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The likely suspects probably thought they were helping Putin, but they weren’t.
The House of Representatives will think about funding the Department of Homeland Security for another week.
North Korea fired two short-range missiles into the Sea of Japan Monday, the day that U.S.-South Korean military exercises began.
Judges in most criminal trials have flexibility in sentencing.
Suspensions in the public school system disproportionately impact people of color and young men.
Suspensions are not only used when students are “defiant, belligerent or violent.”
The penned slaughter planned for the deer is no more appropriate as a population control measure than war.
The PA Game Commission recommends a healthy deer population at under five head per square mile.
After slumping in February, the power play has scored at least one goal in the past four games, a good harbinger for the playoffs.
The take-no-prisoners Republican right continues to torture John Boehner.
The Supreme Court will hear oral arguments Wednesday about whether the Obama administration used the IRS to deliver health insurance
Relationships between the police and African-American communities need to go beyond conversations and marches.
All energy sources, including nuclear, receive tax incentives.
U.S. leaders should take the prime minister’s advice with a large grain of salt.
The United States bears a disproportionate share of NATO’s cost -- an old problem that is getting worse rather than better.
Free rides have been fundamental to the success of the North Shore Connector, and it looks like they will continue.
Leonard Nimoy, the actor who made Mr. Spock, the half-human, half-Vulcan science officer on “Star Trek” a household name, was an icon.
I’m amazed that some people are OK with a leader from another country injecting himself and his opinion into American politics.
Last week, I referred to “the lunatic left,” which some interpreted as the entire left-wing, rather than those who persist in angry slander.
It’s March. While you have been hibernating, the world has been marching on. Get up to speed, right here:
I have seen small towns revived, residents provided with new, family-sustaining jobs, farms and fracking coexisting and more.
In this secular world today, people of faith are continually ridiculed if they believe in a Creator God.
Look around and see how lucky we are to be citizens of this great country of ours. We take so much for granted.
With another sterling effort in a 5-3 win Sunday against Columbus, Marc-Andre Fleury keeps proving his rank among the NHL’s top goaltenders.
One case involves language in the Affordable Care Act; the other is a case involving Arizona’s Independent Redistricting Commission.
The proposed severance tax is not a measure to safeguard Pennsylvania’s communities and environment from the adverse impacts of drilling.
We await the robin, bluebirds and hummingbirds.
Chris Briem says the city’s rise-from-the-Rust-Belt story overstates how down we were — and how up we are.
Principled but willing to listen, he returns to a Capitol where rivals no longer are respected.
Rep. Anthony DeLuca is introducing a bill that would limit the income that senators and representatives could receive from second jobs.
For the second legislative session in a row, the Pa. House has passed a bill that would pull state government out of the liquor business.
Critics say polar bears are stressed by zoos, the East End Food Co-Op mulls PPG Place, disabled kids get adaptive bikes.
I found the article on Sen. Elizabeth Warren last Sunday to be a bit over the top (“A Passionate Voice Steering the Conversation,” Feb. 22).
Most of them would rather shock themselves than be alone with their thoughts.
Jamming or shooting down threatening drones poses a passel of problems.
Yes, the president loves America, but he has carried on with other countries, too.
Now that his big achievement has turned to dust, all that’s left is bluster
Rabbi Aaron Bisno says the 50th anniversary of the Selma to Montgomery marches is a new call to action
What a wonderful opinion piece from Pittsburgh Pirates center fielder Andrew McCutchen (“I Could Have Been Left Behind,” Feb. 22 Forum).
Why is Major League Baseball trying to shorten our good times with new rules?
Too bad more organizations aren’t following United Way’s lead.
It is an indication of whether as a president his decisions would be guided by reality (scientific evidence) or ideology.
Liberals don’t know it, but they’re helping him out.
General manager Jim Rutherford's work is done, but that of the Penguins' biggest stars is now just beginning.
The zany spring of 1995 was certainly one to remember in Bradenton, where the Pirates nearly threw a med school student behind the plate.
’Pittsburgh Gentleman’ built up an unparalleled collection of autographed baseballs.
Jack Kelly’s Feb. 22 column (“Evolution? Gotcha!”) complains of left-leaning journalists asking Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker about evolution.
In Pittsburgh, in America, we accept that violence and death are part of our culture.
A family trip brings together the generations for a lifetime.
In exchange for turning in their guns, no questions asked, people were given tokens to begin a six-month training program in welding.