I used to live in Pittsburgh 20 years ago and had not seen the Market Square area for quite some time.
TV media were more interested in ratings than in doggedly pursuing the truth.
He likes to reference Ronald Reagan as a role model, but Mr. Reagan never behaved this way.
He personally visited classrooms at Logan Elementary in East Allegheny School District to distribute backpacks filled with school supplies.
This past Saturday evening, as we dined at an outdoor restaurant in Market Square, a violent fight occurred in the square.
It was disappointing to read the Investment Company Institute’s misinformation about a change to Pa.’s unclaimed property laws.
Peter Kohnke’s criteria for president of the United States would exclude 12 previous presidents.
Donald Trump believes his “off-the-cuff” statements are signs of straight talk, whereas they are signs of the lack of civility.
Americans must not dismiss five years of hateful, racist speech with a period at the end of a sentence.
Thank you, retired police officer Joe Poniewaz (“Parents Need to Do Something About Shootings,” Sept. 16 letters) for telling it like it is.
I was moved to write this letter after reading Therese McKenzie’s letter (“Police Shootings Stem From a Nation Awash in Guns,” Sept. 23).
Our family appreciates the attention paid to my aunt, a Pittsburgh-born artist who had a troubled life but left wonderful work.
The left is not hiding its desire to make America a socialist country.
Civil discourse is the foundation of a strong democracy.
His attack on Kate McGinty was full of hot air.
The electoral democracy we live in needs people to participate, no matter how uninspiring the candidates seem.
Nobody gets pregnant in order to have an abortion, but that choice should be available when other methods fail.
How is it that assailants, supposed thugs, get prison terms for the deaths of unborn children while abortionists do the very same thing?
Liquidated, money seems to flow uphill very well. But once there, it seems to freeze.
Instead of relying on the floodgates, use one of the fundamental forces in nature that has been dependable for eons of time.
As a Muslim-American and a former New Yorker, I found last weekend’s cascade of domestic violence especially troubling.
The Defense Department should spend less time trying to figure out which bathroom everyone should use and more time on actual defense.
Author Thomas Frank explains in his books why lower-middle class and lower-class people vote Republican.
Now imagine if the president of the United States who said these things was black.
I have been mailed the wrong forms four times! Every person I have talked to gives me totally different information.
The Treasury asked for technical changes to resolve ambiguities in dormancy rules. The changes do not put “retirement savings at risk.”
The commercials for Pat Toomey and Katie McGinty are insulting.
I was shocked that Rep. Jason Ortitay deemed it necessary to bring Kim Stolfer of Firearms Owners Against Crime to our meeting.
As Muslims who care about this country, we invite people to join us for a weekly “Coffee, Cake & True Islam” initiative.
On Nov. 8, we must decide if we want the GOP agenda or the progressive results we need.
Those who are outraged by the NFL players’ refusal to stand during the national anthem misinterpret their protest.
Mr. Kaepernick needs to sit during the national anthem.
I remained seated as a protest against the appalling actions of our government.
Why are the police afraid of guns?
Eugene dedicated his life to serving the least among us.
This upcoming election should not be about personalities but about American principles.
He has given legitimacy to voices we’ve tried so hard to move past in this nation — the extremists, the racists, the women haters.
I hereby offer to drive those planning to vote for Donald Trump to somewhere away from their polling places on Election Day.
The Pittsburgh Promise has seen firsthand the need to bolster learning and ambition in children as early as possible.
I have witnessed other superintendents appoint out-of-town cabinet members that they feel will best advance their agendas.
This way, the electorate will have some idea how the candidate has dealt with diverse constituencies and political battles.
She has presented the first-in-class solution to mitigate against impending damages by climate change.
It is so difficult for some to acknowledge that we — not God — are responsible for the evil in this world.
By saddling the PWSA with these debts, the ability of the PWSA to maintain, yet alone improve, water and sewer systems has been compromised.
I had to re-read Keith Burris’ column (“This Is What They Think of Us,” Sept. 14) as I was stunned the first time. Does he have amnesia?
Regarding the Sept. 14 column by Keith Burris of the Toledo Blade (“This Is What They Think of Us”): When you consider how repulsive Donald
If we all work together proactively, we may be able to get the guns and drugs off the street and young people productively into the schools.
Skip the expensive gates that don’t work well. If it’s heavy rain, send about six police cars to block off the streets that’ll be flooded.
We are now in our seventh year of living Downtown. It just keeps getting better.
I’ve worked Downtown for many years and have lamented the lack of a police presence.