As Pittsburghers rethink the way we get around I took a walk along a North Hills trolley right of way that had its last run 86 years ago.
Dan Rooney, Eugene Phillips and Henry Hillman earned their good names.
It is ironic that after 20 years of hosting the “No Spin Zone,” Bill O’Reilly would be the final one to spin a story.
A fraternity was told it was ‘appropriating culture.’ Administrators won’t say which.
The poison of politics brings us the complex racket.
If we’re serious about developing the Lower Hill, we must stop thinking of it as an island by which access through it is perfunctory.
The Steelers’ success story kept us relevant in the national consciousness and gave those who were struggling a diversion every Sunday.
Alcoa and Pittsburgh are both poorer for the company leadership’s 11-year distance from Pittsburgh. With luck, the company will rebound.
Major League Baseball made the right call in suspending Pirates outfielder Starling Marte for 80 games.
With so many of the region’s roads and bridges in poor shape, it would be an awful shame to waste a huge sum on a project that isn’t needed.
While Trump is criticized for having ‘no policies,’ consider the value of acting as situation warrants
In Montreal 50 years ago, a World’s Fair captured the world’s imagination.
Private corporation enlists power of the state to enforce capricious regulations — enjoy your flight!
Once again I read an article saying Donald Trump won because he had a populist message for voters suffering economically.
Starling Marte was suspended 80 games for using a performance-enhancing drug. No challenge, no appeal, too bad.
Starling Marte will hear no cheers from me (“Pirates’ Marte Suspended for Using Steroids,” April 19).
And let us women of all faiths come together to tear down walls and build bridges.
The crisis with North Korea may appear trumped up. It’s not. North Korea is headed for a nuclear breakout.
Why does public discussion of job loss focus so intensely on mining and manufacturing, while virtually ignoring big service-sector declines?
Yes, we need a zippier way between town and Oakland.
The candidates are spread across the political spectrum, from left to right and with special French characteristics in between.
Dish Osteria — my “third place,” after work and home — is closing today.
Compulsory military service might be the best way to stitch the social fabric back together
Right beneath our feet is an answer to Pennsylvania’s economic woes, writes former gas drilling company executive Christine Toretti
Uber does not produce its own cars, and its prototypes appear to perform less reliably than others.
Sorry Americans, Canada’s prime minister isn’t really standing up to Trump.
The teaching profession may never be a perfect demographic mirror of the nation’s students, but it should be closer than it is.
Karl Smith needed a stress reliever, so he started pounding on strangers’ stories on an old typewriter, explains Jim Mandelaro
— what use all these words
Scientific research isn’t just good in general; it helped transform our city and region when much of the manufacturing economy stalled.
Donald Trump blames anything and everything on someone else.
Our country has a debt of almost $20 trillion.
Hart Hillman and W.J. Strassburger co-developed and owned the Grant Building.
On May 16, Aspinwall Democrats will choose four candidates to run for borough council in November.
It didn’t take long for her pregnancy glow to get overshadowed by the typical mess of speculation we reserve for a pregnant woman’s career.
Sexual harassment starts young, and often goes unnoticed or is minimized.
Americans can, and should, stand up to the president.
Bill O’Reilly is out of a job.
It’s only appropriate that one of Bill O’Reilly’s final accusers before he was let go at Fox News was a black female clerical worker.
Nuclear-powered aircraft carriers are hard to lose track of.
Bending and breaking of rules is encountered in every level of our social institutions.
Applications to Canadian universities are up.
The NFL should separate itself from gambling and require players to do so, too.
Beth Samuel serves congregants throughout a 15-mile radius. It is also Sewickley’s local synagogue.
We have a very active membership with 85 families from Beaver, Allegheny, Lawrence and Butler counties.
West Virginia is proving to be light years ahead of Pennsylvania when it comes to progressively fighting drugs.
Scientific progress improves our everyday lives and our world.
I knew it was only a pair of high-tech goggles giving me the bird’s-eye view, but it’s a full sensory experience.
A brutal Facebook murder shows the ordinariness of our sharing culture.
When a police department is riven by internal strife, criminals gain the upper hand. Wilkinsburg needs to put its house in order fast.