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The two newly announced presidential candidates face very different challenges.
Academe treats students like fragile flowers.
With that kind of scoring, the Penguins could make it an interesting firsr-round series against the New York Rangers.
Yinzers are about to get their day on TV, alas. A production group is combing our hills and valleys for a family to misrepresent the region.
With so little offense, perhaps the Penguins need to use Crosby and Malkin together more often if not always.
Counterfeiting cases pose a more serious risk here than once might have been presumed.
Sidney Crosby and Evgeni Malkin must be at the top of their games against top-seeded Rangers in tonight’s playoff game in New York.
It’s nice to have a tie at home to an authentic Civil War hero.
Meanwhile, Obama is making headway in Latin America.
Despite the loss Tuesday night to Detroit, it was something of a special night for new Pirates catcher Francisco Cervelli.
Warning: This column’s topic has been known to cause drowsiness in some readers, who are advised not to use heavy machinery after exposure.
He has become a specialist at coming into a game in the sixth or seventh inning and getting his team out of a big jam.
A shooting by a rich law enforcement volunteer is latest injustice done to an unarmed black man.
The Allentown property owner gives away to the neighborhood all the food that’s fit to take from the former diner.
From video records of rogue police, to security cams to catch bad folks, eyes on public spaces can help keep us safer and sounder.
Good luck with the season, Gerrit Cole, and with making it through security in time.
From a modest town in modest Canada arose the remaking of medicine in North America.
Gay rights is not the same as civil rights
Perhaps it’s too early to grouse about the banged-up Pirates, but a 1-4 start to the season certainly isn’t encouraging.
Fleury was strong again and showed why he’s the Penguins’ MVP and the winner of their Players’ Player Award by stopping 28 shots.
It’s a great time to do taxes ... or to postpone doing them.
Pedro Alvarez crushed a home run and drove in another run Friday in Milwaukee for the Pirates’ first win of the season.
The best part about the 21-year-old, who is carving up the competition at the Masters, has nothing to do with his game.
There is no good excuse should the Penguins lose tonight and be eliminated. The Sabres are the NHL’s worst team, but the pressure is on.
Video makes evidence of at least one police killing indisputable.
Penguins GM Jim Rutherford says injuries/illnesses won’t affect the coach’s job security if the Penguins miss the playoffs.
The Pirates’ mistake with Neil Walker was waiting to take a serious run at a long-term deal with him. Chances are the opportunity passed.
Gertrude Weaver of Camden, Ark., had quite an up-and-down start to April.
He is negotiating the best agreement the United States is likely to get.
Young, talented outfield continues to climb on list of Pirates all-time best, and that is saying a lot.
Iranian deal is too sensible to pass up, as even idiots should understand.
Pirates reliever Tony Watson won’t include Great American Ball Park on his list of favorite places.
At Rolling Stone, journalism informed by the values and attitudes of the counterculture came into its own.
Pitt urban studies students have taken on South Side nightlife excesses in research that they will present to city council today.
“World Series or bust” likely isn’t a realistic mantra for the Pirates or their fans this year, but a return to the playoffs seems probable.
Notes from the first international trip in 30 years: Such as, passengers look and act like the Greyhound crowd from back in the day ...
I disagree with florists and bakers who won’t supply gay weddings. But in a free society, their religious decisions are not ours to make.
Written by Arthur G. Burgoyne, who covered the Homestead strike the same year, the book skewered the famous no less than memes do today.
Furor over religious freedom law shows liberal hypocrisy
Bob Nutting and the Pirates have 43.6 million reasons to love Major League Baseball just the way it is.
The coming election may hinge on the legacies of two Bushes and one Clinton.
Chicago is doing the right thing with Kris Bryant under the collective bargaining agreement, and the Pirates must be smiling in light of it.
In the case of near-fiascos in Indiana and Arkansas, democracy worked.
This was just another Flyers win in the gorgeous building the Bullies so adeptly haunt along Fifth Avenue — the House That Giroux Built.
Nonprofits and the little guys aren’t one and the same when it comes to Harrisburg tax measure.
The Ukrainian president heads for the Caymans as lions roam Mt. Lebanon
This stirring of old resentments, the rekindling of the culture war that seemed lost, amazes those of us with calendars.
Even with veterans Paul Martin and Rob Scuderi, a Penguins defense corps minus star Kris Letang likely isn’t capable of winning it all.
Responding to any apology — public or private — with cynicism is one of the worst things a person can do to another human being.
A prison-community garden project on the North Side falls to bureaucratic interpretation of governor’s no-gift order.