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  • Police Source: Bloody Clothes Found In Yale Building During Search For Missing Student

    Police Source: Bloody Clothes Found In Yale Building During Search For Missing Student
    Investigators searching for Annie Le, the 24-year-old Yale graduate student missing since Tuesday, have found bloody clothes above a ceiling tile in the building where Le was last seen, a police source told The Courant Saturday. But no body had been...
  • FBI Expands Missing Yale Student Annie Le Investigation To Hartford Trash Facility

    FBI Expands Missing Yale Student Annie Le Investigation To Hartford Trash Facility
    The FBI has expanded its investigation into the disappearance of Yale graduate student Annie Le to a trash facility in Hartford. The State Police Major Crimes Unit arrived at the trash facility around 2:15 p.m. Sunday afternoon. The FBI's Bill Reiner...
  • Body Found In Yale Building, Thought To Be Missing Yale Student Annie Le

    Body Found In Yale Building, Thought To Be Missing Yale Student Annie Le
    Police said Sunday that they had found a body inside the wall of a Yale University building and are assuming it to be that of Annie Le, the Yale graduate student missing since Tuesday. The grim announcement was made on the day that Le, 24, was to be wed....
  • Records Show Raymond Clark III Was Last To See Annie Le Alive, Source Says

    Records Show Raymond Clark III Was Last To See Annie Le Alive, Source Says
    Computer records show that lab technician Raymond Clark III, who was charged today with the murder of Yale graduate student Annie Le, was the last person to see her alive, a law-enforcement source told The Courant on Wednesday. Investigators traced Le'...
  • A world beat to Dudamel's welcome

    A world beat to Dudamel's welcome
    The happiest sounds wafting across the plaza Saturday afternoon at the Hollywood Bowl had a Latin cadence. Spanish, spoken by the crowd of families, picnickers with their wine bottles and high school kids in their East L.A. punk clothes; Spanish sung by...
  • Los Angeles Times bestsellers for Oct. 11, 2009

    ++++++++++++++++++++ || Fiction || Weeks on list || || 1. || The Lost Symbol by Dan Brown (Doubleday: $25.99) Harvard professor Robert Langdon uses his symbology skills to find a missing Freemason in Washington, D.C. || 3 || || 2. || Blood's A Rover...
  • Los Angeles Times bestsellers for the week of March 15, 2009

    Los Angeles Times bestsellers for the week of March 15, 2009
    ++++++++++++++++++++ || Fiction || weeks on list || || 1. || Diary of a Wimpy Kid: The Last Straw by Jeff Kinney (Amulet: $12.95) Greg's dad enlists him in organized sports in order to toughen him up. || 7 || || 2. || Breaking Dawn by Stephenie Meyer...
  • American tourists at home in Cuba

    American tourists at home in Cuba
    The St. Patrick’s Day parade was a little late, but the Cuban bagpipers and the blond transvestite in green satin made up for it in spirit as they sashayed down O'Reilly Street to observe Cuba's historic connections to Ireland. (Apparently, even Che...
  • Affidavit Describes Evidence, Raymond Clark's Movements

    On the day Annie Le disappeared, Raymond Clark III reported seeing the Yale University graduate student leave the Yale Animal Research Center carrying a notebook and two bags of mouse food. But police said she never left the building. In the days...
  • Elizabeth Alexander's Poems Explore the Black American Experience

    Elizabeth Alexander writes poems of elegant simplicity about the black American experience. Author of five books of poetry and two books of essays and chair of the African American Studies Department at Yale, she’s probably best known for her poem...
  • Shipshape Again: Charles W. Morgan Being Restored, May Go To Sea

    Shipshape Again: Charles W. Morgan Being Restored, May Go To Sea
    From the day she was launched in 1841, the Charles W. Morgan has been lucky, not an inconsiderable quality in a small, wooden ship that pursued whales beyond what was then the known limit of the watery world.     It was a freak current, according to a...