If you’ve found your school property taxes soaring in recent years, what follows are three of the reasons why.
Believe it or not, says Betsey Stevenson, but women are doing better by all measures.
We cannot further delay fixing our archaic wastewater infrastructure, says the president and CEO of Consol Energy Inc.
Zika is just the first front in the 21st-century biowar, says former military leader.
An intensive course on Asian religions opened up a whole new world for cultural Christian.
The Rev. Randy Bush calls on people of faith to grow with the advances in science, which let us peer into “miraculous workings.”
Free-market economics leads to exorbitant prices for lifesaving products, a result we should find completely unacceptable.
It’s difficult to believe that the right to choose would be the moral line justifying a vote for the amoral, ignorant and dangerous Trump.
PG columnist Jack Kelly takes any every opportunity to trash the Clintons. However, he should be required to use statements that are true.
Beginning this season, the NFL will “streamline,” its injury reports.
The state has established a database for doctors and other medical professionals to consult before writing prescriptions for narcotics.
The United States should be delighted to see this long, bloody war end, if it does.
My recent visit to the Flight 93 Memorial was a time to reflect on the courageous spirit of Americans in the face of terror and danger.
For the past few days we have heard plenty from all sides about the increase in price for EpiPen.
Outlets serve as mouthpieces for the left and the right
No doubt, this is a strange election. But it still fits into a familiar pattern
I was stunned to learn in Peter Smith’s excellent, in-depth article last Sunday that half of Pennsylvania’s Catholics intend to vote Trump.
The vetting of Mr. Trump is paltry at best, aside from the lurid headlines.
Blame for the obviously inadequate parking facility is at least partially Amtrak’s.
By diverting public money for personal use, Nicholas Trombetta hurt the charter school movement he helped to create.
Two new studies highlight just how dangerous — and costly — it is to be inactive.
When Donald Trump portrays America’s cities as hellholes of runaway crime and social collapse, what on earth is he talking about?
The bright line seems to be outright bribery. Anything short of that is considered — for everyone — acceptable corruption.
Giving IV antibiotics at home helps insurance companies, not the patient, when it comes to cost.
Via satellite, Simone Biles carries the American flag in the Rio Olympics closing ceremonies.
The first time I saw my father cry, he had just put down the children’s paperback “Roberto Clemente: Young Baseball Hero.”
I have a cool party trick: I can stick silverware to my head. What’s even cooler is that the magnet in my head has also improved my hearing.
The major parties have put forward two candidates who are both unfit for the presidency.
From this day on, we will never have a presidential candidate who will not be maligned or deemed untrustworthy by an adversary.
What has happened to the religious intellectuals, the thinkers taken seriously by nonbelievers as well as believers?
Greater Pittsburgh Literacy Council, has helped thousands of welfare recipients to gain the skills they need to become self-sufficient.
This foundation scandal is in the realm in between “perfectly ethical and legal” behavior and illegal behavior.
Juveniles can commit horrific crimes, requiring very harsh punishments. But mandatory sentencing can be too sweeping an approach.
The United States is quite content to see the Kurds acting against the government of Syrian President Bashar Assad.
There are other communities and businesses across the region and state leveraging the NAP tax credits to fund community development efforts.
I find it hard to vote for either of the grifters the major parties put up this year. What’s a conservative to do? I will be like Dad ...
Despite the well-deserved attention to water contamination, the highest lead readings come from residual lead in soil and lead-based paint.
While helping to pack the photo files in the old Post-Gazette building Downtown, I found ancient treasures.
The Post-Gazette reported last week that Uber plans to introduce driverless cars in Pittsburgh.
Democrats do not turn on their own people as we do.
Letter writer Walt Weaver states that President Barack Obama’s calling Donald Trump unfit violated tradition and common decency.
Remember the “pet rock.” Don’t assume anything, people. Vote!
Never in recent memory have there been two more maligned and mistrusted candidates for president as Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton.
Pitcher’s problems mount as season continues to slip away.
The EPA must resist pressure to set a low standard.
To try to reduce concussions, the league is moving all kickoffs up to the 40-yard line during regular-season games in the 2016 season.
Though the view is spectacular, the lack of maintenance to this area is an embarrassment to our city.
An Islamic extremist pleaded guilty before the International Criminal Court to destroying 10 tombs from the 14th century in Timbuktu, Mali.
Like Churchill, Mr. Trump possesses the resolve to never give up in a world that is increasingly hostile to our values.
Short-term careerism prevails over the virtues of pursuing a life’s vocation