This election will be among the angriest ever but will have little ideological content.
Sweeping economic forces are putting cabbies and coal miners out of work. We must do more to keep them on their feet.
Natural gas prices are falling, to the benefit of consumers, our nation and the environment, yet critics of fracking refuse to face facts.
Stiff filing fees in Allgeheny County mean many parents with little money cannot bring child-custody cases.
The federal budget deficit has shrunk steadily since 2009. After peaking at 9.8 percent of gross national product in 2009 during the
Growing up in Johnstown, all my life I’ve been hearing stories of water and resilience.
Each Memorial Day, Mary Pero recalls her brother’s role in a famous flag-raising at Iwo Jima, writes Bill Zlatos.
The great Trump overload. It’s a relentless onslaught of absurdity.
Business leaders don’t necessarily understand the economy.
He holds one child over his left shoulder / and cradles an infant in his right arm. / The ocean crests at his chest ...
The names have been changed to protect the truly nice.
How do you distinguish a foreign policy “idealist” from a “realist,” an optimist from a pessimist?
The Pittsburgh Marathon was about to kill me when a stranger showed up and said ... hey, it looks like you could use someone to run with.
It is beyond contempt that a politician would use a family tragedy to further his candidacy, but such is the character of Donald Trump.
The Vietnam War is not something that can be “relatively quickly left behind,” as Ben Rhodes, deputy national security adviser, believes.
Summer is upon us, and we are facing important travel decisions. Such as who to blame when we get stuck in interminable airport lines.
Israel under Mr. Netanyahu has gone from bad to worse. The prime minister now leads an ultranationalist party focused on the enemies within.
I plan to ride the rails and ignore where we’re headed.
Calamity likely would not ensue if it leaves the EU.
A Washington Post-ABC poll shows Mr. Romney drawing 22 percent in a hypothetical three-way race.
Mr. Quigley, who resigned under pressure, was a strong voice for the environment. DEP needs another leader who will stand up to industry.
Political Washington in a presidential election year presents a unique atmosphere.
President Obama has a fatal fatalism about the Middle East.
His dream of socialism, American-style, isn’t lost, just delayed ... again.
Everyone has an interest in monitoring its power.
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.
‘The idea that tortoises are slow is a myth.’
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.
Nicaraguan medical facilities lack a modern patient safety culture, but Robert Morris University can help, writes Holly Hampe.
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 . . .
It’s not easy explaining why to a 4-year-old paleontologist.
Unlike many, I am not resigned to the failures of my homeland.
The primary elections reveal a national mood of anxiety, apprehension and anger, in turn reflecting stagnation at home and failure abroad.
The fact that she’s assuring voters that Bill Clinton will take care of the economy is ... totally wrong.
It’s past time for the international community to recognize reality.
The criminality revealed in Altoona-Johnstown was driven by deference.
Patriotism isn’t going to save the macro brewers.
Bernie Sanders needs to let go; Hillary Clinton needs a to be more visionary.
The Supreme Court is right to seek a balance between women's rights and religious rights
Lost Hills is bringing its people together and renewing a sense of community.
The United States continues to invest too much in the region.
Cities can do a lot on their own to reduce income disparities.