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UPMC should look to its own quarterly report as a sign that competition will help both Pittsburghers and its own financial health.
Unlike methadone, buprenorphine-containing medications are widely prescribed to patients and are kept in the home.
In hard times the Salvation Army proves that Americans do have a heart full of warmth.
How could an intelligent man like George F. Will believe many of these corporate moves, like inversions, are sensible?
His office personnel will walk you through any state issue and find an answer for you.
The discussion must be about making a choice and living or dying with that choice without interference from others.
I am elated by U.S. Secretary of Education Arne Duncan’s announcement regarding the $250 million preschool development grants competition.
Merging of the city and county call-taking process places public safety at great risk.
Recent police-related events should be a cautionary tale for Pittsburgh.
Chelsa Wagner, Allegheny County controller, participated in the service for Mayor Sophie Masloff at Temple Sinai.
Why should we reward any politicians for doing the job they do “against” us.
Catholics must begin asking their parish councils what salary they would offer a married priest as well as housing and health care.
God decides when it’s your time to die.
Saturday’s front page had two color photographs of a local shooting and Hamas executions, it was disturbing and unnecessary.
Corporate inversions are good for the American economy and Americans.
I was not surprised to read the article “Fracking Waste Tainted Groundwater Soil at Three Washington County Sites” (Aug. 6).
Why would anyone who is a member of the Steelers put themselves at odds with the law?
I am delighted by the presence of the Schenley Drive bike lane and the impact it has had on my morning commute.
Secularism protects freedom of religion for religious and nonreligious people. That way no religion or lack thereof can dominate others.
No nation suffered more during this horrible “war to end all wars,” yet Serbia showed how to resist empires and ultimately destroy them.
I can’t help but notice the similarity between the Royal Ulster Constabulary in 1977 and the police in Ferguson, Missouri.
No, there probably won’t ever be a post-racial America in which no racism exists, but there is hope.
UPMC has had no problem turning away patients who have a competitor’s insurance card, even if they want to pay cash out of pocket.
Our local health care system is in disarray because of political and financial infighting. Who controls what?
Why are we, as a society, allowed to treat our pets with more humane actions than our human loved ones.
Nicholas D. Kristof’s Aug. 18 column “Sister Acts” resonated with me.
Ann Belser paints a sobering picture about the nation’s unemployment rate and youth.
Journalist James Foley was brutally executed and showcased by the so-called Islamic State only because of his nationality.
I was dismayed by the logic used to defend the PAT’s plans for Bus Rapid Transit over a light-rail connection between Downtown and Oakland.
It has been wonderful seeing the letters speaking out on the demise of the wonderful format at WJAS.
Bob Nutting, sell the Pirates.
Let’s take this show on the road so that I can be their manager.
If Officer Darren Wilson faces charges his fate should be decided by a jury and not by mob rule or a Rob Rogers cartoon.
I was appalled by Rob Rogers’ Aug. 19 cartoon labeled “Miranda rights for blacks in America,” which depicts police officers as racist thugs.
The unintended consequences of the lawlessness in Missouri will be a boon to the gun industry.
High-powered weaponry that belongs on a field of battle is just what everybody needs to have next to their bed in case the bad guy comes.
Fanatics are brave fighters when it comes to murdering unarmed women and children but now become cowards when faced with military might.
If I had a magic lantern, I will rub it and ask the genie for these three wishes.
With the recent death of former Mayor Sophie Masloff, her name should also be immortalized.
With the recent suicide of Robin Williams, we need to recognize the signs and causes of both addiction and depression.
U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services employees have good reasons to be against this illogical move.
All hail to the late Mayor Masloff, whose street sign initiative made Pittsburgh a more livable, more address-locatable city.
The president should tell us that we will hunt down and bring to justice the murderers responsible for James Foley’s death.
I agree 100 percent-plus with the letter of Nita Ryan (“Missing the Music,” Aug 16). Please do bring back Jack Bogut and Bill Cardille.
These so-called “entertainers” who are part of WJAS’ new format fuel the hatred in our current political climate.
Officials like to brag about the county’s increased efficiency, but it seems there are still dinosaurs lurking in county offices.
There’s an election coming up this November, and the Republicans are running on their boilerplate platform of small government.
When I think about the Michael Brown case, I think about the fact that African-American women as mothers have to fear for their sons’ lives.
As an American Jew and a Zionist, I am sickened by some tasteless responses.
I am so annoyed with WJAS that I will never, ever dial into it again on any of my radios.