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Pittsburghers need to know what will happen for them regarding charges after the split.
Humpty Dumpty states may never be put back together again.
In addition to HR 2538, financial literacy education would go a long way in helping young people.
There’s no pretense involved, just a realistic new course.
Ferguson shows that the SWAT mentality has gone too far.
As Scotland is debating its future, Ireland is debating its past.
Far from being unpatriotic, these mergers with overseas corporations strengthen the U.S. economy.
The president and Justice Department have proved to be stunning hypocrites regarding press freedom.
We should all spend more time emulating them, rather than investigating or mocking them.
Pitt health law pioneer Nathan Hershey explains why he wishes to die and how the law will not allow it.
West Africa is so much more than the sum of its troubles, explains returned Peace Corps volunteer Chris Merriman.
People don’t realize that shale gas has helped us reduce carbon emissions, writes petroleum geologist John J. Interval
We must apply our hopes and ingenuity to finding peace with the Palestinians, writes Rabbi Donniel Hartman
Politicians are so out of touch, they don’t even know how to relax anymore
The issue boils down to who votes.
New ideas / Sharp opinions
Facts that speak for themselves.
The ToonSeum and Holocaust Center of the Jewish Federation of Greater Pittsburgh have produced “Chutz-Pow! Superheroes of the Holocaust.”
I can no longer sit and enjoy such things because there will forever be a piece of me in Iraq.
Government regulations can be pretty helpful.
A century’s stream of little feet / Has worn the black stone stairs at Dilworth School...
Leave it to Obama’s own former secretary of state to acknowledge the fatal flaw of his foreign policy: total absence of strategic thinking.
My last day of school I received a handwritten card from one of my most difficult classes ...
Make no mistake, this intervention is no small thing
Citizens can hold police accountable by recording their actions.
Let me tell you who gets what from Uncle Sam.
Obama’s diffidence and half measures are making the world more dangerous.
Robin Williams made us laugh; Hillary Clinton makes us wonder
It employed hateful stereotypes of Jews and Israel.
College players keep gaining clout, one lawsuit at a time
If corporations are people, why can’t people be corporations?.
Those who start on third often don’t recognize the advantages they enjoy.
As the battle intensifies over how much authority President Barack Obama has to take executive measures in the face of congressional
Destroying the August Wilson Center would not save anything. It would just destroy, and we all would be the poorer.
Although the Ebola virus might remain mostly confined to West Africa, it has infected the Western imagination.
Just when Americans thought they could stop trying to figure out the difference between Sunnis and Shiites, we’re in a new war in Iraq.
My mother used to say things just to make me mad. Like most teenagers, I thought I knew everything.
The federal government needs a comprehensive strategy to keep the lights on, argues the CEO of the Allegheny Conference.
A PG/iMediaEthics poll finds political ideology shaping receptiveness to scientific fact.
With interest already high, Carl Kurlander says, the city can become more of a capital for movies, TV and digital entertainment.
New methods of education are creating new middle classes around the world, reports La Roche College professor Jeff Ritter.
The leader of Pittsburgh’s ToonSeum suggests we all get used to it
The do-nothing members of Congress have gone home to conduct do-little campaigns
Help the Kurds
Propaganda-resistant citizens have been stocking up on the last French cheese they’re going to see for a while ...
Facts that speak for themselves.
Dodd-Frank financial reform, while far from perfect, is doing its job
Since childhood, I’ve been champing at the bit to be an adult and start my “real life.” Then Spirit dies, and I’m growing more patient.
It’s easy; just go to the Gemini Children’s Theater
... Cain gorged on apple — / epidemics of killing, / fierce and everywhere — ...