Ricky Eisen has been planning and catering Manhattan events for over three decades, but in the last 15 years, she's noticed a distinct trend: The rise of tech startups -- and the companies' constant struggle to keep talented employees from leaving for better-paying rivals -- has meant that "entertaining has taken on a new definition," Eisen said.
Should a captive chimpanzee have the same rights as a "legal person"?
That's the debate set to unfold after an activist group filed lawsuits on behalf of four chimpanzees, asking the New York Supreme Court to grant them the "right to bodily liberty."
An increasing number of pedestrians and cyclists are being killed by distracted drivers.
A new study found distracted driving deaths jumped 50-percent among pedestrians and 30-percent among bicyclists between 2005 and 2010.
As the Republican National Committee has been working to expand its outreach to African-Americans, it now finds itself playing defense after a well-intentioned but unpolished tweet honoring the legacy of Rosa Parks seemed to ignite some backlas