| Nov 9, 2011
| 5:32 PM
For decades, Penn State was the college football program that stood for the varsity jacket-wearing, golden era of college athletics.
Even as other schools stumbled, tarnishing the sport's image with stories of recruiting violations and player...
| Jul 18, 2012
| 2:05 PM
Kids who are allergic to foods can overcome their reactions through therapy that involves giving them increasing doses of the specific foods, according to a new study from Johns Hopkins Children’s Center and other hospitals.
The research adds to...
| Aug 3, 2012
| 3:28 PM
Pits and pieces from the local sports scene.
Library to display exhibition of baseball memorabilia: The Baseball Reliquary presents "Bad Moon Rising: Baseball and the Summer of '68," an exhibition chronicling the extraordinary baseball season of 1968,...
| Nov 27, 2007
When Hillary Clinton opened her Washington townhouse for a political fundraiser last fall, the highlight for a select few came after the movers and shakers wrote their checks and left.
Despite her fame and power, Clinton keeps in regular touch with the...
| Jul 25, 2009
E. Lynn Harris, a bestselling author of popular black fiction who shattered barriers by writing about gay characters in novels such as "Invisible Life" and "Just As I Am: A Novel," died Thursday night at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles. He...
| Jul 25, 2009
LOS ANGELES -- E. Lynn Harris, a bestselling author of popular black fiction who shattered barriers by writing about gay characters in novels such as "Invisible Life" and "Just As I Am: A Novel," died Thursday night at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los...
| Dec 25, 2005
SPRINGDALE, Ark. -- A couple of times each week, to get away from it all, Mitch Mustain heads to his town's tiny airport. He punches in at Pinnacle, an executive charter company, and spends a shift handling $10 million Learjets that ferry businessmen to...