Cole, Kang, McCutchen star in game that had everything, including comic relief.
I found your editorial "Candidate Trump" (July 24) rather disturbing.
It's a disgrace that the majority of poor children are still denied school choice.
From the outside, it's incomprehensible, especially given how he's humiliated her.
Now he's campaigning for continuity we can believe in: Hillary Clinton.
The $19 million TIGER grant will provide most of the money necessary to build a 3-acre "cap" over Crosstown Boulevard.
Trump and Sanders have transformed American politics.
He has declined to provide specific information on his policies and has, in many instances, provided conflicting details about his stances.
The murder of an 85-year-old Catholic priest while offering Mass in a village church probably takes the conflict with ISIS to a new level.
Mr. Vrabel, 74, has an unstoppable drive to absorb all the theater and film that he can. Red-eye Megabus roundtrips to NYC? No problem.
The real question is why does Pennsylvania need to slap special taxes on e-cigarettes, smokeless tobacco and other products.
Mariners chase Pirates left-hander in the fourth inning of a start that featured 34 balls and 38 strikes.
The recent spate of violence in our country is troubling, but it is not our entire story. The good outweighs the bad.
Thanks to Rob Rogers’ July 21 cartoon and Oren Spiegler’s July 21 letter, I now know that Republicans are racists, bigots and intolerant.
None of them were criminals when they purchased their guns; they became criminals when they started pulling their triggers.
School board member Moira Kaleida of Beechview donated a kidney to 7-year-old Laith Dougherty of Squirrel Hill.
Where he'll be talking to people who've lost their livelihoods on the altar of free trade.
At least Earth is safe ... for now ...
My plan starts with a government of the people, that can only be destroyed if the people are confused, cynical and estranged from reality.
The House's effort to block the Boeing transaction — the sale of 80 aircraft and the lease of 29 — makes no sense for American interests.
The GOP sets the table with some troubling ideas about foreign affairs.
Obviously the Republicans don’t care who leads their ticket. If you are heartbroken over Bernie, get over it. Bernie did.
Low-premium plans can come with big price tags later on and provide precious little peace of mind.
The historic introduction of multiflora rose and autumn olive by the PGC has adversely impacted public and private land everywhere.
“Summer Camp in Hamas” photo perpetuated the tired stereotype of Gaza as awash with terrorists and weapons.
It happened while I was listening to Ted Cruz address the Republican National Convention. He was talking. People were booing. ...
Last Thursday, police Chief Cameron McLay spoke with the honesty and bluntness that has characterized his nearly two-year stint here.
Western Pennsylvania Conservancy deserves to prevail in getting an important designation for Frank Lloyd Wright’s masterpiece and others.
Yes, we should be aware of the environmental costs of meat production — but consider the gains, and the nature of the cow
The burden of not being fresh and new, and having a record to run on (or from)
The Legislature and Gov. Tom Wolf have taken an important stand against hazing in scholastic athletic programs.
For those readers who can’t get enough of the speeches, roll calls and balloon drops, here’s where to turn.
It is insane to think we would want to roll the dice and see what Donald Trump can do to run us into the ground once again.
Skeptics scoffed when four philanthropic foundations bought the former LTV Coke Works site in Hazelwood in 2002. Now it’s on a roll.
While Nigeria is making a turn for the worse, President Buhari seems more interested in the imprisonment of his political foes
How can people follow a man who has repeatedly made unsubstantiated, divisive statements about his fellow Americans?
The shameless dissembling continues well after the spin has worn off and the undeniable truth has been revealed.
David Freese, Matt Joyce and Sean Rodriguez are providing the Pirates with their strongest bench in several years.
I challenge local leaders to emulate Frank Cahouet and get involved in the pressing and emerging challenges of our region.
Hillary Clinton has been a national political figure for a quarter-century. Yet contradictions and conflicting portraits of her persist.
Consider the story of Jim Mulcahy, 72, the Ukraine-based pastor of the Metropolitan Community Church.
What does the Federal Reserve think about the repercussions of Britain’s vote to leave the European Union? We still don’t really know.
Never let it be said that bipartisanship is dead. When push comes to shove our politicians are looking out for one another.
As a licensed health care navigator, I was disheartened to hear of Richard Sankovich’s struggle with out-of-pocket costs.
As officials figure out how to handle the Turnpike Commission’s debt, motorists will be paying more to use the toll road.
One-time music impresario Pat McArdle is campaigning to have the Greenfield Bridge renamed for self-taught artist and laborer.
When Donald Trump tweeted “I will work hard and never let you down!” he was not talking to Wall Street; he was talking to the middle class.
National and state governments and the universities themselves together must re-examine how higher education is funded.
Tyler Glasnow might be a terrific pitcher one day, but his lackluster start against Philadelphia proved he isn’t quite there now.
The GOP vice presidential nominee said he is “a Christian, a conservative and a Republican, in that order.”