Congress has not prejudged the outcome of these negotiations.
The Republican budget only puts $8 million in restored funding back into K-12 education.
The court is to make rulings based on the clear language of our Constitution.
Why is it that the religious right wants government out of religion but wants religion in every part of our government.
Raise the penalty for hitting batters.
Caitlyn Jenner would be an instantly recognized individual to most.
The massacre at the Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church was a terrorist attack.
We all need to rise up and force our leaders to finally stand up to the gun lobby and choose life above politics and, yes, money.
The owners of the park at that time were the Henninger and McSwigan families, who were wonderful people
“We Can Do It” runs until Jan. 4.
Leaders must decide whether what is sold confuses people facing some of their biggest challenges.
Pittsburgh’s low rate obscures what is really happening, and it’s good.
I am proud that the newspaper refuses to be compromised by the power of UPMC.
It would be neighborly of officials to name the airport after the beloved Mr.Rogers.
The pledge is a timely call for men and boys to prevent domestic and sexual violence.
Pittsburgh cannot expect to be called an international airport while inconveniencing people.
Keep them Pittsburgh yellow!
I’ve read the article in last Saturday’s Post-Gazette about repainting the “Three Sisters” bridges during their impending refurbishment.
The Quinnipiac University poll released on June 17 asked Pennsylvanians if we thought Hillary Clinton was trustworthy and honest.
Health care should not be subject to the imperial ambitions of private corporations.
ELIC knows that effectively educating children from birth to age 5 is the key to growing a future talented workforce.
Fair funding of education is at the heart of the economic inequality and race issues in the United States.
Where is the hospital’s illustrious board?
The Post-Gazette slants its news against UPMC.
UPMC leadership at its arrogant finest is now publicly demonstrating its opinion of free speech.
Concerning Dan Moore’s June 16 article on CO2 sequestration in coal mines (“Clean Coal Research Projects Falter”), he is in error when he
There are far better ways to get “satisfaction.”
The real issue is why the UPMC is removing the PG from its gift shops.
I’ll be leaving my copy behind for others to read in the waiting room.
Will UPMC’s ban extend to employees’ reading habits, or worse?
UPMC’s decision to pull PGs from its shelves is arrogant and petty.
A newspaper isn’t trying hard enough if it doesn’t upset somebody.
Patients love their UPMC doctors but not the corporate bully.
A captive audience should have its newspaper.
The Post-Gazette’s editorial was a masterpiece.
Highmark patients aren’t allowed at UPMC either.
If UPMC wants positive recognition, it should be more responsible to the community.
PG articles could have done more to show how the Magna Carta is and isn’t applied today.
We cannot protect the planet if there are far too many people for it to support.
We must address both fossil fuels and population to protect the Earth.
Mt. Lebanon commissioners aren’t listening to experts about non-lethal ways to control the deer population.
You don’t want to see them dying of chronic wasting disease.
The Confederate flag is shameful because it represents Southern states that committed treason.
Why does so much hate exist in our country?
We need to ask each other what we can change so that we do not travel the same path to profound sadness and unexplainable loss again.
Do the media and our elected leaders treat mass violence against whites and blacks differently, as terrorism versus hatred?
Fox “News” wouldn’t go near the term “hate crime” in early reporting on the church shooting in Charleston, S.C.
Wake up, America! Look at countries like Britain where shootings are rare.
Maybe Kristen Stepanczuk could have chosen another parish, but I can understand her feeling of exclusion.
Providing care at home is preferred and cost-effective.