Baltimore Sun cartoonist Kevin 'KAL' Kallaugher wins National Press Foundation's Berryman Award
Kevin “KAL” Kallaugher, cartoonist for The Baltimore Sun and The Economist, will receive the 2017 Clifford K. and James T. Berryman Award for Editorial Cartoons, making him the
Oysters, tacos, sushi - at many happy hours, cheap drinks are just the beginning
Happy hour is about way more than dollar drafts. Now, $20, or even $10, buys a full meal at some of the city's hottest restaurants.
Starbucks just added 2 more new holiday drinks to its menu
Thanksgiving may still be two weeks away, but the holiday season is already in full swing at Starbucks.
Colombia just seized $360m worth of cocaine bound for the U.S.—but what are the biggest drug busts ever?
In 1989, police seized enough cocaine to give five hits to every person in America.
Last rock: Sherry Middaugh racing against time in Olympic pursuit
Ontario skip Sherry Middaugh has played in five out of the six Olympic trials since 1997 but has yet to earn a coveted spot at the Winter Games. She's hoping the Road to the Roar
Western Canada's ice age melt offers preview for modern climate change
New discoveries about the demise of the ice sheet that covered Western Canada at the end of the last ice age offer a preview of what we can expect as Greenland melts due to
Senate tax plan protects mortgage deduction, delays corporate tax cut
WASHINGTON — Senate Republicans prepared to unveil sweeping tax legislation Thursday that would delay a corporate tax cut for one year despite strident opposition from some
Sikh candidate defeated incumbents despite racist, 'fear-mongering' ads
Balvir Singh became the first Sikh to win a county-wide election in New Jersey Tuesday evening when he beat out two incumbent Republicans.
Bombardier filing gives job numbers for new Alabama aircraft plant
According to a regulatory filing from Bombardier, a proposed aircraft assembly line in Mobile could create 400 to 500 direct jobs in the area, and would represent an investment of
'Oh Lord, I've been shot': 70-year-old woman hit by stray bullet at Fairfield stop sign
Annie M. Finch was shot Wednesday night while she was at a Fairfield stop sign. The stray bullet bore through her car door and into her left hip, lodging near
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- Beware of binge drinking this holiday season
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- Macy’s Thanksgiving parade revels on amid tight security
- Strong second half carries MSU over DePaul
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- Hollywood’s holiday fare
- Tedeschi Trucks Band moves beyond grief in grueling year
- Netflix renews 'MST3K' for new season
- No joyous holiday for Amazon as workers go on strike in Italy
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