It is quite evident the Democratic Party was handed a complete denunciation of its mantra.
Trumpism seems to violate that spirit in its spokesperson’s rhetoric and political appointments.
In response to Joanne Kosar’s Nov. 30 letter (“Disgraceful Behavior”): Please spare me your self-righteous indignation.
Why would the Port Authority spend $120 million to $140 million to build expensive infrastructure to service natural-gas-fueled buses?
For many years manufacturing executives have claimed that there is a “labor gap” in manufacturing jobs.
I have lived in Mt. Lebanon for over 50 years and I cannot believe what we have become.
Looking to the Legislature for solutions to problems created by the same bunch seems an exercise in futility.
I know from experience the Republican Party has never done anything for any union.
If we are going to hand businesses a pile of cash through these policy changes, isn’t it fair to increase the minimum wage also?
Let’s give Forest Hills and the Atom Smasher and all that it represents the honored place in history that it deserves.
A low-flying and loud propeller plane circling a city to celebrate an Air Force navigator’s retirement was bad judgment.
I hope that anyone who does business with PNC will let the bank know that he or she objects to this project and the abuse it represents.
With millions of lovely dogs being euthanized in this country daily, we cannot afford to continue supporting such a barbaric industry.
Now is the time to invest and advance innovation; technology will continue to move forward even as environmental policy moves backward.
My America believes in protecting those in the minority.
Picture his hand on the red button.
Personality flaws in a leader don’t necessarily prevent honorable goals from being executed.
Mr. Trump, if you’re going to look at health care, don’t just look at an errant shoot. Pull the miserable plant up by the root and figure
One of the most successful aspects of the Affordable Care Act was the provision of states to expand Medicaid.
College is unaffordable in this country.
The PG ignored the most important trait of Castro’s ideology as leader of the Cuban revolution.
Chasing a suspected drug felon does not warrant risking lives. Chasing a stolen car does not warrant risking a life.
When I first visited Cuba, I noted the enthusiasm of people to protect the gains of universal health care, child care and public education.
When I moved to Pittsburgh in 2009, my cab driver told me that Pittsburgh was the greatest city in the world because of waves of immigrants.
Breitbart became a website where a mix of real racists and anti-establishment mischief-makers would post hate speech and misogynist memes.
What terrible words I have been hearing from those who didn’t agree with the outcome of the election.
Whose bright idea was it to put gory, gruesome pictures of dead deer on the front page of the Local News section on Tuesday?
With reference to the Nov. 29 Local News section “Opening Day Bounty” pictures:
Even though Donald Trump won the election, he still is questioning the legitimacy of the election.
Upcoming leadership says coal will return. It is contrary to fact, and it is just one instance of cruel and devilish manipulation.
For Ms. Clinton to have won, the American people would have had to say that the Democrats may continue to dupe and make fools of us.
Mr. Trump joins a select group of presidents who lost the popular vote (think Bush v. Gore) and won because of Madison’s system.
We Americans, by and large, are being governed without our consent.
It’s shortsighted to not placing more emphasis on space exploration, the only gateway to the survival of the life as it now exists on Earth.
The call for “change” couldn’t have been louder. And now we have it. Democrats, let’s look forward to more change.
This is in response to the Nov. 23 article “Canonsburg Gunman Left No Manifesto.”
Create a “51st state” with 50 electoral votes; this “51st state” would be won by the candidate receiving the most popular votes.
My generation was raised in part by June Cleaver, Shirley Partridge and Carol Brady.
This is in response to Mike Tobias’ letter, “Manufacturing Needs the Skills of Talented Students” (Nov. 24).
As a recently laid-off steelworker, I am eligible for benefits under the Trade Adjustment Assistance Re-authorization Act of 2015.
I have been disappointed that the congressman has thus far had no public condemnation of Donald Trump’s mockery of people with disabilities.
Parents seem to be upset over the Catholic Diocese of Pittsburgh’s mission to regionalize the grade school system.
Dick Thornburgh was U.S. attorney from 1969-1975. He took a sleepy office to new heights of law enforcement excellence.
I read your report “Back Pay: Are Financial Incentives Driving the Surge in Back Surgeries?” (Nov. 20) and would like to add some comments.
We have recent history in the George W. Bush era that when a questionable election was not disputed disaster ensued.
America needs a uniter and a leader, not a 3 a.m. tweeter!
House Speaker Paul Ryan and others should stop calling the Republican Party “the party of Lincoln.”
Regarding the Nov. 8 election, about 47 percent of eligible voters never bothered showing up at the polls.
This is in response to the Nov. 21 article “Pittsburgh Councilwoman Targets Gender Discrimination.”
Your recent article on the Google Street View cars that sniff out gas leaks confirms my faith in technology and the people behind it.