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Fifty years ago, Lyndon Johnson and Ronald Reagan set the terms of debate we're still having today
Ebola and the Islamic State are terrible but probably won’t make a lasting imprint, suggests professor Stephen M. Walt
Pennsylvanians have a strong interest in government transparency. The problem is the Corbett administration apparently doesn’t think so.
Janet Yellen’s speech Oct. 17 on economic inequality didn’t rattle the stock exchanges, but it should have caught everyone else’s attention.
The Pens pay tribute to Canada, Nazis could lose Social Security, preservationists try to save Pittsburgh.
To those of us who oppose Rep. Rick Saccone’s theocracy-based, NRA/ALEC-fueled agenda, it was very disheartening to see the PG endorse him.
Elizabeth Finley credits CMU professor Patricia Maurides with bring art and science under the same roof.
The Islamic State’s beheadings say something good about the world, too, observes writer STEPHANIE SALDANA.
Pennsylvania waterways need more protection from pollution, argue environmental advocates TOM HOFFMAN and KRISSY KASSERMAN.
Whatever it is, they’re not getting a lot of it in this year’s campaigns
Her influence may be felt on the national stage more than in her native state.
Facts that speak for themselves.
It would help regarding income inequality, rising health insurance and medical costs and the challenge of handling epidemics.
Even Republican politicians in Pennsylvania are beholden to liberal interests. So, I will vote only Libertarian.
Many thanks to Mike Lechmanik for his letter “Fight Violence With Problem Solving, Not Guns” (Oct. 23).
Oligarchs benefit as the middle class lags.
All the excitement about the Panthers’ return to script was much ado about nothing once they started fumbling the game away.
Robert W. Patterson seems to indicate that a resurgence in production will return us to previous job levels. This is not true.
I have so many other worries; let me tell you about them.
The highway that runs from the North Shore through the Allegheny Valley has been a work in progress for ages.
Bosnia-Herzegovina recently held national elections, still smothered by the political superstructure placed on it by the 1995 Dayton accord.
Kudos are necessary to Allegheny County District Attorney Stephen A. Zappala Jr. for holding the August Wilson Center accountable.
Thank you, Pittsburgh, for the show of support. Canada loves you.
Like best friends we don’t always agree on everything, but when it really counts we’re there for each other.
I find it extremely disturbing that so many government agencies are not doing their jobs correctly, from the CDC to NHTSA.
... What Ed Murrow said makes me think of it all: / most truths are so naked that people feel sorry for them ...
The rich don’t like it when the poor get to vote.
I learned a lot about race, and myself, from my time at Georgia Tech.
President Obama reflexively insists on playing the shocked outsider when something goes wrong within his own administration.
One spreads tolerance, the other disorder.
Two unexpected attacks near Montreal and in Ottawa brought Middle Eastern developments and Canada’s role in them to the fore for Canadians.
The 12th Congressional District winds its way across six counties.
After defaulting on its mortgage last year, the August Wilson Center underwent the institutional equivalent of flat-lining.
Gov. Corbett also signed new protections for pipeline safety and emergency response preparation.
In this supposed very close election the Democrats are scared to death of the Republicans winning the U.S. Senate.
Judge Manning’s decision to grant a convicted child abuser lenient sentencing sent a horrible message to everyone it touched.
Thanks to the people of Pittsburgh for noticing Canada.
It was the an amazing tribute to Canada from the Pittsburgh Penguins at the beginning of their hockey game.
I expect this letter will be but one of many expressing gratitude for the singing of “O Canada” prior to the Penguins-Flyers game.
Here’s some advice for the future CEO of the August Wilson Center.
I started asking around, and it’s kind of a bummer.
Congress should act now to renew the CHIP program.
He led his paper to power and Pulitzers and looked back without regrets.
The Pittsburgh Promise scholarship program has done a lot of good
Democratic state Rep. Jake Wheatley is being challenged by school board member Mark Brentley Sr., running as an independent.
Pittsburgh benefited from the visit of Ebrahim Rasool, who is completing four years of assignment to the U.S. after a career at home.
We have the ability to solve problems with a calm and reasoned approach.
As a retired superintendent of schools, I view this as a significant step toward improving security for our children.
Judge Manning ignored evidence presented by the district attorney’s office.