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  • Insiders reap rewards of Chris Christie's Camden tax breaks

    Under Gov. Chris Christie, New Jersey has provided more than $2 billion in state tax breaks since 2014, often to corporations with political connections and at least once to a developer who already owed millions in unpaid state loans, according to an...
  • Colleges give Clinton an A � and campaign millions

    BERKELEY, Calif. In December, hundreds of volunteers signed up for Hillary Clinton at the University of California, Berkeley more than at any other campus in the nation when the Ready for Hillary bus rolled through town nearly two years before America...
  • Has rough season for college hoops taken luster off March?

    On a cold night on Tobacco Road, North Carolina and Duke went back and forth in an overtime thriller. It was gripping, edge-of-your seat stuff. Tense down to the final second. In short, it looked nothing like the Blue Devils' game against Florida State...
  • Global warming that brought crazy winters may be driving crazy summers: study

    Global warming that brought crazy winters may be driving crazy summers: study
    Is the rapid melting of the Arctic paying us back for our greenhouse gas emissions by messing with the jet stream — which carries weather through the northern hemisphere? And could that, in turn, explain recent breakouts of extremes all around the...
  • Separating facts and opinions as college lacrosse season's midpoint nears

    Separating facts and opinions as college lacrosse season's midpoint nears
    In Baltimore, at least, the snow has mostly melted and college lacrosse wins and losses and have taken on greater importance after more than a month's worth of games. As we head toward the season's midpoint, trends are beginning to emerge. Here's my...
  • Building the NCAA tournament bracket: A look inside the process

    Building the NCAA tournament bracket: A look inside the process
    INDIANAPOLIS — At NCAA headquarters, the basketball enthusiasts view Selection Sunday as Christmas morning. This mock selection exercise would be akin to Thanksgiving. "So let's eat," says David Worlock, the NCAA point man for this event....
  • See finalists in Schadt String Competition

    See finalists in Schadt String Competition
    See talented young violinists in a free concert Sunday, March 8, when they perform in the 19th annual Schadt String Competition at Miller Symphony Hall in Allentown. A prelminary round was held Jan. 16 at WDIY in Bethlehem. Nine semifinalists were...
  • Mikulski leaves the Senate a changed place for women

    Mikulski leaves the Senate a changed place for women
    When Barbara A. Mikulski first stepped onto the Senate floor in 1987, she saw only one other female senator. They were required to wear skirts and were prohibited from using the male-only gym. But as the retiring Maryland Democrat prepares to relinquish...
  • No. 1 Terps defeat UMBC, 14-7, in women's lacrosse

    No. 1 Terps defeat UMBC, 14-7, in women's lacrosse
    Taylor Cummings (McDonogh) and Zoe Stukenberg (Marriotts Ridge) scored four goals each to power No. 1 Maryland (4-0) to a 14-7 victory over visiting UMBC (3-3) on Wednesday night. Maryland opened with a 4-0 run and used a seven-goal run to go up 12-2....
  • Ben Zeisloft's outside shooting a plus for Indiana

    Ben Zeisloft's outside shooting a plus for Indiana
    He was brought to Indiana to bring experience and shooting ability to a new-look Hoosier program. Over the last week, Nick Zeisloft has put both of those attributes on display. The redshirt junior has been the Hoosiers' hottest hand from the perimeter...
  • UConn President: Proposed Cuts Could Lead To 'Whole Chain Of Bad Things For Students'

    UConn President: Proposed Cuts Could Lead To 'Whole Chain Of Bad Things For Students'
    HARTFORD — UConn President Susan Herbst said Tuesday that layoffs, furlough days, fewer faculty and cuts in academic departments and financial aid for new students are all among the options that would have to be considered under a proposed state...