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  • Ex-Terps player Billy Jones reflects on breaking ACC's color barrier in basketball

    Ex-Terps player Billy Jones reflects on breaking ACC's color barrier in basketball
    On occasion, Billy Jones' granddaughter reminds him of what he'd as soon forget. "Pop-Pop, you are old," Cleo Pounds will say. That's Jones' cue to dig out his scrapbooks, curl up on the sofa and regale the 8-year-old with sporting tales of yore —...
  • Film Review: 'The Winding Stream'

    Rocker-turned-documentarian Beth Harrington ("Welcome to the Club: The Women of Rockabilly") celebrates the Carter and Cash family and its enduring contributions to country, folk and roots music in "The Winding Stream," an impressively researched and...
  • A Kennedy Stirs Connecticut's Politics

    State Sen. Ed Meyer, D-Guilford, will not seek a sixth term in November. He has been a brave soldier in the endless battle to protect the public's right to know what its government is doing. This is harder duty than most people think. Those invested...
  • Jeremiah Denton dies at 89; POW who blinked 'torture' in Morse code

    Jeremiah Denton, the downed Navy pilot who was paraded before television cameras by the Viet Cong and confirmed U.S. suspicions of prisoner maltreatment during the Vietnam War by blinking out the word "torture" in Morse code, has died. He was 89....
  • On The Fly: Huskies Have Score To Settle With Iowa State

    All the motivation coach Kevin Ollie needs for UConn's East Regional semifinal Friday night against Iowa State is that the Cyclones beat UConn in its last NCAA appearance two years ago. But UConn was not the first team from Connecticut that Iowa State had...
  • Constantin Suffers Difficult Year as Revenue Drops 12%

    LONDON -- Leading German media company Constantin Medien has reported that 2013 was a "difficult" year, despite releasing the year's most-watched film in Germany, "Fack ju Goehte." Revenue stood at Euros 458.3 million ($630 million), 12% below the...
  • California struggling to enroll African Americans in Obamacare

    California struggling to enroll African Americans in Obamacare
    Latinos aren't the only sore spot for Covered California heading into Monday's enrollment deadline for Obamacare coverage. Very few African Americans have signed up statewide, and there's not much time to address the lackluster turnout. Wednesday, state...
  • New Allerton Hotel owner may return Tip Top Tap to its high point

    New Allerton Hotel owner may return Tip Top Tap to its high point
    Known for turning historic buildings into luxury getaways for his customers, the president and founder of Warwick International Hotels has made his bet in Chicago after a 10-year search. Richard Chiu's choice, the Allerton Hotel at 701 N. Michigan Ave.,...
  • Foleys Plead Guilty In Campaign Scheme Linked To Rowland

    Foleys Plead Guilty In Campaign Scheme Linked To Rowland
    HARTFORD — Businessman Brian Foley and his wife, former congressional candidate Lisa Wilson-Foley, admitted in court Monday that they used a sham consulting contract with former Gov. John G. Rowland to pay him for secret political assistance to...
  • Tom Brady Talks About Witnessing Boston Fire In Which Two Died

    A somber New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady saluted Boston firefighters who battled a nine-alarm blaze at a brownstone just doors down from his home Wednesday that killed two in the line of duty. Brady was among those who watched the Back Bay...
  • Boomer Esiason apologizes for Daniel Murphy C-section comment

    Boomer Esiason apologizes for Daniel Murphy C-section comment
    Boomer Esiason apologized repeatedly on Friday for suggesting New York Mets second baseman Daniel Murphy's wife should have scheduled a C-section during spring training so her husband wouldn't have to miss any regular-season games for the birth of their...