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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.
To say that Sen. Toomey does not care about hard-working families is nonsense.
If abuse of a woman kills an unborn child, the abuser can be held for murder. I don’t understand the difference between that and abortion.
Pittsburgh nemesis Johnny Cueto did it all Sunday against the Pirates, including sealing their fate as a wild-card team.
After a game rife with foolish penalties, missed assignments and lackluster performance, only one thing can be said: Shame on the Steelers.
If ever a public figure was exempt from Mr. Holder’s much contested depiction of our country as a “nation of cowards” on race, it was RFK.
The Islamic State presents a problem to be managed, not a war to be won.
Though the size of our international population remains paltry, The Morning File is a strong supporter of assisting their assimilation.
I was pleased to see the Post-Gazette give attention to the Institute of Medicine’s recent report “Dying in America”.
American elites in the 1950s were not as ostentatious.
The president goes to war in Syria and Iraq, but will only go so far.
The virus is winning as the world plays catch up, reports epidemiologist Tara C. Smith.
It is impossible to get an accurate picture of how drilling is being regulated because of the error-ridden online Compliance Report.
Highmark and UPMC are three months from their historic separation, yet disagreement and confusion still reign regarding patient treatment.
The almanacs predict tough sledding; PennDOT launches bridge repair; the Pirates market corks and bottles.
I’m surprised that the Post-Gazette opposes hate crimes legislation.
Pittsburgh is hosting a summit to connect employers with untapped talent, explains the CEO of PNC
Ukrainian sociologist Anastasia Riabchuk tells friends what’s going on in her country.
It’s time we recognize the extraordinary contributions of women to our country.
The West started the war in Ukraine, watch out for the white/right terrorists and more
Sally Kalson, one of the most perceptive journalists of her generation in Pittsburgh, died Friday. Here is one of her signature columns.
Facts that speak for themselves.
Post-Gazette reporter Kate Giammarise says the murals in the state’s Finance Building are a New Deal gem.
Hate crimes act as a threat of violence and intimidation against an entire community of people.
Tom Foerster and Pete Flaherty voted to enact the 1 percent sales tax, which was an act of political courage.
There needs to be a discussion about how caregiving needs as well as support for caregivers can be provided.
Financial burdens aside, the emotional and psychological burdens can be just as heavy.
When Karen McGuire’s daughter was born, she never got to hold her. But this morning they’ll be running around together in the Great Race.
For the Pirates and Reds, it was a day for everything that was overdue, writes Gene Collier.