Labor Day News
Dogged: Badly wrecked, German shepherd shows at Westminster
A German shepherd that was badly injured in a highway accident a few years ago will be among the nearly 2,900 dogs taking part in the Westminster Kennel Club show that begins Monday in New York
Dogged: German shepherd overcomes major injuries to show at Westminster
NEW YORK -- Exactly what happened to the dog on that New Jersey highway, no one really knows. This much is true: Fanucci the young German shepherd was so shattered, so bloodied after jumping out of a broken-down van hooked to a speeding tow truck, his life was in jeopardy. "You see the dog, you see
Oriole Bird mascot sued
BALTIMORE -- A New Jersey man has filed a $35 million lawsuit against the Oriole Bird, claiming he got roughed up by the mascot during a game. ? From atop the dugout to atop the witness stand: The O's mascot must go to court. Vincent Minervini of Keansburg, N.J., alleges that Jeff Gartner, one of
State Department senior ranks being depleted at 'dizzying speed': Ambassador
The U.S.’s ranks of diplomats are losing key leaders at a “dizzying speed” as the State Department struggles to recruit talent amid a hiring freeze and sinking morale in the Trump administration, according to a new essay from a top ambassador. Three of the agency’s five career ambassadors, the
Obamacare health plans still available despite uncertainty over law's future
On Wednesday, Nov. 1, insurance marketplaces will begin open enrollment for the Affordable Care Act , or Obamacare. But with so much attention focused on the debate surrounding repealing the law, many are bewildered about their coverage options through the law, or if there will even be insurance to
Redskins place Su'a Cravens on left squad list; DB had mulled retirement at 22
The Washington Redskins placed safety? Su'a Cravens?on the reserve/left squad list, ending his season nearly two weeks after he first told them he wanted to retire at age 22.? The Redskins had initially placed him on the exempt/left squad list Sept. 4, giving him a month to reconsider his plans or
Family survives lightning strike while camping
Christopher Lovera and his two children were watching a lightning storm from under a tree in Sequoia National Park when they were struck by lightning and sent airborne.
'The last threat to Key West that was anything like this was in 1919': National Weather Service
The National Weather Service's Bill South discusses the Hurricane Irma's threat to the Florida Keys.
Fall movie preview 2017: 22 films you should see
Film critic Peter Travers looks at upcoming films and reveals his list of the best.