| May 20, 2015
| 6:46 AM
A Stamford author and Trinity College grad, Paul Sullivan, is speaking at RJ Julia Independent Booksellers in Madison on Thursday evening about his book The Thin Green Line, published by Simon & Schuster in March.
Sullivan, the Wealth Matters...
| Jul 5, 2015
| 5:55 PM
UC San Diego has sued USC and a nationally recognized Alzheimer's disease researcher, alleging that they illegally conspired to take federal funding, data and employees from a UC San Diego study center on the illness.
The lawsuit, filed in San Diego...
| Jul 5, 2015
| 11:22 AM
A three-day jubilee commemorating the Dalai Lama's 80th birthday kicks off Sunday with the Nobel Peace Prize winner lecturing on creativity and compassion before a sold-out crowd at Anaheim's Honda Center.
The Dalai Lama's public talk, which will be...
| Jul 3, 2015
| 5:47 PM
Missing an adjective: I left on my cluttered desk a four-letter word I meant to use in Thursday's column about Sheila Dixon wanting to be mayor again: weak. That best describes the half-hearted, five-years-too-late apology Dixon offered on WJZ-TV in May...
| Jul 1, 2015
| 9:11 AM
Nobel-winning author Mario Vargas Llosa has reportedly confirmed his romantic involvement with Isabel Preysler, the former wife of singer Julio Iglesias and mother of Enrique Iglesias.
The 79-year-old Peruvian novelist said in comments published...
| Jun 30, 2015
| 3:59 PM
To the editor: I really must agree with former Federal Reserve Chairman Ben S. Bernanke and his opinion that the excellent Alexander Hamilton should remain on the $10 bill. (“New face for $10 bill stirs backlash,” June 27)
| Jun 29, 2015
| 6:36 AM
One of the most talked-about appearances at Britain's Glastonbury music festival wasn't a singer or rocker — it was the Dalai Lama.
The exiled Tibetan spiritual leader joined singer Patti Smith on stage Sunday, where she led the crowd to sing...
| Jun 28, 2015
| 11:01 AM
Regarding commentator Jonathan David Farley's recent opinion piece "Tim Hunt's Witch Hunt" (June 23), Mr. Hunt is a Nobel Prize winner in physiology who recently gave a talk at the World Conference of Science Journalists in South Korea.
| Jun 24, 2015
| 9:00 PM
You wouldn't ordinarily think there's a connection between the abolition of slavery and the beginnings of powered aviation, but news stories over the past year suggest a parallel. The link has nothing to do with actual occurrences and everything to do...
| Jun 25, 2015
| 7:00 AM
Myanmar's parliament voted against several constitutional amendments Thursday, ensuring that the military's veto power remains intact and that opposition leader Aung San Suu Kyi cannot become president in an election this year.
The legislature ended a 3-...
| Jun 25, 2015
| 1:00 PM
Jimmy Carter has been a governor, the nation's commander in chief and a Nobel Prize winner. One thing he still would like to see is himself on a Broadway stage.
The 39th president is hoping Lawrence Wright's play "Camp David" can find a Broadway...