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  • Report: Aircraft carrier Gerald R. Ford likely to exceed current cost estimate

    The Navy's cost-managing strategy for aircraft carrier Gerald R. Ford "obscures visibility" of its true price tag, and Congress should consider revising the law to improve accountability, a federal watchdog agency said Thursday. The first-in-class...
  • Teachers union, advocates protest and ask CPS to act on costly borrowing

     Teachers union, advocates protest and ask CPS to act on costly borrowing
    Nearly 50 people gathered at Chicago City Hall on Thursday calling for city and school officials to try to recoup money spent on costly school borrowing deals. Some demonstrators were eventually removed by police. The Chicago Teachers Union and other...
  • FAA should curb its regulatory authority over commercial drone use

    For more than half a century, the Federal Aviation Administration has piloted the development of sensible aviation regulation in the United States. Unfortunately, when Congress enacted legislation in 2012 directing the FAA to craft rules for small...
  • Hard-Charging Huskies Settle For Tie

    Hard-Charging Huskies Settle For Tie
    HARTFORD – Evan Richardson had come down the wing and fired the puck off the post, low and to the left of RPI goalie Scott Diebold. It was early in the third period, perhaps the most precise and lively 20 minutes UConn has put together all season,...
  • UConn Hockey: Limiting Mistakes Is Focus For RPI

    UConn Hockey: Limiting Mistakes Is Focus For RPI
    STORRS – The UConn hockey team isn't likely to win many games in which it doesn't play well for three periods. The roster doesn't feature a player who will consistently bail out the Huskies on an off night. "We don't have LeBron," coach Mike...
  • Virginia Tech's Wade Hansen experiences unlikely rise from humble football roots

    BLACKSBURG — There are blue-chip recruits, the borderline prospects that need to find the right position in college, guys that might be able to make an impact for a college football program if they get all the breaks — and then there's Wade...
  • William and Mary men's basketball | CAA preview

    Colonial Athletic Association The Colonial Athletic Association re-invents itself. Membership finally has stabilized after the last round of conference realignment, providing a (mostly) comfortable balance in scheduling and travel. Elon's addition...
  • PennEast wants to push pipeline deeper into the Lehigh Valley

    PennEast wants to push pipeline deeper into the Lehigh Valley
    Builders of the proposed PennEast Pipeline plan to push deeper into the Lehigh Valley to reach potential industrial customers in the Lower Saucon and Bethlehem areas. Under a proposal discussed with federal regulators last month, PennEast would build a...
  • Stamford's Ryan Haggerty's Goal: Get To New York

    Stamford's Ryan Haggerty's Goal: Get To New York
    HARTFORD — When his collegiate season ended in March, Ryan Haggerty embarked on a professional hockey career. But rather than stepping off the RPI campus and onto the AHL ice, Haggerty reported for duty with the New York Rangers. He was just 21...
  • Exelon profit rises on higher utility sales

    Exelon profit rises on higher utility sales
    Chicago-based Exelon's profit rose 26 percent in the third quarter on higher revenue at its regulated utilities. The country's largest owner of nuclear power plants, Exelon reported net income of $993 million, or $1.15 per share, versus $738 million, or...
  • Consumer Office Says CL&P Consultant Dishonest In Rate Case

    Consumer Office Says CL&P Consultant Dishonest In Rate Case
    The state's top consumer advocate is accusing Connecticut Light & Power of submitting manipulated evidence and dishonest testimony to utility regulators regarding its controversial $221 million rate case. Seeking sanctions against the state's largest...