After a couple of poor starts, Marc-Andre Fleury returned to form with a solid performance Monday against Anaheim.
On Monday, Bruce T. Kelley Jr. was finally laid to rest. No honor guard accompanied his family to the church service in Washington, Pa.
Religious polarization is driving voters away from the Republican Party.
If a Pennsylvania state representative has a groundhog’s back, does that mean we’ll have seven more months of budget impasse?
Some stats, facts and — eventually — a Super Bowl 50 prediction as the Panthers and Broncos gear up for the big game.
The Panthers weren’t ready to play Saturday against No. 9 Virginia, so they’ll continue to face questions about what they’ve become.
NFL commissioner Roger Goodell has a lot of issues on his plate he must deal with, and none of them have simple solutions.
Something is often forgotten in the emotional coverage of a fallen K-9 officer: Humans put the dog into the position of being killed.
The conversation around, about, even from Panthers quarterback Cam Newton has gotten strange, but his game is extraordinary in the best way.
Former Steelers receiver Emmanuel Sanders, now getting another Super Bowl shot with the Broncos, is as confident as ever entering Sunday.
Some scattered thoughts on old stories and new
U.S. foreign policy needs an overhaul, but our presidential candidates don’t seem to get it.
It was a lot of fun to watch — except for the goaltenders who had to watch pucks fly past them — and a good victory for the Penguins.
Talib hopes to add one more chapter to his success story Sunday night in Super Bowl 50.
John Morris, an artist who moved to Pittsburgh from Brooklyn a decade ago, sees the city in unconventional ways, which is always a tonic.
The other ‘mainstream’ candidates will go after him, but catching him now will not be easy.
Bill Cowher is very comfortable as TV analyst, but likely could be just as comfortable with return to being a head coach in the NFL.
Feel the purge: Very few of the people in this race will have the gall to run for the presidency again.
The Panthers have the third-best record in the ACC but are still lacking a quality win on their resume.
To expose Planned Parenthood, the Center for Medical Progress used the same techniques that investigative journalists do. Want to lose that?
A more-expensive-than-expected prototype raises the question: Can the tiny house concept pay off?
Hot words stir the cold winds here as fed-up caucus-goers prepare to speak their minds.
Check out the stats at the Carnegie Library: e-books are popular, but the good old book on dead wood is alive and well.
Pirates pitching coach Ray Searage will have to work more miracles this season with a staff that is underwhelming on paper.
Craig Adams was always reliable when with the Penguins, and now he looks forward to life after his playing days.
The Penguins goaltender still has some building to do to solidify a spot, but he is only 31 and has time on his side.
The fallout from the Al Jazeera report on doping had mostly subsided, but now it will be fascinating to see how the NFL approaches it.
“There’s no lead in our water,” said James Good, executive director of PWSA.
Vietnam, Cambodia and Laos merit considerable American attention.
Mike Sullivan’s team has won four of its past five and are 9-3-4 in their past 16, and 6-0-2 in their past eight at home.
A poll announced earlier this month confirmed what we already knew — that Americans are in a growing state of rage.
National League will have a DH sooner than later and we can learn to live with it.
What Cincinnati will do this season for its longtime hero, who’s devoid of all integrity, is yet another slap in the face to the game.
With astonishing twists, Campaign 2016 presents surprising new themes and challenges.
Penguins center scored three goals in a game for the first time since he did it in the playoffs vs. Columbus in 2014.
Antwaan Randle El has made headlines recently, as has Lawrence Phillips, but the more things change, the more they stay the same.
Stained glass windows from an old Lithuanian parish are going to grace a new church in Nigeria, with a little bit of help.
The just-completed season proves why Steelers coach Mike Tomlin and his staff deserve plenty of praise.
The two goals Phil Kessel netted in Thursday night’s win against the Flyers could be a good sign for the Penguins the rest of the season.
Some are boycotting the Academy Awards because of the lack of diversity in the lineup of nominees.
The addition of Carl Hagelin seems somewhat promising, but don’t count on the Penguins exorcising their Philadelphia demons tonight.
With Pennsylvania’s polarized politics, primaries are becoming the real elections. The bloody internal fights bring out the worst.
And they don’t need our help to deal with an assertive China.
(Don’t tell his supporters but this column is reverse psychology.) HEY FOLKS, THIS LIBERAL MEDIA GUY THINKS DONALD IS THE BEST THING EVER.
The Steelers’ 2015 season had ended about an hour earlier when DeAngelo Williams issued a message to the Steelers’ 2016 opponents.
Hubris by Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder’s administration, along with indifference about the lives of poor people, results in lead poisoning.
There were a number of factors before and after Fitzgerald Toussaint’s fumble that resulted in the Steelers defeat.
The Steelers offense didn't have quite enough firepower to beat the Broncos without Antonio Brown, knocked out by the Bengals last week.
Rage is all the rage in politics this season. It’s a toxic element, but if its energy could be redirected, imagine the power.
Our Way in Uptown should be His Way since there’s just one guy living there.