The Libertarian presidential nominee had another “moment,” during a town hall with his running mate William Weld.
An Allegheny County deputy sheriff had to administer Narcan to resuscitate an individual due to drug overdose.
The elevation of Mr. Trump to Republican nominee is the culmination of the Tea Party dynamic, enabled by gerrymandering.
Congratulations to the Post-Gazette on the special section concerning Arnold Palmer.
A great section devoted to Arnie Palmer,
Panthers are more disappointing than Nittany Lions because expectations were greater.
Science says it’s not Hillary.
Democrats shouldn't traffic in conspiracy theories.
Testimony by experts is usually readily accepted and given much weight in a jury’s deliberations.
Medical marijuana sellers in Pennsylvania will have to deal in cash for now.
A lot of testing remains before self-driving cars should be widely deployed.
Why raise the level of exposure of U.S. troops in the region further now?
State lawmakers should use the few remaining days in the legislative calendar to pass new laws aimed at addressing the opioid epidemic.
Drug addiction has been destroying so many lives for so long.
But Bill Nunn had another life that took him far beyond the familiar streets of Sugar Top.
How aggressive will the team be in trying to right the ship?
I used to live in Pittsburgh 20 years ago and had not seen the Market Square area for quite some time.
TV media were more interested in ratings than in doggedly pursuing the truth.
He likes to reference Ronald Reagan as a role model, but Mr. Reagan never behaved this way.
He personally visited classrooms at Logan Elementary in East Allegheny School District to distribute backpacks filled with school supplies.
Mayor Mike Cherepko fired an officer for posting an inflammatory message on social media indicating a bias against African-Americans.
He could make worse a long-term problem for the GOP.
So she’s pouring troops and surrogates into the state in hopes of giving Trump no route to victory.
This past Saturday evening, as we dined at an outdoor restaurant in Market Square, a violent fight occurred in the square.
Mr. Peres’ support of “land for peace,” starting in 1984, led him to pursue peace and security for Israel through the 1993 Oslo accords.
Timothy Glasspool was criticized in an Allegheny County grand jury report for his handling of a teacher-student sex abuse scandal.
Pittsburghers happy to have lovers’ padlocks removed from Three Sisters bridges
Obama wants to avoid the mess and leave it to his successor
It was disappointing to read the Investment Company Institute’s misinformation about a change to Pa.’s unclaimed property laws.
The Steelers offensive line gets most of the blame as its high-powered offense put up just three points Sunday against Philadelphia.
Peter Kohnke’s criteria for president of the United States would exclude 12 previous presidents.
Donald Trump believes his “off-the-cuff” statements are signs of straight talk, whereas they are signs of the lack of civility.
Americans must not dismiss five years of hateful, racist speech with a period at the end of a sentence.
I tuned in to the first presidential debate. I expected nothing but painful exasperation, but I was surprised, although not in a good way.
Officers should try to save the people they shoot.
Colombia continues to make its way toward the end of a bloody, now 52-year-old civil war between its government and rebel movement the FARC.
She glowed; he glowered. She knew a lot; he didn’t.
The justice system gets it right much of the time, but when it fails, it can fails miserably.
Last week, the administration of Gov. Tom Wolf announced its plan for reducing hunger in Pennsylvania.
Thank you, retired police officer Joe Poniewaz (“Parents Need to Do Something About Shootings,” Sept. 16 letters) for telling it like it is.
I was moved to write this letter after reading Therese McKenzie’s letter (“Police Shootings Stem From a Nation Awash in Guns,” Sept. 23).
Our family appreciates the attention paid to my aunt, a Pittsburgh-born artist who had a troubled life but left wonderful work.
The left is not hiding its desire to make America a socialist country.
Civil discourse is the foundation of a strong democracy.
June 17 at the 1994 U.S. Open at Oakmont Country Club one of the special days in golf history.
Commuters and merchants who did without T service in Beechview for six months have reason to celebrate.
I’m actually ashamed of myself and my profession for not taking Donald Trump’s populist demagoguery seriously until now.
Another set of black men killed by the police — one in Tulsa, Okla., another in Charlotte, N.C.
A great American, he showed the world the best values of Western Pennsylvania.
September has revealed in Europe at least three phenomena that are evidence of serious, if not tectonic tremors in its overall stability.