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Don’t count out the nonestablishment Republicans.
U.S. interest in Saudi Arabian stability is stronger now.
Europe should give the new prime minister a chance.
It is more about immigration and inequality than gays and abortion.
Providing goods and services to deter abortions endangers unborn babies.
The cheap gas might not last long
Teacher-led schools are engaging students and showing results across the country.
The gas-industry supply chain should be built in the commonwealth.
Our lifespans have grown by three months a year since 1840. The smart money says that pace will continue for quite a while yet.
Cybersecurity expert Christopher Mellon says that unless we do much better at prevention, the worst is yet to come.
Nowhere is the tension between modernity and fundamentalist Islam more on display.
Good thing we have Larry Wilmore’s ‘Nightly Show’ to keep it real.
Facts that speak for themselves.
Republicans flip-flop to push the Keystone pipeline for their fossil-fuel buddies.
A good education is about more than absorbing information.
No rousing anthem celebrates the commonplace. / The cyclic rhythm of birth and death exacts the doldrums ...
There’s a revolution going on in a studio near East Liberty.
Charlie Hebd’ Overload: notes from the week that was.
Iran’s march toward conventional domination of the Arab world has been largely overlooked.
Here's why a severance tax would damage Pennsylvania's economy.
And we want to raise the gas tax.
Republicans accuse Obama of leading the charge.
Obama isn’t giving ground to Republicans in advance of negotiations anymore.
We imprison people one by one and we shouldn’t free inmates just to lower prison populations.
The president’s tax plan would actually help reduce inequality.
The failure is not due to U.S. miscalculations, but to the terrible, violent complexity of Yemen’s situation.
The EPA’s proposed carbon standards would damage the state’s economy.
Joe Paterno’s reputation is slowly being restored, as it deserves to be.
Mitt Romney might understandably think that a third try would have a happy ending in a successful presidency.
President Barack Obama was on a roll — until Sunday night, when the White House released a broad package of tax proposals.
Artful falsehood is more dangerous than artless falsehood, because fewer people see through it.
Our new governor must end the war between UPMC and Highmark.
America has a regressive tax system if you look at all levels of government
His goals to cut carbon and methane are fine, but his numbers are a little suspect
Amma Ababio, an immigrant from Ghana and winner of the 2015 Martin Luther King Jr. Writing Awards, writes about identity and assimilation.
A half century ago, the wartime prime minister's wildly improbable life was celebrated with the largest state funeral in history.
It would finance critical services and stimulate the economy while doing no damage to the natural-gas industry.
A recently demoted prelate speaks for the frightened men of the Catholic church.
A BRT line from Downtown to Oakland would help revitalize the city, especially the Hill District.
Dropping out of college is OK for a politician, but never getting over it? ...
All generations should work together to preserve our architectural heritage.
They cracked me open and fixed my widowmaker -- with a cabbage.
... He never talked, never begged. Before leaving the dock some drivers would toss him a couple bucks, loose pocket change ...
The sound-money Swiss economy is now in the ER.
First, we had 9/11; then we had the lone wolf. Now -- with the Charlie Hebdo massacre in Paris -- we see the home-grown jihadist.
Our Saudi allies are among those fomenting extremist ideologies.
Blaming and shaming people with obesity is not the way to a healthier workforce.
Obama has closed his mind to evidence when it comes to the Keystone pipeline.
Maybe the president should have gone to France, but it’s not the end of the world.
The Wisconsin governor would make a credible presidential candidate.