I do not understand why the PG feels the need to provide notorious killers the infamy they seek. The latest instance is a front-page photo.
Judge Neil Gorsuch is not that nominee.
Taxpayers have carried that tax-exempt building for more than 100 years, so it deserves to go back into a usage that the public can share.
Donald Trump calls the media an “enemy of the American people.” I find these kinds of statements from our president truly appalling.
It is known that university presses do not make money. They exist to do what commercial presses do not or will not do.
I support the Faculty and Staff Social Justice Association at Duquesne University for urging that the school become a sanctuary campus.
Iranian immigrants in the U.S. have made great contributions in science, education, medicine, filmmaking and business, to name a few.
As a second-year baby boomer, I’m insulted that a letter characterized my generation as “the lamest generation.”
That the ranks of the priesthood are thinning is a disturbing fact that the overcrowded daily schedule of Father Almade calls attention to.
Nonimmigrant students and visiting scholars/exchange visitors do not miraculously appear on campus.
It’s time for the country to face the facts — Donald J. Trump is in over his head in every way, shape and form.
With the resignation of Michael Flynn, my sincere hope is that this will put everyone on notice that this is not acceptable behavior.
Today, the sheer mendacity of the current administration threatens the very basis of constitutional government.
Several articles about Martin Esquivel-Hernandez kinda make one wonder.
Things that don’t work out well in Trumpworld are always someone else’s fault. This guy is truly delusional.
Those who support government-only water system operations try to compare water rates from one town to the next.
At the march I carried a sign that said, “We are all immigrants.”
The inference by Ms. Ruth Ann Dailey that we are organized by left-wing leaders is tiring.
The lead issue can be managed in the short term in the processing of the water.
Bidwell Training Center is often referred to as Pittsburgh’s “best-kept secret”.
The replacement needs to be bipartisan and one that has thoughtfully considered how it will impact individuals in health and disease.
Many Trump voters have appropriated Hillary Clinton’s unfortunate phrasing as a badge of honor.
The resignation of Michael Flynn as national security adviser adds a whole new dimension to the situation.
Do you not see the danger to our country’s security that results from this criminal activity?
An immigrant is a person who comes here by legal means, as did my grandparents.
Twenty-five dollars per person is a reasonable amount to pay for state troopers when a municipality cannot underwrite the cost
On the Feb. 9 Perspectives page, Jeff Bust, a self-proclaimed “deplorable” who remains happy that he voted for Donald Trump, spoke.
I believe God will hold us accountable for protecting life, with the other details of life far down on the list.
I enjoyed Chris Potter’s Feb. 9 story about Sen. Bob Casey Jr. (“A Low-Key Senator Gets Feisty”).
Some problems are beyond our control. This problem has a simple solution.
Thank you for publishing Ruth Ann Dailey’s Feb. 13 column, “How Not to Woo the Still-Undecided.” It perfectly encapsulates the thinking
What will a Pruitt-led EPA mean? It will not mean cleaner water or air, or an energy economy broken free of climate-damaging fossil fuels.
Martin Esquivel-Hernandez, a husband and father of three, was deported last Tuesday despite nine months of overwhelming community demands.
Anyone from anywhere who is willing to contribute is welcome to join this little experiment we call democracy.
Many of the problems he cites that prompted him to vote for Donald Trump just don’t exist.
These insults do nothing to bring positive change to the Trump administration’s dangerous, un-American agenda.
Democrats might think twice about even running a candidate against him in 2020.
They should devote at least a half hour to educate the American citizenry about how repeal of what currently exists could affect them.
I am disappointed that Sen. Toomey chose not to honor his campaign promises to work for his constituents and reduce government spending.
For me, the film harked back to African-American families in my neighborhood whose homes I was welcomed into.
Feb. 13 is the second anniversary of Gov. Tom Wolf’s moratorium on executions.
I’m a registered Democrat who voted for Hillary Clinton, but I was appalled to read of state Sen. Daylin Leach’s tweet about Donald Trump.
The only agenda of the American Civil Liberties Union is defending the Bill of Rights and civil liberties.
Given recent Republican actions and the president’s attitude toward his business interests, we should not be surprised.
We started out with such idealism. Did all the good indeed die young, leaving a remnant mostly vile and small?
Have we lost all sense of compassion and common sense? Wouldn’t we all be better off if he were permitted to stay and support his family?
I read Brian O’Neill’s “The Pittsburgh Time Machine, Block By Block”; the time machine effect took hold in a way I hadn’t anticipated.
I am appalled by the misleading information in the article by the Land Art Generator Initiative in the Feb. 5 Forum section.
Taxpayers paid $100,000-plus for protection of President Donald Trump’s son while he went on a private business trip.
Hello to all you Trump voters out there in PG land. Are you happy with your hero now?