Churchill: Mom works to end the silence around suicide
Colonie After Bill Kress killed himself in September, his mother made an unusual decision. She chose to be fully honest about the cause of death in her son's obituary. Diane...
20 minutes ago - Times Union
Kazuo Kashio, co-founder of Casio of G-Shock fame, dies
TOKYO - Kazuo Kashio, one of four brothers who founded Casio Computer Co., the Japanese company behind G-Shock watches, has died at age 89. Kashio, who was chairman and served...
4 hours ago - Boston Herald - 3 articles
Former National League umpire Dutch Rennert dies at 88
ST. AUGUSTINE, Fla. - Dutch Rennert, a National League umpire from 1973 to 1992 who was known for his animated, booming strike calls, has died. He was 88. St. John's Family...
4 hours ago - Boston Herald - 2 articles
Grey Matters: Shielding ourselves from the realities of death
Wanda Morris Many of us have been taught to avoid talking about religion or politics, but those aren't our strongest conversational taboos. What we really don't talk about is...
15 hours ago - National Post
Legendary skate-park designer Roger Mark ‘Monk' Hubbard of Seattle dead at 47
The West Seattle man was a pioneer in moving the modern-day skate park scene into the mainstream. He founded Grindline Skatepark Design and Construction in 1992.
1 day ago - The Seattle Times
Obituary: Louann Tronsberg Deihle / Businesswoman who loved her family and community
When her oldest daughter's college choir performed in Ireland several years ago, Louann Tronsberg Deihle and her husband followed the troupe to venues across the country...
1 day ago - Post Gazette
Jean York of Braintree, at 89, activist, longtime union chief stewart
Jean S. York of Braintree died Monday. She was 89. She was a caring and passionate supporter of civil, worker's and women's rights. She put action and commitment behind her...
1 day ago - Boston Herald
Patricia Brown, at 86, of Reading, lifelong Andover resident, loved bowling
Patricia Claire Brown of Reading, formerly of Andover, died Saturday at Sawtelle Family Hospice House. She was 86. She was a lifelong resident of Andover and was a member of...
1 day ago - Boston Herald
Elizabeth Brackett, veteran Chicago journalist, dies at age 76
Elizabeth Brackett, a longtime Chicago journalist and broadcaster, died days after she sustained a serious injury and was in a coma due to a bike accident along Chicago's...
1 day ago - ABC - 5 articles
Kate Spade funeral services to be held in Kansas City
An obituary for Spade listed the arrangements Sunday morning.
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Elementary school drops Confederate name in favor of Barack Obama
A Virginia elementary school will switch its name from that of a Confederate general to that of the nation's first black president.
China says North Korean leader Kim Jong Un visiting Beijing
Chinese state media say North Korean leader Kim Jong Un will make a two-day visit starting Tuesday
Sharks acquire winger Mike Hoffman from Senators
The San Jose Sharks acquired winger Mike Hoffman from the Ottawa Senators, again paying a bargain price for a scoring winger another team was eager to trade
Trump threatens all-out trade war with China, tariffs on $200 billion worth...
President Donald Trump directed the US Trade Representative's office to draw up a list of $200 billion worth of Chinese goods to subject to an additional 10% tariff. Trump said...
Ibrahimovic, Rippon, Bird featured in ESPN Body Issue
Los Angeles Galaxy forward Zlatan Ibrahimovic, Houston Astros pitcher Dallas Keuchel, Olympic figure skater Adam Rippon, and 63-year-old golfer Greg Norman are among the...
Stocks are getting whacked as Trump moves toward an all-out trade war with China
President Donald Trump threatened an all-out trade war with China by announcing the possibility of tariffs on an additional $200 billion worth of Chinese goods. The S&P 500 is...
Twin brothers reunited 74 years after WWII death at Normandy
APNewsBreak: Verizon to end location data sales to brokers
Verizon says it will no longer sell your phone-location data through intermediaries
'Immoral, reprehensible,' AG says of policy separating families at border
Attorney General Maura Healey joined a coalition of 21 attorneys general Tuesday in calling on the government to end the policy of separating children from their families at...
Judge Tosses Kansas' Proof-Of-Citizenship Voter Law, And Rebukes Sec. Of...
Kansas had one of the strictest voter registration laws in the U.S. But a federal judge says it's unconstitutional - and she's requiring Kris Kobach to take legal classes to...