‘It will overwhelm us’: Surge of COVID cases triggers more of the tough phone calls
A year after vaccines arrived, surge of COVID cases triggers more of the tough phone calls
A fight to survive
In a rural Pennsylvania community, the struggle isn’t just about a deadly virus. It involves hospital cuts, vaccine fears and sometimes a few miracles.
Dirty Dollars Part 2
Accused money launderers secretly moved millions into America to buy steel mills — while elected leaders helped them fend off U.S. regulators and foreign competitors. Left in the wake: hazardous waste and injured workers.
Offspring of the drug crisis: Substance-exposed babies
Pittsburgh public housing plagued by crumbling buildings, failed inspections
The steel industry collapsed, but the U.S. Steel Tower stands tall 50 years after its dedication
Build a Highway
The Post-Gazette spent two years looking at the enormous effort that goes into building the next segment of the Southern Beltway.
Police press for final confessions from Pennsylvania’s dreaded serial killer
The cop and the killer
Ex-Florida homicide sergeant draws critical confessions