NEW YORK - A judge said Wednesday he would not take long to rule on a motion by New York's top law enforcement official to stop the country's two biggest daily fantasy sports companies from operating following two hours of arguments in a packed Manhattan courtroom.
ISSUE | THANKSGIVING President's message Rooted in a story of generosity and partnership, Thanksgiving offers an opportunity for us to express our gratitude for the gifts we have and to show our appreciation for all we hold dear. Today, as we give of ourselves in service to others and spend cher
A video camera at Kildare’s would not have prevented Shane Montgomery’s death, but if such surveillance tapes had been available it might not have taken a month and half to find him.
By Emily Smith Death and kairos are very different words but can be easily paired together when experiencing the passing of a loved one.
As travelers pass through airports on their way to visit their families this Thanksgiving, they should take note of the people pushing grandma's wheelchair, loading dad's golf clubs, or quietly mopping the terminal.
The traditional start of the holiday season saw 5.1 million fewer shoppers heading out to the malls and big-box retailers on Black Friday last year, according to the National Retail Federation.
Joseph J. McGrane Jr.'s life interest was set early, when he visited his father on his farm in Concordville, Delaware County.
Elizabeth Summers Cary, 92, of Germantown and North Chatham, Mass., a teacher and longtime Quaker, died Thursday, Nov. 12, of congestive heart failure at Wesley Enhanced Living at Stapeley.
Douglass C. North, 95, a St. Louis economist who was a co-recipient of the 1993 Nobel Prize in economic sciences, died Monday at his summer home in Benzonia, Mich.