Following a bipartisan …
Following a bipartisan federal law change, many younger retirees’ pensions are no longer secure, meaning retirement is no guarantee.See more
A local man …
A local man has received no formal nod for leading a risky mission that helped to locate and take down one of the world’s most dangerous people.See more
A Mt. Pleasant …
A Mt. Pleasant man’s Penguins collection is spilling into a third room, but it’s his haul of 451 sticks he holds most dear.See more
Inspired by everything …
Inspired by everything since the fourth grade, this prolific-yet-private poet is “always looking for the good in people.”See more
Since Kevin Young’s …
Since Kevin Young’s days, 40 Pirates have made an appearance at first base, with Pedro Alvarez now taking over the position.See more
Arrests follow South Side fracasBy Matthew Santoni 6:45 p.m.
Pittsburgh Police say they made multiple arrests following a closing-time fracas on East Carson Street early Sunday, including …
Penguins’ Letang leaves hospital, ‘day-to-day’ with concussionBy Josh Yohe 6:53 p.m.
Defenseman Kris Letang was released from the hospital Sunday. Letang, who has been diagnosed with …
Veteran designation on Pennsylvania driver’s licenses loosely auditedBy Melissa Daniels 4:29 p.m.
The telephone operator told Ben Keen he would not need his military discharge papers to …
- Arrests follow South Side fracas 6:45 p.m.
- Elliott market robbery under investigation 6:06 p.m.
- Shoulder of ramp to Parkway West to close, delays likely
- Computer science students compete for laurels in 36-hour ‘hackathon’ at Pitt
Mt. Lebanon native, Iraq war hero’s action goes unrewardedBy Natasha Lindstrom
Army Sgt. Timothy Flynn listened intently from inside the rundown apartment while a woman and a child fumbled with an exterior padlock — the only barrier protecting Flynn’s six-man surveillance …
- Couple taken into custody after 8-hour standoff in Hempfield
- Man in New Kensington standoff charged
- Freshman arrested in Burrell High School bomb threat
- Budget work ahead for Southmoreland School District
- Ligonier Valley YMCA marks start of 32,000-square-foot expansion
Norwin High School health teacher charged with selling heroinBy Tony LaRussa
A Norwin health teacher responsible for telling students about the dangers of drug abuse has been charged with selling heroin, police said Friday. Lisa Marie Rodnicki, 37, of Irwin, the …
- Shortfalls sabotage promise of union retirees’ pensions
- Home appraisal is below sales price — now what?
- Corporate missteps hurt reputations, profits, sometimes in long run
- If you get this letter from the IRS, it’s legitimate
- Farmers fund research on gluten-free wheat
Increased credit card use reflects confidence, flat wagesBy Alex Nixon
Shoppers are pulling out the plastic more often as they gain confidence that an improving economy and labor market will allow them to handle debt. Although growing credit card usage …
- Income tax’s origin provides spark for Berry’s new thriller 5:30 p.m.
- Shadyside laundry keeps movie garb stain-free
- Pittsburgh Cultural Trust VP travels the globe to bring arts home
- Women Read/Women Write Book Fest returns bigger than ever
- Cat or dog not great fit for pet? A bunny might be your buddy
- Hampton music lovers pay it forward with traveling musicians
Review: Tango ensemble presents a night of witty, passionate dance theaterBy Mark Kanny 6:07 p.m.
One of the defining strengths of Pittsburgh Dance Council is the stylistic variety of the groups it brings to town. The French-Argentine company Union Tanguera provided plenty of humor and …
- Neutral decor doesn’t have to be noncommittal 5:52 p.m.
- South Side house part of former Steeler’s end game
- Road Trip! Destination: Indianapolis
- Cooking Class: Tagliolini and Crabmeat at Cenacolo
- Rubbed, grilled fish makes tastier tacos
- Homework: Pittsburgh Botanic Garden in North Fayette reopens
Oakmont club brings gardening inside at senior facilityBy Debbie Black 5:56 p.m.
Oakmont Garden Club’s Carol Burton and Nancy Williams are helping put gardening back into the lives of seniors, many of whom at one time managed their own flower or vegetable …
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- Simple question: What has Hillary accomplished?
- Free speech: True measure of generations’ greatness
- Close U.S.-South America rift
- What Lee Kuan Yew got wrong about Asia
Reform mass surveillance: Make the FISA court act like a real courtBy Faiza Patel and Elizabeth Goitein
The expiration of key surveillance authorities this spring will force Congress to grapple with the sprawling spying activities exposed by Edward Snowden. Defenders of the status quo sound a familiar …