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  • 6 reasons American voters prefer governors for president

    WASHINGTON With their presidential competitors in the Senate silenced by a break until mid-April, the governors eyeing the White House can flex their executive muscles before less-distracted voters. Last week, for example, while the Senate spent hours...
  • Genevieve Thiers launches investment fund for women entrepreneurs

    Genevieve Thiers launches investment fund for women entrepreneurs
    Genevieve Thiers ⇒ says successful women need to give back to other female entrepreneurs — and with a new investment fund, High Note Enterprises, she’s backing that belief with cash. “Everyone says — and they’re...
  • USC says unsealed documents in McNair defamation case prove NCAA bias

    USC says unsealed documents in McNair defamation case prove NCAA bias
    The unsealing of nearly 500 pages of documents in Todd McNair's defamation lawsuit against the NCAA provided a window into the way the governing body for college sports conducted its investigation and punished McNair and USC. It was also evident there...
  • Analysis: Can Cruz ride wave of rage all the way to the White House?

    WASHINGTON Ted Cruz is known for one thing: He's relentlessly opposed to President Barack Obama, even if it means shutting down the government to reverse him. Now as he launches his bid for the 2016 Republican presidential nomination, the senator from...
  • Donald Sterling adds wife, doctors to lawsuit against NBA

    Donald Sterling adds wife, doctors to lawsuit against NBA
    Donald Sterling has added his wife, Rochelle, and two doctors as defendants in his federal lawsuit against the NBA over the forced sale of the Clippers, alleging that they were part of a wide-ranging conspiracy to remove him as the team’s owner....
  • UNH hosting 2nd robotics competition

    Nearly 2,000 high school students from teams in New Hampshire, Maine, Massachusetts and Connecticut are participating in a FIRST Robotics Competition at the University of New Hampshire this month. The competition pits teams of high school students &#...
  • Peter S. Smith

    Peter S. Smith
    Peter S. Smith, a longtime Baltimore attorney who pioneered programs that provided legal representation to the city's poor and disenfranchised, died Feb. 14 at his Durham, N.H., home of complications of lymphoma. The former Mount Washington resident was...
  • Atlas rocket to launch magnetic field satellites

    Atlas rocket to launch magnetic field satellites
    An Atlas V rocket is scheduled to launch from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station at 10:44 p.m. Thursday night carrying satellites designed to help scientists understand magnetic storms in space. The Air Force is projecting a 70 percent chance of...
  • Don't watch presidential polling _ Americans aren't tuned in

    Wondering who's up and who's down in the 2016 presidential race? Go for a run, tend the garden, clean the closet, remove the lint from the dryer, and then do it all over again because it's going to be a long time before the polls will tell us much...
  • George Yasso appointed Bethlehem interim controller

    George Yasso appointed Bethlehem interim controller
    George Yasso, a financial adviser, was picked by Bethlehem City Council on Monday to become the interim controller, filling a vacancy created by the death of David T. DiGiacinto. In accepting the appointment, Yasso said he knows he has big shoes to...
  • NASA Langley is home base for major winter air pollution study

    NASA Langley is home base for major winter air pollution study
    Scientists have a handle on what happens to air pollution spewing from tailpipes and smokestacks in the summer when sunlight and moisture can quickly interact with and transform key pollutants. They know far less about what happens to those pollutants...