When the Atlanta Thrashers became the Winnipeg Jets over the summer, the move precipitated the biggest NHL realignment in 15 years. The owners' vote Monday aims for a fan-friendly league that emphasizes hockey's old rivalries.
Jeffrey Eugenides talks about his novels – and themes of death, suicide, and Detroit.
Justin Verlander of the Detroit Tigers became the first starting pitcher since Roger Clemens of the Red Sox 25 years ago to take home both league Cy Young and MVP awards in the same season.
St. Louis Cardinals catcher Gerald Laird celebrates with fans after the Cardinals defeated the Texas Rangers in Game 7 to win MLB's World Series baseball championship in St. Louis on Oct. 28.
$102 million: Stephen J. Hemsley, UnitedHealth Group Inc.'s Chief Executive Officer. A graduate of Fordham University, Mr. Hemsley was Managing Partner and Chief Financial Officer of Arthur Andersen before taking the helm of UnitedHealth Group in 2006.
Occupy Wall Street protests spread to cities across the United States Thursday, including St. Louis, Dallas, San Francisco, and Philadelphia. Wall Street protestors were arrested in St. Louis.
'The Corrections,' Jonathan Franzen's 2001 story of a troubled family, will air on HBO with Franzen working with director Noah Baumbach and producer Scott Rudin on the project.