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Sony deserves a lot of the blame for its “The Interview” fiasco.
North Korean anger over “The Interview” is not very funny.
And it encourages enemies to torture our people
There is no "i" in team or unusual
The comedy icon made a request of black media, who must cover his scandal thoroughly.
West Oakland’s The Corner plans to enhance amenities for little, cut-off neighborhood.
Steelers defensive end Cameron Heyward is turning into a star, but friend and mentor Brett Keisel saw that coming long before it happened.
Listening in as two retired city police detectives, both African-American, talked straight to a room of black teenage boys.
Antonio Brown's statistics are staggering, but it's his work ethic and consistency that make him the tough call for Steelers MVP this year.
The time has come to send something other then men to the moon, like locks of hair.
This holiday season is full of contention, including within the incoming Republican majority.
The higher street fees are expected to be part of the Monday budget. Let the games begin.
Rolling Stone and UVA acted irresponsibly.
Let the Atlanta Falcons’ situation with quarterback Matt Ryan serve as more evidence Ben Roethlisberger is worh every penny to the Steelers.
Once again Sunday, the Steelers defense wasn’t great, but it did enough to help secure a victory against the Falcons.
Don’t knock Pitt coach Paul Chryst if he takes the same job at Wisconsin, but his departure would trigger many significant issues.
The CIA’s torture techniques bear some un-American comparisons.
A retreat offers three days of serenity and not a burger in sight.
Pittsburghers just may be the crankiest, latest sleepers around.
My experience in Lebanon makes me question the rescue attempt in Yemen.
Pirates will make a good move at good price with the re-signing of starting pitcher Francisco Liriano.
Looks like the elves get at least basic cable: Fox News’ “War on Christmas” campaign has got to them.
A second independent bookstore opens in Squirrel Hill, providing the personal touch that’s drawing a trend in niche shoppers.
The Rockefeller Foundation last week named Pittsburgh one of the world’s most “resilient” cities. If that’s a compliment, thank you kindly.
But there’s a big debate over ‘Big History’ vs. the history that humans have written down.
White cops are not victimizing black youth.
The Steelers defense was awful at times Sunday, but ultimately good enough for a win -- though the Bengals certainly helped in that regard.
Whether it's Antonio Brown at receiver or Le'Veon Bell at running back, the Steelers have the best offensive duo -- or trio -- in the NFL.
Defensive coordinator Dick LeBeau is far from the Steelers' biggest problem, but his coaching career could soon end if struggles continue.
Young entrepreneurs have a screwy idea for peanut butter and other jars, and it could work: “Jar With a Twist.”
It’s time to have something more objective than grand juries to review alleged police abuse.
And one of the continent’s problems is that the United States isn’t helping much.
A lot of horror went down in two seconds in Cleveland shooting.
Point Park University marks the spot where Gene Albert plied his trade as an auto mechanic for more than 40 years.
In Ferguson, we know that the two main characters in this tragedy are flawed humans — making them more or less like the rest of us.
New Orleans receiver Kenny Stills had five catcher for 162 yards, or 27 percent of his output for the season.
You'll never hear him admit otherwise after a loss, but Ben Roethlisberger needed to be better Sunday against the New Orleans Saints.
Democrats face a black-and-white choice for 2016; Republicans a multitude of hues
Family’s ordeal shows potential pitfall of overusing a SWAT team.
We must know what motivates our enemies
Pitt, Penn State and West Virginia have pretty much gone from bad to worse in 2014.
Ferguson’s Officer Wilson is chilling long after the shooting of Michael Brown.
Everything points to a Steelers win Sunday vs. the New Orleans Saints, but don't expect it to be easy.
Pittsburgh update to famous anti-littering ad comes at a time when we seem cleaner.
The wars go on, the 0.1-percenters still rule, but not all is lost.
Give thanks for America inventing Thanksgiving.
Fears of Ferguson’s unrest arising here always felt overblown.
Annual ’Friendsgiving’ brings North Siders together for turkey, strengthens neighborhood ties and contributes to a food pantry.
The issues and attitudes that the immigration and racial conflicts have in common certainly make for odd timing.
Will there be bridesmaids? How to arrange a guest list for the incarcerated? A menu based on prison food?