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Facts that speak for themselves.
Jane Freund found bargains -- and colorful characters -- outfitting a condo online
Putin’s cleaning house
It’s up to the mother, as it should be, explains Slate’s Emily Bazelon
The confusion over Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 reflects a broken political system.
School lunches have always been political, but this is ridiculous.
Pennsylvania should be ashamed of its shortage of services for the mentally ill, writes MARCIA H. GREENWALD.
If the elected spent less time grandstanding, and more time with those who have questions, the temptation to heckle rudely would be reduced.
Writer JILLIAN KEENAN explains why we should kick the seventh president off the $20 bill.
With University of Pittsburgh Chancellor Mark Nordenberg soon to pass the torch of leadership to Patrick Gallagher, it seems appropriate to
teeth with lanterns in the deep,
What’s wrong with workers getting paid more?
The alternative to passivity is not war but a serious foreign policy.
We started with dog-sledding, then moved on to the symphony that night.
A special election in Florida doesn’t bode well for Democrats.
Francis has taken his church to the streets.
It would help if rabbis offered more views on Israel and Palestine.
The Post-Gazette’s March 8 editorial “Pollution’s Price: Will a Stiff Fine Change the Ways of Alpha Coal?” completely misses the mark.
The New York Times reported that the result of the large federal survey on obesity was “a welcome surprise to researchers.”
You'd think they'd know better than to endanger their red-state candidates.
Views about the country’s direction are so polarized, it’s hard to even discuss it.
Longhorn legislators keep tightening the noose on abortion clinics.
The Russian president's use of unlabeled troops and cyber-propaganda are very 21st century.
Domestic violence afflicts one American woman in four and claims a life in the United States every six hours.
All that's needed is a carefully targeted anti-trust suit.
Obama is dealing with Putin reasonably but looks weak on the homefront.
Some conservatives are simply repackaging the same ideas.
The agency’s aggressive partisanship surely goes higher up than Lois Lerner.
Although where ‘here’ is, I’m not really sure, explains writer WALTER G. MEYER
Cheaper natural gas is boosting the American economy, especially manufacturing, write analysts HAROLD L. SIRKIN and MICHAEL ZINSER
Facts that speak for themselves.
PG staff writer Robert Zullo, a former crime reporter in Louisiana, says HBO's 'True Detective' has been all-too true to life so far
It deters many people from public service, and it makes staffing the government outrageously time-consuming.
New ideas, sharp opinions
We know what Jesus and Pope Francis would do for the poorest and most vulnerable.
On March 9, 1964,the Supreme Court gavenew force to the First Amendment, explain editor DAVID M. SHRIBMAN and lawyer FRITZ BYERS
Their worldviews are similar, but Putin is more opportunist than ideologue, explains columnist Charles Lane.
Writer Charlotte Allen describes how Lego earned the wrath of the ‘gender-neutral toys’ crowd.
Green methods of reducing runoff and pollution are proliferating around Pittsburgh, reports the parks conservancy’s MEG CHEEVER
In fact, it’s just the opposite: America has less social mobility than most other advanced countries.
For some, there are holidays that do not appear on any calendar. I knew well a woman whose life deserves such celebration.
The Russia I know is Vladimir Malkin, Evgeni’s father, bringing me in for a hug before we’d even shared a word.
“Porkology,” no urban pathology. Race music sociology.
Would Russian President Vladimir Putin have lunged for Ukraine if he didn’t have such a clueless adversary?
Russia is the land of oligarchs, but we're getting catching up.
Hello, people … Obama didn’t invade Ukraine, Putin did.
Pennsylvania shouldn't tax people who help us in times of need.
NATO’s governing body met Sunday to discuss Russia’s invasion of Crimea and its threat to take military action elsewhere in Ukraine.
The movie business remains a world of white men wearing blinkers.
California's Jerry Brown, a generation later, is a whole different type of governor.