Voters want authenticity, which Hillary Clinton is failing to deliver.
Some GOP candidates should be planning a graceful exit.
We like our wars to be fought out of sight and out of mind.
Pittsburgh cannot afford to tell itself ‘It can’t happen here.'
Hillary Clinton would blow up a compromise in the abortion wars that has held for 40 years
One is to focus not only on distressed neighborhoods, but also on making stable neighborhoods stronger.
The Texas senator is just as likely to win the GOP nomination as anyone else who’s running.
He’s not as interesting as some pundits thought.
I doubt even 1 percent of tonight’s TV audience will consider the ethics of their entertainment.
Charles Goldblum was wrongly convicted of murder 40 years ago, writes former PG staffer David Bear, who is editing a book on the case.
There’s not much of Squirrel Hill in the Louisiana Delta.
It’s getting undeserved flak from both sides of the aisle.
The train I rode used to roll by here when I was on my way / out of what I have since gone back to . . .
Coach Wick told us to practice on our own; we did, and we won.
He represents a new generation, but does he have anything new to say?
Here’s a bipartisan proposal to make Obamacare work.
Just when she’s on a roll, Clinton reveals her greed and cluelesness.
We college presidents must join with coaches, parents and fans to protect our student-athletes
Iowans turn out in record numbers and dethrone Donald Trump.
We'll be outsourcing all the positions to robots.
U.S. foreign policy needs an overhaul, but our presidential candidates don’t seem to get it.
The tiny margin of victory should sharpen her campaign.
The other ‘mainstream’ candidates will go after him, but catching him now will not be easy.
If you want to put a Rebel soldier on a pedestal, I nominate James Longstreet.
Her father shot her in the head because she ran off to get married.
Guns bought on the site with no background checks have been used in crimes.
The Donald is a hugely exaggerated version of us all.
The Republican candidate’s fondness for tariffs will not lead to economic growth-igniting change.
Having failed to kill New York City’s carriage-horse industry, Mayor Bill de Blasio has settled for crippling it.
There are many reasons to be excited about our country’s future.
The email scandal shows how courts in this state remain in the hands of the good-old-boy network.
Political correctness may run amok at liberal colleges, but what about Christian correctness at conservative colleges?
They’re not as dirty as Iowa’s favorite subsidized substance — corn ethanol.
America’s slipping a bit in the freedom rankings.
Jeb Bush’s policy chops don’t count in the polls.
Black History Month is a good occasion for remembering African-American heroes in Pittsburgh’s sports history writes Richard ‘Pete’
Everybody loves a parade, right? Well, I don’t ....
Oligarchy is not the only root of our political evils.
I haven’t seen it in years, but I have been ‘Branded’.
Through the bare trees the sirens are singing / The mourning women and the police cars / The cold keening ...
Primary phenomena 2016
The 2016 race has turned into an epic contest between the ethno-nationalist populism of Trump and traditional conservatism in two varieties.
The Bundy gang sees the world as good guys vs. bad guys.
But natural gas remains a boon to Pennsylvania.
The presidential candidates should be made to address congressional reform.
The billionaire former mayor could buy some votes, but not the election.
A Texas investigation is the latest to find no wrongdoing.
For America’s national parks, 2016 was supposed to start differently. On Jan. 1, the National Park Service kicked off its centennial
Vietnam, Cambodia and Laos merit considerable American attention.