Donald Trump has proposed some stupendously simple-minded solutions for many of America’s problems.
I doubt that much will significantly change with the election of a new president, whether it be Hillary, Bernie, Donald or whoever else.
In the past, we were told to come together and support the party after the primary election process ended. This model is eroding.
When Beyonce takes the stage at Heinz Field next week, there will be plenty of police on hand to maintain order.
No. 1 defenseman was on the ice for all four Tampa Bay goals in overtime loss to Lightning Sunday night.
The 2008 federal stimulus was a missed chance for sweeping improvements on the Ohio and Mississippi river systems. Now there’s another.
President Obama has a fatal fatalism about the Middle East.
His dream of socialism, American-style, isn’t lost, just delayed ... again.
The performer has rankled police nationwide with her themes in recent work. While some talked boycott, professionalism is more befitting.
The killing shelves the movement toward a negotiated deal between the Taliban and the Afghan government.
The North Shore Connector will hopefully lead to the undertaking of further expansion of public transit projects throughout the region.
At a hearing about an Oakland project, we felt that our verbal testimony was not welcome and our concerns were not taken seriously.
Everyone has an interest in monitoring its power.
When hockey playoff series are tied 2-2, the winner of Game 5 goes on to win the series more than 78.2 percent of the time.
Hard choices here, and a pox upon both parties for their unfortunate candidate choices.
I have no intention of voting for Donald Trump; however, as a teacher, I have two lessons I would like to share with him.
In reference to Jim Galbraith’s May 12 letter (“Conservatives Cultivated Disastrous Trump”): Right on, Mr. Galbraith!
I’d rather they did away with our property taxes, or provide free medical care for the limited years we have left.
Sen. Angus King, an independent, has concluded that the presumptive Republican nominee is not fit to be commander in chief.
The new overtime rules help real people; let’s hear more such policy discussion.
This is the inaugural address that we won’t hear, but should.
This will come as a surprise to quite a few readers — and to my husband, as well — but apparently I have achieved a state of perfection.
Is it time to give up the traditional two-party system (Democrat/Republican)?
Diana Nelson Jones' Walkabout: North Side's Sandwich Week brings attention to its eateries, dining strength
Pittsburgh’s East End-centric foodie buzz hasn’t exactly crossed the Allegheny River yet, but North Side’s annual event has become a draw.
After months of holding his tongue, Heidelberg Mayor Ken LaSota is speaking at borough council meetings again.
What should be a straightforward “improving relations” visit to an increasingly important Asian country is quite complicated in practice.
State Reps. Dan Miller and Judy Ward have introduced commonsense legislation that would help diagnose mental illness in adolescents.
There still are plenty of reasons to think Pittsburgh will eliminate Tampa Bay in six games.
Regarding Medicaid, as a country, we need serious discussion of what the law should permit.
I am writing to comment on “Down on the (Fracking) Farm,” by Jeffrey Condran, a review of the novel “Heat & Light” by Jennifer Haigh.
Let the GOP and Donald Trump fall into each other’s arms. They deserve each other.
One family hangs on in shrinking Cornell school district and another seeks excellence in neighboring Moon.
Finding the black boxes may help, but it will also be vital to know what happened at the airports involved, Paris, Cairo, Asmara and Tunis.
‘The idea that tortoises are slow is a myth.’
A grand jury report describes Plum Senior High School as a place where male teachers had a free hand to prey on female students.
The Buhl Foundation has announced the appointment of its next president, Diana Bucco, who will begin her new job on July 1.
In regard to the May 19 article “Gov. Wolf Vetoes Teacher-Layoff Change,” Gov. Wolf has shown what he really cares about.
More than two decades later, it was tested in Pittsburgh and my rapist was identified.
There’s no time to spare in preparing workers in the Pittsburgh region for next-generation jobs.
We must align our schools and skills training to fill the jobs of the future as the regional economy evolves and baby boomers retire.
Retiredmilitary leaders are playing politicsin ways that haven’t been seen in decades.
The 2016 election might realign our political parties, ideologies and long-observed customs.
The Zika virus has us quaking with the fear, but few of us bother to read down to the third or fourth paragraph of the story.
Nicaraguan medical facilities lack a modern patient safety culture, but Robert Morris University can help, writes Holly Hampe.
The Penguins stumbled to a 4-0 deficit before Marc-Andre Fleury replaced Matt Murray in goal and the Penguins started their comeback bid.
The world is a mess for some people. The mention of God in any text is a good thing.
I want to compliment the PG on the article “Breast-feeding Teacher Encourages African-American Women,” highlighting Ngozi Doreen D. Tibbs.
I believe this nation should commit itself to achieving the goal of landing a man on the moon and returning him safely to Earth!
The president is helping to narrow the income gap.
When I scheduled my blood donation, / I didn't realize it was for Good Friday . . .