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Topic - Valentine'S Day
New Jerseyans who found their Valentine's Day plans derailed by snow and bitter cold might get a second chance at love.
The father of a Connecticut woman killed by her ex-boyfriend on Valentine's Day 2009 has been awarded $10 million in a wrongful death and negligence lawsuit against police.
Puspa and Moni Bajgai stood in front of an American flag with their arms around each other and smiled brightly while a family member took their picture.
It's been a year since Olympian Oscar Pistorius, dubbed the "Blade Runner" for his prosthetic leg, shot dead his model girlfriend, Reeva Steenkamp, but he marked the Valentine's Day event with a letter on his website: I'm "consumed with sorrow," he wrote.
Flight delays made Valentine's Day bitter for some Mid-Atlantic travelers Friday after a record-breaking snowstorm that shut down the federal government and damaged a landmark Ocean City fishing pier rebuilt after Hurricane Sandy.
An effort by Planned Parenthood to link Valentine's Day to women's health care has irritated pro-life leaders, as a heart-shaped greeting included breast exams and "safe & legal abortion" as something women need.
Flights at Mid-Atlantic airports were delayed Friday and damage was revealed at a landmark Ocean City fishing pier as the effects of this week's record-breaking winter storm lingered into the Presidents Day weekend.
Call it Valentine’s Day romance for the budget-conscious. A McDonald's fast-food establishment in Tampa, Fla., is offering candlelight dinners for couples who want the romance, without the five-star price tag.
Ruining holidays has become the national sport of the self-righteous and the politically correct.
Let's talk about voter sentiment. Conservatives: would you want to cozy up to a liberal Valentine? And Democrats, would you have a Republican sweetheart? Well, maybe not.
The Alabama Historical Commission is using Valentine's Day to celebrate a war hero who became known as "America's Most Kissed Man."
With its iconic cheatin' and breakup songs, country music has earned a well-deserved reputation for chronicling the darker side of romance — a tradition that is surely in good hands today with a parade of brokenhearted young stars offering modern twists on love gone bad. (I'm looking at you, Taylor Swift.)
Rhode Island Congressman David Cicilline will be bringing some Valentine's Day cheer to military veterans.
What are you doing for Valentine's Day? Bleeding-heart progressives across the country are raising money for "an evening of music, song and sharing love for recently released People's Lawyer Lynne Stewart."
Her name is Elizabeth Quarrier Eddy Cassetti, but this Pittsburgh native is known as "Q." Cassetti. The short first name is as pretty and saucy as her illustration that inspired the 2014 Love stamp for the U.S. Postal Service -- just in time for Valentine's Day.