It is said that the Battle of Waterloo was won on the playing fields of Eton.
If you get the feeling that a multiple shooting makes headlines every day, you’re right.
Morgan C. Culbertson pleaded guilty in federal court to designing and trying to sell Android phone hijacking malware on Darkode.
I am a Lutheran pastor. I felt very uneasy about the letter “Fans Feeling Uneasy” (Aug. 24).
Perhaps some struggled to get to the ballpark on “Faith Night” in hopes that faith groups would feel responsive to their needs.
I was certainly surprised to get a notice from Pittsburgh Parking Court saying I owed fees on top of fees for a parking ticket I received.
A high school musician debuts on the big stage, with lots of accompaniment.
The GOP candidates aren’t prepared for an economic crisis.
Helped immensely by Mr. Obama’s epic misjudgment of Russian intentions, the balance of power has shifted — and America’s allies feel it.
I search for the red-handled / Phillips-head among the clutter / of Dad’s Air Force toolbox ...
Moderators should pose yes-or-no questions on the economy.
A proposal by Waukesha, Wisc., to divert water from Lake Michigan could affect all other Great Lakes states, including Pennsylvania.
People who park in the city will soon have the option of using a downloadable app on their smartphones to pay for parking.
The fall of oil and natural gas prices is a boon to U.S. consumers and the economy.
The Steelers signing Michael Vick is not only controversial.
The response to any outrage should be to work for a better justice system.
The Steelers and the NFL should spend some time studying how the Pirates do things.
If our politicians don’t stand up for ordinary people, good jobs and safe, healthy neighborhoods, how will our state grow stronger?
GOP had it coming.
Selfish acts by Le’Veon Bell and Martavis Bryant leave Steelers offense in the lurch for start of NFL regular season.
I can’t be the only one who feels real life has suddenly begun to resemble Paddy Chayefsky’s screenplay for “Network” a little too much.
Will Republicans drop out and GOP leaders get behind one person? How are the economy and president doing? Will Hillary backers defect?
There are no guarantees for anyone, including Americans.
U.S. Rep. Keith Rothfus traveled to Israel to seek Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s counsel on the Iran nuclear deal.
Every sulfurous belch from the molten interior of the volcanic Trump phenomenon injures the chances of a Republican presidency.
With the Legislature’s latest attempt to enact a budget now fizzled, Pa.’s leaders should stop playing politics and pass a spending plan.
Like it or not, Michael Vick is a Steeler. Pittsburgh should welcome the quarterback’s talents and accept his assertion that he has changed.
The millions of migrants pouring into Europe are smothering the host countries’ absorptive capacities.
My heart goes out to Paul Sciullo’s mother (“Lingering Execution Moratorium Pains Victim’s Mother,” Aug. 24). I have walked in her shoes.
As a people we cannot allow understandable emotions in response to horrific crimes to define how we govern.
With the “one and done” game, the team with the second-best record — the Pirates — could be out of the playoffs before they get started.
Another failed attempt to develop the key spot where The Edge restaurant once stood. But logic is with it, long-term.
ZAA is proud to welcome Pittsburgh Zoo & PPG Aquarium as an accredited member.
A global financial meltdown couldn’t come at a better time for people who spend their leisure readying for the collapse of society.
Joe Biden can’t beat Hillary Clinton unless something dramatic and unexpected happens -- like choosing Elizabeth Warren as a running mate.
One man, Jim Chanos, saw China’s financial crisis coming.
The largest chain of movie theaters in the U.S. will begin checking moviegoers’ bags in the wake of the theater shooting in Lafayette, La.
French President Francois Hollande awarded the Legion of Honor to three Americans and a British businessman on Monday.
A crisis over garbage in Beirut threatens to reverse the course of recovery that Lebanon has seen since the end of its civil war in 1991.
The commentary by U.S. Rep. Keith Rothfus about the Iran nuclear agreement is plainly just wrong.
The world is moving ahead with or without us on this, and there is no assurance that sanctions will stand if we back out of the deal.
I’m puzzled that the Post-Gazette would choose to give front-page coverage to an erroneous Associated Press story.
When I moved here in 1980, people felt they needed to tolerate pollution for Pittsburgh to remain prosperous. Not enough has changed.
Too many recent PG articles have focused on the small contingent of deer management opponents.
Instead of dwelling on his past, welcome Vick as the backup and hope that he can help the team win.
Jailing the homeless for sleeping outside might seem harsh, but according to the Justice Department, it’s also cruel and unusual punishment.
There are guns in 36 percent of homes in Pennsylvania, and far too many children have access to them.
NYC officials need more of a grin-and-bear-it attitude about Times Square’s topless women.
A weeklong forum at Chautauqua Institution provides illumination.
A good first step in recruiting more metals manufacturers to the region: reassess our attitude toward the metals manufacturers already here.