President-elect tweets some “fake news” about Rep. John Lewis of Georgia.
Nothing terribly creative is needed — just a willingness to report honestly on the messy realities of life and faith.
The Sprout Fund’s “100 Days of US” is an incentive to support local projects that help people “demonstrate the values and vision of America
Methane has a global warming potential more than 25 times greater than carbon dioxide. But drillers should capture it — for the cash.
Will Donald Trump conform to the pictures of presidents we have in our heads?
Observatory Hill residents have been puzzled by a house was razed eight years ago but a mystery owner kept paying the mortgage and taxes.
Winners of an election do not yet understand what a cruel fate awaits them. Now they are too busy calling the losers crybabies.
The president-elect would be wise to disclose his finances and stop tweeting, among other things.
The insecurity Trump feels at being treated as both a pariah and a punchline by pop culture royalty obviously grates at him.
The Three Rivers Postcard Club, which formed in 1985, has about 10 regulars who meet at 7 p.m. every third Thursday.
Landlord-tenant disputes aren’t generally as open to rooting interest as the one between the Pirates and the Sports & Exhibition Authority.
But history has a way of casting and recasting presidents in unexpected ways.
The four black Chicagoans who tortured a white special-needs teen — that’s a hate crime. Elsewhere in Chicago, crimes of self-hatred abound.
Why are Detroit and Pittsburgh different? “Henry Ford did not give Detroit a great university. Carnegie and Mellon gave Pittsburgh two.”
They have gone about their business despite the awful Christmas market attack.
I’m not surprised by accusations of fraud at “Escaping the KKK: A Documentary Series Exposing Hate in America.” Augmented reality sells.
Renowned artist Edward Eberle has a ceramics studio in Homestead, an easy commute to his Squirrel Hill home.
With gratitude for colleagues and for all readers (even those of you who only read my column to work up a lather of indignation).
Let’s take the words of Carl Paladino, a former co-chair of President-elect Donald Trump’s campaign, as a handy example.
Our resistance must proceed with a respect for decency and facts. It must not march to the same tune as the trolls who brought us so low.
Columnist Tony Norman says that death was a particularly cruel taskmaster in 2016.
It was fun to watch people register the seasonal sound, slow down and make a mental note to be prepared on the way out of the supermarket.
Leftists suddenly care about cyberattacks.
Peter Kakareka took the photo a month ago, and everyone who’s viewed it sees the angel in the Christmas tree.
Nothing unites those on the left and right as much as loathing for phone scammers.
There are about 132,500 households in Pittsburgh, and if half of them get a tree, that’s 1,656 tons of tree that will be left at the curb.
There are at least two unrelated definitions for “solution” but neither is particularly comforting in the context of Pittsburgh’s water.
For 100 bucks, I got my full genetic history from a test tube of saliva. Jolly good show -— I’m 12 percent British, by the way.
The popular vote illuminates the nation’s political profile.
Murphy’s crusade to change the nation’s mental health care system began in the days following Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting.
We could be taller as a city, and we should be. Views are not a human right. Decent housing is.
If you heard a rumbling in the hills, that may have been the sound of Western Pennsylvania’s Civil War veterans turning in their graves.
Every president displays them; our next president revels in them.
The president-elect understands that we’re at war.