Pittsburgh’s once strong unions are part of the answer, Gabriel Winant explains in his book “The Next Shift,” but the change hasn’t come without complications.
No, not Tom Brady. He made it. But the pandemic is forcing teams to keep large numbers of fans away.
The inquiry, based out of Pittsburgh, was run parallel to an investigation in Delaware and raised alarms among F.B.I. agents about politicization.
Company executives once said having cars that can drive on their own would be a salvation for their business. But the effort turned into a legal and financial headache.
It’s how he loves.
Ms. Schano rose from “weather girl” to reporter to anchor in firsts for the city, hiding three pregnancies along the way. She died of Covid-19.
In Pennsylvania and other battlegrounds, both parties are succeeding in coaxing infrequent voters off the sidelines. The all-important question is who does it better.
A photographer visited neighborhoods in Midwest battlegrounds to see how politics have intruded on tranquillity.
Mistrust of vaccines runs deep in African-American communities. Against formidable odds, Father Paul Abernathy and his teams are trying to convince residents of Pittsburgh’s historic Black neighborhoods to volunteer for trials testing a Covid-19 shot.
The artist Trevor Paglen peers into the history of photography and its relationship to state surveillance.
A number of schools found the bacteria that causes Legionnaire’s disease in their water, and experts say more should expect to see it.
Pittsburgh, a sister city to Wuhan, China, saw only modest cases for months. In the last two weeks, cases are suddenly soaring.
The president’s campaign and allies have sketched out a comeback path in the battleground state, which he narrowly won in 2016, hoping to capitalize on factors like energy policy.
The board chair of the Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh said the thefts “will forever raise doubts about the security of all future charitable donations, particularly to the Carnegie Library.”
An advertiser pulls a full-page ad amid newsroom complaints concerning two journalists who said they were kept from covering demonstrations. The top editor fights back with an opinion piece.
Henry Gindt II, 34, shipped stolen test kits to several customers, who never received the results despite spending as much as $200 per test, the authorities said.
Screaming children, worried employees, sick parents and anxious grocery shoppers: This is a peek inside our new world.
Millions are flooding a charitable system that was never intended to handle a nationwide crisis.