Memories of Thanksgiving and family togetherness run strong as holiday nears. And creates a yearning for a return to the importance of the day.
The pope pulled together the priorities he has laid out in eight months of homilies, speeches and interviews and put them in the broader context of how to reinvigorate the church's evangelical zeal in a world marked by indifference, secularization and vast income inequalities.
The 17th annual gathering features an author, music and live performances.
Bill Belichick has made plenty of notable decisions in his 14 seasons as the highly successful coach of the New England Patriots. Most have worked out. Others have been failures.
Child protection workers are "walking a difficult line" as they struggle with child abuse reporting systems across the United States.
Investigators' report details some of the efforts of Adam Lanza's family to address the needs of a young man described as withdrawn, lacking an appreciation of others' feelings and beset with "significant mental health issues."
A flier by the Fellowship of Reconciliation protesting Noam Bedein's recent speech was doublespeak.
Airports are mini-cities with their own movie theaters, fire departments and shopping malls. Many also have chapels, typically tiny non-denominational spaces, in out-of-the-way locations. They offer an escape from constant gate change and security announcements and are staffed by 350 part- and full-time chaplains worldwide — Roman Catholic, Protestant and, to a lesser extent, Jewish, Muslim or Sikh.
Dan Meers, 46, who has played the KC Wolf since the mascot's inception in 1989, was seriously injured Saturday while practicing for Sunday's game against the San Diego Chargers. No description of Meers' specific injuries was available, but a longtime friend said Meers suffered a serious back injury.
In a joint statement, Sen. Paul LeVota, of Independence, and state Rep. Genise Montecillo, of St. Louis, specifically cited Nicastro's handling of a cost estimate for the teacher tenure ballot measure.
Once we get the health care problem resolved we can hopefully do something about minimum wage.
City Prosecutor Lowell Gard told the Public Safety Committee on Monday that like Ellisville, Kansas City and other cities had been assigning liability of red-light camera tickets to the owner of the vehicle that ran the red light. But with the proposed change, he said Kansas City would assign liability to the vehicle's driver.
Jeremy Johnson pleaded guilty June 24 to two counts of involuntary manslaughter in the Dec. 2, 2011, deaths of Diondre Johnson and Michael McCrimmons, both 19 and from Springfield. Shock incarceration, however, is not an option for an involuntary manslaughter conviction.
The fear-factor calculator was put out by doctors and pharmaceutical companies, among whose goals are to keep raking in more money for Big Pharma.
The Federal Communications Commission’s idea to let airlines decide the rules of the air for talking on cellphones is a nonstarter for a majority of Americans surveyed.
Interim coach Tim Fuller's mission all along was to not lose a game, and he completed his mission as Missouri defeated IUPUI 78-64 Monday in the last of his five-game stint at the helm.
Sid Brown follows his passion for art through his realistic pebble paintings, a skill he taught himself from library books.
Two games Saturday will decide which teams play for the Southeastern Conference Championship in Atlanta on Dec. 7.
Before seventh grade, 16-year-old Tyler McCutchen was shy. But as he stands on the stage as Mushnik, one of the lead roles in Battle High School’s production of "Little Shop of Horrors," it's hard to tell.
The plan would give students who receive Bright Flight scholarships the option for an extra $5,000 annually for agreeing to work full time in Missouri immediately after school.