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NFL commissioner Roger Goodell understands what matters most to NFL owners and players: making money and making more whenever possible.
Almost everyone agrees, it’s best for NFL quarterbacks to avoid the Seahawks' All-Pro cornerback at all costs.
“The Nightly Show with Larry Wilmore,” new on Comedy Central, is already the best late-night talk show on television.
The Seahawks are drawing comparisons to the great Steelers defense of the 1970s, but it might be a little premature.
Pittsburgh can show Cleveland the folly of hotel subsidies.
He addressed the problems that plague us still.
New England RB LeGarrette Blount finds new football life as well as happiness and success since quitting on the Steelers.
Carry a stick and don’t sing when hiking through Australia.
It’s easy to dislike coach Bill Belichick and his Patriots, but Seattle coach Pete Carroll and his Seahawks are more detestable.
Perry’s Honeydripper gives Homewood an uncommon amenity: a hot-food take-out with groceries and produce.
According to a report released by Oxfam International, 48 percent of the world’s total wealth is owned by the richest 1 percent of people.
The Panthers lost by double digits to a superior Louisville team on national television, as expected.
Polls find more support for abortion restrictions.
If only we could all be forced to take a national civics/citizenship test...
The former governor’s team is ready to roll, but can he become the voice of GOP populism?
The historic Van de Graaff generator isn’t up in the air anymore, but its future is.
When People magazine asked Michelle Obama about her “personal experience” with racism, she cited a 2011 visit to a Target store in Virginia.
Pitt's Aron Phillips-Nwankwo takes the same motivation he has on the court and uses it to forge a rare career path for a college athlete.
The redshirt senior is heavily involved with issues on the Power 5 conference and NCAA levels, while on course to graduate in April.
Despite being one of the older general managers in the NHL, Jim Rutherford has brought a more analytical approach to the Penguins.
Amazingly enough, upscale hotels now have a place in Pittsburgh.
Western nations face citizens who might turn battlefield skills against them.
Someone’s got to stand up for what’s right after this very newspaper published a story about a major scourge supposedly confronting America.
President Obama and Attorney General Eric Holder acted to end the controversial practice last week.
City of Asylum Pittsburgh set to own old North Side Masonic Hall in agreement with Urban Redevelopment Authority.
Jerome Bettis has one big function before likely Hall call: A charity event that will honor his mother, who is battling breast cancer.
The Penguins are not very good right now. They are 4-6-2 in its past 12 games after a lousy performance Sunday against the New York Rangers.
We like non-stop flights to Paris, but what do the French think?
Decades-long loyalties to both families are being tested in a divided Republican establishment.
He’s not willing to call it “Islamic terrorism.”
Veteran general manager Jim Rutherford, along with the coach he hired, represents the backbone of the new-look Penguins.
Right now, the city is suing the state. Why? To overturn a new law that gives the National Rifle Association standing to sue the city.
The plan is brilliant as long as this Korean infielder can adapt to American game and culture.
All of the possible award nominations for black talent this year were crammed into “Selma,” but the actors and director were snubbed.
The coaching carousel spins at terrifying speed these days, but logic is not the driving force.
Ms. Becky is back with a newer truck and plenty of help to offer.
The NRA is not about protecting the Second Amendment, it’s about selling guns.
It was far from a breath-taking effort, but the Penguins got the job done rather easily Tuesday night at Consol Energy Center.
Australia’s a place where things never change, except for the many things that do.
Then they should encourage the child to vote when old enough. It is a way to do something constructive beyond shaking in fear.
The American Planning Association selects Strip District as one of 2014’s Great Neighborhoods in Pa., but to locals it’s great every year.
“Whatever frailties you have before you become an officer, those don’t go away just because you put on a badge,” says a retired city cop.
Plenty of factors went into Dick LeBeau’s decision to continue coaching after being ousted as Steelers defensive coordinator.
What film should the Family, as a whole, go see altogether? Once more, it’s a debate for the ages.
Questions loom as the GOP takes control on Capitol Hill and candidates line up for 2016.
Charlie Hebdo could have used more support
There’s still a lot of season left, but after the Panthers’ latest loss Saturday to Clemson, the NCAA tournament appears to be out of reach.
Sam Hazo believes a better way to show the true consequences of war is through the same vehicle used by Shakespeare and the ancient Greeks.
America might react differently to a lethal assault on the media here.
Penguins coach Mike Johnston has pieced together a quality team halfway through the season even after all the illnesses and injuries.