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Americans favoring letting the Islamic State and the other malevolent elements fight it out among themselves are, in my view, right.
It was not reassuring to learn that state employees from the governor’s office on down are trained to cull their own emails.
It appears that a conjuncture of forces working on the Eastern Ukraine issue is acting to bring the crisis to an end.
For years, Americans have seen proposals come and go on starting classes later for students in high schools and middle schools.
UPMC should look to its own quarterly report as a sign that competition will help both Pittsburghers and its own financial health.
Unlike methadone, buprenorphine-containing medications are widely prescribed to patients and are kept in the home.
In hard times the Salvation Army proves that Americans do have a heart full of warmth.
How could an intelligent man like George F. Will believe many of these corporate moves, like inversions, are sensible?
His office personnel will walk you through any state issue and find an answer for you.
The discussion must be about making a choice and living or dying with that choice without interference from others.
Ike Davis and the Pirates converted a major tipping point Tuesday night, but can they do it again and again and again now that they need to?
It’s a corny game, but it makes summer fun.
I am elated by U.S. Secretary of Education Arne Duncan’s announcement regarding the $250 million preschool development grants competition.
The opportunity to come up with a fair formula for schools must be seized.
The PG attacks our work while ignoring CSSD ethical questions.
If it feels as though the world of disorder is expanding against order, it’s not your imagination. There’s an unfortunate logic to it.
The Peduto administration must look into two cases from the Ravenstahl years.
Like the Ebola epidemic, elephant poaching shows lousy government in Africa.
Students away from home face more health threats than ramen noodles.
The idea of Mr. Perry running for president raises one of my favorite subjects: interregional differences in economic and population growth.
It is clear that women’s equal right to vote, established 94 years ago, has not yet translated into equal representation in government.
Merging of the city and county call-taking process places public safety at great risk.
Some people have dream jobs, some have dream vacations. You would be lucky to have both, but dreams are all about interpretation.
Recent police-related events should be a cautionary tale for Pittsburgh.
Chelsa Wagner, Allegheny County controller, participated in the service for Mayor Sophie Masloff at Temple Sinai.
Why should we reward any politicians for doing the job they do “against” us.
Catholics must begin asking their parish councils what salary they would offer a married priest as well as housing and health care.
God decides when it’s your time to die.
Saturday’s front page had two color photographs of a local shooting and Hamas executions, it was disturbing and unnecessary.
Between the unrest in Ferguson, renewal of American bombing in Iraq and more, it was easy to get lost in a thicket of bad vibes last week.
Pirates starter Francisco Liriano, in another return to his 2013 form, deserved much better than what he got in the loss Monday night.
Corporate inversions are good for the American economy and Americans.
What should the media do when terrorists pose victims?
A three-judge panel issued a sensible ruling regarding notes of apology that the former state Supreme Court justice must send to jurists.
Some bystanders will applaud and others will jeer. Isn’t that what all American workers deserve — the ability to speak truth to power?
The vaccine against HPV has proved to be a tough sell, but a group of local grandmothers has taken on the challenge.
I was not surprised to read the article “Fracking Waste Tainted Groundwater Soil at Three Washington County Sites” (Aug. 6).
Why would anyone who is a member of the Steelers put themselves at odds with the law?
I am delighted by the presence of the Schenley Drive bike lane and the impact it has had on my morning commute.
Secularism protects freedom of religion for religious and nonreligious people. That way no religion or lack thereof can dominate others.
No nation suffered more during this horrible “war to end all wars,” yet Serbia showed how to resist empires and ultimately destroy them.
I can’t help but notice the similarity between the Royal Ulster Constabulary in 1977 and the police in Ferguson, Missouri.
The federal criminal justice system is flawed but still effective.
With tense situations at home and abroad, the president takes refuge on the links.
News of the summer is worth recapping with a quiz.
A lot of time, energy and lives have been wasted while we citizens of the still-free Western world bicker bitterly while Mosul burns.
She has a clear field in the presidential preseason, but the perils of tripping are high.
It's two steps forward and one step back for Pittsburgh Public Schools test scores.
The successful treatment of Ebola contracted by two U.S. relief workers shows the effectiveness of modern medicine.
Bishop Zubik gets doused, Schenley Park takes on water and an illegal wine seller tries to reclaim his bottles.