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Mexico’s Xalisco Boys have reached into Pittsburgh and set up a nationwide distribution network that rivals Amway.
What would happen if I refused to shake hands with Jews or sit next to black men?
The Pennsylvania Supreme Court makes decisions vital to women’s health.
New federal regulations should be as strong as Pennsylvania’s.
In fact, they have not been fighting each other for centuries.
The classic World War II morale booster, the work of a freelance artist named J. Howard Miller, was inspired by Pittsburgh workers.
My dad will carry me through the Pittsburgh he loved.
I could almost hear my thigh go ’sproing’ and now my daughter wants to try out.
Discredited GOP ideas just keep shambling along
Obama’s wish that Iran become a “very successful regional power” — a nightmare for Western-oriented Arab states — is becoming a reality.
Each generation’s future is built on smart public investment.
In the end, even Mitch McConnell voted for the new attorney general.
Can Hillary Clinton attract both conservative and liberal women?
Just being a cog in the machinery of death is no excuse.
I have become a conscientious objector and will not administer them any more.
They must reach an agreement soon on Medicare Advantage plans.
Search on CEO and see how many women show up.
After mass shootings, support for gun rights goes up, not down.
She believes in Israel and Palestinian rights, but not in bombing civilians.
Hillary has once again overcorrected her campaign style.
An old New Deal law highlights the silly and sinister in government.
The world responded slowly to the outbreak but eventually rallied. Now it is time to extend a hand for rebuilding.
We can learn a lot from other cities’ surveillance policies.
I can think of seven reasons, 24/7 cable TV news and the Internet among them.
Perhaps, but the president has little to do with it.
The real worry is how much easier it would be for a country to decide on war if it didn’t have to see lots of its own soldiers get killed.
Campaign finance reform? Good luck with that.
Shrinking legroom is not only uncomfortable, it’s a safety issue, too.
Hazel Cope says he, like so many British soldiers, was involved in one of the worst disasters of World War I and lucky to get out of alive.
Keynes’ theories have worked where they’ve been tried.
My son has autism and a lot of people just don’t get it.
As I was buying aromatic cigars, a fellow customer said, “Want some skunk, man?” I apologize for my befuddlement. Rodents are not my thing.
The Pirates win all summer long. / Their poets write so gladly. / Polish weddings are designated / by tonnage of cabbage rolls ...
There’s something surreal about Hillary Clinton’s Marie Antoinette tour, sampling cake and commoners. But what else can she do?
It’s going to take more than nice words and good intentions, Ms. Clinton.
Zionists should applaud the Holocaust event at Pitt
Many part-time professorsrely on public assistance.
Xi Jinping is betting that repression won’t kill innovation.
Liberals are sticking the label on just about everything.
His death was seen as redeeming the nation, but the work goes ever on among the living.
Though we will pay a price in privacy and the quality of our relationships.
Pitt shouldn’t support groups that paint Israelis as modern-day Nazis
They are the victims in a pathetic fight over parenting.
Yes, Hillary Clinton is running, but 2016 is about the parties, not the personalities
Get a standing desk; sitting down all day is going to kill you.
Some groups say the “family-friendly” version of YouTube made by Google uses “unfair and deceptive practices” in marketing to children.
We keep repeating the same mistakes in our failing war against terror
Stricken with ALS in his 40s, Neil Alexander of O’Hara did even more than put on a brave fight: He rallied donors and inspired everyone.
I would like to apologize now to the driver who kills me.
And the low price of beer, wine and spirits is literally killing us.