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  • MAC schools, ESPN say partnership offers exposure, but reveal few financial details

     MAC schools, ESPN say partnership offers exposure, but reveal few financial details
    Northern Illinois shooting guard Anthony Johnson's 3-pointer had barely dropped through the net when Patrick Gorman, perched in a cramped TV control room just off the arena floor, fired a string of commands. "We got a second angle?" Gorman said....
  • Under new Oregon law, all eligible voters are registered unless they opt out

    Under new Oregon law, all eligible voters are registered unless they opt out
    Americans are required to register if they want to vote; as of this week, Oregonians will have to register not to. In front of a packed and cheering audience Monday, Gov. Kate Brown signed a first-in-the-nation bill to automatically register all...
  • Chicago is pricey, but not the priciest city, for corporate travel

    Chicago is pricey, but not the priciest city, for corporate travel
    Travelers bound for Chicago on business can expect to pay about $369 per day for hotel, car and food, making it one of the 10 most expensive U.S. cities, according to a new study. Chicago ranks eighth among 100 U.S. cities in "per diem" costs,...
  • Mostly sunny and warm today

    Mostly sunny and warm today
    Expect an overall nice day with sun-splashed skies, a good breeze and warm temperatures. South Florida's Thursday forecast calls for afternoon highs in the mid-80s and evening readings in the mid-70s. There is a 20 percent chance of rain on Friday....
  • U.S. News names best grad schools for business, law, engineering

    U.S. News names best grad schools for business, law, engineering
    The University of Chicago, Northwestern and Illinois have some of the best graduate schools in the nation for business, law and engineering, according to a U.S. News and World Report list released Tuesday. U. of C. ranked fourth among law schools,...
  • 'Midnight Rider' director Randall Miller pleads guilty in train death

    'Midnight Rider' director Randall Miller pleads guilty in train death
    In a case that has become a rallying cry for movie set workers demanding safer conditions, Hollywood director Randall Miller pleaded guilty Monday to involuntary manslaughter in the film-set death last year of an assistant camera operator killed in a...
  • Robert Benmosche dies at 70; led financial giant AIG after U.S. bailout

    Robert Benmosche dies at 70; led financial giant AIG after U.S. bailout
    Robert Benmosche, the former president and chief executive of AIG who led the insurer's turnaround after its $182-billion government bailout, died of lung cancer Friday at NYU Langone Medical Center, the company said. He was 70. Benmosche became AIG's...
  • 'Jane the Virgin's' engaging alter ego, Gina Rodriguez

    'Jane the Virgin's' engaging alter ego, Gina Rodriguez
    It was just six months ago that a dejected Gina Rodriguez was hanging all her hopes on an improbable show about a pregnant twentysomething virgin. The 30-year-old actress had come off a rough year. A breakup had left her distraught, she'd moved out on...
  • Young adults can learn from Warren Buffett's shareholder letter

    Young adults can learn from Warren Buffett's shareholder letter
    Young investors who came of age during the last decade, which saw two bear markets, may understandably think that stocks are not worth the risk. But in his latest annual letter to shareholders, Warren Buffett, chief executive of Berkshire Hathaway and...
  • Decades after childhood recovery, survivors in 60s, 70s confront post-polio symptoms

    Decades after childhood recovery, survivors in 60s, 70s confront post-polio symptoms
    Wearing name tags, they sit around tables, with paper handouts full of research spread around them. Within reach are pens and paper. Also within reach, on the floor, are crutches, walkers and wheelchairs. Their attention is on Dr. Meg Lawton, a...
  • Friday's local interest college basketball roundup: Va. Wesleyan hits 15 3-pointers in NCAA first-round win

    Virginia Wesleyan sank 15 3-pointers Friday and beat John Carroll 101-86 in the NCAA Division III tournament's first round in Wayne, N.J. Warwick High graduate Breven Lyons’ 18 points and Kecoughtan alum Kaelin Poe’s 13 rebounds helped the...