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He was heading for Hawaii, but maybe he’s made his peace with polarization.
Mayor Bill Peduto has promised to disclose the names of those who contributed to rewards presented on “Undercover Boss.”
Outlining 15 problems within the church’s top bureaucracy, Pope Francis didn’t mince words.
The Pentagon’s latest report on military sexual assaults brings good news and bad.
Is the athletic director not under contract to be paid through 2018?
GEICO commercial pushes the columnist’s buttons.
Understanding Pitt’s great football tradition and appreciating Pittsburgh as a home would be a good start.
Mayor Bill Peduto represented the city with class and a special genuineness on “Undercover Boss.”
Mayor Peduto and the television network gave this city a national Christmas present of positive energy.
Did no one notice that two of the city workers were spending hard-earned money at great sacrifice to send their children to private school?
Unlike many people interested in animal welfare, I am unable to feel any satisfaction over his conviction for the death of police K-9 Rocco.
The ghosts of Christmas past could sure liven things up.
It’s time for our new governor, state legislators or the attorney general to step up and compel UPMC’s deeds to match its words.
They can help boost graduation rates and reduce the achievement gap.
Let’s see, body cameras for cops, a new prime minister for Israel, a . . .
Obama seems to be getting the better of Putin as the ruble nosedives
Americans have seen enough dying on their streets.
Federal and state minimum wages should rise, and Congress needs to restore extended benefits for the long-term unemployed.
Carnegie Mellon and Astrobotic have had a winning partnership.
It’s encouraging to see the results of this research by the Rand Corp.
Allegheny County Controller Chelsa Wagner should feel proud that the “ol’ boys” have targeted her. She has wonderful role models.
It was really disappointing to see a front-page story with invented news.
It is time that congressmen and senators of either party realize that they are elected to serve the will of the people.
Your series “Vitals: Building a Healthier Pittsburgh” notices that many patients do not “welcome” the confusing array of health care
Anger over murder of police officers is being used the wrong way.
With prices like those, who wouldn’t protest to keep their Bottom Dollar store?
Fracking may be problematic, but so is economic despair.
Oklahoma’s AG and others are working to restore restraint in federal government.
The Pittsburgh Planning Commission made the wrong decision when members voted in favor of a new requirement for housing developments.
Vladimir Putin acknowledged that Russia has not done enough to diversify its economy.
The conceit of “The Colbert Report” was that the host was an amiable dunce who disliked fact because of its “well-known liberal bias.”
As a retiree, my future just became markedly less secure.
Some fast-food chains have announced plans to experiment with robots to replace workers.
In the Dec. 6 lead editorial (“Police and Race”), the PG argues for a presidential commission to address community policing and race.
The Nov. 28 article on dissenting groups in the Catholic Church cries out for a response from a committed Catholic woman.
With the nation’s reserves of peace and goodwill running low, we might stop to wonder what exactly we’re getting wrong.
Ramon Foster has some big dreams for this Steelers team that not long ago looked like a complete mess instead of a contender.
Supporters of gun regulation are celebrating the Senate confirmation of Surgeon General Vivek Murthy, but it was a rare defeat for the NRA.
He ends 2014 in surprisingly buoyant spirits, having proved that he still has the power to push policy in new directions in various areas.
Santa will have to give at least one letter some careful thought.
A severance tax based on production will generate two to three times more revenue for Pa. than the current impact fee in the first year.
It’s a wonderful life on Wall Street, yet here is a holiday wish list to make it even better.
He became the first jurist to pass judgment on the controversial side-stepping of Congress.
Short of barricading yourself indoors until spring, getting a flu shot is your best line of defense against the virus.
The PUC wants no-charge paper bills, Pittsburgh's eagles get a new camera, a Florida man is twice a Carnegie Hero.
Americans under the age of 55 have seen Cuba as an enemy of freedom.
The reaction to Bruce Barron’s commentary “Can Gays Extend an Olive Branch?” has been clarifying for me.
The Quran clearly states, “whosoever kills an innocent person … it is as if they killed all of mankind.”
Facts that speak for themselves.
How a Harvard experiment drove home a toxic legacy