For the last three years, I have had a plan through the Affordable Care Act, which I now fear will be taken away.
The American people are being kicked in the teeth.
The emerging Republican plan attempts to pick winners and losers, the deserving and the undeserving.
This nurse should be recognized for her effort and not be included in the group who did not see or believe the warning signs of abuse.
In this era of uncivil shouting matches and little real compromise, there’s a possible remedy. End gerrymandering.
Sometimes, a little money goes a long way. That is the idea behind The Pittsburgh Foundation’s Small and Mighty grants program.
America’s commander for its military role in the North African state of Libya calls it a “powder keg.”
Federal policymakers should think hard about the devastation sure to come if they pass the AHCA, because nobody wins under this proposal.
Before reforms, the LCB had to adhere to strict pricing formulas that prohibited them from gouging consumers. That’s no longer the case.
Thanks to the new initiative, the medical profession may be better positioned to address dietary problems contributing to chronic disease.
I believe that putting a different-named plan over an abysmal system is the same as placing a new cap over a rotten tooth.
Gerrymandering doesn’t just affect who gets elected — it affects how they govern while in office.
We’ve lost the narrative that unites us around a common multigenerational project, that gives a sense of meaning and purpose to our history.
I was very happy to see the article about gerrymandering and SB 22.
Our Constitution (Art. 2, Sec. 16) requires that districts be as nearly equal in population as practicable and be contiguous and compact.
Mr. Trump made a terrible accusation against Mr. Obama and against the American system of government, without a shred of evidence.
Regarding “Conflict Kitchen Closing Schenley Plaza Eatery, But Continuing Mission” (March 17):
One of the biggest defects in the tax code is that it encourages companies to finance themselves by borrowing rather than by issuing equity.
Before the election of President Donald Grump, some pledged to leave the county if, by some crazy chance, he were to win the White House.
Why not draw the state’s congressional and legislative districts to benefit the people of Pennsylvania instead of political parties?
It is frustrating that the preferred U.S. approach consists of making health care unaffordable for a significant portion of the population.
I was disappointed to read that the Southwestern Pennsylvania Commission postponed action on the long-overdue Mon-Fayette connection.
Pittsburgh’s lead filter program must be a coordinated community process.
The testimony by FBI Director Comey and NSA Director Rogers before the House Intelligence Committee is extremely important to Americans.
In his visit to Pittsburgh, NPR’s politics editor provides shrewd analysis of the day’s events.
Soon we’ll find out if budget hawks threaten to shut down the government, or if they were just being partisan with President Barack Obama.
I am terrified that a real international crisis will occur and no one competent will be there to handle it.
It’s a new chapter in perversity, purposely jamming telephone lines then demanding to know why calls don’t go through.
For Russian dissident Vladimir Kara-Murza, holding Vladimir Putin accountable was almost deadly — twice.
At the same time Duquesne is looking to spend tens of millions on its basketball complex, it has announced its intention to close its press.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel visited the White House Friday for a somewhat puzzling meeting with President Donald Trump.
In retrospect there were numerous warning signs and many opportunities to intercede.
As a 25-year veteran of the health care profession, working primarily with cardiac patients, I am highly tuned in to their lifestyle habits.
New guidelines for police chases released last week by the Allegheny County District Attorney promote common sense and public safety.
The changing climate is the most significant threat to the citizens of the U.S. and of the world. We cannot continue business as usual.
The change that best accounts for the warming of our planet is the human production of carbon dioxide.
All nursing homes are rated through a five-star rating system and their ratings, surveys and complaints are posted by CMS.
State Auditor General Eugene DePasquale came out in favor of legalizing marijuana for responsible adult consumption, and I applaud him.
The security and budget issues do intersect profoundly with the populist wave that Mr. Trump rode to the White House; he is wrong on both.
While Elvis “covered” R&B, Chuck Berry was its personification. It was a language he understood in his bones.
As Venezuela has plunged deeper into an economic, political and humanitarian crisis, its regional neighbors and the U.S. have stood back.
Here’s what the Senate should ask the Supreme Court nominee.
‘Get Out’ says a lot about how one group of Americans views another.
President Donald Trump made a visit to Michigan Wednesday in which he announced a grand bargain and sketched an even grander vision.
We should follow the lead of countries that funnel students into appropriate vocational apprenticeships depending on aptitude and interest.
As proposed budget cuts threaten to reverse America's standards of humanity and well-being, America becomes less defensible.
Do we want private schools that claim they are more efficient than public schools? Or do we want public schools, which educate everyone.
I understand making a profit is the legitimate goal of capitalism, but taken to the extreme, like anything else, it leads to no good.
They viewed fellow human beings as nothing more than a means to an end, which could then be dispensed with like a rusty tool.
Regarding the March 5 letter “Carry Laws Unsafe”: The writer must believe that criminals are not already carrying firearms illegally.