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Democrats wrongly equate abortion rights with women’s rights.
Americans can be rightly concerned about the spread of Ebola.
Frank T. Brogan took over the leadership of PA’s state-owned university system a year ago and has made some significant improvements.
The next political act of many Americans will be to head to the polls on Nov. 4.
The attorney general will not tolerate any form of sexual harassment or behavior that demeans or disrespects any member of the workforce.
Our right to know should not jeopardize the effectiveness of a combat mission.
Before saying “we should fight” consider who is really involved in these wars.
The Group Against Smog and Pollution is hosting the second annual Clean Air Dash this Sunday on the South Side.
In a little more than three hours, Madison Bumgarner had made quick work of the Pirates and brought Bucwinter's abrupt arrival.
The email porn controversy in Harrisburg is playing out like a slow, bad striptease.
Where are the L’Shana Tovah signs?
Jack Kelly’s column “Climate Craziness” (Sept. 28) includes a number of statements about the science of climate change that are misinformed.
Yes, the director had to go after an intruder roamed through the White House
The pig races were not some amateur ad hock event but a slick traveling show.
Our representatives refuse to be held accountable on matters of war and peace.
The public should get a better explanation of the funding that will make the takeover by local foundations possible.
No one needs to construct a “green zone” of protection around 1600 Pennsylvania Ave. The Secret Service just needs to do its job.
The nation is facing issues and problems that deserve its representatives’ attention.
It’s a mean thing to do. It’s a betrayal. And it is a failure on our part as nurturers.
The Port Authority has single-handedly decreased property values in our area with lack of public transportation.
She had the rare gift of passion combined with thoughtfulness in those things she believed in.
She fought for what she believed in, and I was very proud to know her and fight alongside her.
I was saddened by her passing (she would prefer the word “death”).
Acronyms, like war, have long been with us, but their slinging has been enhanced PDQ by this newfangled digital world. Is that OK?
The urgency and simplicity of win-or-go-home is a tasty mix, but things will go sour if the Pirates continue to struggle with men on base.
Special-interest bills like HR 4577 raise costs and eliminate popular low-cost plans.
He didn’t go after crooked financiers after the financial collapse.
But Senate legislation still would leave many without treatment options.
It’s not just being resurrected in the Middle East
And the Legislature should pass a law tailored to the new era of ride-sharing.
China has never grasped that political freedom is the next logical step to economic freedom
With a long history of an internally divided Spain, this is a European phenomenon that bears watching
A gifted journalist, she put our thoughts into words.
The MRAP (mine-resistant ambush-protected) vehicle looks like it would make a great snowplow, for instance ...
For example, please stop running through the yellow (and the red) and let those poor people turn on yellow.
Thank you for the article showing that stuttering need not hold someone back.
What a sad commentary to vote against putting the name of God in the courthouse.
Christian extremists have created their own problems for society.
And its increased costs are likely to hurt Democrats in November.
Crafter in search of opportunities to sell jewelry creates marketplace that grows to become her full-time job.
Our governor has turned a blind eye to economic fairness, health care and learning.
Reagan dealt with the Cold War, but he didn’t face such an unraveling of nations
The debate over placing a plaque with “In God We Trust” at the courthouse reflects a misplaced assumption about God’s role in U.S. history.
What kind of a knucklehead circulates nude photos and graphic videos of sex acts at work? Some state officials are providing an answer.
Senate Bill 444, an attempt to amend Pennsylvania’s Right to Know Law, is a step backward in terms of public access to government records.
For eight years, the Freedom House Ambulance Service remained the primary medical rescue service for African-Americans in Pittsburgh.
Highmark is calling patients like me and strongly suggesting that I switch care to the hospitals that Highmark owns.
These organizations and the gutless governmental bodies that have allowed this to happen should be ashamed.
It’s all about programming and the caliber of guest artists, especially for the symphony.
I found myself later at Southside Works, where I was able to park and shop without a problem.