Guns by themselves do not kill — you need someone crazy enough to use them.
WQED-FM appears to be in a death spiral, and some creative approaches are clearly needed.
Did Ruth Ann Dailey forget Mitch McConnell’s promise that his No. 1 objective was to make President Obama a one-term president?
George W. Bush lied to afford the killing of thousands of his countrymen and women and thousands more in Iraq, so, yes, Iraq is Bush’s war.
In 2013, Ex-Im supported $37 billion in U.S. exports that in turn sustained more than 200,000 American jobs at 3,400 companies.
Many millions of worthy individuals would have given anything for a few minutes with His Holiness.
As a Catholic and a gay man, I was stunned to find out, after the pope’s visit, that our Holy Father had in fact met with Kim Davis.
No matter which Republican wins, they all have the same views and goals — more for the wealthy and less for everyone else.
A far better bill is the Department of Veterans Affairs Equitable Employee Accountability Act.
The shootings on Thursday in Oregon are the latest demonstration of the effects of the dysfunction of our federal government.
We are the victims of a Congress that explicitly blocks any efforts to control the circulation of military-style firearms.
This is no way to live; changes to stop gun violence must start with all of us.
If those of us who own guns don’t immediately agree with making changes, we are accused of being savages.
What a delightful start to a Buctober morning to see an above-the-fold Page 1 article featuring our beloved Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra.
Wayne LaPierre should have to go to the community in which the shooting happened and stand in front of the parents of the lost loved ones.
I would like to deliver a call-out to all the cowards who pretend to represent their constituents but in reality kowtow to the NRA.
Allowing guns only for the military and police and not selling guns and ammunition to the public would turn our country into a police state.
This is a decision he should not be allowed to make without the consent of the voters and taxpayers of the city of Pittsburgh.
I am torn between pulling my financial support to protest the cuts and continuing my sustaining membership to support what little is left.
Becoming “multimedia” has destroyed our once healthy radio station.
I was shocked and dismayed by the Sept. 19 article “General Says Bergdahl Doesn’t Deserve Jail.”
Donald Trump’s talk about withdrawing from the North American Free Trade Agreement might not be wishful thinking.
When you are looking to purchase American-made items, you may not be very successful.
The Gospel, the reign of God, has direct and unavoidable political implications involving caring for people and the environment.
They warn the common people about “climate change” horrors while flying around the world in carbon-spewing jets.
I felt he humbly delivered a simple message of profound love and respect for all human beings to people of all faiths.
The court seems to be assuming that the Pennsylvania attorney general is guilty without a trial.
Of course the deer are graceful, elegant creatures. But, of course, they are also health and safety hazards.
Recent pedestrian deaths and injuries remind us that traffic injuries represent a critical public health issue.
I take issue with a number of points expressed in the editorial about WQED’s approach to dealing with its deficit.
Ruth Ann Dailey chose to focus on the media coverage of the pope’s visit and those areas with which she disagrees with him.
Ruth Ann Dailey reduced it all to a right-wing rant — and even got a Fox News “war on Christianity” dig in.
Ruth Ann Dailey opined that in the pope, the media “finally found a Christian they don’t despise.”
I don’t get Ruth Ann Dailey’s insistence that the trouble with Congress started with Obamacare getting passed without Republican support.
Most other major cities limit such deliveries during rush hours in order to ease traffic and congestion. It is time Pittsburgh does it, too.
The Republican Party has cobbled together a coalition of poorly educated, disaffected whites.
The world has been moved by the plight of thousands of Syrian refugees forced to flee as a result of the dire conditions in their country.
The comparison of price transparency in human health care to veterinary services seemed quite reasonable.
The question is not whether we should recognize Tom Murphy for his role in revitalizing our riverfronts, but how.
The Republicans’ pension proposal was a disaster for working people.
Just like other series of quarters, they could be issued with five different designs every year.
At the last debate, Jeb Bush said he would place the late British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher on our $10 bill.
He will not do anything to limit a procedure he believes is “always wrong.”
Politicians, instead, should give the money to homeless shelters.
The racial and financial abyss Mr. O’Malley, as governor, led us into is shameful.
The tumultuous speakership of John Boehner is finally coming to an end.
The smell of billions of burning dollars (and euros) must be nauseating to Volkswagen’s shareholders.
During the 1920s anti-Catholicism was widespread in America. Anti-Catholics believed Catholicism was incompatible with democracy.
Besides religion, would Linda Wertheimer dare to have the schools teach about the alternatives: agnosticism, atheism, religious skepticism?
Frankfurt, Dusseldorf, Berlin and Munich are also great hubs for connecting to intercontinental destinations.