She’s a calligrapher and her hands are her tools. She grasps the quill pen as gently as a dancer’s hip, feather moving high ...
Advocates and law-enforcement officials present compelling evidence that these investments pay off.
President Barack Obama last week declared climate change an “immediate risk” to the country’s security.
Nothing will be accomplished for the good of this country until we have term limits.
Piping water to drought areas might help prevent or alleviate flooding from excessive rainfall or snowfall.
For more than two decades the Western Pennsylvania Council of Teachers of English has hosted this wonderful tribute to literacy.
Once there was a peace-loving administration, whose members wanted nothing more than to realize their full potential as human beings.
Physicians are experiencing an incessant interference with their work and a deep erosion of their autonomy and authority.
Political elites don’t know how Americans live.
I followed a rocky trail looking for the elusive former mafia informant for the DEA.
Teaching has taught me how to handle life.
It’s long past time for someone else to run world soccer.
Look at some of the safeguards that were put in place after the last reassessment so that no taxing authority would reap a windfall.
Mary King’s action in refusing to administer the state tests to her ESL students is unique, courageous and pioneering.
Pamela Geller is running out of places to run her anti-jihad ads.
Again, great teens and some cutting-edge research.
It may be that the misuse entered common language because a “wet blanket” is said to “dampen one’s enthusiasm.”
Ray Searage is an outstanding coach who “drives the bus every now and then and grinds the gears.”
The furnishings of college dorm rooms have shed the stains of days gone by.
For many immigrants, assimilation takes a long time.
The people who make up Western Pennsylvania’s dominant health systems have talents. The art of negotiation evidently is not one of them.
Well, if someone’s got to get UPMC and Highmark together ...
And you probably are, too!
We shouldn’t regulate what people say about candidates.
The new “Waters of the United States” rule will bring under federal regulation the water that supplies 117 million Americans.
Saudi Arabia treats bloggers worse than we treat horses.
Pursuit of corruption within FIFA, on various grounds including the choice of venues for World Cups, has long been called for.
The enormous property with its sprawling underground garage became a 1960s redevelopment failure.
A troubling case before the state Supreme Court asks if parents can sue their doctor for not telling them about a fetus’ birth defects.
Never have I seen or experienced a higher level of care, concern, patience and professionalism.
Her love of her South Sudan homeland expresses itself not just in nostalgia but in action to bring about constructive change.
I wish the PG would investigate why the police do not enforce the law regarding blatantly illegal exhaust systems.
The idea that the EPA requires 80 percent of emission reductions under the Clean Power Plan by 2020 is a fallacy.
Pirates infielder Jung Ho Kang continues to win over fans and teammates with his bat, glove, arm, smile and sense of humor.
Marriage vote elicits two reactions from Catholic leaders.
Natural gas is remaking the Pittsburgh regional economy.
Rick Santorum returns to what he does best — running for office.
The May 20 commentary on climate geoengineering described a technique for controlling the warming climate that must never be used.
Immigrants today are not like the immigrants of yesteryear.
It’s been obvious for a long time that the private health care company hired to run the jail’s infirmary has not been up to the task.
School districts must write and enforce strict policies governing off-campus communication.
One would have thought, with all of Congress in the hands of the GOP, there would be more coherence in the legislative branch of government.
Put up these cameras and put some teeth in the rule for drivers who threaten workers’ lives.
The PWSA needs to effectively identify areas where it might learn from other suppliers how to improve its operations.
The vendor would have to supply a summary to allow users to quickly and easily understand their commitments and responsibilities.
The streaking Pirates got the job done again Tuesday night, both in the field and at the plate, which can be a beautiful sight to behold.
Memorial Day brings grim reminders of the what’s wrong with the present.
Jewish Family & Children’s Service of Pittsburgh agrees there is a role for the U.S. in helping refugees, such as the Rohingya from Burma.
It’s hard to find factions in Iraq or Syria worthy of support.
GOP candidates are being forced to march in lockstep.