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  • Stony Brook, Albany quality additions to CAA football

    Rookie Old Dominion strutted into Colonial Athletic Association football last season and promptly earned a national playoff bid in the Championship Subdivision's most rugged conference. Wednesday the CAA formally introduced two new members capable of...
  • An Intense Court House: Busy Weekend For Fabbris And Saccas

    An Intense Court House: Busy Weekend For Fabbris And Saccas
    Calling from the car late Friday afternoon on her way to Albany, the mom said this weekend is going to be crazy. Ten minutes earlier, her daughter used the same word. "It's crazy at my house right about now," Carly Fabbri said. "And that," Tricia...
  • Mary Jo White's spin at SEC's revolving door

    One of the oft-repeated justifications for why Wall Street must be regulated by Wall Streeters is that what goes on there is both so complex and so essential that only those who have been part of it can be trusted to oversee it. This argument is bunk, of...
  • For Quinnipiac Women, Strong Start, Poor Finish, Valuable Lesson

    For Quinnipiac Women, Strong Start, Poor Finish, Valuable Lesson
    Lisa Lebak hit a three. Ellen Cannon hit a three. Cannon stepped back and hit an even longer three with such a high, looping arc that meteorological patterns around our nation's capital surely had to be altered. Suddenly, anything seemed possible....
  • Tuesday's local college basketball roundup: Norfolk State women earn first-round MEAC victory at Scope

    Bouncing back from a disappointing regular season, the 10th-seeded Norfolk State women's basketball team defeated No. 7 Florida A&M 72-55 Tuesday in the opening round of the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference tournament at Norfolk Scope Arena. Sophomore...
  • Quinnipiac: Becoming A Giant

    Quinnipiac: Becoming A Giant
    — No matter how many times you make the drive, whether it's the first time or the hundredth, you turn off I-91, travel a few miles west on the connector road. You look up and … Quinnipiac? Wow. "It is the great statement," Quinnipiac...
  • Liberty, JMU Tabbed For Play-in Games

    Liberty, JMU Tabbed For Play-in Games
    The Liberty Flames and the James Madison Dukes have both been selected to play-in games as 16-seeds in the NCAA Tournament.  Liberty, the Big South Champions, will play North Carolina A&T, the MEAC Champions, on Tuesday in Dayton. The winner of that...
  • Briefly In Education

    Local selected for White House internship A Laguna Beach native is one of several college students to be part of the White House Internship Program this spring, according to a White House announcement. Alexandra Langton, who attends American...
  • Toomey: Give Obama 'flexibility' on cuts

    Toomey: Give Obama 'flexibility' on cuts
    As the clock ticks down to the sequester deadline on Friday, it's almost certain that the $85 billion in annual cuts will happen despite bipartisan agreement that the indiscriminate nature of them would be economically harmful. Pennsylvania Republican...
  • Why does Obama keep his cabinet all-stars on the bench?

    As his second term begins, President Barack Obama is in his comfort zone, surrounded by loyal lieutenants. What a contrast to the captivating candidate of 2008, who told Time Magazine's Joe Klein that as president he would be surrounded "by people who...
  • On The Fly: Giants, Patriots Honor Newtown School Shooting Victims

    Our hearts will remain broken forever, as we try to deal with the horrific tragedy that happened at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown. Across Connecticut, the nation and the world, there were some heartfelt signs of compassion Sunday. Here were...
  • Fiscal cliff: Donnelly says there's reason for optimism

    Fiscal cliff: Donnelly says there's reason for optimism
    Despite a booming first weekend of holiday sales, the stock market opened on a down note this morning because of a warning from White House economists about the fiscal cliff. The National Economic Council and the Council of Economic Advisers say a...