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  • Trigger Warnings Help Chill Opposing Ideas

    Trigger Warnings Help Chill Opposing Ideas
    Trigger warning: This column will include discussion of ideas that may conflict with your own. Those accustomed to reading or listening only to liberal commentators may not be aware of "trigger warnings" and "safe zones" on college campuses. It seems...
  • Mervin D. Field dies at 94; creator of California opinion gauge now called Field Poll

    Mervin D. Field dies at 94; creator of California opinion gauge now called Field Poll
    In the late 1930s, Mervin D. Field was a high school student in Princeton, N.J., struggling to survive the Depression by parking cars, bagging groceries and working other odd jobs. One of those jobs changed his life, and ultimately, his adopted home...
  • Christie disclosed grand jury information, ex-official says

    TRENTON, N.J. The former Port Authority of New York and New Jersey official who pleaded guilty last month to federal criminal charges in the George Washington Bridge lane-closing case, now alleges in a separate legal matter that Gov. Chris Christie...
  • Wandering Eye: The brilliance of ClickHole, rethinking university endowments, and more

    Wandering Eye: The brilliance of ClickHole, rethinking university endowments, and more
    John Paulson's $400 million gift to Harvard's endowment just reinforces and perpetuates economic inequality, says this Quartz piece. Matt Phillips argues that Harvard doesn't need the money, and anyway, the endowment will just invest the gift in more...
  • 'I'm going to follow Lauren,' Michigan coach Jim Harbaugh tells football campers

    'I'm going to follow Lauren,' Michigan coach Jim Harbaugh tells football campers
    Lauren Loose, who will graduate from Easton High School this week, told high school football players Sunday how to be successful in life. In the process, she acquired a new fan. "I'm going to follow Lauren Loose," Michigan coach Jim Harbaugh said....
  • Terps show their pride in Annapolis

    Terps show their pride in Annapolis
    A celebratory mood prevailed on Friday evening at the Annapolis Downtown Marriott as the Maryland Pride Tour came to town. Approximately 250 fans and supporters showed up to mingle with head coaches from 10 varsity sports at the University of Maryland....
  • The 'Swaddled Generation' and the suppression of ideas

    The 'Swaddled Generation' and the suppression of ideas
    Trigger warning: This column will include discussion of ideas that may conflict with your own. Those accustomed to reading or listening only to liberal commentators may not be aware of “trigger warnings” and “safe zones” on...
  • Christie administration sues to halt ocean-blasting research

    Gov. Chris Christie's administration is seeking federal court action to halt research that involves blasting the ocean floor off New Jersey with sound waves. The state attorney general's office filed a complaint Friday in U.S. District Court arguing...
  • Ford CEO Mark Fields touts auto innovations

    PALO ALTO, Calif. Ford may have been relatively late to set up shop in Silicon Valley, but the company is no stranger to innovation. That was part of the message company CEO Mark Fields wanted to deliver when he and other members of Ford's top brass...
  • Eagles finalize scouting and personnel staffs

    Eagles finalize scouting and personnel staffs
    Louis Clark has been promoted to senior director of pro personnel, heading a list of sweeping changes the Philadelphia Eagles announced Wednesday to complete their personnel staff. In his new role, Clark will coordinate all aspects of the pro scouting...
  • Insurance Broker Stole $10M From Aetna

    HARTFORD - A Boston insurance broker pleaded guilty to fraud and money laundering charges Tuesday, admitting that she stole $10 million in institutional health policy premiums from Aetna. Federal prosecutors said Bonney J. Hebert, 59, former owner of the...