When I read that a punctuation mark might cost a Maine dairy company millions of dollars in overtime pay, I immediately thought of a
“Caring For Creation” is heavier on scientific data than on Scripture but it taps both without apology.
The killing of a Russian foe of Putin in Kiev is not a faraway event. The priorities of Energy Secretary Rick Perry are silly, but do not
The group has far surpassed 100 women, but of 300 women who have come to one or more meetings, the best turnout was 80.
The GOP has been particularly susceptible to partisan divisions.
On Monday, Mr. Miller of Atlantic City was on an errand for his mother when he saw two teenagers brawling in the street.
Before the election of President Donald Grump, some pledged to leave the county if, by some crazy chance, he were to win the White House.
In his visit to Pittsburgh, NPR’s politics editor provides shrewd analysis of the day’s events.
The security and budget issues do intersect profoundly with the populist wave that Mr. Trump rode to the White House; he is wrong on both.
As proposed budget cuts threaten to reverse America's standards of humanity and well-being, America becomes less defensible.
Only two “primary” dispensary licenses are to be issued in Allegheny County and its more than 1.2 million people. What were they smoking?
We are in a historic period not only of transformation but also of national introspection.
Before two locals bought their fixer-upper on the North Side, the state passed a bill designed to find saviors for such homes.
You might not know about Marshall “Major” Taylor, the great bicyclist at the turn of the century. His legacy rolls on in Pittsburgh.
If he cares about “forgotten Americans,” Trump must tackle domestic matters, starting with getting health care right.
Thousands of young Canadian Muslims knocked on doors as part of an awareness campaign called “Islam Understood.” Would it work here? No way.
“Despite my sentimental attachments to the sport, the bond hasn’t held. I rarely see a game any more.”
Empty for 20 years, Swissvale's home for descendant females of Union Army soldiers one of area's last Civil War-related sites left.
With trust in government at a low point, a new crop of veterans turned politicians could help.
Joe McLaughlin says when he was growing up in the 1950s, “If your parents loved you, they said, ‘Stay away from the river.’ ”
Ninety years ago, a roadside bomb on Brightwood Road took out an armored car, and the bad guys got equivalent of $1.4 million. No happy end.
It appears I have reached the stage in my life where friends and relatives are making their final bows.
Jeff Sessions’ slippery relationship with the truth raises many questions.
As someone mentored political smears by Roy Cohn, Sen. Joseph McCarthy’s elfin consigliere, Mr. Trump should know of what he speaks.
Mount Washington is perfectly situated for an iconic Pittsburgh sign like the Hollywood sign in Los Angeles.
Diana Nelson Jones' Walkabout: Homewood photographer pays forward his skills in free 10-week session for teenagers
Ahmad Sandidge is giving youths a chance to become adept or exceptional or to know whether they have a gift for photography.
When state legislators had the idea of trading agricultural products to Cuba in exchange, I was puzzled by our end of that bargain.
A century ago, the world shook. Communism might have failed, but the reverberations continue.
Mr. Sessions has resorted to a tortured and legalistic explanation for his failure to disclose the truth when he was questioned.
The White House’s efforts to quiet the media are pure clownery.
A crazy Oscars error was fixed on the spot. If only our political travesties could be subject to instant re-dos.