The commanders are seeking more troops for overseas. But banish thought of using troops for immigration enforcement.
It’s good to hear the senator expand on his comments, for what he raises is crucial to secondary education and the American workforce.
Pittsburghers are not winning with Sprint’s giant yellow billboard on the face of Mount Washington.
The confusion emanating from the Trump White House over which foreigners are allowed to enter the U.S. isn’t limited to this country.
Conflict in the afflicted countries is the root cause of the famine.
Joseph B. Fay Co. has paid a negligible federal fine, $7,500, despite the damage and inconvenience.
Yahya Sinwar, who spent 23 years in an Israeli prison, would be more on the military than the political side of the Hamas movement.
Members of Congress should hold regular town halls, and all voices should be heard.
Russia’s secret deployment of a new cruise missile calls into question the whole value of making deals with President Vladimir Putin.
The delegation of about 65 Pittsburghers in Cuba this week has a chance to set the stage for big opportunities.
Pittsburgh may get the national attention, but Etna shows that some of the suburbs are pretty livable, too.
The airport is so strategically positioned that no shortage of other businesses might want to land there.
Mr. Trump’s addition of Sweden, an EU member that partners with NATO, to his list of disrespected countries just makes things worse.
Researchers interviewed more than 50 young people who had direct experience with the justice system and asked their opinions about issues.
Medications are the best course of treatment for some patients, but not for all.
There were several major themes running through the president’s commentary. One was his insistence on his electoral victory ...
Mr. Zappala’s job is to ensure that police do their work properly and that offenders get what they deserve — but no more.
The windstorm that ripped through the area on Sunday damaged more than one kind of home.
The Allegheny County Sanitary Authority, under a federal mandate to reduce storm-water runoff, is enlisting community partners in the cause.
The Pittsburgh Water and Sewer Authority faces the monumental task of replacing lead pipes.
The Palestinians have hit the roof at President Donald Trump’s abandoning the two-state solution.
If residents and businesses are to co-exist in bustling Pittsburgh neighborhoods, some ground rules are in order.
The visit to Washington Monday of Canadian prime minister Justin Trudeau seems to have gone relatively smoothly.
Ford’s announcement of a $1 billion investment in a company that works on self-driving vehicles all but cements the city’s status.
The resignation of retired Lt. Gen. Michael T. Flynn as national security adviser Monday night was appropriate.
For those who imprisoned Lewis Jim Fogle for a murder he didn’t commit, the moment of reckoning has arrived.
When he was running for attorney general, Josh Shapiro promised to make consumer protection a top priority. He’s making good on the promise.
Given the complexity, depth and implicit danger in the relationship, it is useful for the two leaders to get to know each other better.
The Trump administration has signaled support for a law to help terminally ill patients access drugs that aren’t fully approved by the FDA.
Fiscal belt-tightening in the state agency that oversees water systems may be creating a health problem for Pennsylvanians.
LifeCare Hospitals of Pittsburgh is helping to address the need for psychiatric hospital beds with 49 private rooms for adults.
Hollywood likes to make movies in the city of Pittsburgh. Wouldn’t it be grand if more movies could be seen here?
In considering the evolution of U.S.-Russian ties it is important to remember that there are advantages to good relations with the bear.
After about 30 years as a distressed municipality — a designation it shed in 2015 — Clairton is poised for an influx of investment.
Schoolchildren around the country often have debts marked against them — money their parents haven’t paid for their cafeteria lunches.
WebOps, a civilian contractor-run program, is plagued by what AP bluntly describes as “incompetence, cronyism and skewed data.”
The Somali elections were strictly not one-person, one-vote.
Alexander Hamilton was a vigorous proponent of a strong executive branch of the federal government.
The fee for state police service is one of Mr. Wolf’s better ideas for revenue generation.
Let the Yemenis, Saudis and Emiratis fight it out if they feel the need to. America should not be involved.
Its parliament’s members were counting on the general tolerance of corruption. No such luck.
If the State Police conduct investigations in the slipshod way they operated the training academy, it’s a wonder any crimes ever get solved.
It’s an auspicious time for the August Wilson Center’s growth.
The incessant failings of the Pittsburgh Water and Sewer Authority are as maddening as the drip, drip, drip from a leaky faucet.
America should be concentrating its resources on its own infrastructure, not fiddling around in combat in Avdiivka, Donetsk and Luhansk.
NASA is poring over data with twins Scott and Mark Kelly’s genomic and physical markers before and after Scott’s yearlong mission in space.
The Lourdes University president said her school will have scholarships available for students who are good at gaming.
The United States’ relations with Israel are focused on three questions that bear on America’s posture in the Middle East and the world.
Astronaut Gene Cernan’s death is a time to regain our sense of possibility.
It’s easy to understand why Democrats would want to block President Donald Trump’s nominee for the Supreme Court.