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My dad will carry me through the Pittsburgh he loved.
A proposed city zoning change would allow residents who have at least 2,000 square feet of property to own up to five chickens or ducks.
Kraft’s version, the quintessential mac-and-cheese, is about to undergo a radical change.
I am responding to your editorial calling for mediation of the dispute between Chukky Okobi’s Mansion at Maple Heights and its neighbors.
Discredited GOP ideas just keep shambling along
Kudos, Meredith Dobson, for your exquisitely accurate description of the wasteful “Highmark Passport to Health” volume.
Regarding Meredith Dobson’s letter “Highmark Wasteful” (April 15), I agree with her 100 percent.
On matters of foreign policy, Adm. Joe Sestak is clearly more capable in protecting our interests.
What is wrong with a group of low-paid health care workers uniting to hire an advocate?
It's hard to be mad at the Penguins. It wasn't a fair fight against the New York Rangers from the start.
Obama’s wish that Iran become a “very successful regional power” — a nightmare for Western-oriented Arab states — is becoming a reality.
I could almost hear my thigh go ’sproing’ and now my daughter wants to try out.
Each generation’s future is built on smart public investment.
How to prevent crime at Monroeville Mall has been a topic of discussions between shopping center officials, community leaders and police.
Republicans in Congress want to repeal the federal estate tax.
Industry advocates are right that it is not fair to judge all conventional drillers based on the misdeeds of a few bad operators,
Barbara Daly Danko has been a dedicated public servant and has the experience and education to understand public policy issues.
Barbara Daly Danko serves on the Allegheny County Human Relations Commission and the Local Government Academy board of directors.
Weren’t there supposed to be extra Monroeville police on hand on the weekends?
The Penguins’ last best hope is the venue tonight, Madison Square Garden, where they’ve won three of their past five playoff appointments.
Anti-gay protesters at McGuffey put themselves on display as modern bullies.
In the end, even Mitch McConnell voted for the new attorney general.
Taken hostage by al-Qaida in 2001 and killed in January by a U.S. drone strike, he lived a life of loving his family and helping others.
Has anyone noticed our country’s landscape lately?
Can Hillary Clinton attract both conservative and liberal women?
Two capable candidates, Mary Anne Eisenreich and Cindy Kirk, are seeking the GOP nomination in the May 19 primary.
Anti-immigrant violence in South Africa has reached the point that military forces are now being deployed in Johannesburg.
A judge has ordered a New York university to justify its “detainment” of two chimpanzees used in research.
Chelsa Wagner’s staff is responsive as ever. Candidate Mark Patrick Flaherty is trying to paint a picture that doesn’t exist.
Instead, I have seen acres of newsprint devoted to Benghazi, where emails were sent and a multitude of other red herrings.
The Republicans’ belief that Hillary Clinton is the candidate of yesterday is very disturbing because they are dismissing years of progress.
Several administrations and the state Legislature kept finding reasons to delay the state’s share of payment.
After scoring first, holding a lead through the first period, all at home, the Pens still find themselves at the edge of the playoff cliff.
I stopped by the fabulous public toilet near the corner of 18th and East Carson streets on the South Side, only to find the gate was locked.
Just being a cog in the machinery of death is no excuse.
The Pennsylvania Music Educators Association Junior High District Orchestra Festival, hosted by Pine-Richland, was a newsworthy event.
I have become a conscientious objector and will not administer them any more.
Both Dan Connolly and Denise Ranalli Russell want to succeed Amanda Green Hawkins, who decided not to seek re-election.
Egypt continued its repressive approach to democracy with the sentencing of former President Mohammed Morsi to 20 years in prison.
Payday lending is based on a business model to earn profit from making high-interest loans to poor Americans who often can’t pay them back.
His relationship with an airline industry lobbyist raises serious questions about who he is representing.
Instead of prosecuting him, we should spank him and thank him for proving that our security system is not perfect.
We understand the inconvenience changes have caused for some and are working hard to resolve them.
I grew up in Morningside but never walked to East Liberty (at age 10!) to catch a bus.
If the Penguins have a home ice advantage at the Consol Energy Center, it's not apparent, especially in the playoffs.
A series of candidate endorsements by the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette editorial board for contested races in the May 19 primary election.
Not to be outdone by The New York Times, it is time to file my own report about the situation in drought-racked California.
Jack Kelly quotes the Rev. William Owens as saying regarding gays, “They have not been hung from trees or denied basic human rights.”
They must reach an agreement soon on Medicare Advantage plans.
With their nations falling apart, responsibility falls on all of us.