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I‘m responding to Ray Rieber’s July 2 letter (“Redskins Nonsense”).
Go to your local library and treat yourself to this compelling drama of a true hero.
We found the theater manager and demanded our money back.
Last Saturday the woman who delivers my Post-Gazette made my day.
I’m angry that with the commonwealth facing a $1.5 billion deficit, GOP leaders presented a budget with zero legitimate revenue raisers.
Pennsylvania Turnpike Commission communicates with municipalities and the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation to understand issues.
Dan Simpson is spot-on with his historical analysis of U.S.-Cuba relations.
The interplay of words between the parent and child, through both reading and conversation, helps nurture vocabulary.
Why are publications calling the right to abortion “women’s right to choose”?
What are Pennsylvania voters looking for in a governor.
The Luke Bryan concert at Heinz Field resulted in a mountain of garbage and bad publicity for the city of Pittsburgh.
Father Neil was tireless in his passion and conviction for inclusiveness for all within the church.
First Energy must be stopped in its quest to destroy all trees under its transmission power lines.
He must not know that how Americans are getting around is changing, with biking and walking as important alternatives.
Sunday’s PG included the letter “Presbyterians’ Stand Against Injustice Should Be Lauded.”
The Pennsylvania Emergency Management Agency cannot simply disseminate information designated as confidential beyond emergency responders.
Real sharing does not come with a price tag. And anything that does is just business as usual.
The FDA makes decisions on approval of biologics, but state law determines under what circumstances a biosimilar may be substituted.
The subtext is that health care is a privilege to be dispensed by the employer and not a right of the employee.
The 21st century has simply been hotter than the 20th. We are at an 800,000-year high for carbon dioxide levels in our atmosphere.
Finally the PG editorial board has discovered that the mere possibility of drones filling our own U.S. skies is cause for concern.
Anyone who celebrated Independence Day in Downtown Pittsburgh and didn’t drive received a painful lesson in how monopolies hurt consumers.
I ask the U.S. Supreme Court to repeal the 19th Amendment to the Constitution.
“Christian” anti-abortion politicians cut off help to the needy.
The argument by Ryan Crocker, dean at Texas A&M University, to re-engage in Iraq is a load of crock
In the 21st century, there are Americans who do not love their country or its founding principles.
The president needs to sue Congress for exceeding its authority in castrating the presidency for corrupt reasons.
It was infuriating to open the Post-Gazette on the Fourth of July and read a full-page ad by the Hobby Lobby Corporation
Many U.S. representatives, politicians and academics hope to pave the way for more contacts with Cuba.
With wages not keeping pace with inflation, the average family has $7,000 less in purchasing power.
Let me see if I understand the wondrous communications of a modern, major, 21st-century daily newspaper.
I can remember when members of both parties had differences, but when it came to what was best for the country, they would compromise.
If the right wing had their way, here‘s how the birth issue would be handled.
The Pennsylvania Turnpike Commission should be responsible for repaving the roads it has destroyed.
The selective divestment action of the Presbyterian Church (USA) toward Israel abundantly fits the historic pattern of anti-Semitism.
Districts should be drawn on geographic lines not political ones.
It’s no wonder the young people are bullying and keeping so much confusion and disruption in the schools and, in short, everywhere they go.
I wish that President Barack Obama could give House Speaker John A. Boehner a swift boot. The president should tell Mr. Boehner to help run
First, Gov. Tom Corbett said the government couldn’t afford it and on principle declined to expand Medicaid. Then, in November he agreed to
As a retired Pennsylvania state employee and retired union official, I can expertly comment on Gov. Tom Corbett’s pension proposals. As I
Wake up, ladies! If you don’t get off your butts to vote against the Republicans trying to take women’s rights back to the Stone Age, you
Yes, Virginia, there are female mechanics. I enjoy reading “Random Acts of Kindness” but the headline about the “car problem” on July 3 was
They should be praised for their stand on Israel.
Violent tragedies like the mass stabbing at Franklin Regional High School in April have prompted a much-needed public discussion about our
Republicans to President Barack Obama: “We do not like you at all because … (I’m not sure I want to know the answer no matter what it is).
While I support the PG’s support of the Clean Power Plan, I have to disagree that it will take experts to reduce the state’s carbon dioxide
I am responding to your article on the leak at the John Day impoundment, characterized as chloride-contaminated groundwater (“Range
Country singer Luke Bryan performed here recently, and I am happy to say that I had never heard of him until the day of the concert. Anyway,
This deal locks out patients, risks our health and allows a so-called nonprofit to prioritize its business plan over patient care.