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What we need is a national strategy for all health care institutions
Justice Seamus McCaffery has been suspended for some of the strangest, most unprofessional conduct alleged against Pa.’s highest court.
Let’s not fight for generals, politicians, oil companies and arms makers.
Security Council reform is a political minefield that no one wants to walk through during U.N. sessions.
According to a poll at Gawker.com, “Pittsburgh officially has the ugliest accent in America.”
I agree with professor Dennis Jett’s analysis of the Islamic State group.
The Republicans say the U.S. needs leadership on Ebola, yet they’ve blocked the surgeon general nominee.
Ebola is bringing about a more prevalent and dangerous disease — panic.
My experience is that the bulk of frequent Mass attendees do not embrace many of the church’s teachings on the family and sexuality.
Mason-Dixon line is a lot more noticeable when in a group.
Mike Lisak claimed that “minimum wage is designed for students, teenagers, retired people and immigrants, not a head of a household.”
We have nothing to fear but not being afraid itself.
It’s a revolution: Kansas City fans no longer serve as objects of pity.
America has a long history of seeing foreigners as diseased
With midterm elections so close, it was inevitable that Ebola would become another depressing political point of division.
Those who disagree with the St. Vincent College professor won’t find an equally capable opponent in Democrat Lisa Stout-Bashioum.
Indonesia yesterday inaugurated a new president, Joko Widodo, who has a humble background.
Courtesy of Justice Seamus McCaffery, the Pennsylvania Supreme Court has become a laughingstock anew, a comedian’s punchline.
The story about Matt Graham shows that there is a road map to maximizing green infrastructure and making that strategy a reality.
After 10 years in Pittsburgh, my husband and I have finally had that quintessential Pittsburgh experience: the no-show taxi.
On Nov. 4, those who are tired of Tim Murphy’s representation and Washington gridlock should write in “Sheila Griffin.”
If our mass media have any shred of integrity left, there will be unprecedented bouts of soul-searching once this fever has broken.
Bell gave the Steelers a lift when they needed it most Monday night — several of them, actually.
Take your pick on the most baffling part of the game: dramatic scoring bursts, Steelers big plays, on-field sickness or Texans play-calling.
UPMC enjoyed success from its beginning via in-network participation by many of the patients whom it will now exclude.
The assisted-suicide debate has little to do with the death most of us will face.
Women keep getting threatened online by cowardly boys and men.
Self-driving cars won’t have our limitations. They will prevent tens of thousands of fatalities every year and better our lifestyles.
Neighbors are calling it a comedy of errors, but there is nothing funny about the reconstruction of a section of Penn Avenue in Garfield.
The legal and moral logic for Pittsburgh City Council President Bruce Kraus’ proposed panhandling ordinance is elusive.
The impact fee says, “You mess it up, you pay for it.” That’s fair. The extraction tax says, “You’ve got something we want; gimme!”
Regarding the Post-Gazette’s Oct. 14 article about a report commissioned by the DHS discussing the many obstacles homeless youth face...
Remember “Brownie, you’re doing a heck of a job”? It’s the same old, same old with Ebola.
Ron Cook says a Steelers win tonight against the Houston Texans should silence the “always right” critics.
There’s just so much good news about death in America.
Regarding the letter by Mike Vargo: As I see it, Mr. Vargo fell flat on his face trying to scare Post-Gazette readers.
I was overcome with sadness one recent morning as I waited at Magee for my annual screening mammogram.
But it will take reviving some old ones, too.
There’s lots of real, serious news going on in the world. (There always is.) But last week, the Internet was set abuzz by “Fangate.”
A merger of bills targeting abusive teachers and staff is a rare case of bipartisan common sense in the often fractious General Assembly.
State Rep. Marc Gergely says he doesn’t want to be a lifer in the Legislature, but he does want another term.
Two weeks ago my family was blessed by the birth of a new baby. My first grandchild, a boy, instantly filled me with unconditional love.
The end of legislative sessions can bring a rush to bad judgment and Harrisburg has served up a stunning example.
Dick Jauron is remembered for getting an “A” from the toughest son-of-a-buck who ever taught 11th-grade American history in this town.
The Post-Gazette’s editorial on Uber and Lyft fails to recognize the challenges faced by those upholding the law.
In 1973, the percentage of veterans in the U.S. House and Senate was 73.8 percent. Now, the percentage is down to 20 percent.
The numbers add up in favor of the Legislature’s influence over a Pennsylvania governor.
Craig Britcher says professional baseball had an opportunity to embrace integration years earlier with a great player from Steubenville
As far as Steelers coach Mike Tomlin is concerned, he and his team must embrace pressure, expectations and the scrutiny that comes with it.
I wonder if these Republican fellows are aware of the revelations from the family of the “index patient” that he did not have insurance.