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 Edgar and Sandy Snyder, married for 32 years, stand for a photo during the Anne Lewis Humanitarian Awards held at the Fairmont Hotel, Downtown, in June 2013.
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Edgar and Sandy Snyder, married for 32 years, stand for a photo during the Anne Lewis Humanitarian Awards held at the Fairmont Hotel, Downtown, in June 2013.

No right to know?: Edgar Snyder gets a judge to keep the public out

If everybody in Pittsburgh knows personal injury lawyer Edgar Snyder, it’s because he made them know him.


Preserving libraries: Cost-cutting is the way to the future, but how?

Like other states, Pennsylvania has reduced funding for public libraries.



Calling No. 75: The legend of Mean Joe Greene has a new chapter

The 10-time Pro Bowler was elected to the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 1987.



 Pittsburgh Mayor Bill Peduto.

Legal ceasefire: Peduto takes a new approach to UPMC’s exemption

Pittsburgh Mayor Bill Peduto and UPMC have declared a ceasefire over what the health care giant’s fair share for city services should be.



Coal countries: A growing U.S. export also transfers pollution

A 12% drop in the power sector’s carbon emissions since 2008 elicited praise for the Obama administration’s effort to combat global warming.


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Brian O'Neill



Brian O'Neill: Corbett’s in danger of falling off party cycle

Gov. Tom Corbett hopes not to break cycle in which political parties take turns holding Pennsylvania governor’s seat for eight years.


 

Tony Norman



Tony Norman: Ease D.C. paralysis with federal term limits

Time to set some limits on the terms of federal officials, for everyone’s betterment.


 

Sally Kalson



Health care sabotage 101

The GOP, not a botched website, is the real obstacle.


 

Dan Simpson



Dan Simpson: Fracking compromises the future of Pennsylvania

The American population is paying a heavy price for natural gas extraction and is almost certainly destined to pay even more dearly.


 

Jack Kelly



Jack Kelly: More rot at today’s VA

Top officials put their careers above the needs of veterans.


 

Ruth Ann Dailey



Ruth Ann Dailey: It’s no summer of love for the flustered Left

As public opinion mounts against Obama and his policies, the fear-mongering on the Left gets cranking.


 

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