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Women for a Healthy Environment hosts a campaign to raise consumer awareness about the potential health effects of fragranced products.
Yellow Cab for years has had egg on its face for not providing the right service.
Vladimir Putin’s visit to a monastery was purely religious. Orthodox Christians found the photo placement offensive.
I pray for the conversion of the Russian Orthodox Church so that it will return to Gospel leadership.
“Come look at the freaks” begins one of the best local theater productions to hit Pittsburgh in a long time.
Whose “right of freedom of choice” did the contraception ruling affect? Was it for the owner of a business or for the female worker?
Thank you for the column by Linda Wilson Fuoco about helping birds survive the summer (“Pet Tales,” July 19).
Rob Rogers’ July 22 cartoon conveys the false message that Israel’s bombing in Gaza is a “heinous and cowardly” act.
Tuesday morning’s cartoon (“Which Is the More Heinous and Cowardly Act?” July 22) really bothered me.
We should have paid attention to Dwight Eisenhower’s warning about the military-industrial complex.
President Obama declared “We have to make sure that the truth is out and that accountability exists” in response to the downing of MH17.
The Society of Saint Vincent de Paul — Diocesan Council of Pittsburgh lauds Holy Family for helping children caught in the border crisis.
Mr. Obama wants additional billions to help the illegals, yet our veterans are dying from lack of proper medical care. Why?
Our experience showed that handicapped fans can go to the games with confidence that the staff will accommodate their needs.
What is wrong with your editorial board? Are you just badly uninformed about the Middle East or do you have an inherent anti-Israel bias?
We should be more aware of what individuals and special interest groups are donating because they probably expect a return of favors.
Pennsylvania Gaming Economic Development and Tourism Fund is funded from slot machine revenue and not by taxpayers.
Children fleeing violence in Central America.
Lyft and Uber are seeking permission from the Public Utility Commission to operate.
UPMC’s employee smoking ban is criticized.
Gov. Corbett did not cut education spending by $3 billion.
Expectant mothers are provided the most current information about Down syndrome at the time of diagnosis.
My uncle, Jack Barry, was on assignment for the government to build a bridge.
As a Highmark customer, I probably will no longer be able to be treated at Magee-Womens Hospital.
It seems Mr. Obama has adopted a variation on the saying “When in danger or in doubt, run in circles, scream and shout.”
The public needs to support the PG’s efforts to obtain railroad reports concerning the shipments of volatile crude oil through Pittsburgh.
I am writing concerning the editorial “Heavy Toll: Land Mines Meant to Deter Troops Still Kill Civilians” (July 14).
Pennsylvania teachers have always contributed their fair share to the state pension fund.
I could not agree more with the sentiment of John Sabatowski’s letter (“Cheney Promotes an Ideology Eisenhower Warned About,” July 15).
I‘m writing in response to the article about the poor condition of the cemeteries of two now-closed state hospitals, Dixmont and Woodville.
Thank you to the Post-Gazette for the excellent coverage of the sentencing phase in the tragic trial of Anthony Scholl Jr.
For all residents, I urge the politicians to ensure that ride-sharing services continue, as they do in many other cities.
For the past seven years, I have been privileged to see another side of Nigeria.
I was startled by Robert Kraftowitz’s remarks (“The U.S. Bankrolls Inhumanity in Gaza,” July 14),
Consider Supreme Court decisions and employers‘ restrictions on workers.
In keeping with its smoking ban for workers, will UPMC ban lethal, addictive alcohol from all social functions sponsored by UPMC?
Politicians have many and various outlets to plead their case to the public.
Trees in Frick Park are about to be bulldozed: at least 95 majestic, mature trees in the most lovely and picturesque part of Frick Woods.
Magisterial District Judge Richard G. King extended another 30-day period of suffering for tenants.
It is unconscionable that the Presbyterian Church USA has singled out Israel for divestment.
The federal government has opened our borders to what is being described as an invasion.
Help some children in need and give our great, generous city a chance to remind the people of these towns what being American is all about.
Gov. Tom Corbett and Republicans in Harrisburg are putting our fiscal house in order here in Pennsylvania.
There has been an increase in both the size and number of fish caught at Cross Creek Lake.
Pittsburgh has lost a distinguished native son and international citizen.
The laws should be stricter about the need for everyone in any watercraft at all times of the year to be required to wear a life jacket.
I welcome the ride-share services with open arms since they appear to offer a promising alternative.
Light rail, which could be expanded, would be a better way to go.
From the West Coast, there are a very limited number of flights that are nonstop to Pittsburgh.
Israel’s latest offensive in Gaza will not eliminate Hamas, achieve Israeli security or bring Israel closer to long-term peace.