You have 2 remaining free articles this month
Try unlimited digital access
link your account for free access. Start here
Pittsburgh Mayor Bill Peduto and UPMC have declared a ceasefire over what the health care giant’s fair share for city services should be.
He has neither stopped the slaughter nor prevented the rise of jihadi armies.
In response to the proposal issued last week, we are developing a detailed, evidence-based response that will achieve a holistic solution.
Everyone will pay a price for it — families, businesses, retirees — anyone who uses electricity.
We were appalled on Monday morning after reading the details of the Nocito-Wukich wedding in the Seen column.
Dare I broach the subject? To me the Nocito-Wukich wedding featured in Monday’s Seen column was obSEEN.
It was the unions that organized and, through protest, sometimes violent, slowly changed the working man’s life for the better.
Regarding Ruth Ann Dailey’s glee over the frustrations of liberals, it’s a wonder her laptop didn’t short-circuit from the drivel.
I can think of no finer stewards for the park, history and facilities at the Frick Environmental Center than Pittsburgh Parks Conservancy.
Gov. Tom Corbett hopes not to break cycle in which political parties take turns holding Pennsylvania governor’s seat for eight years.
They keep asking questions: Will we die, too? Why do they hate us? Don’t they have children?
The challenge now for conservative policy fans, though, is that groundbreaking notions must get through the congressional permafrost.
A 12% drop in the power sector’s carbon emissions since 2008 elicited praise for the Obama administration’s effort to combat global warming.
Pittsburgh has a big story to tell but lately hasn’t been able to attract a big audience that comes by hosting a national conference.
It’s amazing how much of the discussion of the Gaza war is based on the supposition that it is still 1979.
The reasons for Ron Tomalis’ hefty salary are unclear.
Allegheny County’s district attorney is looking into the Pittsburgh police robbery squad.
Opportunity rover dazzles with its longevity on Mars.
The July 22 Rob Rogers cartoon is grossly misleading to your readers.
Once again, the Post-Gazette is not able to be even-handed in its coverage of the Israel/Gaza story.
Recently botched executions have raised the question whether death penalty executions should be put on hold in this country.
I agree with Tony Norman; we should televise executions, with one addition ...
Tony Norman’s column about how he is changing his opinion on the morality of televising executions has some excellent points ...
In the July 25 Post-Gazette there was a story about restaurant owner John Timko’s health care situation with UPMC and Highmark ...
We find ourselves in a Third World War, though no one I know calls it that.
Making entrepreneurs is like making lemonade.
No one knew it then, but 40 years ago the members of the best NFL draft in history showed up at Steelers training camp.
The 2,000-acre forest I manage with my family in Centre County has been in my family since 1943 when my grandfather, Carey Shoemaker,
I guess that having lived in the Ohio-Pennsylvania-West Virginia tristate area for decades of my life should have hardened me to the
Islamic extremists in the Middle East, Central Asia and North Africa are emptying formerly Christian cities and neighborhoods.
Rep. Paul Ryan of Wisconsin has been considered the intellectual heavyweight among congressional Republicans on fiscal issues.
After the Luke Bryan concert at Heinz Field last month the city of Pittsburgh felt like fans had shown not a lick of respect.
Kudos to Mel Packer of Pittsburghers for Public Transit for standing up to the rubber stamp Port Authority board.
The U.S. Transportation Department’s welcome mandate comes in the wake of a year of heavy spills and catastrophic derailments.
A new tax on natural gas production would slow the pace of development and lead directly to a loss of jobs and reduced economic activity.
The Environmental Protection Agency will take public comments on the EPA’s proposed carbon rule under the president’s Clean Power Plan.
Remember the glorious ’90s when one of the GOP remedies for ever-rising health care costs was tort reform.
New sanctions could undermine the progress our diplomats have made toward a multi-year agreement that guards against a nuclear-armed Iran.
I would, however, be embarrassed if I thought health care was only for people who had insurance.
As conservatives found when social issues seemed to favor them, there are dangers in seeming the cultural aggressor.
Mass shootings are not up.
The New York Times has it right -- it’s time to end the criminal prohibition against marijuana.
Pennsylvania is producing a diverse energy mix, driving a manufacturing comeback. Proposed federal regulations would put jobs at risk.
South Side hardware store supports artist friend and puts some zip in its display window.
According to the National Bureau of Economic Research and the Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System, you are miserable.
We seek zero child labor, zero child marriage, zero discrimination against girls and zero exclusion from education.
In the past seven years, oil and gas operations have damaged Pennsylvania water supplies 209 times.
There are few jobs in America that are as hazardous to one’s health as working in the coal mines.
On two stretches of Pennsylvania interstates the speed limit will soon rise to 70 mph from the existing 65 mph as a test.
For two decades, millions of illegals have crossed our borders and now another invasion by children from Latin America is underway