- PoliticsWashington Examiner
Former President Donald Trump has been holding meetings with "Cabinet members" at his golf club in New Jersey this week, according to a top ally.
- BusinessBusiness Insider
Airlines like United and American are dedicating billions of dollars to fly a new type of aircraft that won't require pilots
The two airlines aim to be at the forefront of a burgeoning industry but the greatest hurdle might be getting travelers to fly on the new aircraft.
- U.S.In The Know
This father was not playing games — but he didn't lose his cool either.
- HealthThe Conversation
When a life ends, those who remain deal with the body. Jim Watson/AFP via Getty ImagesUpwards of 2.8 million people die every year in the United States. As a funeral director who heads a university mortuary science program, I can tell you that while each individual’s life experiences are unique, what happens to a body after death follows a broadly predictable chain of events. In general, it depends on three things: where you die, how you die and what you or your family decide on for funeral arra