President Trump would better serve the American people if he recognized he did not have the support of the majority.
The Jan. 21 column by Paul Krugman (“It’s Going to Be Terrific”) demonstrates that Mr. Krugman just doesn’t get it.
Young women, in your dilemma, do not use an organization to destroy an innocent life.
President Rodrigo Duterte has threatened to impose martial law if necessary in his drive against drug users and dealers.
The culture of borrowing hurts Americans by limiting their options.
By some important metrics, 2016 was the best year in the history of humanity. And 2017 will probably be better still.
The GOP is in the process of removing the Affordable Care Act with no indication of what they will replace it with.
In the waning hours of his presidency, Barack Obama approved a bombing attack against so-called Islamic State forces in Libya.
A recent report from the Southwestern Pennsylvania Commission predicts a 40 percent jump in regional freight traffic by 2040.
A financial dispute between the Duquesne and West Mifflin school districts has cast collaboration in an unfavorable light.
24 people from 13 different countires swore a vow to become American citizens recently
Recovery United Pittsburgh is fighting against the drug overdose epidemic in our communities in a unique and practical manner.
In six months, he has done more to understand and begin to improve the district’s problematic areas than past administrations combined.
Andrew Swensen’s commentary, “Art Should Hurt Sometimes” (Jan. 15 Forum), furthers the fuzzy logic of the relevancy of politics to art.
Cherisse Tompkins’ piece set the bar for musings on the Martin Luther King Jr. holiday very high.
Already, more than 23,000 Americans a year are dying from drug-resistant bacteria.
Trade is under assault, even though automation is the main reason for the shrinkage of good middle-class jobs
Britain is preparing for a hard exit, European economies are sluggish and the right is on the rise.
Oh how the mightily subsidized have fallen.
The nation’s newest leader brings different kind of change -— and swagger — into the White House.
I’m worried about the opposite, chaos, and hope seasoned Washington leaders can keep it under control.
Rep. Tim Murphy’s bill and his Jan. 15 Forum commentary unfortunately conflate the link between mental illness and violence.
Our new president talks like Andrew Jackson, but will he be as tough?
Friendly rivalries don’t get much better than the one between Pittsburgh and Boston.
President Donald Trump’s vow to “make America great again” was a message of hope to small and midsize towns across America.
Law professor Anita Hill reflects on the inspiration she received from girls and women after the Clarence Thomas hearings.
The person overseeing the city’s development should not solicit political contributions from developers. There is no gray area here.
Free and fair elections are the bedrock of the American experiment. Lacking that, who are we really?
Seaman, war hero, POW, abolitionist, businessman, he was one of Pittsburgh’s earliest black leaders but is little known today.
Eight women decided to co-write a murder mystery — and lived to tell about it, writes Marylynne Pitz.
His fresh start started Nov. 9, the day after he was elected president. In this span of time, he has continued to lie, bully and offend.
This is a response to letter writer Susan Cohen’s vow to protest every action from our new president and his Cabinet that displeases her.
After all, Cabinet members don’t have to be competent.
I miss seeing people dress up for the occasion.
Her performance of the national anthem succinctly illustrates Mr. Trump’s presidential values of representing real Americans.
Commuting the sentence of Chelsea Manning, one of the great traitors of our time, is finger-in-the-eye willfulness.
But more training isn’t all that retail employees need. They need the opportunity to earn higher wages, too.
Donald J. Trump succeeded Barack H. Obama as president of the United States in an age-old ceremony on the steps of the Capitol.
I’ve never liked haircuts and never knew why, but maybe I’m figuring it out
It was the year we conceded we’d be in recovery / For the rest of our lives. We dressed like twins in coats ...
Bernie would’ve been my preference, but I would’ve (and did) vote for Hillary Clinton without reservation.
If Donald Trump wants to be treated with respect, maybe he should show the same courtesy to others.
The American people have spoken.
This march is not about sour grapes after a lost election.
Even the nominee for secretary of health and human services doesn’t seem to know what’s up.
I’m not sure what one does when one considers a president ‘illegitimate’?
The county, municipalities and school districts can easily afford to help seniors stay in their homes.
The Secret Service certainly sharpened its teeth protecting President Barack Obama, given the many threats posed against him.
The Penguins’ project in the Lower Hill District was dealt a blow when U.S. Steel backed out of plans to relocate its headquarters there.
Why should the rest of the world care about Gambia?