Pennsylvania and 46 other states recognize Juneteenth as a state holiday, but efforts to make it a national holiday have stalled in Congress.
Sixty percent of respondents to a new poll said they think COVID-19 has actually changed the way Americans work for the better.
Eviction protections will end on July 10. The only policy question worth asking is how to make it hurt less for far too many.
Teachers sitting on the Pennsylvania’s educator pension board voiced their concerns Thursday with a reform proposed by the state’s Democratic treasurer and a Republican lawmaker.The brief, polite disagreement over how to reform the transparency...
Western Pennsylvania’s largest supermarket chain says it will no longer advertise or sell copies of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette in its stores, as part of a new initiative to “stand up against racism and social justice.”
The Monday vote to form a union with SEIU Healthcare, was “an important victory for their residents and caregivers," a spokesperson said.
A tidal wave of evictions is coming when the moratorium ends on July 10. The most urgent question we can answer is: How do we lessen its impact?
I still want to see the Post-Gazette succeed, not because its owners deserve it, but because its journalists and the city of Pittsburgh deserves it.
While some programs have been able to provide a decent amount of money to small dairy operations, some small, specialty producers in the state say they’re finding themselves left out.
We are on the verge of having to deal with a new, and even more virulent threat to American prosperity that will dwarf the impact of the virus.