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Christian extremists have created their own problems for society.
Crafter in search of opportunities to sell jewelry creates marketplace that grows to become her full-time job.
Pittsburgh nemesis Johnny Cueto did it all Sunday against the Pirates, including sealing their fate as a wild-card team.
After a game rife with foolish penalties, missed assignments and lackluster performance, only one thing can be said: Shame on the Steelers.
Though the size of our international population remains paltry, The Morning File is a strong supporter of assisting their assimilation.
The president goes to war in Syria and Iraq, but will only go so far.
When Karen McGuire’s daughter was born, she never got to hold her. But this morning they’ll be running around together in the Great Race.
Climate change is as grave a threat as the Ebola virus or the terrorists of the Islamic State, Secretary of State John Kerry said in
For the Pirates and Reds, it was a day for everything that was overdue, writes Gene Collier.
Cincinnati without Billy Hamilton, Todd Frazier, and Devin Mesoraco? The Pirates should -- and did -- take advantage.
The Port Authority bus crash raises plenty of questions about the incident and drivers.
Pirates general manager Neal Huntington tends to dwell on his mistakes, but it's clear he has made more shrewd moves than blunders.
Big water bills lie ahead, but few are prepared.
Limping through brutal pain, Pirates manager Clint Hurdle has stayed strong, the one players have leaned on in another playoff season.
While concussions continue and scandals proliferate, the bands march on.
Yes, it does matter that the president inherited a rotten situation in Iraq, created by his predecessor, who shall be named: George W. Bush.
NYT TV critic Alessandra Stanley’s crude and baseless stereotyping of Ms. Rhimes as an “angry black woman” is just plain pernicious.
Preservationists try to make the case for saving three of East Liberty’s old buildings.
It's not stretching the truth to suggest PNC Park has become a tough place to play, making it even more important for the Pirates to return.
All of a sudden, the immediate future looks bright for the Steelers, who showed up on offense and defense for a full game Sunday night.
The new pay-by-license-plate kiosks are bringing in more bucks for the city. The question is whether this gain makes up for what we lost...
The fight against the Islamic State is one in which most Americans can keep their distance.
Half measures won’t defeat the Islamic State.
The Pirates were right not to retaliate after Andrew McCutchen was hit twice Saturday night by the Milwaukee Brewers.
The poet who teaches at Pitt, and studied there too, just won a $625,000 MacArthur Fellowship. “Creativity is work,” he says.
Of what little we know of the playoff race, one thing was certain: Russell Martin’s blast gave the Pirates an elusive fifth consecutive win.
Arming school employees seems like just one more American folly.
Some hunters want to go too far in the field with their firepower.
A win Wednesday night against Boston marked the 49th consecutive game in which the Pirates had a least one extra-base hit.
The president should focus on China, India, Russia, Germany — not Iraq, Syria, Ukraine, the world equivalent of double-A baseball.
Kicking the political football is all the rage.
When it comes to corporal punishment, the culture of violence starts at home.
Pirates GM Neal Huntington admits Russell Martin's pricetag likely will be in a financial area the Pirates do not wish to go.
The sturdy building, where theater owners saw previews of films, was vacant for years. Saved and restored, it’s filled with new businesses.
The Pirates have a chance to nab the NL Central crown with Josh Harrison winning the batting title, which would be tons of fun for everyone.
Reaction to an effort to put “In God We Trust” in the county council’s meeting room revealed a lack of historical and religious knowledge.
Some Republican strategists now think he may be their strongest candidate in 2016.
They’re lying about GOP foreign policy.
It’s getting a bit like an old Western, only instead of the farmers against the cattle ranchers, it’s the cyclists against the motorists.
There's been a bit of good, but a lot more bad and ugly for the Steelers so far, and Kevin Colbert and Mike Tomlin are far from blameless.
This week marks the 13th anniversary of the Sept. 11 attacks.
Even with all the Ravens are going through, it was the Steelers who looked like a wreck Thursday night in Baltimore.
Shouldn’t Ben Roethlisberger, the guy we accept as way more than merely good enough, be better than to lead such a sputtering offense?
It’s a great library now, this little slice of wonder in Manchester PreK-8 that had been all but barren.
We cannot forever attack people in other countries with impunity.
In honor of Fashion Week, let me describe how I prepare in the morning for another busy day at the word factory.
NFL and NBA grapple with some sensitive issues with varying degrees of success.
Troy Hill loses its greatest champion.
Significant actions to address the suicide crisis have been taking shape for a while, both locally and nationally.
LBJ chose not to run for re-election; Ford chose to pardon Nixon.