Tyler Glasnow might be a terrific pitcher one day, but his lackluster start against Philadelphia proved he isn’t quite there now.
The GOP vice presidential nominee said he is “a Christian, a conservative and a Republican, in that order.”
They will all have to go from negative vilification to positive gushiness to cover the coronation of Hillary Clinton.
The July 17 Forum article “One Cracker = 36,000 Cars” omitted important information about the steps Royal Dutch Shell must take.
Ken Love’s film about the pressroom at the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette premieres on Rembrandt TV and no special glasses are necessary.
John Carlos and Tommie Smith said something to a tense America at the 1968 games in Mexico City.
Larry Werner sat in on thousands of meetings in his years of public relations. Eight days before he died in 2014, he made time for one more.
He is “the voice” for many Americans who feel ignored. They are happy to brush off his flaws because they think he’s worth a chance.
She is too mistrusted by voters to win — but Trump could beat himself
Please, President Obama, stop the bombs that are crushing civilians like bugs, pleads SAMER ATTAR, a surgeon who’s trying to save them.
Meanwhile, both the Islamic State and al-Qaida are taking advantage of the substantial chaos in Yemen to implant themselves there.
Democrats don’t understand certain deep strands of American culture to which Republicans appeal, writes Harvard’s CASS SUNSTEIN.
Here in Western Pennsylvania, we are working hard to improve police-community relations, explains U.S. Attorney DAVID J. HICKTON.
One delegate said Hillary Clinton “should be put in the firing line and shot for treason.”
Jihadis are driven by a twisted view of Islam.
The Next Page: Ken Love’s new film captures the grit of the people who worked in the old Pittsburgh Post-Gazette pressroom
Three-dimensional film, “Letter Press, RIP” records the presses that roared and the people who kept them running, writes Marylynne Pitz.
Austin, Portland, San Francisco and wherever else can fight over which is “weird” and which got weirdness first.
Pokemon Go, rooted in teen rebellion, touches the same parts of the brain as food, sex and cocaine, writes ethnographer SOPHIE KNIGHT.
Hillary is not Bill and today is not the ’90s, but finding the middle is still where it’s at.
Those in the fossil-fuel industry are clean energy counter-revolutionaries, spending millions to stave off their inevitable obsolescence.
I am not aware of a single place where I can legally get my dog to an off-lead area within a reasonable distance of a parking lot.
Please explain the significance in relation to Pittsburgh’s history of including a photo of The Three Stooges.
Donald Trump says/does/tweets another incomprehensibly awful thing.
... a buttered pie crust filled and fruited / and a blue Communion cake / for young John Dunne ...
Steelers’ top running back faces four-game suspension from NFL for missing a drug test.
In countries like Ukraine, getting the story often means risking your life.
It’s weird that Donald Trump likes Vladimir Putin so much.
In Cleveland, the Republicans achieved not unity, but only a rough facsimile.
The annual report on human trafficking by the U.S. Department of State is a depressing reminder that forced labor remains a global problem.
The Post-Gazette editorial board and this writer strongly disagree on the subject of gun control.
While predators and habitat destruction also are affecting bee populations, the concerns about neonicotinoids are sobering.
Let me tell you about the spouses of service members.
It’s time to face reality: The Republican Party is gone. It has one single purpose — making the rich richer and more powerful.
Why don’t we see angry protests when blacks shoot blacks with absolutely no regard for human life?
Selective sympathy was coloring our sentiments long before the recent spate of killings, and we are all guilty of it.
It’s not just about reducing the supply.
The African-American Republican senator spoke on the Senate floor about respected members of society who have been treated with suspicion.
With the official nomination of Donald Trump as the Republican Party’s presidential nominee, Hillary Clinton has the opponent of her dreams
High-cost claims may receive more attention because they are more vulnerable to fraud.
The bottom line is that the United States needs and wants good relations with Turkey.
This convention will go down in history as one of the most vile, hate-filled and dishonest ones ever.
Red-state Texas is rapidly slipping away from the Republican Party.
Loss displays familiar Pirates problems: poor pitching, slumping hitters, shaky defense.
What a choice we have for president! Hillary or Donald?
Rob Rogers’ cartoon portrays Mr. Trump as adding an anti-LGBT button to his jacket through his choice of Mr. Pence as a running mate.
I was shattered to hear of her retraction, which now lends an aura of credibility and respectability to this irresponsible candidate.
Instead, the good Pirates fans had to change their seats.
It looks like the country with the world’s largest oil reserves has just been taken over by the military.
Since she was a teenager, Leah Wack has seen her family’s lives play out in the media, both in wild joy and in profound sorrow.
Today’s Republicans dream up devils and then charge off to slay them.