The court has four vacancies among 10 active judgeships.
The community schools initiative is a part of the solution and is based on evidence and best practices.
Steelers fans are famous for traveling to away games in large numbers and twirling their Terrible Towels.
Pope Francis is right to denounce media that spread disinformation. But did he clearly see the evil spouting from willfully false sources?
Researchers at UPMC and the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine may have figured out how to stop the “invisible killer.”
Donald Trump’s words have been dissected or extrapolated out of context.
The United States has been at war in Afghanistan since 2001, after the 9/11 attacks.
Democrats would love siding with Trump against privatization.
Dorie Miller was the first African-American to win the Navy Cross.
The Pittsburgh Public School board voted 7-1 to keep Regina Holley as board president for another year.
Our federal courts are in a state of crisis; this is especially true in Pennsylvania.
As a small-business man, I have rallied behind every president who was elected, regardless of party.
I urge the Pennsylvania electors to take their responsibilities seriously and to withdraw Mr. Trump from consideration for president.
I have noticed with dismay that news regarding our world’s changing climate is relegated to the second page of your fine newspaper.
The building was long known to be a potential firetrap. It was not permitted for residential use, but people were living there.
AGH workers organized for better pay, and UPMC will raising entry-level pay by 2019. The reality is that active workers get attention.
The campaign by the Green Party, at this point, can only be seen as a last-ditch effort to gum up the election by any means possible.
The president-elect will find that some of his promises are a lot easier to keep than others.
Donald Trump should reach out to Democrats, who, after all, got more votes.
Yahya Jammeh, who came to power in a military coup d’etat and was in power for 22 years, was fully expected to win. He lost to Adama Barrow.
Because the sanctity of all life is a core principle of our belief system, it feels unconscionable to vote for a person who is pro-choice.
They have voted more than 60 times to repeal the ACA. They wasted all that time, and they don’t have an alternative plan yet?
Two philosophies cherished most by Republicans are free trade and getting the government off the backs of business.
Regarding his Supreme Court nomination, it is not the Senate’s shame; it is the Republican Party’s shame!
Despite what some may have heard, PNC does not provide, and has never provided, project financing for the Dakota Access Pipeline.
I extend my congratulations to the planners, participants and WPXI for presenting this outstanding event.
Sadly, Dan Simpson, in his column last week, continues the Post-Gazette’s history of misinformation pertaining to charter schools.
It’s unorthodox, but tools are available to make it work.
Instant replay: Coming to a voting booth near you?
Our president-elect made a campaign commitment to policies that would result in 25 million new jobs over the next 10 years.
Ex-Green Party leader Alexander Van der Bellen defeated Norbert Hofer of the Freedom Party, which has some Nazi roots.
Mr. Delligatti, who died Nov. 28 at 98, invented the signature item on McDonald’s menu and the best-selling sandwich of all time.
The president-elect is not inspiring confidence with his Cabinet picks.
One man has created uncertainty for millions of managers of businesses, not to mention employees, across the U.S.
The pennants are too small and have become tattered and faded. In addition, a few have fallen from the light poles.
I’d like to address the liberal press and progressive Democrats who cannot seem to get over the presidential election.
Patricia Cain addressed “these weeping females” who believe the election is “about their feelings and emotions as women.” What rot!
Announcement of alternative route gives activists hope after things were building toward a traumatic and violent climax.
A gunman ‘investigates’ a pizzeria for operating a sex ring supposedly connected to Hillary Clinton.
It’s the Annette Doves in this world who keep you hopeful.
The possible return of the old department store’s name is a welcome dose of good cheer.
Two members of the Allegheny County lockup’s Oversight Board raised concerns about the number of pregnant women housed there.
Another European referendum, this time Italy’s on Sunday, has brought the downfall of a prime minister, this time Matteo Renzi.
On behalf of the arts and culture community, I want to thank the Allegheny Regional Asset District for the good news of the 2017 budget.
Congress is developing an appetite to change Medicare to a voucher system. Here is what is not being said.
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.
Charity becomes toxic when it’s maybe more about what makes the giver feel good than about what truly helps the recipient.
Would confirming Gen. Mattis, a retired four-star general, endanger the nation’s founding tradition of civilian control of the military?