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They need our help, yet many would-be allies carp about their own issues.
At the top of the to-do-but-not-done list is pension reform.
Clearly, testing had gotten out of hand in the district, which is to be congratulated for listening to critics and responding.
Consumers of these organizations’ reports have a right to demand that they reveal who gives them money, how much and for what purpose.
They help both taxpayers and workers, as well local hotels, restaurants, rental car companies and other businesses.
I’m a hunter and I don’t want to be out in the fields with people who carry these rapid-fire weapons.
This will affect hundreds of thousands of Americans and it must be closed.
When it comes to corporal punishment, the culture of violence starts at home.
Pirates GM Neal Huntington admits Russell Martin's pricetag likely will be in a financial area the Pirates do not wish to go.
The get-rich-quick town is going broke … again
He used his popularity to give back to so many others through his foundations and charitable endeavors.
The sturdy building, where theater owners saw previews of films, was vacant for years. Saved and restored, it’s filled with new businesses.
The desire of many in Scotland to separate from the United Kingdom affects much more than economics. It’s a matter of ethnic pride.
Scots should not take the uncertain, risky path to independence.
The URA gave two developers three months to work together on a plan for the historic produce terminal.
Joe Wos recently announced that he is stepping down as the ToonSeum’s executive director to pursue his first love — cartooning.
I do not find the words “In God We Trust” to be unaccepting or unwelcoming.
Just the latest example is his support of the Citizens United court decision that undermines our democracy.
Tom Wolf’s message is that we should tax the oil and gas industry to help fund our schools.
He created jobs and enabled employees to spend Sundays with their families. Why focus on the definition-of-marriage controversy?
Your story titled “Winning Immunity Challenges” (Sept. 9) by David Templeton was right on the mark.
It was so good to see the variety of nameplates that the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette has had over the past 228 years!
Not surprisingly, the evidence shows voluntary programs to be of little benefit for the most seriously ill.
Roger, I’m writing out of concern for the image and future of a league without which it would be hard to imagine life in Pittsburgh.
The Pirates have a chance to nab the NL Central crown with Josh Harrison winning the batting title, which would be tons of fun for everyone.
No, Apple. This time you have gone too far.
To his political detriment, Sen. Charles Goodell tried to force Richard Nixon to withdraw troops faster from Vietnam.
Reaction to an effort to put “In God We Trust” in the county council’s meeting room revealed a lack of historical and religious knowledge.
Some Republican strategists now think he may be their strongest candidate in 2016.
The largest veterans advocacy organization in the country was founded here 100 years ago, recounts historian JONATHAN NEU.
A powerful ally has joined the effort to legalize ride-share services in Pennsylvania.
With time-wasting political theater by Congress, voters are invited to critique it on the strength of the plots.
One of the saddest anniversaries was remembered this past week — the terror attacks of Sept. 11, 2001.
Athletes have been given a free pass for too many generations on their negative behaviors.
I’ve lost two brothers to drug addiction. Our lawmakers can help other families avoid this fate, writes consultant JASON SNYDER.
Sure, make more bike lanes, but Pittsburgh has bigger transportation issues to deal with.
Conservative candidates are coming out for birth control, but not for everybody, explains the American Prospect’s PAUL WALDMAN.
At the least the president appears to believe he’s on the right track
On race-shaming, teacher fantasies and more ...
They’re lying about GOP foreign policy.
Facts that speak for themselves.
The question we must ask ourselves is how much power have we conferred upon these organizations due to our idolization of sport.
I can’t imagine these barons of politics would resort to being hypocritical by accepting money that they knew was so imprinted.
After all, “In God We Trust” is printed on paper money and inscribed on coins.
One look at headlines on the PG’s front page last Sunday reminds us of the prominent role health care continues to play in the news.
Lawrenceville historian Jude Wudarczyk unearths the details of a 19th-century battle with an unlikely plaintiff.
It’s getting a bit like an old Western, only instead of the farmers against the cattle ranchers, it’s the cyclists against the motorists.
There's been a bit of good, but a lot more bad and ugly for the Steelers so far, and Kevin Colbert and Mike Tomlin are far from blameless.
Natural gas extraction and transportation processes release methane, a more potent greenhouse gas than carbon dioxide.
I covered her first escape from the circus, but there was another one ...