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Nation-states are decaying all over the world as globalization takes its toll.
There should be a medical emergency force ready to fight outbreaks like Ebola.
They need our help, yet many would-be allies carp about their own issues.
The get-rich-quick town is going broke … again
The desire of many in Scotland to separate from the United Kingdom affects much more than economics. It’s a matter of ethnic pride.
To his political detriment, Sen. Charles Goodell tried to force Richard Nixon to withdraw troops faster from Vietnam.
No, Apple. This time you have gone too far.
The largest veterans advocacy organization in the country was founded here 100 years ago, recounts historian JONATHAN NEU.
I’ve lost two brothers to drug addiction. Our lawmakers can help other families avoid this fate, writes consultant JASON SNYDER.
Sure, make more bike lanes, but Pittsburgh has bigger transportation issues to deal with.
Conservative candidates are coming out for birth control, but not for everybody, explains the American Prospect’s PAUL WALDMAN.
At the least the president appears to believe he’s on the right track
On race-shaming, teacher fantasies and more ...
Facts that speak for themselves.
Lawrenceville historian Jude Wudarczyk unearths the details of a 19th-century battle with an unlikely plaintiff.
I covered her first escape from the circus, but there was another one ...
We need to make sure everyone has good dental care.
Independence would be fiscal folly.
The first I saw of Ella without teeth
Mr. Obama’s reluctance and ambivalence to taking on the Islamic State are obvious.
If you can throw, catch or punt or otherwise assist down the field a leather spheroid 11 inches across and 22 around, you are set for life.
The laptop makes clear that its owner has one huge passion: destruction.
Obama wanted to try another experiment in unilateral government, was persuaded it would hurt Democrats in the coming election and backed up.
The World Trade Center was always in my life, until it wasn’t anymore
Radical Islamism has declared war on Islam.
The college you go to doesn’t matter as much as the experience you have there.
Tim Murphy is raising the right issues but proposing the wrong solutions.
Employers often require applicants to have more schooling than they really need.
She has expressed interest in the job and Roger Goodell has blown it.
It will expand access to health care while saving taxpayers money.
The cost of turning rightward might be high for the Republican Party
It should not go the way of Facebook.
Social media or not, the president must deal with the world’s messy reality.
Scots have always gone their own way and soon could have their own country.
The feds’ new Pollinator Health Task Force seems like a bureaucratic flight of fancy.
The 1994 crash in Beaver County left behind one of the greatest mysteries in American aviation.
U.S. citizens used to enlist in foreign armies out of idealism; those fighting for the Islamic State, not so much
A Duquesne business professor offers one way to help close the income gap.
It's hard to say, but we will chase the Islamic State to them wherever they are.
Well, not really, but I may be able to sooner than you think, writes professor Noah Smith
New ideas / Sharp opinions
Europe is led by a country that doesn’t want the job.
Long before the Yeager Impoundment became a source of controversy, the site was part of Louise McClenathan family’s peaceful homestead.
Facts that speak for themselves.
Costs are going down, in part due to Obamacare
As our loved ones decline, we muddle through.
My grandmother used to call out, “Lenukai, valgyk!” — “Little Lenny, come eat!”
ISIS was an Egyptian goddess, / a protector and a healer ...
His stunning passivity in the face of a dictionary-definition invasion has confounded the Ukrainians and unnerved the East Europeans.
James Foley and Steven Sotloff reported real news from hard places