about John McCain, but did they take the same umbrage when John Kerry was attacked?
I’ve grown tired of the rhetoric that we need to make gas companies pay “their fair share” without considering the facts.
My Republican friends are being made to look like fools by this cluster of frauds who want their nomination.
He wrote a column two weeks ago declaring the Iran deal the “worst agreement in diplomatic history” before seeing the final terms.
To ask the president how he could be content while four Americans are held hostage in Iran in no way is professionalism journalism.
The natural gas industry isn’t solely responsible for increasing funding for education.
According to the Centers for Disease Control, 70 percent of norovirus outbreaks from food contamination originated from an infected worker.
The Iran accord is a rational response to an irrational problem (nuclear weapons).
Why doesn’t anyone want to shop here?
Its the end of an era.
Pennsylvania is one of two states that still has this institution.
Why do so many Republican politicians decry the ideological influence of socialism in our democratic republic?
The VA-issued nonmedical veterans photo ID card is one of the most popular items that I get questioned about.
It would be far better to give people the security that they expected from the Pittsburgh Promise, even if for a shorter term.
Few American presidents entered office under such trying circumstances.
History is repeating itself back to 1933. Did we not learn anything from World War II?
The front page is all negative and starts the day off as being a negative day.
Something is wrong with a system when insured individuals pay exorbitant annual fees but receive little for their investment.
Even though Macy’s was so corporate and artificial, unlike Kaufmann’s, at least it was a convenient location with a good variety of items.
The economics of store mergers and closings are inevitable, but in the process cities lose their souls.
In 1966, I was part of a team of 10 educators who wrote a 15-week program on Mesa Verde and early man for elementary schools.