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There’s likely to be a bloody battle within the party.
A Tea Party experiment appears to be backfiring.
Maybe more people would play if we turned it into a game
But please remember the good that politics can achieve.
Komen should be sponsoring a Race for Prevention.
Halloween arrives on the hustings.
Think twice about taxing the educational institutions that already contribute so much to our region.
The former secretary of state is still trying to figure out what happened to her political groove.
The best escalator to opportunity in America is education. But a new study underscores that the escalator is broken.
How can we still be arguing over background checks?
The Senate should pass The Revitalize American Manufacturing and Innovation Act.
These underappreciated facts will have an impact on the elections and beyond.
The Milwaukee County district attorney has stained Wisconsin by using government to go after political foes.
Elizabeth Finley credits CMU professor Patricia Maurides with bring art and science under the same roof.
Ebola and the Islamic State are terrible but probably won’t make a lasting imprint, suggests professor Stephen M. Walt.
Fifty years ago, Lyndon Johnson and Ronald Reagan set the terms of debate we're still having today.
The Islamic State’s beheadings say something good about the world, too, observes writer STEPHANIE SALDANA.
Pennsylvania waterways need more protection from pollution, argue environmental advocates TOM HOFFMAN and KRISSY KASSERMAN.
Whatever it is, they’re not getting a lot of it in this year’s campaigns
Her influence may be felt on the national stage more than in her native state.
Facts that speak for themselves.
I have so many other worries; let me tell you about them.
The rich don’t like it when the poor get to vote.
I learned a lot about race, and myself, from my time at Georgia Tech.
... What Ed Murrow said makes me think of it all: / most truths are so naked that people feel sorry for them ...
President Obama reflexively insists on playing the shocked outsider when something goes wrong within his own administration.
One spreads tolerance, the other disorder.
Congress should act now to renew the CHIP program.
I started asking around, and it’s kind of a bummer.
Here’s some advice for the future CEO of the August Wilson Center.
He led his paper to power and Pulitzers and looked back without regrets.
We need to focus on research and protection, not politics.
One night he rang Ben Bradlee’s house.
What we need is a national strategy for all health care institutions
It’s a revolution: Kansas City fans no longer serve as objects of pity.
America has a long history of seeing foreigners as diseased
Women keep getting threatened online by cowardly boys and men.
The assisted-suicide debate has little to do with the death most of us will face.
Self-driving cars won’t have our limitations. They will prevent tens of thousands of fatalities every year and better our lifestyles.
The legal and moral logic for Pittsburgh City Council President Bruce Kraus’ proposed panhandling ordinance is elusive.
There’s lots of real, serious news going on in the world. (There always is.) But last week, the Internet was set abuzz by “Fangate.”
Two weeks ago my family was blessed by the birth of a new baby. My first grandchild, a boy, instantly filled me with unconditional love.
Theoretically, yes, every U.S. hospital, doctor and nurse has been trained before graduation in blood-borne pathogen protocols.
The rise, battlefield success and vainglorious propaganda of the so-called “Islamic State” may prove to be a moment of clarity for Muslims.
The latest debate continues, having been set off by Adrian Peterson beating his son with a branch to the point of bleeding and bruising.
The former Republican just might help keep the Democrats in control of the Senate.
Soft on Ebola; Black men in jail; Get rid of the methane; Overthrow Obama?
Facts that speak for themselves.
Craig Britcher says professional baseball had an opportunity to embrace integration years earlier with a great player from Steubenville