It was beautiful outside of PPG Paints Arena Sunday afternoon, not so much inside.
Kenn Howard and Lisa Squiers of Point Breeze can be found atop many a mountain in these United States. Getting there is all the fun.
Trump has overhauled the parties’ identities and prompted a flood of figures of speech.
As the documentary “I Am Not Your Negro” shows, Baldwin always had the presence of mind to say what needed to be said.
Back in the 1990s, Joe Viehbeck helped Pittsburgh Democrats get into office. Now he helps Americans vacation in Cuba.
Yes, the Castle Shannon Incline used to transport cars. The things you learn watching a 56-year-old Pittsburgh-set episode of “Route 66.”
A troubled White House only encourages global tension.
In Texas, a family mourns their late father with a brutal obit about how mean and abusive he was. The lesson is clear: don’t be a jerk.
Three months after the election and three weeks past the inauguration, an old Internet meme is apt: “You’re doing it wrong.” Both sides.
Hazelwood pastor who founded and heads the youth-enrichment program Center of Life, hopes to nourish participant.
Closing Western Pen makes such good sense, and using less of our lovely county lock-up is wise and humane.
Now we are in a cycle of revenge that imperils any nominee’s efforts to win confirmation.
Out of the county’s 130 municipalities, you can stand in four at once. (If you really, really want to.)
Here is my alternative fact life story; feel free to use it as a template for your own.
When government inaction is hazardous to our health
This year, Tom Brady Derangement Syndrome is particularly acute because of the proximity of presidential politics.
Our political battles and “culture wars” are often about conflicting demands for liberty of conscience.
Diana Nelson Jones' Walkabout: In North Side, plans for empty lot spark push for new historic district
The row, built by Thomas Lemmon in 1868, lies one block north of the city-designated historic Mexican War Streets.
Pittsburgh “has rolled by like an army of steamrollers. It’s been erased like a blackboard, rebuilt, and erased again.”
Rutherford B. Hayes didn’t have an easy time uniting the country, either.
If the Falcons beat the New England Patriots Sunday in Super Bowl LI, there’s a good chance Jones will be named MVP.
The great abolitionist, born in 1818, is back in the news again, thanks to President Donald Trump and his ace spokesman Sean Spicer.
Pittsburghers are flying to Havana on Feb. 20 for a rematch of the boxing matches that Cuban and Pennsylvanian amateurs had last July.
On the show “Trackdown,” a flim-flam man named “Walter Trump” promises to build a wall to save the world. Who’d believe that?
It’s going to be a bumpy ride, but the animus toward immigrants will subside at some point.
Trump is simply keeping one of his darkest promises to a constituency that nurses an exaggerated sense of its vulnerability.
Both real life and the Bible are nuanced, and so is the thinking of the majority of Americans.
More to Rooney family history on the North Shore than football — there was Dan Rooney’s Cafe & Bar.
He may be the first independent, standing apart from the orthodoxy of both major parties.
The musician and writer, who died Saturday at 46, made a virtue of modesty, and thinking long, hard and seriously about everything.
Take my mother and father, for example: Political polar opposites who never let a presidency spoil what kept them in love.
These women’s marches were a much-needed, positive antidote to the presidential negativity posing as patriotism
With Trump tweeting away, it would be nice if we could have faith in his Cabinet.
Keeping up on the Trump administration requires carrying a newspaper in one hand and George Orwell’s “1984” in the other.
Let’s hope that President Trump’s actions will rise above his rhetoric, and above the deeds of those who protested against him.
Twenty-four people from 13 different countries swore a vow to become American citizens recently.
Oh how the mightily subsidized have fallen.
The nation’s newest leader brings different kind of change -— and swagger — into the White House.
Friendly rivalries don’t get much better than the one between Pittsburgh and Boston.
Bernie would’ve been my preference, but I would’ve (and did) vote for Hillary Clinton without reservation.