He represents a new generation, but does he have anything new to say?
A record number of people, 149, were exonerated last year after being falsely convicted of crimes.
Penn Hills school board’s 2016-17 budget proposal landed with a thud.
Libya is rapidly growing as a concern for the United States.
The House and Senate passed an on-time, balanced budget by June 30, which Gov. Tom Wolf vetoed.
An animal does not have the value of a human life.
The Port Authority officers followed the use-of-force policy set forth in the Pennsylvania Crimes Code by the book.
Bruce Kelley Jr.’s life matters, more now than ever.
The Republicans will be “split” until they all realize that this whole new mix has a much broader appeal.
Something is often forgotten in the emotional coverage of a fallen K-9 officer: Humans put the dog into the position of being killed.
The conversation around, about, even from Panthers quarterback Cam Newton has gotten strange, but his game is extraordinary in the best way.
Americans pay for much of the military aid going to Thailand.
Just when she’s on a roll, Clinton reveals her greed and cluelesness.
Here’s a bipartisan proposal to make Obamacare work.
We college presidents must join with coaches, parents and fans to protect our student-athletes
An afternoon encounter between two men and Port Authority police officers rapidly escalated into tragedy Sunday in Wilkinsburg.
The crisis in Flint, Mich., has cities and towns across the country suddenly concerned about aging infrastructure.
The 26th African Union summit, which ended Sunday in Ethiopia, ducked as usual the questions of bloody conflict on the continent.
Fumigating and “fogging” are knockdown agents that go after only adult mosquitoes — and then it’s too late.
Tens of thousands of children die every year of malaria. The ban on DDT is responsible.
Politicians constantly give in on causes they believed in and promises they made in campaigns because their “owners” tell them what to do.
Former Steelers receiver Emmanuel Sanders, now getting another Super Bowl shot with the Broncos, is as confident as ever entering Sunday.
We'll be outsourcing all the positions to robots.
Iowans turn out in record numbers and dethrone Donald Trump.
Some scattered thoughts on old stories and new
We want to ensure that patients have the confidence that they’re getting the best possible cancer care.
U.S. foreign policy needs an overhaul, but our presidential candidates don’t seem to get it.
Perhaps the most telling result was the emergence of Marco Rubio from the pack of lesser GOP candidates.
It’s not over-dramatic to say that the health of the city depends on its public schools.
Art students need to learn to stick to their own canvas.
Why are the local lead levels rising so dramatically in the first place?
Millions of Americans are looking for job openings that don’t exist. What should we do for them?
Recall our Social Security benefits (“socialism”) and Medicare benefits (“socialism”)?
It was a lot of fun to watch — except for the goaltenders who had to watch pucks fly past them — and a good victory for the Penguins.
Talib hopes to add one more chapter to his success story Sunday night in Super Bowl 50.
The tiny margin of victory should sharpen her campaign.
John Morris, an artist who moved to Pittsburgh from Brooklyn a decade ago, sees the city in unconventional ways, which is always a tonic.
The extension will most likely add more traffic to an already overflowing, painful commute on the parkway.
The other ‘mainstream’ candidates will go after him, but catching him now will not be easy.
If you want to put a Rebel soldier on a pedestal, I nominate James Longstreet.
There's no point in building a Mon-Fayette Expressway extension that doesn't come to Pittsburgh.
The world will benefit if U.N.-sponsored talks in Geneva lead to peace in Syria.
Clinical researchers are finding it difficult to attract patients for their trial studies.
Gov. Wolf has shown that he obviously has no regard for the rural citizens of the state who depend on these CAHs for their health care
Why is Beechview so neglected?
If it wasn’t for the unions, there wouldn’t be the good-paying jobs with benefits that help sustain our families
John Fetterman is running for a seat in the U.S. Senate.
Bill Cowher is very comfortable as TV analyst, but likely could be just as comfortable with return to being a head coach in the NFL.
Feel the purge: Very few of the people in this race will have the gall to run for the presidency again.
Guns bought on the site with no background checks have been used in crimes.