The Steelers offense did its job Sunday at Seattle, but were let down by the team’s defense and some poor coaching decisions.
The more you see and hear of backup quarterback Landry Jones, the more you can tell this Steelers season has been a struggle.
The brainchild of Mike Diven from Brookline, Cubans will meet local boxers for friendly competition on the Clemente Bridge in July.
Outside criticism or questioning doesn’t do much to Mike Tomlin, who’s happy to be the Steelers coach, have great players and great owners.
Republican Gov. Meldrim Thomson Jr. of New Hampshire served up his devoutly conservative view of the world -- along with his own pancakes.
Despite solid first season under Pat Narduzzi, Pitt still not generating buzz or big crowds.
Hello Barbie says goodbye privacy.
Barb Kline, at 71, is still on the job at Nied’s in Lawrenceville. What’s her secret to good health? “I drink a lot of water and I pray.”
Or our politics and foreign policies will make you cry.
Ben Roethlisberger, Mike Vick and Landry Jones have all started for the Steelers this season, and all three have come in in relief, too.
Common sense suggests we defeat Islamic terrorism with the help of decent Muslims who want to be our friends.
Mr. Trump’s relationship to facts has always been tenuous. He recently “recalled” seeing Muslims in New Jersey support the 9/11 attacks.
The “East of Liberty” filmmaker expands documentary to address youth culture and violence with youth at Shuman Detention Center.
Our fear is not hysterical. It is completely rational. Rhetoric that asserts the contrary is not only illogical, it is bullying.
She remains in a commanding position, but still must overcome some obstacles.
A developer’s serious plan for the festering Garden Theater block has broad support. A few neighbors object to the size. Cue the molasses.
San Jose defenseman Paul Martin loved his time in Pittsburgh and with the Penguins and his teammates.
At Princeton University, the archaic term “master” has been retired and will no longer be sanctioned by the school to refer to leaders.
There are more than 30 new rules in the game this season, partly because scoring recently reached near-historic lows.
You run the comfortable old lies through your head. Age is just a number. Getting older beats the alternative. None of those bromides work.
When will our leaders realize that we can’t bomb our way to peace and security?
The British slogan that never got to promote wartime sang-froid is subject to endless jokey variations today. We were once amused.
We had more significant hints last week that the Medicaid expansion under Obamacare will eventually be universal.
A museum of hours, not of years, represents the fleeting transit of personal history that leaves the stage when we do.
I am embarrassed about identifying as Christian when so many of my co-religionists act like heartless fools at every opportunity.
Cleveland shot itself in the foot plenty, but the Steelers defense made sure to take full advantage of it and make some plays of its own.
The national race provokes the vetting. It is absurd to decry its necessity. But who does the “vetting”?
The Steelers had no trouble with yet another hapless bunch of Browns from Cleveland’s inept football organization.
Cleveland’s football team is predictably lousy, but all that really means is that it will probably win today at Heinz Field.
Neal Huntington’s bid for general manager of the year in 2016 begins now as he tries to shape the Pirates roster for next season.
Hill District Shop ’n Save is a good option for those in the city.
The writer Jonathan Swift died 270 years ago this fall and thus is not around to comment on the 2016 election. More’s the pity.
It’s parents, religious and nonreligious, who let them get away with doing bad things.
The winger returned to the starting lineup Wednesday night in the Penguins’ win against Montreal, scoring 13 seconds into the contest.
The local delegation landing in Havana today is pursuing many links. Why not showcase a Pittsburgh landmark with a sporting match?
I found a land full of people, problems and promise.
The Steelers have had their moments on defense, but will need to have many more now to help make up for a Big Ben-less offense.
Much of modern living makes life worse. Exhibit A: Fitbit, the intrusive device that disables the body’s natural state (such as, repose).
Steelers tight end Jesse James of South Allegheny High and Penn State was active for first time and made an impact in win vs. Oakland.
Racial unrest roiling, the University of Missouri president resigns under multiple pressures. Let the healing begin, but with level heads.
It was a long process to get a real supermarket in this food desert. Residents are grateful, but neighbors should check it out, too.
After a long hiatus of charitable giving, I made one donation to a vets group. More appeals followed. Many more. What to do?
The Edmund Fitzgerald sank 40 years ago but sails on in maritime lore.
Don’t worry unless you think you have no worries, a new study suggests.
Antonio Brown got some time to himself — well, a few Raiders defenders were sometimes around — and made offense look easy for the Steelers.
Despite what some may tell you, it hasn’t been all bad for the Steelers this season — not that it has been all good, either though.
The Republican candidate does well among conservative white voters. These days, though, black people can’t stand him.
It’s not a blasphemous idea and it ought to be considered.
Chris Davis and his 47 home runs might not be coming to PNC Park, but that doesn’t make the game any harder to miss.
Since 1980, Pittsburgh’s housing-price index has risen 218 percent, as close a match to the nation’s 237 percent increase as you can get.