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Los Angeles should learn that more voting doesn’t mean better voting.
Pennsylvania lawmakers are considering a bill to allow teachers to carry firearms on school property.
Range Resources is the leader in state penalties for violations related to Marcellus Shale gas drilling.
Since 1968, about 76,000 American miners have died because of medical conditions linked to black lung disease.
Raining bombs on innocent families will not make new friends.
City property owners pay high taxes to compensate for the loss of tax revenue from our many wonderful “nonprofit” institutions.
With the issue of domestic abuse prominent in the news, I was thinking about his outrageous “No” vote on a law that helps all women.
Thank you to the Post-Gazette for the editorial “Lame Justice: A Couple’s Child Abuse Deserved Real Punishment.”
Thank you for the most interesting and informative article about the Nepali refugees who now live in Pittsburgh.
All of a sudden, the immediate future looks bright for the Steelers, who showed up on offense and defense for a full game Sunday night.
It's not stretching the truth to suggest PNC Park has become a tough place to play, making it even more important for the Pirates to return.
The politics of pot and same-sex marriage have changed; abortion is different.
When Willie Nelson invites you to get high with him on his bus, you go.
The new pay-by-license-plate kiosks are bringing in more bucks for the city. The question is whether this gain makes up for what we lost...
Many people won’t bike to work until employers create locker rooms where bikers can shower and dress for the workday.
Racism has plagued Black Pittsburgh, but so too have divided leadership and missed opportunities.
The fight against the Islamic State is one in which most Americans can keep their distance.
Transparency in government is the political theme of the age, but apparently the Corbett administration did not get the memo.
Two days ahead of a U.N. climate summit, tens of thousands will gather today in New York City for a “people’s march” against climate change.
Heinz is bringing baby food production to the North Side; computers are less common in Pittsburgh; and the Bucs have a winning season.
Our administration sits on the sidelines, except with ineffective patches, one of which is this plan.
The one declared in Iraq and Syria is not the only one
For instance, it’s not socialist, but it is a monopoly more than willing to exert its power.
The daughter of soul singer James Brown describes the day in 2007 she snapped and left her abusive husband
Half measures won’t defeat the Islamic State.
“Job creators” wring tax breaks from states at the expense of everyone else, laments Richard Florida
Give the homeless homes, the U.S. found moderate rebels in Syria (!) and more ...
Facts that speak for themselves.
Military and intelligence personnel who risk their lives probably make less in a year than Ben Roethlisberger makes in a week.
My family and friends in Scotland and all Scots would have been adversely affected by a “Yes” vote.
Joe Wos’ Forum article could have been written a century ago whining about how the newfangled auto is disturbing horse-and-buggy operators.
All this time I thought I was saving tons of money, keeping in shape at age 57 and relieving traffic congestion.
After leaving the NFL, a former Steelers running back has found a new and better calling
The Pirates were right not to retaliate after Andrew McCutchen was hit twice Saturday night by the Milwaukee Brewers.
The poet who teaches at Pitt, and studied there too, just won a $625,000 MacArthur Fellowship. “Creativity is work,” he says.
Patients with serious mental illness need more than housing; they need medical care to stabilize, recover and thrive.
If the NFL can’t support a 4-year-old, this writer is done with the league.
The results Thursday night were a clear 55 percent to 45 percent affirmation of the Scots’ desire to remain in the United Kingdom.
The General Fund would be in better shape if Mr. Corbett had gone after more revenue from shale gas drillers.
A terrible thing is happening while we obsess about criminals among NFL owners, employees and players.
Our representatives have voted to commit taxpayer dollars and the lives of military volunteers to another endless war in the Middle East.
The NFL treated this case, as it has many others, to be just a domestic issue.
Doing so might save you money while helping to save the planet.
Of what little we know of the playoff race, one thing was certain: Russell Martin’s blast gave the Pirates an elusive fifth consecutive win.
Their strategy is simple: Draw in the world’s great superpower, create the ultimate foil and achieve supreme stature in radical Islam.
Dice and saute one medium onion; / add enough mild broth to cook ...
Things like a stutter that threaten to break us in life don’t exist for a reason, but they can serve a purpose.
Action on climate change needn’t slow economic growth.
Let’s revolt against first class and the airlines, not each other.
The incident in Blooming Grove shows that our first responders face constant danger.