A blind man and his black Lab service dog fell onto subway tracks and escaped injury Tuesday after an alert Metropolitan Transportation Authority employee instructed them to duck ahead of an oncoming train.
New York brokerage firm Cantor Fitzgerald confirmed Tuesday that it has agreed to settle with American Airlines for $135 million in a lawsuit seeking damages from the September 11, 2001, terrorist attacks.
A passenger ferry that runs between Deep Point and Bald Head Island, North Carolina, ran aground Tuesday near Battery Island, injuring passengers and a crew member, the U.S. Coast Guard and the ferry line said.
Ross Eisenbrey says a judge's ruling that the city of Detroit can move forward with bankruptcy and strip the city's public workers of their modest pension benefits will have a devastating impact on Detroit's middle class â€” many of whom are African-American â€” and the city's ability to rebuild a strong and sustainable economy
Fifty-four years after the Duval County, Florida, school board ignored the wishes of students and named a Jacksonville high school for a controversial Confederate general, the school will be getting a new name.