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Wall Street Journal reporter David Bird vanished nearly a year ago, but his family continued to hold out hope Friday that he was still alive.
CBS News correspondent Bob Orr reported the two systems used to track Flight 370 were shut down sequentially, just before the Boeing 777 apparently changed course and turned west.
Police in New Jersey are continuing the search for a man missing since Saturday.
Holiday time is shopping time, but it’s also complaining time. And making returns and dealing with customer service can turn anyone into a Scrooge.
The Pulitzers, journalism’s highest honor, are given out each year by Columbia University on the recommendation of a board of journalists and others. Each award carries a $10,000 prize except for the public service award, which is a gold medal.
If you’re one of those who get up early the day after Thanksgiving to rush through the doors of the stores and find Black Friday discounts, you’re in for some bad news.
A Wall Street Journal survey hows that 40 out of the 100 most delayed flights in the country are from Newark Liberty.
The much-anticipated and revamped version of “Spider-Man: Turn Off The Dark” officially opened on Broadway Tuesday night, so what did the critics think of the new and improved show?
Add another name to the Mets’ ownership mix. According to the Wall Street Journal, billionaire hedge fund manager Steven A. Cohen “has joined the bidding for a minority stake” in the club.
Just when the economy seems to be slowly crawling out of recession, there’s another potential financial crisis on the horizon!
Thanksgiving is just a couple of weeks away and many of us will experience the yearly dilemma over which dessert to have. Geoffrey Fowler of the Wall Street Journal wrote a piece about a recipe that solves all your problems. It’s called the Cherpumple.
Did you hear the interview with the Wall Street Journal’s Christopher Farley?