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The two newly announced presidential candidates face very different challenges.
We can learn a lot from other cities’ surveillance policies.
Both candidates have solid credentials, but Todd Eagen’s predisposition to a specific class of petitioners should cause voters concern.
The foundation said Thursday it would no longer take donations from many countries, just a few. (Australia’s OK, Qatar is not.)
Sixty-eight make kidney donation work, Rep. Jordan Harris wants later bar closings and Pittsburgh Water and Sewer customers get more help.
What alternatives to war are available in this turbulent, violent era?
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.
Shrinking legroom is not only uncomfortable, it’s a safety issue, too.
Only by trying new policies do we have a chance of ending our national paranoia regarding future terrorist attacks.
Mr. Kelly says he respects the rabbi who refused to marry him and his beloved. Would he respect hoteliers who refused to host the reception?
Jack Kelly’s opening salvo last week was a familiar one from the right: Gay marriage is expressly forbidden by God as written in the Bible.
Academe treats students like fragile flowers.
With that kind of scoring, the Penguins could make it an interesting firsr-round series against the New York Rangers.
Campaign finance reform? Good luck with that.
Yinzers are about to get their day on TV, alas. A production group is combing our hills and valleys for a family to misrepresent the region.
Children of the Dark Ages (in the middle half of the last century) were taught to “Stop, look and listen” before crossing a street.
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.
Former Steelers lineman Chukky Okobi has a large tent on the property that he would like to continue offering for social events.
She got a one-week suspension for an offense -- hurling insults at a towing company clerk -- that demands stiffer punishment.
I object to the disgusting depiction that all white police officers defend and support the actions involved in a hideous crime.
Of course, our politicians are tripping over each other to bloviate about the unfairness of it all. But that hot air will only be temporary.
I was born and raised across from the entrance on 40th Street.
We always got to the top of the wall, walked down and sometimes back up. This was part of our playground.
With so little offense, perhaps the Penguins need to use Crosby and Malkin together more often if not always.
The Pirates win all summer long. / Their poets write so gladly. / Polish weddings are designated / by tonnage of cabbage rolls ...
As I was buying aromatic cigars, a fellow customer said, “Want some skunk, man?” I apologize for my befuddlement. Rodents are not my thing.
Keynes’ theories have worked where they’ve been tried.
There’s something surreal about Hillary Clinton’s Marie Antoinette tour, sampling cake and commoners. But what else can she do?
My son has autism and a lot of people just don’t get it.
It’s going to take more than nice words and good intentions, Ms. Clinton.
RadioShack in its recent bankruptcy filings listed customer information among its assets up for auction.
Because there is no Republican on the ballot, the winner of next month’s primary is all but assured election.
A reserve deputy in Tulsa County was charged with second-degree manslaughter in the shooting death of a suspected illegal gun dealer.
Is it really shocking to read that Russian President Vladimir Putin lifted a ban on Russian missile sales to Iran?
Arms exports are needed to help the U.S. arms industry maintain production levels at a time of decreasing U.S. military expenditures,
Did anyone tried to unfairly influence the endorsement process of an LGBT political group?
Enough of the bike lanes already.
When will the richest country in the world adopt a single-payer system so we can get quality health care at a reasonable cost?
People form co-ops for housing and food, so why not energy?
I wanted to escape this ghost town 20 years ago; now there’s no escaping that it’s a real, thriving city.
Counterfeiting cases pose a more serious risk here than once might have been presumed.
Troy Polamalu has retired.
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.
The Post-Gazette endorses Deb Gross for the Democratic nomination.
Belgium’s ambassador to the U.S., Johan Verbeke, in a visit Tuesday refused to apply “declinism” to Europe, the U.S. or their relations.
The heroic efforts to protect him, including a fundraising drive to pay for armed guards, are tragically necessary.