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And I’ll never forgive Nixon for resigning.
Alarmed by the influx, some Americans in border towns have accused the youths of carrying disease or being undercover gang members.
One troubling part of the bill would have college administrations conduct surveys to gather student sexual assault data to publish online.
Corporate policy dictates that only the Girl Scouts, Boy Scouts and the Salvation Army had permission to solicit at stores, the writer says.
Country music comes with baggage, the writer says. Perhaps try the symphony.
“Do Pittsburghers (and the Post-Gazette) really think this is a cute, benign local affectation?” the writer asks.
I don’t want to sell / toothpaste dog food condoms / flat screen tvs ...
“I’ll remember the moments of vulnerability,” I told my friend.
Policy makers often ignore the experts.
She could draw attention to families dealing with kids who have disabilities like her son Trig.
“We just want to ensure the safety of all children and families in an appropriate manner, without reserve or judgment,“ the writer says..
If everybody in Pittsburgh knows personal injury lawyer Edgar Snyder, it’s because he made them know him.
Inflammatory claims like these erode our public discourse, something newspapers should seek to elevate, the writer says.
Like other states, Pennsylvania has reduced funding for public libraries.
The 10-time Pro Bowler was elected to the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 1987.
Every nation is expected to defend itself, except Israel.
I am amazed at how Pittsburgh’s corporations fund basic human needs and cultural interests.
This November, voters will be able to voice their opinion.
The “River of Words” project was designed to connect neighbors, but your article contained an attack on the Venezuelan government.
Rose Ann Milbert and her friends turn donated wedding gowns into dresses or suits for babies who died in the hospital.
The paper must do more to weed out letters that err on the side of subjectivity and hysteria, qualities must be reduced in this country.
Shame on you if you expected the Pirates to make a major move Thursday before the non-waiver trade deadline. That’s just not their way.
Time to set some limits on the terms of federal officials, for everyone’s betterment.
The possibility of actual impeachment is not something that keeps Barack Obama up at night.
Last week, the Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission issued a unanimous order that squarely and fairly resolved the issues that have come
According to Georgetown University’s Center on Education and the Workforce, 63 percent of jobs will require some college education by 2018.
Pittsburgh Mayor Bill Peduto and UPMC have declared a ceasefire over what the health care giant’s fair share for city services should be.
He has neither stopped the slaughter nor prevented the rise of jihadi armies.
In response to the proposal issued last week, we are developing a detailed, evidence-based response that will achieve a holistic solution.
Everyone will pay a price for it — families, businesses, retirees — anyone who uses electricity.
We were appalled on Monday morning after reading the details of the Nocito-Wukich wedding in the Seen column.
Dare I broach the subject? To me the Nocito-Wukich wedding featured in Monday’s Seen column was obSEEN.
It was the unions that organized and, through protest, sometimes violent, slowly changed the working man’s life for the better.
Regarding Ruth Ann Dailey’s glee over the frustrations of liberals, it’s a wonder her laptop didn’t short-circuit from the drivel.
I can think of no finer stewards for the park, history and facilities at the Frick Environmental Center than Pittsburgh Parks Conservancy.
Gov. Tom Corbett hopes not to break cycle in which political parties take turns holding Pennsylvania governor’s seat for eight years.
They keep asking questions: Will we die, too? Why do they hate us? Don’t they have children?
The challenge now for conservative policy fans, though, is that groundbreaking notions must get through the congressional permafrost.
A 12% drop in the power sector’s carbon emissions since 2008 elicited praise for the Obama administration’s effort to combat global warming.
Pittsburgh has a big story to tell but lately hasn’t been able to attract a big audience that comes by hosting a national conference.
It’s amazing how much of the discussion of the Gaza war is based on the supposition that it is still 1979.
The reasons for Ron Tomalis’ hefty salary are unclear.
Allegheny County’s district attorney is looking into the Pittsburgh police robbery squad.
Opportunity rover dazzles with its longevity on Mars.
The July 22 Rob Rogers cartoon is grossly misleading to your readers.
Once again, the Post-Gazette is not able to be even-handed in its coverage of the Israel/Gaza story.
Recently botched executions have raised the question whether death penalty executions should be put on hold in this country.
I agree with Tony Norman; we should televise executions, with one addition ...
Tony Norman’s column about how he is changing his opinion on the morality of televising executions has some excellent points ...