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  • Study: Fewer kids have severe mental problems; more get help

    Contrary to public perception and horrific cases that make headlines, serious mental problems are declining among the nation's youth, and there has been a big rise in how many are getting help, a new study finds. The study is mostly good news: More...
  • Correction: Obit-Peter Gay story

    In a story May 12 about the death of historian Peter Gay, The Associated Press incorrectly referred to German author Karl May as Ernest May. A corrected version of the story is below: Peter Gay, intellectual historian, dead at age 91 Peter Gay, prize-...
  • Professor seeks retraction of Science article he co-authored

    Citing irregularities on the part of his colleague, a prominent Columbia University professor has asked Science magazine to retract a study he co-authored last year about the ability of openly gay canvassers to shift voters' views toward support for same-...
  • China denying passports to restrict critics, minorities

    Hand your passport to police or it will be canceled, read the notice to all 4.4 million residents of far-northwestern China's Ili Kazakh Autonomous Prefecture. The demand would now seem outrageous to most Chinese, who more than a decade since passport...
  • Recent editorials published in Indiana newspapers

    Journal & Courier, Lafayette. May 15, 2015. Buying back Indiana's post-RFRA reputation Tourism cheerleaders in Indiana have been taking stock of their dimmed prospects after this spring's struggle over the Religious Freedom Restoration Act. For all the...
  • Community news for Windsor Locks edition

    11th Annual Windsor Locks Athletic Hall of Fame Golf Tournament WINDSOR LOCKS – The 11 Annual Windsor Locks Athletic Hall of Fame Golf Tournament will be held Saturday, May 16, Suffield Country Club. The tournament will be 4 person Scramble with...
  • Republicans use Baltimore to relaunch the war on the War on Poverty

    After a brief lull, the GOP war on the War on Poverty is back on. As the debate in Baltimore turns toward how to bring economic opportunity to poor cities, Republicans are arguing, again, that the government assistance programs launched by President...
  • Greenberg Appointed To West Hartford School Board

    WEST HARTFORD — The board of education voted Tuesday to accept Cheryl Greenberg as its newest member. Greenberg, a professor at Trinity College, was selected to fill a vacancy left by Democrat Jillian Gilchrest, who resigned in March. Greenberg...
  • Behind the impasse that led USC's 2016 MFA students to withdraw in protest

    Behind the impasse that led USC's 2016 MFA students to withdraw in protest
    The graduate class of 2016 at USC’s Roski School of Art and Design withdrew in protest Friday from the visual arts program over administration and curriculum changes. The master of fine arts students publicly posted a letter on the website Art &...
  • How Bill Clinton's political legacy is causing problems for Hillary

    WASHINGTON With Bill Clinton's approval rating surpassing both his wife's and the current president's, he would seem like an ideal surrogate for Hillary Clinton's presidential campaign. He also, however, comes with political baggage in the form of a...
  • James D. Hardesty

    James D. Hardesty
    James D. Hardesty, who rose from the Alex. Brown & Sons mailroom to be a co-founder of Hardesty Capital Management, from which he recently retired, died Tuesday of complications from liver disease at Greater Baltimore Medical Center. The Ruxton resident...