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"At Morgan Stanley, diversity is an opportunity – for clients, employees and Firm. By valuing diverse perspectives, we can better serve our clients while we help employees achieve their professional objectives. A corporate culture that is open and inclusive is fundamental to our role as a global leader constantly striving for excellence in all that we do."
—James P. Gorman, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer

The insurgent candidate from the Bronx is challenging Democrat Joseph Crowley with a scrappy grassroots campaign and a platform based on economic justice.

We'll begin today's tasting with Guy Mardon Touraine Sauvignon Blanc ($16.99), a crisp, mineral driven white from the Loire valley, followed by La Villette Viognier ($12.99), a full-bodied wine from southern France with floral aromatics and ripe stone fruit flavors, and we'll finish off the chilled wines with Le Grand Caillou Rosé ($12.99), a Pinot Noir rosé from the Loire Valley with a beautiful pale salmon…

Four players score for the Green Mountain State, which rattles off four unanswered goals to sink New Hampshire

Confusion reigns on the border as immigration officials, prosecutors and Border Patrol agents scramble to fulfill the president’s demand to maintain a zero tolerance approach to unauthorized migrants while simultaneously keeping families together.

CVU star Lydia Maitland found balance, became natural leader to shine in three sports — field hockey, hockey and lacrosse — during high school career.

Keep track of the head-spinning developments since the Trump administration enacted its "zero tolerance" policy.

President Donald J. Trump is hearing firsthand from the American families who have lost loved ones to illegal alien crime.

Two of my favorite jokes about actuaries are: An actuary, an underwriter, and an insurance salesperson are riding in a car. The salesperson has his foot on the gas, the underwriter has his foot on …

An electrifying playmaker in football and basketball, the Seahorses star is headed to join UVM hoops as a walk-on.

A stretching studio. Guided meditation sessions. Shower suites with light therapy. They sound like the features of a New Age spa. But all are elements of Qantas Airways’ new international transit lounge at the Perth Airport. And they’re all designed with one purpose in mind: helping you combat jet lag.

Sen. Bernie Sander traded jabs with UN Ambassador Nikki Haley over poverty in America.

Two commissioners of public safety have failed to comply with a 2013 law charging their department to create a method to measure marijuana in edibles.

When it comes to investing, even the most savvy of us fall prey to bias and emotional trades. So what triggers should you watch for?

Here’s how you can save the bees (and you know, humanity) with a simple spoonful of sugar.

Welcome to Refresh – a series of comment pieces by young people, for young people, looking for a response to Britain's biggest issues

Making homemade pasta is easier and more rewarding than you can imagine!

Health challenges such as prostate cancer, testicular cancer, erectile dysfunction, diabetes, obesity, hypertension, heart disease, high cholesterol and depression commonly impact the quality of life of men. Find out more about the top men's health screenings.

Help VSF pay 32 artists from our region as we present a yearlong season full of laughter and reflection at eight diverse venues
Allow us to meet our budget goals for a summer production being presented in three locations in Vermont: Greensboro, Shelburne and Burlington. We are bringing our brand of theater to rural as well as urban settings
Continue to bring our powerful educational offerings…

David Lefkowitz, UBS Global Wealth Management, and Michael Zezas, Morgan Stanley, discuss the market impact of global trade tensions.

With summer upon us, parents are hot to ask about sun protection for their children. Lewis First, MD, chief of pediatrics at the UVM Children's Hospital, provides bright ideas on this topic.

In the United States, more than 15 million informal caregivers, primarily family, provide unpaid care to people with Alzheimer's disease. Hear from Maggie Evans, a school counselor in Vermont, who is caregiver to her husband Larry. Larry was diagnosed with younger onset Alzheimer's disease in his late 50s.

Audubon VT -Six Events, Bobolink Volunteers, Birdathon Update, Lemonade and Windstorm

SEABA Annual Meeting and Flamingo Fling Join SEABA Thursday July 19th to network, eat, drink, engage with staff and area businesses, hear what we'...

A recent Insight section of the paper excerpted an article by Brian Kennedy at the N.C. Budget and Tax Center with the headline, “Going backwards.” Kennedy states that there are barriers in the way of people living in poverty, which is not their fault, and they must navigate around them to continue living in their …

Pope Francis continues his catechesis on the Commandments at the Wednesday General Audience, calling them God’s invitation to a loving relationship ...