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Saudi Arabia treats bloggers worse than we treat horses.
Natural gas is remaking the Pittsburgh regional economy.
Marriage vote elicits two reactions from Catholic leaders.
Immigrants today are not like the immigrants of yesteryear.
GOP candidates are being forced to march in lockstep.
Hopefuls are vying to be on stage as part of the first Republican debate.
Similarly, it seemed highly implausible that a cabal of Bolsheviks would rule the Russian empire for 70-odd years.
I’ve learned the ride-sharing app is judging me.
The senator from Virginia wants Congress to do its job and authorize the use of military force against the Islamic State group.
Kansas’ punitive strike against the poor might be backfiring.
Trip back to church of childhood is special, even when you don’t know anyone anymore.
Combat veterans always keep in mind the comrades who didn’t come home.
I am a physician who grew up in the 1960s and ’70s when marijuana was the go-to drug for relaxing with friends or listening to music. Even
Yes, there’s some backlash, but most whites seem OK with it.
Wolf’s proposals are good ones but could do more to help lower- and middle-income Pennsylvanians.
Voters overturned the dry spell James Kelly imposed on Wilkinsburg writes Michael Connors
Let’s not fall for a false narrative about how 'mistakes were made.'
Kathleen Simpson passed away in April, and she'd be glad to know her azaleas are doing well.
I sold my short-wave radio today. I hadn’t used it much in the last 10 years, and not at all in the last two, but I had owned it since high
The frame is simple, unpolished — / flat black sections fitting into seamless miters. / His uniform, crisp against her wrinkled chest ...
Following six years of Mr. Obama’s steady and determined withdrawal from the Middle East, America’s standing in the region has collapsed.
At some point, Kim Jong Un will be able to hit the United States.
Let’s not exaggerate the divisions in the Democratic Party
Women should have money and be on money, too.
Many of Pittsburgh’s iconic neighborhoods are growing again as the result of the expanding health care, education and technology sectors of
Many conservatives have joined the movement against capital punishment.
If we don’t cut enough carbon, we’ll need to geoengineer.
The Russian dictator may have evidence that she’d rather keep hidden
Don’t blame Obama for the rise of the Islamic State.
A glass ceiling is not the issue for most working women.
Risks remain extremely low despite last week’s derailment in Philadelphia.
His persistence is bolstered by how close he came in 2012.
Senate Bill 11 would help to limit outside influence on Pennsylvania elections.
Family loyalty can’t help Jeb Bush hide from what we knew then.
Police reform starts at the top, but it takes a village to make it happen.
When humans stopped slaughtering each other in 1945, they turned against the creatures of the sea.
It is time to ban discrimination based on sexual orientation and gender identification in the commonwealth.
Radical privatizers have to justify inequality. Here’s how they do it
There were opportunities gained and lost during the Soviet premier's visit here at the height of the Cold War, recalls James Kehl
It’s marathon carb-loading working-class style.
The finance industry is trying to kill Dodd-Frank.
Come for a visit, you’ll love it. But please go home.
When this curious world wearies / of me, and me of it, if an eerie tunnel / aflow with muck ...
Superhero team-up comics: Middle Man and Invisible-Hand-of-the-Free-Market Man.
Asia will get away from us if Republicans don’t step up and step in where Mr. Obama and the Democrats have failed.
And that means the GOP could end up nominating someone loopy
A long overdue safety measure might have prevented the Philly derailment
Maybe, if they start dying for lack of health care as Putin binges on the military.
Many parents today are afraid of letting their kids grow up, so they don’t.