He’d have a hard time winning the presidency, but he could help Hillary Clinton.
They enrich corporations and the top 1 percent, but they bust the rest of us.
Now that Pennsylvania’s House and Senate have passed liquor privatization, only one person stands in the way: Gov. Tom Wolf.
A United Nations report shows millions of lives can be saved with modern toilet facilities.
Pennsylvania loses state university students, Chevron boost STEM education and a UPMC study shows bariatric surgery curbing diabetes.
We can’t allow budget weaknesses to continue and watch our property taxes go up while our public schools and working families struggle.
Pennsylvania law should encourage couples to collaborate when they split up.
The poor aren’t reaching for the pitchforks because many think they’re to blame for their own poverty.
Believers cannot let extremists define their religions
You should join the rest of the world and adopt chip-and-PIN credit cards ASAP
I don’t understand the economical reasoning behind the Republican push to privatize Pennsylvania’s liquor sales.
The “rebels” may have been born as Americans, but they forfeited that identity when the states that composed the Confederacy seceded.
The student who struggles with a quadratic equation (who didn’t?) might be great at any number of the other multiple intelligences.
She knows the best time to throw her last party — sometime before she dies. But don’t call it a “funeral party.”
But many liberalsdon’t seem to think so.
The Pirates pitching staff, especially the rotation, keeps proving itself as one of the very best in the majors — right down to Jeff Locke.
We are becoming prisoners of our own intransigence.
Americans are weird, but they have been very nice to me.
The Wolf administration’s policy is that emails can be deleted after five days, never to be recovered by Pa.’s Right to Know law.
There may be red states and blue states, but red, white and blue means one thing: E pluribus unum. Out of many, one.
I was disappointed with the brief and buried description of the Supreme Court decision to uphold Arizona’s impartial citizens’ commission.
Let us remember one of the most hideous massacres of Indians in American history under the American flag committed by Col. John Chivington.
I was shocked that the White House was illuminated with different colors last week after the Supreme Court ruling on same-sex marriage.
The Pittsburgh Thunderbirds clinched a playoff spot in their debut season and did so in a thrilling, come-from-behind overtime victory.
Campaign 2016 the long, long, long race for the White House. This week: Jeb Bush! Or as we like to call him, John Ellis Bush-Bush!
If Greece votes ‘yes,’ the failed austerity mongers win.
With an open book on my chest, / like a butterfly or a moth / resting its wings, I drift off to sleep ...
It took a long time to come to terms with being gay, so having the Supreme Court legalize same-sex marriage feels like validation.
Mr. Obama will get his “legacy.” Mr. Kerry will get his Nobel. And Iran will get the bomb.
Why are so many people running for president this time?
The Allegheny Intermediate Unit is a public entity that must conduct its business in plain view of taxpayers, just like a school district.
The next hurdle on the way to solving the Greek debt and eurozone problem is the country’s referendum on Sunday.
The FTC has delivered a punitive thwack to a man who raised $122,000 on Kickstarter to create a board game, then spent the money on himself.
On a recent trip to Israel with four members of Congress organized by J Street, I saw for myself the “apartheid” situation on the ground.
Who the heck are all those people running for president anyway?
The recent action of the United Church of Christ against Israel was the subject of a lengthy, Page One story by the PG. Why?
At the Open Streets event, I couldn’t hear bikes approaching due to traffic noise on the 16th Street Bridge and from the Veterans Bridge.
A letter writer resorted to personal attacks on the speakers at a South Fayette Planning Commission meeting and impugned their motives.
If so, we should make sure that it is justly rewarded
There’s nothing like a dog, and nothing like losing one.
Can you imagine going to Wal-Mart and doing all your grocery shopping without having any idea at all of what the cost of each item might be?
Ted Cruz’s cure for the judiciary is worse than the disease
Pennsylvania’s Prohibition-era mode of alcohol sales could soon be history, and Gov. Tom Wolf is the only obstacle in the way of progress.
Open Streets Pittsburgh is great. Let’s do it all the time.
Pennsylvanians want a deal that funds the state, not endless sniping from Republicans and Democrats.
So far no links have been established between the fires and the mass killings in Charleston, S.C., by a self-identified white supremacist.
I have always questioned why city leaders are obsessed with growing the city’s population.
A homicidal white supremacist’s right to own a pistol doesn’t trump the right of nine souls to live their lives without being gunned down.
Of 18 flights in June coming from Paris, Customs took more than an hour to process the passengers for six of the flights.
Does anyone else find it ironic that Mt. Lebanon has a park sunscreen dispenser, yet fails to effectively cull the deer population?