It’s long been common knowledge that China is the culprit, but now Donald Trump says it’s not. No sense in alienating your new friend.
President Barack Obama spent most of his time in office blaming President George W. Bush for everything and anything that didn’t go his way.
This mandatory schedule as a bribe to receive an education seems quite un-American to me.
The program “Baseball in American Culture” was delightful, but why no women on the panel?
It would provide missing and badly needed highway access between Pittsburgh’s eastern and southern suburban communities.
The disorganization and understaffing of the U.S. State Department hinder needed diplomatic efforts to mitigate famine.
Please contact your elected local and state representatives and ask them to put in place and enforce spay/neuter.
In reading “Henry Hillman Gave for the People, Not for Himself,” I am struck by the stark contrast to another billionaire — Donald Trump.
In all the mentions of Dan Rooney, I found Bill George’s (president emeritus of the Pennsylvania AFL-CIO) letter to be disheartening.
Please send an email or make a call to your state legislators urging them to prioritize passing Senate Bill 501.
Dan Rooney’s leadership and steadfast commitment to do what is right has made a tremendous difference for so many.
For addicted parents, it may make the difference between relapse and recovery.
I thought the April 21 editorial on Bill O’Reilly’s “comeuppance” (“The Fox News Star Gets His Just Deserts”) was “fair and balanced.”
If you knew your grandparents, thank science.
Seems like the punks get to stay as busy as ever concocting and distributing their deadly wares.
Thank you, Mr. Hillman, for being a mentor and friend to my dad. Thank you for making my city what it is today.
Dan Rooney, Eugene Phillips and Henry Hillman earned their good names.
It is ironic that after 20 years of hosting the “No Spin Zone,” Bill O’Reilly would be the final one to spin a story.
If we’re serious about developing the Lower Hill, we must stop thinking of it as an island by which access through it is perfunctory.
The Steelers’ success story kept us relevant in the national consciousness and gave those who were struggling a diversion every Sunday.
Once again I read an article saying Donald Trump won because he had a populist message for voters suffering economically.
Starling Marte was suspended 80 games for using a performance-enhancing drug. No challenge, no appeal, too bad.
Starling Marte will hear no cheers from me (“Pirates’ Marte Suspended for Using Steroids,” April 19).
And let us women of all faiths come together to tear down walls and build bridges.
Scientific research isn’t just good in general; it helped transform our city and region when much of the manufacturing economy stalled.
Donald Trump blames anything and everything on someone else.
Our country has a debt of almost $20 trillion.
Hart Hillman and W.J. Strassburger co-developed and owned the Grant Building.
On May 16, Aspinwall Democrats will choose four candidates to run for borough council in November.
Nuclear-powered aircraft carriers are hard to lose track of.
Bending and breaking of rules is encountered in every level of our social institutions.
Beth Samuel serves congregants throughout a 15-mile radius. It is also Sewickley’s local synagogue.
We have a very active membership with 85 families from Beaver, Allegheny, Lawrence and Butler counties.
West Virginia is proving to be light years ahead of Pennsylvania when it comes to progressively fighting drugs.
What is needed is an effective way for both the PWSA and affected properties to manage the cost of doing what must be done.
While they are considered an important means of expressing support for Israel, the bonds are also widely viewed as significant investments.
EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt’s war on public health and the environment has only just begun.
He never intended to release them. It was all an act, a show, another lying politician promising to drain the swamp.
The attack was the self-serving bravado of a blustering egomaniac to reverse his record-setting unpopularity.
There never was a war on coal. The industry is in decline due to good old-fashioned American competition from other sources of energy.
Law professor Bruce Ledewitz asserts that applying the “law as it is” instead of how it “ought to be” locks in an outdated worldview.
Many of the Trump supporters we know are highly educated and well-informed. We voted for policy and effectiveness, not for personality.
I was saddened to learn of Dan Rooney’s passing, but pleased to have had two experiences with him that those who mourn him might appreciate.
As a graduate of the Duquesne University School of Law, I am ashamed of my alma mater for failing to recognize and collectively bargain
Ira Weiss’ warning about the so-called property tax reform being discussed in Harrisburg is a chilling reminder.
There’s a lot of road construction going on now, and instead of getting frustrated and angry, No. 1, leave a little earlier if you can.
As PSO violinist Chris Wu said, “I look at how to play Beethoven’s Symphony No. 5 differently because of Dudamel.”
It was encouraging to read the April 12 article concerning methane leaks and the detection systems used in tracking down the deadly gas.
I am old enough to remember what it was like when steel was no longer thriving and what that looked like in Pittsburgh.
I am writing on behalf of our chairman and board of directors to thank the people of our city for their excellent volunteerism.