Judge J. Harvie Wilkinson III explains why today’s distemper was incubated in that “burnt and ravaged forest of a decade” — the 1960s.
The U.S. defense secretary and NATO secretary general have taken a tough line against Russia’s provocations, but they need an action plan.
The U.S. system should remain inspiring across the globe.
Three Republican congressmen from our region preview the improved health care that will follow.
There is one source of future talent we can influence almost immediately: our K-12 student population
To sum up President Trump’s first month in office, he has exceeded everyone’s expectations.
Hail to the Cabinet, but the West Wing is subpar
While national politics breed despair, take heart in local actions that inspire and show that the activist spirit is alive
No way — Ryan Gosling couldn’t carry a tune in a bucket, writes Josh Axelrod
Donald Trump’s Valentines Cards — Dear Valentine: I won the popular vote ...
Why the cover-up if there is no crime? Why lie about talking about sanctions? It’s inexplicable.
We are very concerned about the potential harm to our patients if the Affordable Care Act is repealed without thoughtful replacement.
Is subversion in the defense of tax cuts no vice?
I live in the South Side of Pittsburgh with my husband and children. We are one of the few families left.
I don’t think about the word discordant unless I read it, just like I don’t think about mornings
A comparison of automation with the Industrial Revolution isn’t comforting.
Nothing new here — the nation’s capital has always been notoriously leaky.
Nearly a decade after a devastating financial crisis, the U.S. remains poorly prepared for a repeat.
The lashing out is beginning to look less and less fearsome, and more and more impulsively buffoonish and self-defeating.
Selectively disclosing details of private conversations monitored by FBI or NSA gives the permanent state the power to destroy reputations.
The strategic community is beginning to see U.S. might as something of an untenable bluff. It’s clearly there, but it can’t really be used.
Rocky start aside, ‘there are opportunities to do things better’ — or it could fully fail.
She wore a thin blouse tied with a drawstring at her neck. This thin wasn’t stylish. It was threadbare and washed-out. Sadly, so was she.
We are deeply concerned about our region’s water quality and want to ensure that the public has maximum control over our water.
Will Mr. Bannon disrupt the Roman Catholic Church by joining forces with right-wing Catholics who oppose Pope Francis?
The first weeks of the Trump administration have not exactly been characterized by an excess of regular order. Here’s a document to applaud.
Trump’s supporters deserve better. How do any of the petty squabbles of the last three weeks help the American people?
Seeing marriage as the cause of stability, not just the effect
Constant outrage is counterproductive, short-circuiting any reasonable debate about the president’s policies.
Take heart: Your cliched Facebook post can still make a difference,
The Next Page: A cross-country trip provided an ideal opportunity to consider new rules for living, writes Kitty Paladin
Driving alone, I feel a quiet, tranquil freedom that leads to creative and surprising thoughts.
And the challenge is to be honest in good times and bad, writes the Cranberry board chair
Everyone champions the miracles of modern medicine. But the risk-averse system today could stymie true advances.
Looking backward ... during the campaign, Trump refused to release his tax records ... and got away with it.
It took a century for the Irish / to tear down my grandfather’s stone cottage, ...
People keep saying that Donald Trump is a populist. I do not think that word means what they think it means.
The antidote to dread: love of family and life
Fifth grade, 1962, West Aliquippa. A new girl in class, obviously poor and troubled. Belittled by teacher and kids. Where is she today?
Stupid but legal. Such is the Trump administration’s travel ban for people from seven Muslim countries.
One reason could simply be a desire to place a confusing situation within an understandable narrative.
Nuclear brinkmanship with the hermit kingdom is ever more real.
Some Republicans have grown tired of fighting the rest of the world on climate change.
The collision was what many who weren’t comfortable with the so-called Robinson “experiment” felt would lead to riots.
Why Sweden is worried about Trump: The world is more dangerous, the alliances and institutions they have long relied upon may be crumbling.
I didn’t want a likable president. I wanted one who does something — and he sure is.
The hit film explores the role of super smart black women at NASA in early days. In Pittsburgh, meet Jean Hamilton and Elayne Arrington.
I’m not Jewish, but if I were, I’d be pretty angry about the liberal use of “Hitler” as an accusation against our president.
The press shouldn’t be Trump’s enemy — a construction that serves his political purposes. Nor should it be his prom date.
While we make this case for investment in our state future, we promise that it will be met with our own commitment to excellence.
Trump is doing what he criticized Obama for doing on foreign policy