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  • Shelley Rouillard checks up on health plans in California

    Shelley Rouillard checks up on health plans in California
    The gig: As director of the California Department of Managed Health Care, Shelley Rouillard is the chief regulator for health plans that cover more than 21 million Californians. She's also a major player in the state's implementation of the federal health...
  • Recession's aftermath still has nation in anxious mood about economy, report says

    PITTSBURGH If the Labor Day parade committee chose a theme color for this year's event, marchers might be wearing black to represent the years of lost ground in wages for workers at nearly every income level. It also would reflect the gloomy national...
  • Once a Penn State fan, Pen Argyl's Evans returns to play linebacker for Akron

    Once a Penn State fan, Pen Argyl's Evans returns to play linebacker for Akron
    Dylan Evans has attended Penn State games since he was 8 years old, sitting with his grandfather in section EJU of Beaver Stadium. As a Pen Argyl senior, he went to the Penn State-Alabama game in 2011. A few months later, Evans visited Akron, which...
  • A discredited old yarn resurfaces about who 'invented' email

    The Huffington Post has been running an enormous five-part series about the invention of email. It's a heartwarming story. It begins: "In 1978, a 14-year-old boy invented email."  It continues: "Email wasn't created, with a massive research budget, in...
  • Defensive football players to watch in the 2014 season

    Defensive football players to watch in the 2014 season
    Jordan Adams Franklin, cornerback, senior A two-way standout, the 6-foot-1, 160-pound 3-star Rivals.com prospect had seven interceptions and 10 pass deflections as an All-Metro second-team corner, helping the Class 3A state champions hold opponents to...
  • First and 20: Thanks for playing, Big Ten

    The Sports Xchange By Anthony Gimino, The Sports Xchange First and 20: Thanks for playing, Big Ten A moment of silence, please, for the Big Ten. The league's demise played out in prime time Saturday night. Each click of the remote brought more damning...
  • Parents add concerns about sexual assault on campus as kids head off to college

    HACKENSACK, N.J. Terry Anzano, whose daughter is leaving for college this month, has heard the reports about the danger of sexual violence on campus. She worries about the risks inherent in a culture of binge drinking and promiscuity. "Our heads are...
  • Social Media May Stifle, Not Enlarge Debate

    As an active, albeit measured, user of social media, I've been skeptical of arguments that online forums like Facebook and Twitter are the great equalizer. Some social media proponents believe that such tools unshackle public opinion and promote the...
  • Fall Season Gets Underway With Author Talks

    Fall Season Gets Underway With Author Talks
    Susan Schoenberger, author of "The Virtues of Oxygen," will speak Wednesday, Sept. 10 at 7 p.m., at a free Tolland Public Library Foundation's Eaton-Dimock-King Authors Series event at Tolland Town Hall, 21 Tolland Green. The novel is about Vivian and...
  • Economic disaster looms for Atlantic City

    ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. The Atlantic City region is on the brink of a short-term economic disaster. Thirty-six years ago, Atlantic City opened the first legal casinos in the United States outside Las Vegas. Now, casino employment which for years exceeded...
  • Prostate cancer doesn't always mean treatment

    Prostate cancer doesn't always mean treatment
    "Cancer" is a very scary word, which is why being diagnosed with prostate cancer can trigger a dramatic reaction in men and doctors that can do more harm than good, new studies report. About 1 in 7 men are diagnosed with prostate cancer in their...