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Captivity is cruel for such social, wide-ranging creatures.
Ms. Kane has no choice but to resign.
Michael Lamb would be the better watchdog and he has earned the Post-Gazette endorsement.
There is an old saying that “your right to flail your fists about wildly ends where my nose begins.
We need to extend bar hours until 4 a.m. so that we can attract more drunks to our area.
Mao Zedong’s Cultural Revolution has demonstrated the price a society must pay when its system turns against its intellectuals.
Why we can’t have an honest conversation about fracking.
Kris Letang and Pascal Dupuis hope to play again next season, but they know that doctors might make final call on that decision.
Parents might wise up to turning in their children who are real criminals.
A video distribution company has turned the lights back on in one of Spring Hill’s few commercial properties.
Fractured parties and partisanship are on the rise in both the U.S. and Europe.
Rather than trying to obstruct Gov. Wolf, Mr. Osborne and Ms. Stelle pressure our Legislature to tax Marcellus Shale extraction.
Vets need to know about our many mental health services.
President Obama routinely promises greater transparency within the federal government. Congress is making strides toward that critical goal.
Alice Beck Dubow of Philadelphia and Robert J. Colville of Ross face off in the May 19 primary.
The deaths of an American aid contractor and an Italian health worker should put the issue of the program’s effectiveness in sharp focus.
Music can transform forgotten people and places. Consider a program at Lee Correctional Institution in South Carolina.
I am relieved that the DA is beginning an investigation into what appears to be an appalling culture of sex between students and teachers.
For several months, PWSA has been giving us false hope that would not be tolerated in the “real world” of customer service.
College-age kids appeared at the same time carrying nonsensical signs about energy use with the intent of neutralizing our message.
Neither UPMC nor Highmark can restrict the medical care providers we use now and will use in the future.
Given how poorly Evgeni Malkin just played for the Penguins in their biggest games of the season, maybe he should rest up for next year.
The South Carolina senator would enliven the Republican campaign trail.
The biggest pay-per-view event ever comes on Saturday, if only we had enough friends to help cover the cost.
In the aftermath of an Earth Day neighborhood clean-up: the best of humanity on display.
While we see some progress in Pittsburgh, many areas continue to pose hazards to those on foot.
She’s the first Democrat in years to be free of their pressures in the primaries.
Mexico’s Xalisco Boys have reached into Pittsburgh and set up a nationwide distribution network that rivals Amway.
Democratic voters should retain Chelsa Wagner as county controller in the primary race with Mark Patrick Flaherty.
As a daily pedestrian commuter who also drives in town when needed, I can see the challenge from both sides.
The Pennsylvania Supreme Court makes decisions vital to women’s health.
New federal regulations should be as strong as Pennsylvania’s.
In fact, they have not been fighting each other for centuries.
I’m sure the free-speech champion won’t mind my pointing out that his diatribe “College Coddling” (April 19) reaches new heights of idiocy.
This campaign will be reminiscent of most Republican campaigns; it will be solely about demonizing Hillary Clinton and what she proposes.
She did an awesome job articulating the Republican Party’s position for all of us voters.
She gave what I think to be a most elegant and succinct argument for raising the minimum wage.
Wow! Hillary Clinton actually ate a burrito!
Marathon route is getting easier, or maybe it’s just that cars are better.
It might be delusional, but Penguins still have a good starting point.
The article “YouTube Celebrates 10 Years” exposes human needs — to be wanted, recognized, not ignored, to be somebody.
The Trade Institute will rebuild lives, Pittsburgh schools will take a new approach to behavior, Canine Angels will help more veterans.
What would happen if I refused to shake hands with Jews or sit next to black men?
The classic World War II morale booster, the work of a freelance artist named J. Howard Miller, was inspired by Pittsburgh workers.
My dad will carry me through the Pittsburgh he loved.
A proposed city zoning change would allow residents who have at least 2,000 square feet of property to own up to five chickens or ducks.
Kraft’s version, the quintessential mac-and-cheese, is about to undergo a radical change.
I am responding to your editorial calling for mediation of the dispute between Chukky Okobi’s Mansion at Maple Heights and its neighbors.
Discredited GOP ideas just keep shambling along
Kudos, Meredith Dobson, for your exquisitely accurate description of the wasteful “Highmark Passport to Health” volume.