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  • Commando trainer files $30 million libel suit against Outside magazine

    Commando trainer files $30 million libel suit against Outside magazine
    A Virginia man who ran a commando training school in Mississippi has filed a $30 million libel suit in Orlando against Outside magazine. James Frank Smith, Jr., 44, a former Fox News expert on counter-terrorism and security, alleges that a story in...
  • Teen claims he lied about making millions playing stocks during lunch

    Teen claims he lied about making millions playing stocks during lunch
    A student at Stuyvesant High School in New York who reached viral fame after he told New York magazine he made millions playing the stocks during lunch is now claiming he made the whole thing up, according to the New York Observer. The original story...
  • Rolling Stone never asked university about rape allegations, according to emails

    Rolling Stone never asked university about rape allegations, according to emails
    A Rolling Stone reporter and a fact checker for the magazine never sought a reaction from officials at the University of Virginia about an alleged gang rape at a campus fraternity in 2012, according to an extensive exchange of emails between the...
  • Instant analysis of the Ravens' 34-33 loss to the Chargers in Week 13

    Instant analysis of the Ravens' 34-33 loss to the Chargers in Week 13
    Baltimore Sun reporters, columnists and editors share their immediate thoughts on the Ravens' game against the San Diego Chargers in Week 13 at M&T Bank Stadium. Jeff Zrebiec, reporter: There's no way to sugarcoat this one. Unless the Ravens beat the...
  • French satire magazine's raison d'etre: mocking, challenging

    The prophet is locked in an embrace, his arm encircling a French cartoonist, their lips locked. They drool. The prophet raises a finger, pointing to a word bubble. “100 lashes if you don’t laugh.” The prophet is on all fours,...
  • When communities resent police, trouble is inevitable

    When communities resent police, trouble is inevitable
    By Jonah Goldberg On Tuesday, the day after it was announced that Officer Darren Wilson would not be charged in the slaying of Michael Brown, the president for a second time called for calm. His statement was measured, careful and responsible. He...
  • Kate Upton named 'Sexiest Woman Alive' by People magazine

    Kate Upton named 'Sexiest Woman Alive' by People magazine
    Kate Upton is the "Sexiest Woman Alive" according to People magazine. The model and Sports Illustrated swimsuit cover girl formally earned the title at the first People Magazine Awards, held on Thursday at the Beverly Hilton Hotel in Beverly Hills....
  • Max Downtown The Best Say CT Magazine Readers

    Max Downtown The Best Say CT Magazine Readers
    When it comes to dining like a celebrity, opinions about the Hartford area were stellar over the weekend. Connecticut Magazine crowned Max Downtown the state's "Best For Overall Excellence" and "Best American" in its "Best Restaurants in Connecticut...
  • Columnist is stuck in 1962

    Charles Krauthammer’s Jan. 2 commentary on the resumption of U.S./Cuban relations, although completely predictable, was laughable at best, depressing at worst. The embargo, in place for more than half a century, hasn’t accomplished a thing,...
  • 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...
  • Should athletes mix sports, activism?: Front Burner

    Few but hard-core sports buffs recall the times, heights vaulted, and points scored during the 1968 Olympics in Mexico City. Few, however, will forget one indelible moment from those Games: Standing on the medal podium, gold medalist Tommie Smith and...