As officials figure out how to handle the Turnpike Commission’s debt, motorists will be paying more to use the toll road.
National and state governments and the universities themselves together must re-examine how higher education is funded.
He is “the voice” for many Americans who feel ignored. They are happy to brush off his flaws because they think he’s worth a chance.
Meanwhile, both the Islamic State and al-Qaida are taking advantage of the substantial chaos in Yemen to implant themselves there.
The annual report on human trafficking by the U.S. Department of State is a depressing reminder that forced labor remains a global problem.
While predators and habitat destruction also are affecting bee populations, the concerns about neonicotinoids are sobering.
The African-American Republican senator spoke on the Senate floor about respected members of society who have been treated with suspicion.
The bottom line is that the United States needs and wants good relations with Turkey.
There is no end to the plot twists in the soap opera starring state Attorney General Kathleen Kane.
Barely controlled rebellions in the north and the south of the country and low oil prices are reasons for concern about Nigeria’s future.
It was fitting that the San Antonio Spurs’ Tim Duncan retired last week without hoopla.
The health department has unveiled a new, consumer-friendlier series of inspection stickers.
Italy’s banks hold an estimated $400 billion in shaky loans, only $180 billion of which are covered by assets.
The Legislature’s refusal to tax cigars does nothing to dispel the image of smoke-filled rooms in which political deals are brokered.
The prayer rally Sunday at Freedom Corner sent a message: Violence against police officers is no balm for despair in the black community.
A position of firm support for Turkey’s elected government is the only appropriate, principled one that Washington can pursue at this point.
Pennsylvanians should know this about Lt. Gov. Mike Stack: He cares about time management. He may care about it too much.
Congress has let partisan paralysis prevent it from passing the fundamental necessary spending bills that keep the government functioning.
This program standing alone would do little to fix a student-loan system that causes students to emerge from school burdened with debts.
A troubling study from Emory University School of Law found that judges in elections cases tend to rule for litigants of their own party.
When technology is such a pervasive part of life, it’s right to ask: Are we using it wisely?
Downtown is thriving with new residents, new restaurants and new energy. The crime problem must be nipped in the bud.
Body cameras can help vindicate good officers, and catch bad ones. Yet North Carolina makes footage from these cameras hard to access.
Once again, Americans are summoned to grieve with the French over a hideous attack. Fighting this enemy, however, defies standard measures.
Supreme Court Associate Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg was certainly out of order with her comments on presumptive Republican nominee Donald
The budget keeps steady the personal income and sales taxes rates, as it should, and increases taxes on cigarettes and tobacco.
Rev. Mawarire last week called on Zimbabwean workers to stay home.
Elevated levels of lead in Pittsburgh Water and Sewer Authority lines underscores the need to make sure it isn’t in our children, too.
While running with the bulls has always been stupid, what happened on Spanish television recently was horrifying.
Defense Secretary Ashton B. Carter announced Monday that the U.S. would increase the number of American troops in Iraq by another 560.
Americans must congratulate the British Conservative Party in its quick choice of Theresa May as prime minister in the Brexit vote’s wake.
The South Fork Fishing and Hunting Club made changes to South Fork dam that contributed to the structure’s failure on May 31, 1889.
Ahmed Al Menhali, a businessman from the United Arab Emirates, was subjected to police in Avon, Ohio, cuffing him and searching his wallet.
Malcolm Turnbull, incumbent prime minister and head of the Liberal-National Party-led coalition, will remain in office.
Imagine an unhappy player demanding to change the rules of a game. Yet the casino’s owner is doing the same thing in its lawsuit.
The first lady’s recent trip to Liberia, Morocco and Spain as part of the Let Girls Learn initiative is a huge plus for girls’ education.
Never in recent history has a host city appeared more unprepared than Rio de Janeiro.
On Wednesday, the House approved the bill by a 422-2 vote and lawmakers on both sides of the aisle praised U.S. Rep. Tim Murphy’s work.
The public should be able to see exactly how the system that treats our veterans also is treating its senior administrators.
Legislation in City Council will help ensure that visiting entertainers pay their fair share for use of public facilities and services.
What is needed is a sharp, frank rethink of the relationship between our police and the American population.
Americans need to take a close look at the performance of the U.S. economy as they weigh the relative merits of candidates.
Mr. Wiesel, who died last weekend at 87, saw echoes of the events leading to the Holocaust playing out again.
The current U.S. force level in Afghanistan is 9,800.
In this election, it well may be that “as Ohio goes, so goes the nation.”
A person released from a county jail or state prison faces no shortage of challenges. Accessing health care shouldn’t be one of them.
The FBI director’s remarks about Ms. Clinton’s use of emails during her time as secretary of state answers one question and raises another.
On July Fourth, NASA’s Juno spacecraft was the source of a light show that put to shame anything happening on the planet of its origin.
Bomb attacks at three sites may have signaled a serious day of reckoning for the Saudi monarchy.
“Please translate these roman numerals mcmxcviii thank you,” wrote May Ashworth, 86, into the Google machine. The world was touched.