We like our wars to be fought out of sight and out of mind.
Allegations of a cheating scandal among cadets at Pennsylvania’s State Police Academy raise serious questions.
CCAC hopes to win a $50,000 U.S. Department of Agriculture Rural Development grant.
The total of new jobs was less than last year’s 221,000 monthly average, but not bad for January.
The UPMC and Allegheny Health Network situation is chaotic and costly despite claims to the contrary.
Pittsburgh cannot afford to tell itself ‘It can’t happen here.'
Hillary Clinton would blow up a compromise in the abortion wars that has held for 40 years
One is to focus not only on distressed neighborhoods, but also on making stable neighborhoods stronger.
The Texas senator is just as likely to win the GOP nomination as anyone else who’s running.
He’s not as interesting as some pundits thought.
The city school district has pursued an appeal on my property for three years.
Liberty and freedom are concepts that are hard for some educated people and some undereducated people to grasp.
Perhaps then we will become a kinder and gentler nation.
Charles Goldblum was wrongly convicted of murder 40 years ago, writes former PG staffer David Bear, who is editing a book on the case.
It is so important to pay it forward when we enjoy the cutting-edge medical care that Pittsburgh offers.
If a Pennsylvania state representative has a groundhog’s back, does that mean we’ll have seven more months of budget impasse?
The Panthers weren’t ready to play Saturday against No. 9 Virginia, so they’ll continue to face questions about what they’ve become.
I doubt even 1 percent of tonight’s TV audience will consider the ethics of their entertainment.
Some stats, facts and — eventually — a Super Bowl 50 prediction as the Panthers and Broncos gear up for the big game.
Many Pennsylvanians did not travel during the recent winter storm.
There’s not much of Squirrel Hill in the Louisiana Delta.
The tiny house at 223 N. Atlantic Ave. may stand as an inflection point in Pittsburgh’s evolving urban landscape.
Why is the combination of college and sports sometimes so awful, especially in the realm of football?
M&T has a long way to go before its factory, built in the 1800s, can fit into the modern and densely populated Lawrenceville of 2016.
David Garth’s Jan. 30 Saturday Diary read like an adolescent rant.
There’s a huge Steelers fan base in Central Pennsylvania.
Bernie Sanders will amply fill the U.S. presidency with good results.
NFL commissioner Roger Goodell has a lot of issues on his plate he must deal with, and none of them have simple solutions.
It’s getting undeserved flak from both sides of the aisle.
The train I rode used to roll by here when I was on my way / out of what I have since gone back to . . .
Coach Wick told us to practice on our own; we did, and we won.
He represents a new generation, but does he have anything new to say?
A record number of people, 149, were exonerated last year after being falsely convicted of crimes.
Penn Hills school board’s 2016-17 budget proposal landed with a thud.
Libya is rapidly growing as a concern for the United States.
The House and Senate passed an on-time, balanced budget by June 30, which Gov. Tom Wolf vetoed.
An animal does not have the value of a human life.
The Port Authority officers followed the use-of-force policy set forth in the Pennsylvania Crimes Code by the book.
Bruce Kelley Jr.’s life matters, more now than ever.
The Republicans will be “split” until they all realize that this whole new mix has a much broader appeal.
Something is often forgotten in the emotional coverage of a fallen K-9 officer: Humans put the dog into the position of being killed.
The conversation around, about, even from Panthers quarterback Cam Newton has gotten strange, but his game is extraordinary in the best way.
Americans pay for much of the military aid going to Thailand.
Just when she’s on a roll, Clinton reveals her greed and cluelesness.
Here’s a bipartisan proposal to make Obamacare work.
We college presidents must join with coaches, parents and fans to protect our student-athletes
An afternoon encounter between two men and Port Authority police officers rapidly escalated into tragedy Sunday in Wilkinsburg.
The crisis in Flint, Mich., has cities and towns across the country suddenly concerned about aging infrastructure.
The 26th African Union summit, which ended Sunday in Ethiopia, ducked as usual the questions of bloody conflict on the continent.