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St. Louis County officials show how to outmaneuver a protest movement.
The grand jury’s decision must be accepted and, while disagreement is understandable, people must speak out within the confines of the law.
It is absolutely necessary for the country to have credible leadership at the head of the Pentagon for the next two years.
Thank goodness we have a president who is willing to accept the responsibilities of his elected office.
The wars go on, the 0.1-percenters still rule, but not all is lost.
Can’t we have a conversation about legal and illegal immigration and find out why the government seemed to control it better then than now?
The sad but interesting fact is that Mr. Lofink was killed in an accident involving a man who police say is an illegal immigrant.
As it stands now, this organization will go into the next season with a serious question mark at a critical position.
I am pleased Brittany Maynard’s peaceful death is causing legislators nationwide to relook at right-to-die laws.
Hatred of President Barack Obama and his agenda is one of the reasons the GOP will not compromise on anything for the next two years.
Give thanks for America inventing Thanksgiving.
They can't possibly keep track of sales taxes in 50 states.
Knowing these easy steps to preparing Thanksgiving dinner will have your guests dialing for takeout.
The comedy icon has brushed off sex-assault accusations for years; now they’re sticking.
More than 2,200 American lives have already been lost and $4 trillion spent on the 13-year-long war.
It’s ugly out there and getting uglier when it should be getting clearer.
The university would be wise to preserve the historic character of the Forbes Avenue corridor.
It’s said that 1 percent of the people defend the other 99 percent. Thank goodness for that 1 percent.
An unjustified attack on old, white, male voters was launched in Charles M. Blow’s column.
I cannot say that I understand what she and her family went through, but I do think Brittany Maynard should have kept up the fight.
Wake up, people, indeed. There appear to be many more Eric Freins out there.
UPMC offered Anthem the opportunity to contract directly with UPMC to maintain in-network access for their members living in Western
I don’t mind sharing the walkway with bicyclists, as it is the only safe way for all of us to cross the Monongahela.
Fears of Ferguson’s unrest arising here always felt overblown.
On “Meet the Press” Sunday, Rudy Giuliani asked why protesters upset about a white police officer’s fatal shooting of a young black man in
Annual ’Friendsgiving’ brings North Siders together for turkey, strengthens neighborhood ties and contributes to a food pantry.
Here’s why a government name change makes a difference.
The president has forced Republicans’ contradictions into the sunlight, and they don’t like it.
Navigating the thicket of city building and zoning codes, permits and licenses should be easier than it is today.
Feeling the pressure of public disapproval, UPS announced that light duties will be made available to pregnant employees.
The entire breed developed an unwarranted reputation for unprovoked ferocity.
I feel fortunate to have lived my life in a marble cake-like mix of fellow Americans.
This is part of a wider political struggle to rid the “administrative state” from the burdens of constitutional constraint.
Like many others, I am losing access to UPMC facilities and physicians on Jan. 1.
There are laws in place that are supposed to punish or penalize caretakers who neglect or abuse the elderly in all settings.
The progressive Republican’s story is instructive for today.
As we gear up for another political fight over immigration, it might be wise for our nation’s leaders to take a stroll to Statuary Hall.
Pennsylvania could become a trailblazer by adding an annual lottery in which all proceeds fund cancer research.
The issues and attitudes that the immigration and racial conflicts have in common certainly make for odd timing.
Will there be bridesmaids? How to arrange a guest list for the incarcerated? A menu based on prison food?
New cries of a “war on coal” have emerged in the wake of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s proposed rules.
Most Americans want this issue to be addressed.
Thanks to the independent work of A+ Schools, the Pittsburgh district is better able to identify its challenges and develop action plans.
Eagle security cameras will be installed, Route 28 construction detours come to an end, and Light Up Night ushers in the holidays.
It was shocking to read that Sen. Pat Toomey is looking forward to a Republican agenda that includes rolling back bank regulations.
The medical devices tax apparently is not costing Americans jobs.
Editorial cartoonist Rob Rogers is like many other liberals who deflect President Obama’s acts of lawlessness to criticism of the GOP.
Many of us are getting tired of hearing people’s complaints about immigration.
We can again harbor hope that our environment will have some protection after the wanton disregard of it under our present governorship.
Now “general managers” of fantasy teams make ethical decisions about fielding troubled players.