Customers who buy sex from trafficking victims are supporting a form of human slavery.
Penn State University has threatened to abolish Greek life because of rampant alcohol problems at its flagship campus in University Park.
In an elevator in February 2014, the former star running back of the Baltimore Ravens did something that has haunted him ever since.
Alcoa and Pittsburgh are both poorer for the company leadership’s 11-year distance from Pittsburgh. With luck, the company will rebound.
Major League Baseball made the right call in suspending Pirates outfielder Starling Marte for 80 games.
With so many of the region’s roads and bridges in poor shape, it would be an awful shame to waste a huge sum on a project that isn’t needed.
The candidates are spread across the political spectrum, from left to right and with special French characteristics in between.
The teaching profession may never be a perfect demographic mirror of the nation’s students, but it should be closer than it is.
Bill O’Reilly is out of a job.
Applications to Canadian universities are up.
The NFL should separate itself from gambling and require players to do so, too.
When a police department is riven by internal strife, criminals gain the upper hand. Wilkinsburg needs to put its house in order fast.
British Prime Minister Theresa May proposed an early election Tuesday, approved by Parliament on Wednesday, for June 8.
In the history of Pittsburgh philanthropy, Henry Lea Hillman, who died Friday at age 98, was a towering figure who kept a low profile.
Cut out big insurance companies, eliminate deductibles and copays, and let health care consumers know what they’re getting for their dollar.
Educators must educate on this issue: Students must understand that cyberabuse can have serious consequences.
Prince Harry did right by seeking professional help for psychological problems. He did the world a favor by talking publicly about it.
It is difficult to wish Turkey well as it turns away from democratic, representative government.
The Trump administration invited contractors to try to squeeze more money out of people already having trouble paying what they owe.
Two Friday stories illustrated the challenges of improving police-community relations. One portended a step forward, the other a step back.
Once upon a time, baseball was as segregated as every other part of American life. Then along came Jack Roosevelt “Jackie” Robinson.
The unanimous decision Thursday by the U.N. Security Council to withdraw the U.N. peacekeeping force from Haiti is probably overdue.
Dan Rooney, who died Thursday at 84, never let the money, the prestige or the power of owning the Steelers go to his head.
Student journalists at a Kansas high school taught their school board a lesson about vetting candidates.
Mark Zuckerberg has pledged to redouble his company’s efforts to eliminate fake news on Facebook and now will also address revenge porn.
At a press conference Wednesday, he apologized for losing his temper on those toiling for him on the taxpayers’ dime.
It was certainly useful for President Donald Trump to host Chinese President Xi Jinping in a highly visible visit to Mar-a-Lago resort.
There are at least three reasons for optimism. Each is, as usual in political matters, ambiguous.
Allegheny County is bringing technology to bear in the effort to keep children safe.
United should have addressed the situation before a single passenger got on the plane.
Secretary of State Rex Tillerson first needs to develop a working relationship with his counterpart, Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov.
While the world focuses on troubling events involved in Syria and North Korea, developments in South Africa are taking an unhealthy turn.
Karen Hacker needed only three words — “my heart aches” — to sum up the news that 613 people in the county died from drugs last year.
Passover asks every man, woman and child who observes it to think of himself or herself as having been a slave and as having been set free.
The closing of the 90-year-old Duquesne University Press will be a loss for all who care about scholarly research.
The moon just got closer. Two people have placed a “significant” deposit to fly around it, SpaceX CEO Elon Musk has announced.
The message for the Russian and Chinese leaders must be to stop using their murderous proxies, Syria and North Korea, to poke and prod us.
The law should provide justice. But sometimes, despite all appeals to right and reason, the law denies it.
Go to a primary care provider. Ask the Mayo Clinic for a second opinion. The diagnoses will be the same 1 out of 8 times, a study shows.
Even by the standards of modern television commercials, the now-defunct Pepsi ad starring Kendall Jenner was dumb.
The real sore thumb of South America remains Venezuela.
The U.S. Department of Justice should embrace its authority to monitor local law enforcement.
They and others are trying to find their way in a 2017 continent between the European Union and NATO and a more aggressive Russia.
Paul Pozonsky lost his job as a Washington County judge because he stole drug evidence for his personal use. He should lose his law license.
President Trump’s warm reception of President Abdel-Fattah el-Sissi put in some contrast the Trump foreign policies and President Obama’s.
The Pittsburgh region’s population continues to drop, thanks to the double whammy of more deaths than births and decades of out-migration.
As expected, Senate Democrats are going to filibuster the nomination of Judge Neil Gorsuch to the Supreme Court. It’s quixotic.
The Trump administration is lowering the level of accountability for U.S. bomb and drone attacks, and the onset of famine — not unrelated.
Three Pittsburgh foundations are providing more than $6 million in much-needed financial assistance to the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra.
The New Castle company pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor for failing to report the disappearance of 63,000 commercial-grade fireworks in 2014.