Jill Stein is filing for recounts, but it’s too late for her to help Hillary Clinton.
Dec. 7, 1941, is a date that lives not only in infamy, but also in the lives of us all.
Hundreds of state employees shouldn’t have to worry about being laid off this holiday season.
Pretty worried. President Trump will be able to follow through on a number of his campaign promises without congressional action.
The world is migrating to the internet, where countries don’t rule, companies do.
How has Pittsburgh changed? Let a retired investment manager count the ways.
You were on the wild side, she says after half / a century and, Remind me, what’s your name, again? ...
He knew almost everything, could fix almost everything, and led the way on great adventures.
Millions of Trump voters stand to lose their health insurance coverage.
Repose presupposes a fantasy world in which stability is self-sustaining without the United States. It is not. We would incur chaos.
Thundu Sherpa was a giant figure among the climbers of Everest.
Congress should make sure retired miners continue to receive their health care and pension benefits.
Labor laws should protect the low-level pros.
Straddling L.A. and Pittsburgh, I can tell you that we are all in this together.
Hillary Clinton’s version seems elitist and out of touch with the times.
That said, the U.S. embargo should not be reimposed on Cuba.
History tells us to expect a lot of delays, complications and confusion.
Trump is undermining faith in our free and fair elections.
Trump should keep his voters in mind and rebuild America.
Concentrate on the promises you made, Mr. President-Elect: national security, fair trade, jobs and hope for the long-forgotten working man.
Mitch McConnell should stop bottling up a bill to protect retired coal miners.
Nuclear power is unpopular, and gas is cleaner than coal.
Russia’s interference in our election is a huge story that’s been largely ignored.
Suicide among young people remains rare, but the fact that it is on the rise is reason for alarm.
The communist leader’s staying power resulted in decades of bleakness.
Liberals show how disconnected they are from America’s heartland.
Still needy and boastful, he sands down his edges as president-elect.
Scrapping the Paris accord matters less than investing in green-energy innovations.
We must defend one another, and perhaps, as we do, redefine one another as well
Anti-trade-deal warriors are fighting yesterday’s battles instead of facing new realities
You’ve probably never heard of Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz, but his should be a household name
We fling them into devices and speed-read them on screens and then find ourselves losing the point
East Liberty celebrated Christmas with well-stocked shops and a huge parade, writes Jim Busch
Things to be thankful for this holiday season.
Democrats are finally beginning to question the wisdom of basing their fortunes on identity politics.
Why paper-folding academics sitting around agreeing with each other’s righteousness don’t get the working class
Donald Trump’s election could be ‘an extinction-level event.’
They already are the safest way to transport natural gas – and getting safer.
Trump critics like me might learn something if we do.
Oh, don’t the days seem lank and long
Test your knowledge of our first holiday’s history and traditions.
But first, the company has to sell enough SUVs.
Americans don’t appreciate their allies’ sacrifices.
Government shouldn’t use force against Indian protesters.
Democrats should clear the way for an heir to the House minority leader.
Trump rode in on howling winds of change stirred up in the momentous year of 2007.
And here's how we can meet their mandate.
For their own credibility, social media giants must work to weed out the lies and propaganda.
The 2016 campaign was a crisis for conservatism; its aftermath is a crisis for liberalism.
Democrats must put up clear resistance to odious decisions by Donald Trump.