New York Times

EEMS Resumes Services on Weekends Emory Emergency Medical Services returned to operations Friday, Nov. 3, until Sunday, Nov. 5 at 7 p.m., according to EEMS Director Rachel Barnhard. EEMS will initially be in service on weekends only, Barnhard said. The ...

Clinton to Deliver Law School Keynote Address EMORY — Former U.S. President Bill Clinton will deliver the keynote address for the School of Law’s Centennial Gala at the St. Regis Atlanta Hotel April 29, according to an April 10 University ...

Emory alumnus John Herbers (49C), a former New York Times correspondent who embarked on a near 40-year career of profiling civil rights greats and detailing government scandals following his time at Emory, died March 17 in his Washington, D.C., retirement ...

There’s gambling, there’s sports and then there’s sports gambling. The two go together like Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid. The beginnings of the hobby, if you want to call it that, were modest. Throughout history, people have wagered on ...

A recent New York Times article by Katharine Q. Seelye details the horrors that families of heroin overdose victims and survivors face in coping with the way our country currently handles the heroin epidemic. In the article, “In Heroin Crisis, ...