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Physics is for those who reject all authority, those who know in their bones that the world is not what it seems.
We came very close to having our own Michael Brown situation when Jordan Miles was viciously beaten by Pittsburgh police in 2010.
Betrothed women of the world, unite! You have nothing to lose but your husbands’ names.
As we celebrate Labor Day 2014, the old-fashioned idea of “making” is becoming new again.
We want to expand the middle class and rebuild main street communities.
Many are delusional about the state of race relations.
I get a lot of odd requests. This was the first of its kind.
This economist hopes that economic inequality will give way to a strong middle class — with the health care sector leading the way.
Where we live has a lot to do with who we are, this neuroscientist and author explains.
Lou Gehrig’s disease may not be what you thought but the challenge is worthy, this neurologist writes.
A historic California court case will shape schools across the nation, says this education writer.
The 50-year-old program gives society’s most disconnected young people a chance, says the U.S. labor secretary.
“We fell in love at Channel 16,” recalled Ricki Wertz. “Several of the WENS staff members got married, including Tom and I.”
In his new book he says something few politicians say: Mr. Ryan says he was wrong.
Women can be marginalized even in the very forums that rely on them to share their experiences.
It’s hard to sympathize with anyone in the “knee defender” episode.
It’s high time the league pay musicians at the Super Bowl.
I’m savoring this moment, when all is right with the world because my daughters are home -- until life’s next adventures.
Wilkinsburg, Pa. Which of us can say what exactly it was that / made it such a stunning image? But both of us / caught it ...
The French president is also failing Europe as a whole.
Everyone knows why inversions are happening. America’s 35 percent corporate tax rate is absurdly uncompetitive.
Golf may be less a diversion than an obsession.
Unconscious attitudes are worth examining after the events in Ferguson, Missouri.
What is the Navy’s mission with China on the rise?
Innumerable interrelationships exist between environmental factors, living organisms on all levels, and plants or human health.
Governors races will show whether Tea Party feelings are fading.
The weary president hands off race relations to Al Sharpton.
The opportunity to come up with a fair formula for schools must be seized.
The PG attacks our work while ignoring CSSD ethical questions.
If it feels as though the world of disorder is expanding against order, it’s not your imagination. There’s an unfortunate logic to it.
The idea of Mr. Perry running for president raises one of my favorite subjects: interregional differences in economic and population growth.
It is clear that women’s equal right to vote, established 94 years ago, has not yet translated into equal representation in government.
What should the media do when terrorists pose victims?
The federal criminal justice system is flawed but still effective.
With tense situations at home and abroad, the president takes refuge on the links.
A lot of time, energy and lives have been wasted while we citizens of the still-free Western world bicker bitterly while Mosul burns.
In dealing with dirty water, the Strip District could be our secret weapon, says Riverlife’s president and CEO.
All young black males are suspect in the eyes of the law.
As events in Ferguson remind the nation, police killings of African-Americans continue to spark unrest.
Often the best medicine is simply having someone care, says a psychologist.
A Canadian ambassador says Reagan’s hopes for a greater role for a power bloc of the United States, Canada and Mexico has dimmed.
Facts that speak for themselves.
Post-Gazette cartoonist Rob Rogers remembers the city’s colorful 56th mayor, Sophie Masloff, who died last Sunday.
Gov. Bob McDonnell has, apparently, mistaken Judge James R. Spencer for his marriage counselor.
On Pittsburgh’s supposed brain drain, children playing unsupervised, the trustworthiness of polls, and sleep problems.
Uncle Sam is talking to his psychiatrist, Dr. Poppy Pill, about Sam’s propensity to get involved in unhealthy relationships.
If you have an ounce of marketing savvy, I have a can’t-miss proposition for you.
The house that was too big when we moved in, then was too small, is too big again as we send off the last of our five kids to college.
The Metropolitan Opera’s Licia Albanese, who died Aug. 15 at age 105, was an icon of my formative years.
As I enter a room / And view the crowd / I feel alone ...