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Instead of flying all over the country to push his programs, I would like to see the president spend more time in Washington.
The PG took a stunningly negative tone in its editorial about the president's visit to CCAC's west campus.
To suggest that the Africa Command or the Defense Department is spending $750 million on operations in a vacuum is downright laughable.
Far from being menaces, corporations provide countless services and benefits to people.
The Supreme Court has confirmed that "money talks."
UPMC said last fall in its tax fight with the city that it didn't have employees; now it says a security breach has affected its employees.
Historically, every president has used the “bully pulpit” to promote executive initiatives.
The U.S. Postal Service regrets the service interruptions that have occurred in East Liberty, Point Breeze and Squirrel Hill.
Until reading recent letters to the editor, I thought non-delivery of mail was limited to our route in Crafton.
I will just guesstimate that approximately 1 out of 15 students who are trained for “industry’s needs” may find success in obtaining a job.
As a progressive, I’ve grown used to harangues from conservatives explaining the alleged evils of the Affordable Care Act.
A highlight of the Passover celebration is the singing of Dayenu, a lively song of gratitude.
This is in response to the April 17 Perspectives piece written by John C. Oliver III and James Seif, “Corbett Plan Is Good for Parks.”
I’d like to add to the conversation about the need for education funding.
Wow. Rob Rogers really stuck it to the NRA in his April 14 cartoon. That’s right, those gun-toting zealots really do love to see guns, not
Oftentimes Rob Rogers’ use of "humor" to drive home a point crosses the line.
Legislation was signed into law making significant improvements to how abuse is reported, rectifying problems with mandatory reporting.
When I learned that he was coming to speak about the need for building bridges between industry and the education community, I was thrilled.
I am writing in response to the April 17 article “DA Dumps Charge Against Teen in Bully Recording Case.”
I enjoyed the April 17 article ‘Perfect Storm’ Leads to Acts of Mass Violence” by Amy McConnell Schaarsmith. It was extremely interesting
Familylinks’ Community Support Center program is now re-named the Recovery Support Center as of April.
Science has shown that fish can suffer fear and pain. Catch-and-release fishing is also extremely harmful to fish.
Let’s do it! Where do I sign up and where do I send my check?
Preschool education reduces the achievement gap that appears in later schooling, and effective preschool programs nurture students’
Allegheny County can be a leader in solving the energy crisis, but I believe that resource is available above the ground.
The incident at Franklin Regional High School is an instance of unexplainable violence.
The article “Tap the Gas Under Deer Lakes” glosses over one area that scares me: the chemicals.
It is so amazing to me that one of PG columnist Ruth Ann Dailey’s complaints about the passing of the Affordable Care Act is the lack of
I was going to write this letter the day of the knife attack at Franklin Regional High School but never got around to it. I absolutely knew
At a time when it is difficult to track or react to all traumas occurring throughout the world each day, all of Pittsburgh can be proud of
I find U.S. Sen. Pat Toomey’s recent attempt to cut back on tax credits for all alternative energy sources concerning because I think he
In the Post-Gazette’s April 10 issue, letter writer Ellen Garbuny’s comment about haiku (“Haiku ‘How To’ ”) is correct.
I found the information regarding the pilot program that was initiated at three schools to be very exciting.
The Supreme Court has recently given its blessing to big-money contributions to candidates as part of free speech.
I think President Bush should be painting some of the wounded soldiers with whom he now rides bicycles.
Over the years, AmeriCorps has impacted the lives of many thousands of people through its work.
All the major Democratic candidates for governor are claiming a tax on drilling companies will net hundreds of millions of dollars in taxes.
For the past couple of years we have had to deal with the health care battle between UPMC and Highmark to the dismay of our residents.
During this Holy Week, our governor and legislators should repent their stingy ways to “the least of the brethren."
Why does the Post-Gazette believe the issue of the NCAA exceeding its authority with Penn State is better left unscrutinized?
Years ago at Westinghouse High School, Al Donalson already showed his amazing talent as a journalist and writer.
The Pirates have replaced Zoltan with the "Yes Movement" of the WWE's Daniel Bryan.
Individuals should have the civic pride to properly dispose of their garbage, not rely on the state to pick up items tossed out the window.
City voters made it clear that they wanted our city police to live in the city.
The call for expansion of Medicaid would place one-quarter of Pennsylvania citizens on the rolls of this welfare program.
The perpetrator in the Franklin Regional attacks should not be charged as an adult. He needs the right diagnosis and treatment.
Imagine if the young man in the Franklin Regional stabbings had had access to a gun.
Many years ago doctors and parent organizations put up a fight to remove violent cartoons from TV. Where are these organizations now?
Society, parents, teachers and friends influence kids more than the NRA.
Nowadays, the law-abiding go through all manner of background checks to purchase guns, something that didn’t used to be the case.