The last presidential debate of 2016 all boiled down to ... democracy.
So-called flexible pricing will stick consumers with higher prices.
A solution is on the table in Harrisburg, and it’s time to get it done.
The not-yet-committed, in search of radical change, may fall his way.
Academe is a place where students should be challenged, not coddled.
Most students are inadequately hydrated, so schools must step up as Pittsburgh has.
Keystone countries — the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Ethiopia and South Africa — may join the list of nations in chaos.
Police should be rewarded when they de-escalate a confrontation and avoid violence.
It’s not the food that helps these troubled kids.
Clinton supporters weren’t dissing the church, only some of its politics.
The president of Peru has got everything you’d want in a leader.
Donald Trump’s remarks about his accusers show he still doesn’t get it.
The WikiLeaks emails underline why Hillary Clinton is a threat to religious liberty.
Politicians and voters must face the reality of growing federal debt and unfunded obligations
In this nasty year, both sides fear the worst. But the Constitution gives clear powers to remove a dangerous president. (See Federalist 65.
It’s not a stretch to say our country’s future depends on better early care across the board
My dad expressed an intense longing for home in a collection of letters, writes Henry Lenard.
The question on the Nov. 8 ballot has been cast to drive a ‘yes’ vote, explains a polling expert
The decision to kill is a moral one and must remain with humans, argue two CMU professors
Bizarro world Donald Trump takes his responsibility as a major-party presidential candidate seriously.
the walls at the school dance / were humid and sticky / the old gym embedded with the sweat / of a thousand basketball games, dodgeball
Vladimir Putin, Hugo Chavez and a cavalcade of two-bit caudillos are the kind who lock up their opponents. American leaders don’t.
If she wins, what will our first female president actually be able to accomplish? That depends on how big a victory she achieves.
It was obvious to me, as I dined alone at an upscale restaurant, that the waiter wanted me gone so that a larger group could take my place.
Forty-nine years after my first visit to a New York City theater, the event still seems magical — and unlikely to have happened.
Bob Dylan has surpassed Walt Whitman as the defining American artist.
Republican politicians struggle to find their footing amid the Trump fiasco.
She could realize political benefits by setting a higher standard for openness.
GOP leaders sold out principles to lie down with Donald Trump.
A professor shares his reasons to vote for the GOP nominee.
Like the first lady’s garden, it will prove hard to uproot.
Perhaps he will prove curative for what ails the not-so-grand party
Charter school critics lump the good apples in with the bad
Turkey is pressing Twitter to silence journalists, and Twitter must resist more vigorously.
Putin’s serial humiliations of America’s bewildered secretary of state regarding Syria indicate his determination to destabilize the world.
Die-hard Trump supporters won’t be jarred by a vulgar video. But Republican Party leaders are being forced to assess their options.
The state might split its electoral votes for the first time in this year’s election.
It wouldn’t be easy, because our voting system is so outdated, clunky and decentralized.
It’s perfectly reasonable that the tax code allows deductions for business losses.
Routinely asking prospective employees if they have criminal records ruins lives and reduces economic growth.
The latest evidence is clear: The best predictor of a country’s stability is how its women are treated.
Voters must reject the nativist, isolationist policies of Donald Trump.
Floyd died 82 years ago this month in a shootout with police, a drama that still has locals talking, writes Michael Hasch
The Incredible Trump ... Lyin’ Secretart Clinton wrong! Trump have best temperment!
Only amid the most bizarre, tawdry, addictive election campaign in memory could the real story of 2016 be so effectively obliterated.
Nowhere is the gap between our two major political parties bigger or more consequential than on climate.
I was in a dark mood today and decided to share it with you. No need to thank me.
The Steelers help keep our family together despite the distance between us.
It’s just a start, but Canada’s approach deserves to be widely copied to turn back combat climate change.
His legacy will be tarnished by his inaction in Syria as the toll of death and misery mounts.