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  • Jacobs State Sportswriter Of Year; D'Ambrosio Top Sportscaster

    Jacobs State Sportswriter Of Year; D'Ambrosio Top Sportscaster
    Once again, Courant sports columnist Jeff Jacobs was named Connecticut sportswriter of the year by the National Sportscasters and Sportswriters Association. Jacobs, 59, has won the award 10 times. He has been at The Courant since 1984 and has been named...
  • Readers remember Al Martinez, the 'Bard of L.A.'

    Readers remember Al Martinez, the 'Bard of L.A.'
    After writer Al Martinez, a celebrated columnist for The Times from 1984 to 2009, died Monday dozens of readers wrote letters as they often do after someone of prominence passes, praising his work and expressing their grief. But many of the letters on...
  • 10 things you might not know about football coaches

    10 things you might not know about football coaches
    The Bears' John Fox hunt has ended with the hiring of the former Denver coach to replace Marc Trestman. And ex-Bear Jim Harbaugh was recently introduced as coach at the University of Michigan, where he'll make $7 million his first year. Talk about pay...
  • College considered booting al-Qaida blogger, FBI records show

    WASHINGTON A batch of newly released FBI records shows that agents weighed turning a former North Carolina al-Qaida propagandist, Samir Khan, into an informant while the community college he attended considered expelling him over possible security threats...
  • Photographer shot at anti-Charlie Hebdo protest in Pakistan

    Photographer shot at anti-Charlie Hebdo protest in Pakistan
    A rally by Pakistani students against a French satirical weekly's latest publication of a Prophet Muhammad cartoon turned violent on Friday, with police firing warning shots and water cannons to disperse the demonstration. A photographer with the Agence...
  • Wash those Legos, and 39 other tips for better living in 2015

    It's a new year � with so much promise and so much to do. Here are some ways to make life easier and solve the little problems that crop up around your home and garden this year. 1. Replace the light over your garage door: Choose a bigger,...
  • Selig says an emotional goodbye in his final owners meeting as commissioner

    Bud Selig concluded his final baseball owners meeting as commissioner after two days of basking in praise for the job he's done during more than 22 years in charge of the game. Thursday's meeting followed a gala in Selig's honor the previous night in a...
  • In Chicago, suburbs the search is on for new edition of Charlie Hebdo

    In the wake of last week’s deadly shooting at the offices of Charlie Hebdo, a French satirical newspaper, booksellers in Chicago and elsewhere in the U.S. are scrambling to try to stock the first issue to be published since the tragedy. The...
  • Make affirmative action colorblind? Front Burner

    Make affirmative action colorblind? Front Burner
    In April, the U.S. Supreme Court upheld a 2006 Michigan ballot initiative in which voters rejected affirmative action at state public universities. The Supreme's 6-2 ruling, however, did not end the debate over the controversial remediation for decades of...
  • Around the world, comic provocateurs echo Charlie Hebdo in saying the unsayable

    Charlie Hebdo, the satirical weekly that lost 12 staff in a terrorist gun attack last week, is one of a diverse group of publications and comics around the world determined to push the boundaries of taste and acceptable expression. Lauded by fans for...
  • Free expression will survive latest assault

    Free expression  will survive  latest assault
    They are the freedoms that truly separate the Western world from the radicals who would do us harm. Freedom of the press. Freedom of religion. Freedom of speech, including the right to poke fun at political, cultural and yes, religious leaders, too....