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The president has forced Republicans’ contradictions into the sunlight, and they don’t like it.
Navigating the thicket of city building and zoning codes, permits and licenses should be easier than it is today.
Feeling the pressure of public disapproval, UPS announced that light duties will be made available to pregnant employees.
The entire breed developed an unwarranted reputation for unprovoked ferocity.
I feel fortunate to have lived my life in a marble cake-like mix of fellow Americans.
This is part of a wider political struggle to rid the “administrative state” from the burdens of constitutional constraint.
Like many others, I am losing access to UPMC facilities and physicians on Jan. 1.
There are laws in place that are supposed to punish or penalize caretakers who neglect or abuse the elderly in all settings.
Planning a Manson wedding has its own special considerations.
The progressive Republican’s story is instructive for today.
As we gear up for another political fight over immigration, it might be wise for our nation’s leaders to take a stroll to Statuary Hall.
Pennsylvania could become a trailblazer by adding an annual lottery in which all proceeds fund cancer research.
The issues and attitudes that the immigration and racial conflicts have in common certainly make for odd timing.
New cries of a “war on coal” have emerged in the wake of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s proposed rules.
Most Americans want this issue to be addressed.
Thanks to the independent work of A+ Schools, the Pittsburgh district is better able to identify its challenges and develop action plans.
Eagle security cameras will be installed, Route 28 construction detours come to an end, and Light Up Night ushers in the holidays.
It was shocking to read that Sen. Pat Toomey is looking forward to a Republican agenda that includes rolling back bank regulations.
The medical devices tax apparently is not costing Americans jobs.
Editorial cartoonist Rob Rogers is like many other liberals who deflect President Obama’s acts of lawlessness to criticism of the GOP.
Many of us are getting tired of hearing people’s complaints about immigration.
We can again harbor hope that our environment will have some protection after the wanton disregard of it under our present governorship.
Now “general managers” of fantasy teams make ethical decisions about fielding troubled players.
Incredibly, despite chronic delays, ridership on the extraordinarily limited Capitol Limited hit a record high.
Facts that speak for themselves.
President Barack Obama’s strategy in Syria and Iraq is not working.
Law enforcement officials used disorderly-conduct and loitering laws to arrest and fine sexual harassers. And today?
New ideas / Sharp opinions.
It is with a sad heart that we write regarding the planned changes at Our Daily Bread.
Scientists say that fur seals in the Antarctic are having sex with the penguins. This may have been going on for some time.
Only 36 percent of Americans expressed approval of Democrats in a Gallup poll Nov. 12.
In a nation with fewer and fewer shared experiences, one remains resilient, rich and redolent of memory.
And the least we can do is give already-Americans an opportunity to succeed.
A recent report suggests that approximately 240 young people are homeless in Allegheny County.
Congress should pass the Smarter Sentencing Act and the Recidivism Reduction and Public Safety Act.
“Conflict” is not a goal, and highlighting conflicts is not an end in itself.
Will Conflict Kitchen now be adding “Blood of Innocents” to its menu?
The American Academy of Pediatrics is either ignorant of data related to breast cancer or not being transparent.
I was appalled at a display considered “artwork” and felt responsible for exposing an innocent 10-year-old to vulgar language.
An event held by Rep. Tim Murphy focused on barriers to medical innovation and potential solutions.
“I don’t know why these feminists claim there’s so much ’sexual harassment’ everywhere!”
When I imagine an orphan, I do not see a 67-year-old woman with wrinkling skin and graying hair. I wouldn’t have thought I’d feel so lost.
It’s a sentimental journey to West Virginia for the author, but a truly wonderful holiday experience for anyone.
sunday is a wedding dress / in an attic window, hung / from the molding on wire hanger ...
If this sounds like the most one-sided deal since Manhattan sold for $24 in 1626, you heard right.
A poll over the summer found that 71 percent of voters supported a major federal investment in early education.
The Keystone XL pipeline is one of the nation’s most vexing problems because whatever happens is not likely to be good.
In most locales, passenger and freight trains must share the tracks, but passenger lines should not get second-class treatment.
The Israelis have had decent relations with Jordan, constrained as they are by the presence of many Palestinians in Jordan.
I challenge our schools to truly examine these standardized test results, or why bother with them?