Thanks to the new initiative, the medical profession may be better positioned to address dietary problems contributing to chronic disease.
America’s commander for its military role in the North African state of Libya calls it a “powder keg.”
Sometimes, a little money goes a long way. That is the idea behind The Pittsburgh Foundation’s Small and Mighty grants program.
Why not draw the state’s congressional and legislative districts to benefit the people of Pennsylvania instead of political parties?
The testimony by FBI Director Comey and NSA Director Rogers before the House Intelligence Committee is extremely important to Americans.
We are in a historic period not only of transformation but also of national introspection.
Only two “primary” dispensary licenses are to be issued in Allegheny County and its more than 1.2 million people. What were they smoking?
Thousands of young Canadian Muslims knocked on doors as part of an awareness campaign called “Islam Understood.” Would it work here? No way.
Before the election of President Donald Grump, some pledged to leave the county if, by some crazy chance, he were to win the White House.
In his visit to Pittsburgh, NPR’s politics editor provides shrewd analysis of the day’s events.
With gratitude for colleagues and for all readers (even those of you who only read my column to work up a lather of indignation).
The security and budget issues do intersect profoundly with the populist wave that Mr. Trump rode to the White House; he is wrong on both.
As proposed budget cuts threaten to reverse America's standards of humanity and well-being, America becomes less defensible.