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Although where ‘here’ is, I’m not really sure, explains writer WALTER G. MEYER
Cheaper natural gas is boosting the American economy, especially manufacturing, write analysts HAROLD L. SIRKIN and MICHAEL ZINSER
Facts that speak for themselves.
Time waits for no player in the NFL, not even well-respected and big-hearted former Steelers linebacker Larry Foote.
I thank Dr. Cyril Wecht for his interesting and objective Forum commentary “The Mythology of Marijuana” (March 2).
I agree that the personal use of marijuana needs to be decriminalized and medical uses explored, but there are further considerations.
Thank you for the coverage of National History Day at the Heinz History Center in last Sunday’s Post-Gazette.
The Pirates should pay tribute to the late great player by wearing a suitable uniform sleeve patch this season.
PG staff writer Robert Zullo, a former crime reporter in Louisiana, says HBO's 'True Detective' has been all-too true to life so far
It deters many people from public service, and it makes staffing the government outrageously time-consuming.
What the world sees is a pattern of bluster and retreat by a president reluctant to exercise leadership or protect American interests.
We lead the industrialized world in gun violence for one primary reason: There are too many guns and they are easier and easier to obtain.
Studies show that students who eat school breakfast have better attendance and 17.5 percent higher math scores than those who skip the meal.
In nature, some species disguise themselves in order to appear innocuous. That happens in politics too.
New ideas, sharp opinions
We know what Jesus and Pope Francis would do for the poorest and most vulnerable.
Times were different when Henry Cabot Lodge emerged from obscurity to win New Hampshire. The primary ballot in 1964: a foot and a half long.
On March 9, 1964,the Supreme Court gavenew force to the First Amendment, explain editor DAVID M. SHRIBMAN and lawyer FRITZ BYERS
To those who think America is conducting a war on coal, it’s time to pay attention to a giant coal company’s war on Americans.
A radio legend passes on; some take ashes to the streets; and signs of spring are on the horizon.
Their worldviews are similar, but Putin is more opportunist than ideologue, explains columnist CHARLES LANE,
Writer Charlotte Allen describes how Lego earned the wrath of the ‘gender-neutral toys’ crowd.
Green methods of reducing runoff and pollution are proliferating around Pittsburgh, reports the parks conservancy’s MEG CHEEVER
Why can’t police be judge, jury and executioner, just like individuals who have been given those rights under “stand your ground” laws?
UPMC is only concerned about how many Ben Franklins it can get.
It is not only in cancer care that these “facility charges” are being placed on bills for treatment in a doctor’s office.
Let us hope that someday all holidays may be celebrated not just for picnics and a day off but for the true meaning.
Just a quick note to tell you what a good time we had during our recent visit to Pittsburgh.
In fact, it’s just the opposite: America has less social mobility than most other advanced countries.
The Russia I know is Vladimir Malkin, Evgeni’s father, bringing me in for a hug before we’d even shared a word.
“Porkology,” no urban pathology. Race music sociology.
What are the terms and conditions demanded by those who lend billions and trillions to our profligate president and squandering Congress?
Would Russian President Vladimir Putin have lunged for Ukraine if he didn’t have such a clueless adversary?
Although Congress is rejecting it, the plan summarizes the president’s immediate economic agenda and distinguishes it from GOP priorities.
Bill Peduto has taken the mystery out of the mayor’s office by posting his daily schedule online.
A 15-yard penalty won't get to the problem behind the use of the 'n-word' on the professional football field. Try some enlightenment first.
For decades a small but elite group of anti-God propagandists have “spun” an alternate reality.
Just exactly how does another person’s sexual preference specifically threaten your everyday life?”
But as Benjamin Franklin famously observed: “The way to see by faith is to shut the eye of reason.”
I believe that an employer that can pay its top executives millions has the ability to start making our needs a priority.
These establishments deserve monthly inspections.
Good talent will be lost due to these new processes.
Russia is the land of oligarchs, but we're getting catching up.
Hello, people … Obama didn’t invade Ukraine, Putin did.
Pennsylvania shouldn't tax people who help us in times of need.
The Corbett administration is taking steps to preserve food assistance that would have been choked off by the new federal farm bill.
The Chinese government’s difficulties with the Uighur minority in its western-most Xinjiang region seem to be increasing.
The military is studying several factors in an attempt to explain the increase in suicides.
Twenty-nine percent of respondents in a Kaiser Health News tracking poll Feb. 26 say they’ve been hurt by Obamacare.
Booster of Providence, R.I., sees lots of benefits to cooperation between his city, Pittsburgh and other smallish cities.