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Norm Van Brocklin's NFL record for passing yardage in one game has stood the test of time -- so far.
The success of Market Square’s makeover is outside the bounds of some projections.
Yes, our government is dysfunctional, but you should have your say.
In a Gawker.com poll, the Pittsburgh accent was deemed “America’s Ugliest.” That is simply silly.
Politicians do a good job of making the Ebola scare even worse.
Urban Matters gets minority teens into the nitty gritty of public policy and city processes.
The bravest people in America, right now and for the next few months, are and will be the witnesses to the death of Michael Brown.
Suddenly, the Steelers offense appears capable of a full-on aerial assault -- just in time for a crucial division matchup next week.
Imagine what the Pennsylvania Supreme Court justices say behind closed cyber-doors ...
Fifty years ago, Lyndon Johnson and Ronald Reagan set the terms of debate we're still having today.
Oligarchs benefit as the middle class lags.
Regardless of how little he toots his own horn, Ben Roethlisberger was simply historic Sunday in the Steelers' win against the Colts.
All the excitement about the Panthers’ return to script was much ado about nothing once they started fumbling the game away.
Let’s not fight for generals, politicians, oil companies and arms makers.
Mason-Dixon line is a lot more noticeable when in a group.
We have nothing to fear but not being afraid itself.
If our mass media have any shred of integrity left, there will be unprecedented bouts of soul-searching once this fever has broken.
Bell gave the Steelers a lift when they needed it most Monday night — several of them, actually.
Take your pick on the most baffling part of the game: dramatic scoring bursts, Steelers big plays, on-field sickness or Texans play-calling.
Ron Cook says a Steelers win tonight against the Houston Texans should silence the “always right” critics.
There’s just so much good news about death in America.
Dick Jauron is remembered for getting an “A” from the toughest son-of-a-buck who ever taught 11th-grade American history in this town.
Only four hospitals in the country are fully equipped to deal with Ebola victims.
As far as Steelers coach Mike Tomlin is concerned, he and his team must embrace pressure, expectations and the scrutiny that comes with it.
Pitt’s win wasn’t pretty, but the defense stepped up to keep alive the Panthers’ domination against Virginia Tech.
As the gun violence continues, where is the hope?
There’s a world of public and charter school choices for Pittsburgh families. The concern remains those who opt for none of the above.
You’d hardly know that 24 percent of Spaniards are unemployed.
We interrupt this newspaper, with its stories of war and dread disease, to bring you a cheerful report about the wedding of the year.
Columbus Day has been kicked to the curb in Seattle. It isn’t a banishment of Columbus as much as a course correction.
The rebroadcast of the Pirates’ 1960 World Series win proves you can turn back the clock and feel the joy anew.
Ever slipped on a banana peel? Gotten depressed by a cat? The Ig Nobel award committee has your interests at heart.
Insurgency and indifference prevail, but who controls the Senate might not matter.
Most of up to 12,000 foreign fighters got to the Islamic State via Turkey, where wounded jihadis have received free medical care.
That the Steelers — the same ones the Browns embarrassed to the tune of 31-10 Sunday — are actually a .500 team is something of an anomaly.
After two total duds and a few other distressing results, it’s clear that the Steelers offense needs more points and a lot less Todd Haley.
It's easy to judge Todd Haley for his calls, but let's not forget that the effectiveness of a play is ultimately determined on the field.
He scored a goal on his first shot and added three assists to complete an amazing comeback for the Penguins in Thursday’s opener.
Don’t automatically buy what local officials sell about convention centers.
Why does the United States insist on intervening all over the place?
The climate-change deniers do believe in science — it’s a libel to suggest otherwise — but the science they believe in is political science.
Writer Bob Herbert sets high standard for identifying what’s wrong in America.
Group forms to advocate for Panther Hollow Lake to get some love.
Their sputtering performance Sunday at Jacksonville is surely about as bad as the Steelers can play on offense ... right?
The gubernatorial candidates need to be asked the hard questions -- or at least these ones -- at Wednesday’s debate.
Big opportunities still beckon in California, though it’s more for the already successful these days
The president doesn’t get the IS threat
Just when the offense needed it most, the Steelers defense showed big signs of life in the victory Sunday at Jacksonville.
The Steelers cannot afford to blow another shot at an easy win, so it's high time the offense breaks out for right around 40 points.
Mr. Williams Upper St Clair has an impressive list of lifetime special events, and he’s ranked them all.