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Women for a Healthy Environment hosts a campaign to raise consumer awareness about the potential health effects of fragranced products.
Yellow Cab for years has had egg on its face for not providing the right service.
Vladimir Putin’s visit to a monastery was purely religious. Orthodox Christians found the photo placement offensive.
I pray for the conversion of the Russian Orthodox Church so that it will return to Gospel leadership.
“Come look at the freaks” begins one of the best local theater productions to hit Pittsburgh in a long time.
Whose “right of freedom of choice” did the contraception ruling affect? Was it for the owner of a business or for the female worker?
’Twas late one afternoon during the Three Rivers Arts Festival that I first saw him
Thank you for the column by Linda Wilson Fuoco about helping birds survive the summer (“Pet Tales,” July 19).
Rob Rogers’ July 22 cartoon conveys the false message that Israel’s bombing in Gaza is a “heinous and cowardly” act.
But parents can’t help their children learn to read if they can’t read well themselves.
Israel must work with Abbas to control Hamas while Gaza is demilitarized.
He's a pro-choice, pro-same-sex-marriage Republican with fiscal common sense.
The conflict between the Israelis and Palestinians, currently centered on Gaza, took on important implications for Americans Tuesday.
On a driving tour on July 6, we got lost. We saw two motorcyclists about to leave a gas station.
West Mifflin says it costs $15,000 to educate a child, but it only receives $10,655 for each Duquesne student.
On Monday, President Barack Obama signed an executive order banning discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation or gender identity.
Subjects would rather take an electric jolt than sit quietly without their toys.
Pirates left-handed hitters combined for three home runs in a 12-7 win against the Dodgers -- finally putting PNC Park's landscape to use.
Tuesday morning’s cartoon (“Which Is the More Heinous and Cowardly Act?” July 22) really bothered me.
We should have paid attention to Dwight Eisenhower’s warning about the military-industrial complex.
President Obama declared “We have to make sure that the truth is out and that accountability exists” in response to the downing of MH17.
The Society of Saint Vincent de Paul — Diocesan Council of Pittsburgh lauds Holy Family for helping children caught in the border crisis.
Mr. Obama wants additional billions to help the illegals, yet our veterans are dying from lack of proper medical care. Why?
Our experience showed that handicapped fans can go to the games with confidence that the staff will accommodate their needs.
France has decided to put a 3,000-strong force permanently in five of its former colonies, in a band across West and Central Africa.
When you write a newspaper column, it is advisable to read as much as you can. This week my reading included “Mother Goose.”
What is wrong with your editorial board? Are you just badly uninformed about the Middle East or do you have an inherent anti-Israel bias?
A media star is suddenly arrested and people wonder why.
We should be more aware of what individuals and special interest groups are donating because they probably expect a return of favors.
The Renewable Fuel Standard has reduced costs and our dependence on foreign sources of oil.
Compassion seems lacking on nearly every front: immigration, unemployment, the Middle East ...
Apollo astronauts Neil Armstrong, Edwin “Buzz” Aldrin and Michael Collins wagered their lives on NASA’s technical ingenuity.
Antonio Rader, now 8, looked like a Holocaust victim, according to Mercer County Detective John J. Piatek.
After Andrew McCutchen, Mercer has been the team’s most consistent player for nearly two months
Pennsylvania Gaming Economic Development and Tourism Fund is funded from slot machine revenue and not by taxpayers.
Children fleeing violence in Central America.
Lyft and Uber are seeking permission from the Public Utility Commission to operate.
UPMC’s employee smoking ban is criticized.
And the United States can help solve the fundamental problem at relatively little cost. Here‘s how ...
The clearest route to peace is to see Hamas lose at the polls, as it surely will.
The Legislature should approve a bill that provides screening for all.
Gov. Corbett did not cut education spending by $3 billion.
Expectant mothers are provided the most current information about Down syndrome at the time of diagnosis.
Holy Family Institute will house unaccompanied migrants no older than 12 while they await the outcomes of their immigration proceedings.
One day last week, I heard people speaking Spanish outside my screen door and bounded to the sidewalk for an opportunity to practice.
An agreement was reached between members of the United Nations Security Council, German and Iran to extend talks on Iran’s nuclear program.
It can be a lot easier to deal with cultural change through comics characters than real life.
More U.S. companies are reincorporating overseas.
There's no need for the Pirates to trade for a big-name closer; they already have one who is plenty capable in Mark Melancon.
My uncle, Jack Barry, was on assignment for the government to build a bridge.