His fresh start started Nov. 9, the day after he was elected president. In this span of time, he has continued to lie, bully and offend.
This is a response to letter writer Susan Cohen’s vow to protest every action from our new president and his Cabinet that displeases her.
After all, Cabinet members don’t have to be competent.
I miss seeing people dress up for the occasion.
Her performance of the national anthem succinctly illustrates Mr. Trump’s presidential values of representing real Americans.
Commuting the sentence of Chelsea Manning, one of the great traitors of our time, is finger-in-the-eye willfulness.
But more training isn’t all that retail employees need. They need the opportunity to earn higher wages, too.
Donald J. Trump succeeded Barack H. Obama as president of the United States in an age-old ceremony on the steps of the Capitol.
I’ve never liked haircuts and never knew why, but maybe I’m figuring it out
It was the year we conceded we’d be in recovery / For the rest of our lives. We dressed like twins in coats ...
Bernie would’ve been my preference, but I would’ve (and did) vote for Hillary Clinton without reservation.
If Donald Trump wants to be treated with respect, maybe he should show the same courtesy to others.
The American people have spoken.
This march is not about sour grapes after a lost election.
Even the nominee for secretary of health and human services doesn’t seem to know what’s up.
I’m not sure what one does when one considers a president ‘illegitimate’?
The county, municipalities and school districts can easily afford to help seniors stay in their homes.
The Secret Service certainly sharpened its teeth protecting President Barack Obama, given the many threats posed against him.
The Penguins’ project in the Lower Hill District was dealt a blow when U.S. Steel backed out of plans to relocate its headquarters there.
Why should the rest of the world care about Gambia?
Articles regarding climate change have more credibility when written by scientists and not journalists.
The Pennsylvania Health Care Plan, House Bill 1688, will be reintroduced toward the beginning of this new legislative session.
In my opinion, the presidential inauguration honors the office of the president as well as the president-elect.
Where leftism breeds, totalitarian regimes seem inevitably to follow.
Let’s see if “Make America Great Again” holds up as well as “Yes We Can.”
Matthew Burk (“Media Despicables,” Jan. 17 letters) attempts to chastise the media as undermining Trump’s qualifications for the presidency.
Locker rooms are like Las Vegas.
The South Carolina governor probably would make a better secretary of state than Rex Tillerson.
The unifying of America does not seem to be on the agenda.
We’ll never know what voters would have decided if we’d been asked a straight question rather than the one that appeared on the ballot.
Antonio Brown’s immature behavior strikes again! Broadcasting the coach’s locker room talk … what was he thinking?
Prime Minister Theresa May stated on Tuesday her intentions for the nature of the withdrawal of the United Kingdom from the European Union.
The best we can do is to freeze the North’s missile program.
The American voters became so fed up with both parties that they looked outside of Washington and wanted a completely new direction.
While it is not easy to feel sympathy for those convicted of sex crimes, their legal rights must be respected like everyone else’s.
It isn’t sour grapes. I accept that, like it or not, Donald Trump will be the next president of the United States. However, I will protest.
I am embarrassed to be called a Democrat. We Democrats are acting like petulant, spoiled brats.
Four years ago, the Defense Intelligence Agency warned the White House that ISIS’s activity in Syria had created “grave danger.”
As a former conservative, I’ll be paying attention to everything this Republican tenure causes and be ready to vote appropriately in 2018.
Maybe we should stop subsidizing so many 30-year, fixed-rate mortgages.
I encourage Mr. Trump and our congressional delegation to embrace the renewable energy economy as a future source of high-paying jobs.
Elizabeth Stelle’s Jan. 16 Perspectives commentary, “A Better State Budget,” is an alarming review of Pennsylvania’s poor fiscal health.
Liberals need to get a grip and stop talking about a mass ‘resistance’ movement
Xi Jinping’s presence was seen by some as an acknowledgement of concern about the impact that trade wars would have on the Chinese economy.
Two professors at the University of Pittsburgh have begun updating a database to track the smuggling of nuclear material.
He displayed great dignity, did a lotof good and made some bad mistakes.
Diverting ye olde Christmas trees from city landfills to big chippers is a win-win. But it can’t be so inconvenient.
A group of women are knitting “P” hats to wear as they demonstrate against the incoming president.
To pay him to speak via teleconference can be seen in no other terms than aiding and abetting a fugitive.
Perhaps if the media had done its job, instead of blatantly distorting the truth, then Mr. Trump might not display such utter contempt.