Unlike so many of today’s candidates, the president exudes grace under pressure.
Tuesday’s New Hampshire primary proved an earthquake has hit the Republican and Democratic parties.
The 17-year-old Penn Hills student caught on tape kicking a teen with special needs will face criminal charges, which is fitting.
Airlines that create new ways to nickel and dime customers while reaping big profits only fuel the distaste for flying.
I can only hope that Mr. Wolf adheres to his own declaration to help solve problems or leave office.
Graffiti is not art but “atrocity.”
While leaders in Harrisburg still struggle to provide support for children and adults with disabilities, Allegheny County leaders acted.
The police who shot Bruce Kelley Jr., following the Pennsylvania Crimes Code, justifiably used deadly force.
Surely we must be able to establish safer and more effective protocols for these increasingly frequent events.
Despite all the hype, it was much of the same Wednesday night for the Penguins against New York and star goalie Henrik Lundqvist.
Those left behind raised their voices in the New Hampshire primary.
Our primary concern is that the additional traffic generated will increase congestion on Route 22 and Interstate 376.
With strict rules and strong support, single men living at the Allegheny Y are finding a path to stability.
New Hampshire makes clear that both Democrats and Republicans are unhappy with their leaders.
Gov. Tom Wolf is caught in a time warp. It’s February 2016, but he thinks it’s November 2015.
City Council President Bruce Kraus is seeking to make his district’s South Side Flats a pilot for “parking enhancement districts.”
Martin Shkreli, the 32-year-old poster child of greedy drug companies, smirked and smiled his way through a congressional hearing last week.
She offers explanations as to how to solve problems.
The outpouring of emotion for the police dog was moving; too bad there wasn’t similar support for Bruce Kelley Jr.’s family.
Mr. Kelley’s death was yet another in a long line of black Americans being gunned down after having done nothing to justify their killing.
Our state officials do not serve the people who elected them but rather abuse our hard-earned tax dollars to serve themselves.
Our son taught fifth-grade science without any books to students ranging in age from 11 to 16 in a trailer in a cornfield.
With officials in all sports watching closely today, the NHL must uphold 20-game suspension for Calgary’s Dennis Wideman after hearing.
In retirement, I have become a swimmer. That requires a proper swim suit. Which my wife bought me, and then recoiled in horror.
Every four years we hear the complaints that Iowa and New Hampshire are unrepresentative of the nation yet they go first in presidential
Pittsburgh Christians and Jews should visit the Holy Land together.
The false dialectic of our two-party political system was long ago expropriated by a corrupt corporate oligarchy.
Like his father, Jeb’s not politically gifted, but Bush Sr. was pretty good in office.
And Hillary Clinton herself has not been beyond suggesting that her gender should give her extra points, all things considered.
District Judge Robert Ravenstahl dismissed charges against Pittsburgh police Sgt. Stephen Matakovich without offering an explanation.
Kathleen Kane is continuing what appears to be a futile fight against the advancing effort to involuntarily remove her.
Naloxone can be obtained free of charge through Prevention Point Pittsburgh (www.pppgh.org).
What a bizarre 2016 political campaign.
Why don’t all drivers out there stop at stop signs?
After a couple of poor starts, Marc-Andre Fleury returned to form with a solid performance Monday against Anaheim.
On Monday, Bruce T. Kelley Jr. was finally laid to rest. No honor guard accompanied his family to the church service in Washington, Pa.
Yes, it’s modest, but approving it would do a lot more for the country than continuing to do nothing.
State Rep. Pam DeLissio’s Pennsylvania Health Care Plan, HB 1688, provides all the supplemental coverage that anyone on Medicare would need.
K. Leroy Irvis was a champion of justice and civil rights.
Voters want authenticity, which Hillary Clinton is failing to deliver.
How many guards are enough to cover the shifts at the Allegheny County Jail? It’s a question with no easy answer.
The Albright United Methodist Church in Bloomfield represents an important test case for the city’s Historic Review Commission.
The Pittsburgh area has been a growth market for small breweries, wineries and distilleries. Now the city will have a meadery.
Jeb Bush has the audacity to imply that President Barack Obama is anti-world peace.
It appears that we are galloping into the fog with guns blazing to exterminate deer in our community.
Our nation must be concerned about climate change and job loss due to robotics.
When an NFL player uses his helmet to hit another player, he can feel the impact almost as much as the other player.
Some GOP candidates should be planning a graceful exit.
Religious polarization is driving voters away from the Republican Party.
For some business owners, the good thing about working in Greenfield is living in Greenfield.