Sandy Hook kids move to new school

by Stewart Stogel -- NEWTOWN, Conn.  –  The healing process from the worst school massacre in recent history got underway in earnest Monday evening. Earlier, Newtown officials announced that they would abandon, more…

Connecticut buries its dead

by Stewart Stogel -- [caption id="attachment_329797" align="aligncenter" width="600" caption="A U.S. flag flies at half staff Sunday, Dec. 16, 2012, outside the Edmond Town Hall building in Newtown, Conn. (WND photo / Stewart more…

Shooting not 1st tragedy for Newtown

by Stewart Stogel -- WHITE PLAINS, N.Y. – The small Connecticut hamlet of Newtown is not a stranger to tragedy. Aside from the recent massacre at its Sandy Hook Elementary School, the more…

Biggest retailer frets over U.S. economy

by Stewart Stogel -- NEW YORK – The U.S. economic recovery is on shaky ground, according to Mike Duke, the president and CEO of Walmart, which "serves customers and members more than more…

Big-time athletes exemplify family values

by Stewart Stogel -- NEW YORK – The 2012 Heisman Trophy has provided a showcase for two major universities steeped in tradition and two young men steeped in the values of humility more…

U.N. chief promotes 'deceptive' computer

by Stewart Stogel -- NEW YORK – United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon has decided to lend his name and prestige to a controversial computer project in India. In a highly publicized news more…

Bolton: Clinton out,
Kerry in at State

by Stewart Stogel -- NEW YORK – Veteran diplomat and former United Nations Ambassador John Bolton says Hillary Clinton soon will be out at the State Department and Sen. John Kerry, D-Mass., more…

Bolton: GOP prepared for election recount

by Stewart Stogel -- NEW YORK – Former U.S.-U.N. Ambassador John Bolton, who led the George W. Bush efforts during the controversial Florida 2000 recount, says the Romney campaign is prepared for more…

Cleanup under way
at flooded U.N.

by Stewart Stogel -- NEW YORK – The United Nations, often relied upon to respond to worldwide disasters, found itself a victim of Hurricane Sandy. The 40-acre complex straddles the East River more…