Trump used reinforced concrete rather than steel when he built Trump Tower.
The life, liberty and pursuit of happiness of citizens are not trumped by the Second or any amendment.
It’s time to stop the sale of weapons of mass destruction; stop selling military-style weapons to anyone who walks in off the street.
Other franchises, politicians and a lot of higher-learning institutions would love to have Morehouse’s insight.
British voters who voted to leave the EU had about 10 hours of joy. Trump favored Brexit and would like to copy its results here.
It’s enlightening to see that Brits can be just as dense as anyone else, especially for us old Anglophiles who venerate the dropped R, the
A Clinton-Warren ticket would turn up the heat on the GOP.
Let Hamlet suffer the slings and arrows no more.
There’s something about a looming election that compels an incumbent politician to once again assert how tough on crime he or she is.
U.S. Rep. Keith Rothfus, in criticizing the ruling, uses unrelated fearmongering to promote unreasonable and irrational policies.
Festivities at the opening were judged to have been less enthusiastic than they were when the U.S. turned the canal over to Panama in 1999.
Pittsburgh now boasts about 50 food trucks in operation, nearly double the number last summer.
Our school board faces a painful re-examination of its commitment to Anthony Hamlet as the incoming superintendent.
I am optimistic for the first time in seven years about the direction of the Pittsburgh Public Schools.
While Route 28 is not perfectly constructed, no road is; while more work needs to be done, it is still far superior to what it used to be.
There’s no predictive formula for pitching success along the three rivers right now.
The former Steelers running back will be served with a warrant for 30 counts of criminal mischief by the Bureau of Police Graffiti Unit.
Breyer makes clear that claims of protecting women’s health were spurious.
Social media is the new office water cooler. Employees can, and should, organize online to create a better workplace.
The Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank, the new China-led addition to the development bank world, has approved its first four loans.
Supporting U.S. policies has come back to bite the British.
“Is It Fair That the Innocent Pay for the Guilty?” asks The American Society for the Defense of Tradition, Family and Property.
The treatment of Arthur Johnson, a prisoner at the State Correctional Institution Frackville, would be considered medieval.
Too bad all the money in the world will not take away the pain of so many innocent victims whose lives are ruined forever.
McGinty has stated she’d vote against the TPP. That makes our choice simple. One candidate would like to stop the bleed-out of U.S. jobs.
As a longtime child advocate, I applaud Mr. Toomey and his efforts to keep our children safe.
As the savage season finale reminds us, heroism and hope can assert itself when least expected — even in real life.
The “dump Trump” movement is back. Back for one last defeat.
Well, they know more than nonexperts, who are more susceptible to misformation.
No angst about the European Union here: The Spanish on Sunday voted against change.
The federal coal program must do right by nature and taxpayers.
When a developer builds new luxury housing, it creates vacancies in lower-cost housing, which put more affordable housing on the market.
The reason gun violence exists is because too many parents have failed to teach their sons and daughters respect for themselves and others.
Not since 1856 has Iran started a war. For two millennia, Iran’s lands have been subject to invasions.
I was horrified to see the photos accompanying Brian O’Neill’s June 15 column about a local band couch surfing across the country.
Thomas Jefferson and John Adams — men whose intense friendship seems more remarkable and reassuring than ever before in this bizarre year.
History is unlikely to be kind to British Prime Minister David Cameron.
Voters rejected fear for a welcome revival of nationhood.
The Wilkinsburg massacre generated national attention because of the savagery of the assault.
The revelation that malnutrition features more prominently among low-income Americans of certain races is deeply worrying.
Globalization, with trade agreements negotiated by and for multinational corporations, has been devastating to ordinary workers.
The Supreme Court’s nondecision means immigration reform is needed now.
Ceramic artist Christian Morris making a conversational map of the Strip District for exhibit at Society for Contemporary Craft.
The National Rifle Association offers shooting safety courses at nearly all local gun clubs.
County council voted to participate in a land bank organized by the Steel Rivers and Turtle Creek Valley councils of government.
In our 135-mile corridor live 6.7 million people, comparable to Europe’s busiest corridors with fast, frequent passenger trains.
There is ample evidence that the HPV vaccine is safe and effective. This initiative has the potential to save many lives.
The baby boomers have betrayed my generation by tearing us from Europe.
This is a historic year of experts ignored, conventions upended and establishments reordered.
Memories are fresh after all those years: a night, the fights, a wedding.