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It lessens its moral authority with the settlers’ land grab in the West Bank.
Thousands of Pennsylvanians and millions of Americans could lose the help they’re getting to buy health insurance.
Algeria’s fracking opponents say it will foul the environment unnecessarily and that the resource is already exported in abundance.
As the nation’s obesity continues to soar, it’s time to consider such unorthodox solutions for curbing unhealthy eating.
President Barack Obama’s red line has been crossed by others without significant consequences.
Why must conservatives continuously try to rewrite history?
People in this country will make money exporting a unique terror that literally “rains out of the sky.”
For the official insanity file — the front-page headline on Feb. 18 (“U.S. Will Put Armed Drones on World Market”). Sure, what could
Mt. Lebanon needs to calm down, or soon people there will want to kill all the birds because “they poop on our heads.”
Awards season is over, so it’s OK to pay attention.
A new Republican governor is trying to clean a very dirty house.
The Reading Achievement Center provides support designed to increase student learning.
The natural gas industry has brought enormous economic benefits to the commonwealth
And you can help them learn and earn by supporting the summer youth jobs program.
Reducing output should be the No. 1 goal. No. 2 should be to recycle.
What was achieved between the creditors and the new Greek government was a four-month postponement of the country’s Feb. 28 cash call.
PennDOT accepts only checks and money orders at its service centers, inconveniencing motorists.
Why is Ruth Ann Dailey allowed to say “the lunatic left still slanderously claims that Mr. Bush lied about weapons of mass destruction ...”?
George W. Bush’s reputation will forever be marked by the war of aggression he promulgated in Iraq based on fabricated tales of WMD.
An older person can become incapacitated for life from a fall on an untreated sidewalk.
Media norms drive political stories, not ideology.
To defeat the Islamic State group, we must understand it.
Even more tragic for working families is the acquiescence we have seen from some in the labor community.
New baseball commissioner’s thinking makes sense, just not the individual thoughts.
Hazardous materials come by train every day through here, too.
In the dream I am a hero. / I save the world, and I alone / understand the apocalypse ...
Draw on our city's rich history of labor and social-justice activism.
Woodland Hills suspended 23.8 percent of its students in kindergarten through fifth grade, compared to a national average of 2.6 percent.
The situation in Gaza is worsening rapidly, to the extent that another mini-war may be imminent.
The nation’s gun lobby believes it has found an opportunity to put more guns in the hands of college students, particularly women.
That Gov. Tom Wolf is upset about the governor of Florida visiting our state to woo businesses would be funny if it weren’t so sad.
Implied in “religion” is a moral code governing the conduct of human affairs that would include “moral justice” to ensure workers’ rights.
Most people need to focus on lifetime income generation, which a 401(k) or IRA is not set up to do on its own.
If these illegals are here to pursue the American dream, why didn’t they come here legally like millions of other people have done?
Penguins coach Mike Johnston is wary of division rival Washington’s psychological edge.
Republicans still might run us aground on the shoals of a shutdown.
If we didn’t know better, we’d think it was February in Pittsburgh. Fortunately, there’s always good advice to be had at such times.
We are seeing people who are exploring a run for president, like Scott Walker, questioning whether President Obama is a Christian.
Iraqis and Afghans must fight their own battles and determine their own futures.
Let’s assume the president loves his country and isn’t faking his Christianity.
Col. Marcus Brown’s wardrobe has enraged retired state troopers.
With a population of 30 million and some of the world’s largest oil reserves, Venezuela has the raw materials to be a successful country.
Known across the state and nation simply as “Thon,” this all-nighter is an enormously successful act of perseverance and generosity.
The council vote on the citizens ordinance calling for a “wait and see” approach before fracking more of our county parks was a spectacle.
Local jurisdictions shouldn't decide which organizations are tax exempt.
Just because it is an old building from a particular point in time does not make it distinctive.
Nonprofits’ addresses should be “.-con.”
John Boehner s willing to stop funding the Department of Homeland Security to stop the president from implementing his immigration ideas.
A lot of good (and questionable) selections are out there, but San Francisco’s Bruce Bochy stands above the rest.
One of the worst things about the modern GOP is that it continues to tolerate and encourage a religious litmus test for the presidency.