Smart public policies can help ensure that everyone has access to clean power.
It is important for you to understand your financial needs and whether your adviser is qualified.
We’re walking into the Islamic State’s trap by getting involved in another Middle East war.
The Islamic State would love to have the United States leave the Middle East to its tender mercies.
Congress fails to act on a measure that would make it illegal for people on the terrorist watch list to buy guns.
This backlash against this helpless, suffering wave of humanity is misplaced and disgusting.
America receives more than 65 million international inbound tourists per year whom we know almost nothing about.
Research shows that increasing the price of tobacco is one of the most effective ways to help tobacco users quit.
Uber ignored the Public Utility Commission and began operations, knowing those operations to be illegal.
The manic hyperbole over admitting Syrian refugees to the United States mimics the overreaction to 9/11 that led us into Iraq.
Rather than taking steps to close the prison at Guantanamo Bay we should be devoting our efforts to routing the terrorists in our midst.
Regarding the controversy at Clarion University: Playwrights own their plays and have sacrificed much in order to do so.
Thanks to David Murdoch and Nancy Bunt for their thoughtful article about David Preston’s excellent book.
Donald Trump has no concept of how hard average people work just to get by from paycheck to paycheck.
While wiping ISIS off the face of the Earth would be satisfying in the short term, it might not be the most intelligent course of action.
I am glad to see the outpouring of support from the U.S. government and public for France -- it’s better than our “freedom fries” moment.
As a Leslie family ancestor, I was horrified to see what had become of the park. It had been vandalized and tagged extensively.
What has become of the patriotism and reverence to those who gave their all for “we the people”?
Slamming the door in the face of Syrian refugees based on fear of terrorism is inhumane, un-American and cowardly.
President Barack Obama should not allow any Syrian refugees into the United States.
The attacks in Paris occurred last Friday night and by Saturday night French warplanes ran bombing runs in Syria.
Poor societies are the most vulnerable, but really we are all at risk when we don’t pay attention to the needs of the underserved.
The march was part of a countrywide protest.
Instead of calling on lawmakers to cut wasteful spending, the PG decided to take the tired old route of targeting those who smoke.
He and others in his administration should be prosecuted for destroying Iraq and causing the creation of the Islamic State group.
I expect they nearly explode with pride when they’re called terrorists. Yes, we’re striking fear and terror into your hearts!
Allegheny Technologies, which has locked us out, wanted to honor my service as a veteran with a slice of pizza on Veterans Day.
HB 1336 makes no attempt to define judicial “merit,” nor does it outline how such merit is to be obtained.
New York City is as great now as it was on Sept. 10, 2001. Paris is as magnificent now as it was before the Friday the 13th from hell.
I hope that extremists like the Islamic State group are brought to justice and we see their end once and for all.
At least 31 other governors are protecting their states; Gov. Tom Wolf is not, by continuing to support bringing refugees to Pennsylvania.
We will have time to vet any refugees we allow into the United States.
I pray that God may grant patience to the bereaved families and their friends.
It did my heart and the rest of me so much good to see that Wiener World in Downtown is staying in its rightful place.
Doing the same foolish thing over and over again expecting different results is a form of insanity that we cannot afford.
Mayor Peduto is on notice.
The news from Paris is awful.
Critics of President Barack Obama’s Iran policy ought to read it before opening their mouths.
Too often rape becomes just something that happens, and victims are left with a lifetime of trying to recover.
Religious institutions may amass fortunes with no accountability to the public or the government.
Theater on some level asks audiences to suspend reality.
Let’s end corporate welfare and ensure that employees receive fair wages.
What gives the Catholic Church the right to dictate a woman’s personal health decisions?
I am a retired photographer and appreciate and enjoy your work.
Here in Pittsburgh, we have many great public schools, yet our district still falls short.
I would like to comment on the editorial “Murphy’s Remedy: His Mental Health Package Deserves Support” (Nov. 10).
We are disappointed by the orientation, tone and language used in the Nov. 8 Forum article “Three Moms, Three Addicts.”
Maybe, instead, people should worry about feeding hungry children and homeless families.
We have to think of any and all possibilities regarding drones and these agents.
The combination of early school start times and biological changes at puberty results in rampant sleep loss for adolescents.