It isn’t sour grapes. I accept that, like it or not, Donald Trump will be the next president of the United States. However, I will protest.
I am embarrassed to be called a Democrat. We Democrats are acting like petulant, spoiled brats.
Four years ago, the Defense Intelligence Agency warned the White House that ISIS’s activity in Syria had created “grave danger.”
As a former conservative, I’ll be paying attention to everything this Republican tenure causes and be ready to vote appropriately in 2018.
Maybe we should stop subsidizing so many 30-year, fixed-rate mortgages.
I encourage Mr. Trump and our congressional delegation to embrace the renewable energy economy as a future source of high-paying jobs.
Elizabeth Stelle’s Jan. 16 Perspectives commentary, “A Better State Budget,” is an alarming review of Pennsylvania’s poor fiscal health.
Liberals need to get a grip and stop talking about a mass ‘resistance’ movement
Xi Jinping’s presence was seen by some as an acknowledgement of concern about the impact that trade wars would have on the Chinese economy.
Two professors at the University of Pittsburgh have begun updating a database to track the smuggling of nuclear material.
He displayed great dignity, did a lotof good and made some bad mistakes.
Diverting ye olde Christmas trees from city landfills to big chippers is a win-win. But it can’t be so inconvenient.
A group of women are knitting “P” hats to wear as they demonstrate against the incoming president.
To pay him to speak via teleconference can be seen in no other terms than aiding and abetting a fugitive.
Perhaps if the media had done its job, instead of blatantly distorting the truth, then Mr. Trump might not display such utter contempt.
As long as we are uncivil toward one another, I am of the mind that America will break apart in the not-too-distant future.
President-elect tweets some “fake news” about Rep. John Lewis of Georgia.
The country sells billions of pens, but they just aren't any good.
Studies often turn out to be faulty, and certainty is hard to come by.
I wake up to his tweets. You have to admire his ability to control the news cycle.
I believe Nancy A. Hubley, Pittsburgh director of the Education Law Center, excluded a majority of school students in her Jan. 16 letter.
Regarding the protester who said she has had two abortions: If you undergo one abortion, should that not be your last?
Officials of some 70 countries and organizations gathered, but neither the Israeli government nor the Palestinian Authority attended.
The Pennsylvania State Police have discontinued the use of lie-detector tests for recruits, saying it bogs down the screening process.
Proposal No. 1: Eliminate the presidential inauguration. No. 2: The first lady and son must move to White House right away.
We have to stop the finger-pointing and begin extending a helping hand and our professional expertise.
Nothing terribly creative is needed — just a willingness to report honestly on the messy realities of life and faith.
Medicaid is under considerable threat in Washington.
‘The people’ may have wisdom on big-picture politics. To get the job done, call in the experts.
Rather than raising taxes, seek these innovations that have cross-party appeal.
The students bring a diversity of skills to cases that petered out of leads or time forgot.
The research will have special implications for advanced manufacturing, an area in which Pittsburgh continues to distinguish itself.
Exclusionary discipline practices hurt students academically by reducing instructional time and contributing to achievement gaps.
The question now is whether the incoming Trump administration will continue to keep the United States on the hook in Iraq.
The Sprout Fund’s “100 Days of US” is an incentive to support local projects that help people “demonstrate the values and vision of America
Letter writer John M. Rice’s appeal for single-payer health insurance is a textbook example of why socialism doesn’t work.
Letter writer Jim Cannon’s argument against single-payer health care creates a false impression.
It is the job of artists to step into the friction points of human experience, which is, by definition, a political act.
Methane has a global warming potential more than 25 times greater than carbon dioxide. But drillers should capture it — for the cash.
Yet many in the West praise him as a 'moderate.'
If America’s GPS system is brought down, chaos will ensue.
The Affordable Care Act has provided affordable health care to almost 20 million people who did not previously have it.
David Millard Haskell’s use of the adjectives “conservative” and “liberal” reveal how politicized the rhetoric of some churches has become.
Many seniors will require nursing home care at some point in their lives, and the quality of that care is a great concern to family members.
Perhaps the most disquieting part about a new report on the Pittsburgh Public Schools is that so much of it is so familiar.
Will Donald Trump conform to the pictures of presidents we have in our heads?
Moscow didn’t do anything in America’s November election that Washington hasn’t done elsewhere in the world.
It’s the same tragic story of people dying because families cannot get loved ones the mental health treatment they need.
Each year, Carnegie Mellon University invites students to explore race and related issues through its Martin Luther King Jr. Writing Awards.
Thousands of people are on waiting lists in Pennsylvania alone to get the training they need to make a decent living.