The end is near: Demolition crews arrive at Arlington ParkThe storied Arlington Park grandstand still towers above the western edge of Arlington Heights, but work that eventually will lead to it fading into history -- perhaps to be replaced by an even grander sports mecca -- reached the proverbial starting gate Tuesday.
Consumer confidence declines again in May, particularly for older AmericansConsumer confidence fell in May as Americans, particularly older ones, became more pessimistic about the labor market, on top of elevated anxiety over inflation.
Elizabeth Holmes enters Texas prison to begin 11-year sentence for blood-testing hoaxTheranos founder Elizabeth Holmes entered Texas prison where she could spend the next 11 years for overseeing a blood-testing hoax that became a parable about greed and hubris in Silicon Valley.
Key test ahead on federal debt deal that could prevent a disastrous defaultPresident Joe Biden says he feels good about the debt ceiling and budget deal negotiated with House Speaker Kevin McCarthy as the White House and congressional leaders work to ensure its passage this week in time to lift the nation's borrowing limit and prevent a potentially disastrous U.S. default.
LGBTQ+ activists call for new strategies to promote equality after Target backlashFollowing Target's announcement last week that it removed products and relocated Pride displays to the back of certain stores in the South, activists in the LGBTQ+ community are calling for new campaigns to convince corporate leaders not to cave to anti-LGBTQ+ groups.
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