Cedar Hill firefighters are giving back to a man who dedicated his career to public service.
A federal judge in Philadelphia has again declined to approve deals for some of the retired players suing the NFL over concussions.
In an illuminating sign of changing times and revised visions of retirement, a new poll finds older Americans not only are delaying their retirement plans, they’re also embracing the fact that it won’t necessarily mark a complete exit from the workforce.
The NFL has agreed to pay $42 million as part of a settlement with a group of retired players who challenged the league over using their names and images without their consent.
In a brief filed Wednesday in U.S. District Court in Philadelphia, the players dispute the league’s framing of the cases as a labor issue governed by collective bargaining agreements.
While NFL owners and players appear to be inching toward a resolution of the league’s long lockout, a group of retired players is clamoring to be more involved in the discussions.
No Carrollton police officer will ever wear that badge number