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It is more about immigration and inequality than gays and abortion.
Wireless Emergency Alert systems must be reliably tested for real-time use.
The death of King Abdullah of Saudi Arabia and the collapse of the government in Yemen have raised the level of uncertainty in the region.
Two veterinarians have launched the “Million Cat Challenge” to dramatically reduce the number of healthy cats euthanized in shelters.
The press in France is not allowed to publish incitements to hatred and racial insults, among other things, so some push the boundaries.
Many Americans, including theater owners and government officials, could take a lesson from the French in courage.
Despite vaccines against HPV being available since 2006, these cancer-preventing vaccines have unfortunately found a limited market.
I read Amma Ababio’s inspiring essay, which brought me to tears.
The Panthers lost by double digits to a superior Louisville team on national television, as expected.
Polls find more support for abortion restrictions.
If only we could all be forced to take a national civics/citizenship test...
A+ Schools offers many chances to learn about Pittsburgh’s public schools.
The cheap gas might not last long
Providing goods and services to deter abortions endangers unborn babies.
The former governor’s team is ready to roll, but can he become the voice of GOP populism?
Teacher-led schools are engaging students and showing results across the country.
The new governor fired the Office of Open Records head and recalled other executive nominations made by Gov. Tom Corbett in his 11th hour.
Critics call it “the Bank of Boeing,” but the U.S. Export-Import Bank is also the Bank of Chuck -- Chuck’s Salsa of Baden.
Pitt and UPMC stretch the life of donor livers; Allegheny County battles a nasty flu; Pittsburgh is the sixth-healthiest metro.
Perhaps Gov. Tom Wolf and House Speaker Mike Turzai could compromise on liquor privatization and a shale gas extraction tax.
The historic Van de Graaff generator isn’t up in the air anymore, but its future is.
The gas-industry supply chain should be built in the commonwealth.
Our lifespans have grown by three months a year since 1840. The smart money says that pace will continue for quite a while yet.
Cybersecurity expert Christopher Mellon says that unless we do much better at prevention, the worst is yet to come.
Nowhere is the tension between modernity and fundamentalist Islam more on display.
Good thing we have Larry Wilmore’s ‘Nightly Show’ to keep it real.
Shale development is incredibly capital-intensive, and recent market conditions have led many energy companies to slash spending and jobs.
Step outside of Washington for State of the Union common sense and camaraderie.
Am I the only one who has been craving pizza nonstop since reading the front-page article “The Problem With Pizza” (Jan. 19)?
When People magazine asked Michelle Obama about her “personal experience” with racism, she cited a 2011 visit to a Target store in Virginia.
Facts that speak for themselves.
Pitt's Aron Phillips-Nwankwo takes the same motivation he has on the court and uses it to forge a rare career path for a college athlete.
Regarding the subhead “Yes, you can get addicted to marijuana”: Numerous scientific studies have disproven that statement.
Republicans flip-flop to push the Keystone pipeline for their fossil-fuel buddies.
The Advocates for Highway & Auto Safety say reinstate mandatory helmets for motorcyclists and tighten restrictions on teen drivers.
The NFL said that after nearly 40 interviews, it has found that the team used improperly inflated balls during the first half of the game.
Let’s stop the “god-devil” labeling of Joe Paterno and analyze him as a human being with great accomplishments and possible human frailty.
Did the Penn State sports teams wear stickers condemning pedophiles when Jerry Sandusky was convicted of sexually abusing boys?
Funds are allocated according to the wishes of the Legislature, which has resulted in broad and unfair disparities among schools.
The redshirt senior is heavily involved with issues on the Power 5 conference and NCAA levels, while on course to graduate in April.
Charlie Hebd’ Overload: notes from the week that was.
Iran’s march toward conventional domination of the Arab world has been largely overlooked.
No rousing anthem celebrates the commonplace. / The cyclic rhythm of birth and death exacts the doldrums ...
A good education is about more than absorbing information.
There’s a revolution going on in a studio near East Liberty.
Here's why a severance tax would damage Pennsylvania's economy.
Tuition went up 16 percent yesterday for many undergraduates at Indiana University of Pennsylvania.
Benjamin Netanyahu will address the House and Senate on Feb. 11, five weeks before Israeli elections set for March 17.
Indoor tanning increases the risk of skin cancer, particularly among frequent users and those who start at an early age.
The medical evidence is clear that ozone pollution is harmful.