My America believes in protecting those in the minority.
Picture his hand on the red button.
Personality flaws in a leader don’t necessarily prevent honorable goals from being executed.
The national consensus in 1955 was that racism and segregation were reasonable, practical and even sanctified by God. Rosa Parks said, No.
Mr. Trump, if you’re going to look at health care, don’t just look at an errant shoot. Pull the miserable plant up by the root and figure
Congress should make sure retired miners continue to receive their health care and pension benefits.
How many times do House Democrats have to lose before they figure out that Nancy Pelosi is not the winning ticket?
One word by Mr. Putin about relations with the United States stood out: “equality.”
One of the most successful aspects of the Affordable Care Act was the provision of states to expand Medicaid.
Labor laws should protect the low-level pros.
Straddling L.A. and Pittsburgh, I can tell you that we are all in this together.
College is unaffordable in this country.
The PG ignored the most important trait of Castro’s ideology as leader of the Cuban revolution.
Chasing a suspected drug felon does not warrant risking lives. Chasing a stolen car does not warrant risking a life.
Hillary Clinton’s version seems elitist and out of touch with the times.
Mike Diven, who has a long and continuing history with the people (and boxers) of Cuba, recalls a friendly chat with the maximum leader.
The tragic deaths of three innocent people during a police chase on Thanksgiving compel local police departments to take important steps.
When I first visited Cuba, I noted the enthusiasm of people to protect the gains of universal health care, child care and public education.
The European parliament voted Nov. 24 to suspend accession negotiations with Turkey.
That said, the U.S. embargo should not be reimposed on Cuba.
History tells us to expect a lot of delays, complications and confusion.
When I moved to Pittsburgh in 2009, my cab driver told me that Pittsburgh was the greatest city in the world because of waves of immigrants.
Breitbart became a website where a mix of real racists and anti-establishment mischief-makers would post hate speech and misogynist memes.
What terrible words I have been hearing from those who didn’t agree with the outcome of the election.
Whose bright idea was it to put gory, gruesome pictures of dead deer on the front page of the Local News section on Tuesday?
With reference to the Nov. 29 Local News section “Opening Day Bounty” pictures:
Even though Donald Trump won the election, he still is questioning the legitimacy of the election.
Trump is undermining faith in our free and fair elections.
The desire for change in France is overwhelming. A survey showed that 89 percent of adults believe the country is on the wrong track.
Pope Francis’ characterization of worldwide tensions based largely on race and ethnicity couldn’t be more on point.
Daniel and Carole Kamin are giving $5 million to endow the director’s position at the Carnegie Museum of Natural History.
Trump should keep his voters in mind and rebuild America.
Upcoming leadership says coal will return. It is contrary to fact, and it is just one instance of cruel and devilish manipulation.
For Ms. Clinton to have won, the American people would have had to say that the Democrats may continue to dupe and make fools of us.
Mr. Trump joins a select group of presidents who lost the popular vote (think Bush v. Gore) and won because of Madison’s system.
We Americans, by and large, are being governed without our consent.
Concentrate on the promises you made, Mr. President-Elect: national security, fair trade, jobs and hope for the long-forgotten working man.
More than a few once-staunch “Never Trump” Republicans have already bared their necks like submissive canines before the Trump alpha dog.
Mitch McConnell should stop bottling up a bill to protect retired coal miners.
The difficult work of building more support now begins.
Nuclear power is unpopular, and gas is cleaner than coal.
Measuring his life of Fidel Castro, who died Friday night in Havana at 90, depends on where the person passing judgment stands.
It’s shortsighted to not placing more emphasis on space exploration, the only gateway to the survival of the life as it now exists on Earth.
The call for “change” couldn’t have been louder. And now we have it. Democrats, let’s look forward to more change.
Russia’s interference in our election is a huge story that’s been largely ignored.
This is in response to the Nov. 23 article “Canonsburg Gunman Left No Manifesto.”
Create a “51st state” with 50 electoral votes; this “51st state” would be won by the candidate receiving the most popular votes.
My generation was raised in part by June Cleaver, Shirley Partridge and Carol Brady.
“Taking our country back” is a two-track highway; and there’s no term for Fidel Castro other than mass-murdering dictator.
Suicide among young people remains rare, but the fact that it is on the rise is reason for alarm.