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  • D.A. dismissed tennis umpire case without seeing defense report

     
    Prosecutors made a decision to drop a murder charge against professional tennis umpire Lois Goodman before her attorneys turned over a defense team pathology report that disputed a coroner's finding that her husband was killed....
  • Lois Goodman on dropped murder case: ‘Thank God it’s over’

     
    A few days after prosecutors dropped a murder charge against her, professional tennis umpire Lois Goodman said she is relieved her ordeal is over and she still doesn't understand how she could have been accused of killing her husband of nearly 50 years......
  • Guilford's Adam Greenberg Will Get His One At-Bat, Marlins Make Offer

    At age 31, Adam Greenberg’s dream of returning to a major-league batter’s box was fading. Greenberg, who grew up in Guilford, was beaned in the back of his head in his one and only plate appearance with the Cubs on July 9, 2005. He played...
  • Former 'Today' co-host Meredith Vieira buys Hollywood Hills home

    Former 'Today' co-host Meredith Vieira buys Hollywood Hills home
    "Today"show special correspondent for the Olympics Meredith Vieira and her husband, Richard Cohen, have bought a house in the Hollywood Hills for $1.115 million. The midcentury contemporary features vaulted ceilings, two fireplaces, three bedrooms, two...
  • Quotations quiz: Who said that at the theme parks?

    Quotations quiz: Who said that at the theme parks?
    One of my guaranteed chuckles at our theme parks is during MuppetVision 3D at Disney's Hollywood Studios. Kermit the Frog and company are producing a musical spectacular and he asks what the title is. "It's 'A Salute to All Nations … But Mostly...
  • Sgt. Bales: 'You Guys Are Going to Thank me,' Soldiers Testify

    Sgt. Bales: 'You Guys Are Going to Thank me,' Soldiers Testify
    TACOMA, Wash. -- Army Staff Sgt. Robert Bales told his fellow soldiers they would be grateful to him in fighting season “come June” following a shooting rampage in which he is accused of killing 16 Afghan civilians. “He said, ‘You guys are going to thank...
  • China Airs Coverage of Execution on Live Television

    China Airs Coverage of Execution on Live Television
    The 44-year old Burmese drug lord Naw Kham and three of his drug lord buddies were convicted of violently murdering 13 Chinese fishermen in October 2011. The incident, since dubbed the “Mekong River Massacre,” occurred when Kham and his...
  • David Letterman grills Al Gore about selling Current to Al Jazeera

    David Letterman grills Al Gore about selling Current to Al Jazeera
      Al Gore has taken a lot of heat since finalizing a deal to sell his struggling cable network Current TV to Al Jazeera, the Qatari news service. Predictably, the backlash started on the right, with numerous outcries from the pundits at Fox News,...
  • Steve Capus leaves NBC News worse off in ratings and journalism

    Steve Capus leaves NBC News worse off  in ratings and journalism
    Ending a tenure marked by the costly decline of the 'Today' show, the failure of the newsmagazine 'Rock Center'  and an erosion of journalistic values, Steve Capus Friday resigned as president of NBC News after almost eight years on the job. While NBC...
  • Are media losing their way in mad #My2K and #Lauerfail hashtag chases?

    Are media losing their way in mad #My2K and #Lauerfail hashtag chases?
    From #SaveBigBird and #womeninbinders, to #Lauerfail and #DrunkDianeSawyer, it seems like we are awash in stories with hashtags these days --stories about the 140-character wonders of Twitter and their impact on media and politics. And while there is...
  • Today hosts wrong to humiliate subway photographer

    By now, many have seen the horrific photograph from the front page of the New York Post ("Police question man in N.Y. subway train death," Dec. 5). A man clings helplessly to the platform of a New York subway seconds before he is struck and killed by an...