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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?
In a nation with fewer and fewer shared experiences, one remains resilient, rich and redolent of memory.
Only 36 percent of Americans expressed approval of Democrats in a Gallup poll Nov. 12.
Incredibly, despite chronic delays, ridership on the extraordinarily limited Capitol Limited hit a record high.
Panthers basketball coach Jamie Dixon has his players and program where they want to be in more ways than one.
Ms. Le Guin says all the right things about what what’s wrong with publishing landscape.
Can a word get into a dictionary before it gets into the Post-Gazette?
The Daily Show host's new film does not portray the Iran of today.
It's only rock 'n' roll but we like it, man. Arrgh!
The Steelers needed every one of Le’Veon Bell’s 204 yards Monday night in a win in frigid Nashville, Tenn.
Le’Veon Bell took over the game in the second half against the Titans after QB Ben Roethlisberger and his receivers could not.
The Steelers face another NFL cellar-dweller tonight at Tennessee, and if they lose this one, their season is essentially over.
New sleep store has potential, but what we really need is a nap store.
In Oakland, leaders of this left-of-center, one-party town are dabbling with the capitalistic concept of “supply and demand.”
Yet Democrats keep trying to dismiss it
Three establishment figures are lining up to make a run at the Republican nomination.
The Pirates have acquired right-handed pitcher A.J. Burnett and are responsible for paying him $8.5 million this summer.
A Ku Klux Klan chapter is willing to accept minority members, and a few may be crazy enough to join.
Steel Curtain alumnus John Banaszak knows football’s frustrations, and the experience isn’t limited to his time as Robert Morris’ coach.
President Obama should keep us out of other people’s wars.
Coach Todd Graham is enjoying success at Arizona State, justifying his choice to bail out on Pitt.
The best chin-strokers have declared the results a Republican tsunami. it seems to me more like a Rubber Ducky dropped into a bathtub.
Conflict Kitchen debate mirrors some of the international hostilities the restaurant calls attention to.
Couple with a massive historic North Side photo collection plan to open Allegheny City Historic Gallery in Deutschtown.
This time, the Steelers offense was offensive in a bad way, and the outcome was a stupefying loss to the defensively challenged Jets.
Let me congratulate you on your successful election last week as Pennsylvania’s next governor.
Knowing the complicated truths of our racial history would help to eliminate race-baiting. If people see it doesn’t work, they’ll stop.
The wall was the East’s answer to a flood of people escaping across its borders, 2.5 million in total between 1949 and 1961.
Fewer liberal Democrats are unhappy with their party. But just about everyone else is.
We’re going to turn America around! That’s said pretty much every election. It’s very entertaining.
The loss to the Jets was an abomination, and no one was more disappointing than Steelers stars Ben Roethlisberger and Antonio Brown.
Offensive line coach Mike Munchak has made a significant difference in his first year with the Steelers.
New Brunswick has more to offer than a terrific tide.
Steelers coach Mike Tomlin prefers special teams that tackle more and dance less.
I miss voting booths. I really wanted a curtain around me Tuesday morning so I could cry privately.
Our elected officials owe us smart policies and a functioning government.
The hard work, challenges of free agency begin for Pirates general manager.
What if a grown man wore mismatched loafers (tasseled and non-) to the office one day? He’d get a column about life’s meaning out of it.
Despite record-setting performances the past two weeks, the Steelers quarterback still wanted to talk about anything other than himself.
Northern Irish kids have been coming to the Hill District for three years. Now it’s time for Pittsburghers to journey there.
Dipping into the Mythological Morning File Mid-Term Election Mailbag and addressing some of the more reasonable queries.
Beware Ebola solons who act without doubt. Isn’t the more admirable person one who makes respect for fellow citizens the top priority?
Harasses Ravens once again with two sacks and four quarterback hurries.
The Steelers had flipped the field, script and scoreboard on their way to a 22-10 halftime lead that held up and resulted in a 43-23
Tuesday’s elections are important — to the Congress, to the president, to the 2016 aspirants for the White House, to the country.