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GOP candidates are being forced to march in lockstep.
The American Lung Association’s presentation again misleads the public on pollution in the three-state, 12-county Pittsburgh metro region.
The organization should end the illogical policy that permits gays to be Scouts but not troop leaders.
For many reasons, a return to democracy in Thailand is badly needed.
The overwhelming vote in Friday’s referendum to allow same-sex marriage may be Irish Christianity’s brightest hour.
Screaming audience members made it impossible to hear those speaking at the podium.
I was privileged to have known Fran and saw him often at Penn State functions.
None will face prison time and the public humiliation which they deserve. Is this why many people take consolation in the existence of hell?
After Charlie Morton made his season debut, he took great comfort from knowing he was giving the ball to Tony Watson and Mark Melancon.
Similarly, it seemed highly implausible that a cabal of Bolsheviks would rule the Russian empire for 70-odd years.
Hopefuls are vying to be on stage as part of the first Republican debate.
The Pennsylvania School Boards Association has the information it requested at its fingertips.
The reality of Josh Duggar’s life is painful to watch.
Family hopes to resurrect cold case of missing man.
I’ve learned the ride-sharing app is judging me.
Rural Pennsylvania roads and bridges rank among the most perilous in the country, according to a report issued last week.
Americans have to wonder why their government allows these abuses to be carried out without individuals having to pay a stiff price.
Please offer a moment for the nation’s fallen service members, and let us hope the day will come when no others will join their ranks.
We can’t wait until children enter school to try and correct the effect that abuse has on the developing brain.
It’s a shame that Paul Buchheit is teaching economics when he seems so much better at rhetoric (“Why Not Privatize Everything?” May 17).
Despite what it says, UPMC does have an obligation to this community.
Trip back to church of childhood is special, even when you don’t know anyone anymore.
Charlie Morton returns to the mound tonight for a Pirates team that thoroughly dominated the Mets this past weekend at PNC Park.
Kansas’ punitive strike against the poor might be backfiring.
The senator from Virginia wants Congress to do its job and authorize the use of military force against the Islamic State group.
Standardized tests sometimes deserve a flunking grade.
A $5 billion fine for megabanks for rigging global markets is chump change for these institutions and plain silliness on enforcement’s part.
Longfellow’s classic poem inspired statesmen and reads especially well on Memorial Day.
Combat veterans always keep in mind the comrades who didn’t come home.
The state House has advanced historic changes to Pennsylvania’s system of taxing its residents.
Democratic Rep. Nick Kotik said profits from slots played by waiting passengers could help Pittsburgh International Airport.
Idlewild's trolley belongs to Daniel Tiger; the Carnegie offers an 'Anatomy Adventure'; the Insurance Department provides vacation tips.
Objectivism certainly defends individualism, but the defense is anything but mindless.
I am a physician who grew up in the 1960s and ’70s when marijuana was the go-to drug for relaxing with friends or listening to music. Even
Yes, there’s some backlash, but most whites seem OK with it.
Wolf’s proposals are good ones but could do more to help lower- and middle-income Pennsylvanians.
Obama’s failures have created chaos in Iraq.
Her political philosophy is wholly incompatible with any form of anarchism.
Democracy means freedom — but as individual freedoms within a group environment.
Having a movie theater that would show first-run films would be a great addition to Downtown Pittsburgh.
Voters overturned the dry spell James Kelly imposed on Wilkinsburg writes Michael Connors
Hungarians have the mindset of an occupied people, we are told, which hasn’t changed all that much since the fall of Communism.
Mets ace Matt Harvey was no match for a Pirates lineup that gave its own stellar starter enough run support and then plenty more.
Trade and manufacturing create jobs and a strong economy. Congress is considering legislation key to negotiating trade agreements.
Let’s not fall for a false narrative about how 'mistakes were made.'
His move is an important step toward building trust between law enforcement units and the communities they protect.
Raise your hand if you read the 40 pages of small print from the bank when you opened a checking account.
She fell out of favor with proponents of drilling at Pittsburgh International Airport for questioning the wisdom of a decadeslong gas lease.
If the U.S. wants to compete in the STEM area, public schools must participate in science and engineering fairs.
Kathleen Simpson passed away in April, and she'd be glad to know her azaleas are doing well.