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  • Connecticut Attorney General Likes What the Feds Are Doing on Nuke Waste

    The Nuclear Regulatory Commission - prompted by the federal courts - is now doing a study on the possible environmental problems of long-term storage of tons of spent nuclear fuel at nuke plants around the nation. Connecticut's Attorney General George...
  • Teel Time: ESPN's Bilas bullish on Virginia's NCAA tournament chances

    As Virginia prepares for a home game Thursday against Duke that convention suggests is crucial to its NCAA tournament prospects, one of college basketball’s most-visible analysts disagrees. “They’re in,” ESPN’s Jay Bilas...
  • ACC All Access: Return of Mike Tobey is a positive development for Virginia's Akil Mitchell and Darion Atkins

    Mike Tobey still looked like he was moving in slow motion at times as he ran up and down the John Paul Jones Arena court Sunday in Virginia’s 82-54 win against Georgia Tech. It didn’t matter. Just the fact he was on the floor in the first...
  • Teel Time: NCAA selection chairman talks non-conference schedules; take note, Virginia

    Mike Tranghese, then commissioner of the Big East, is the first NCAA selection chairman I recall touting non-conference strength of schedule. The year was 2001, and Tranghese’s panel had not only included 16-14 Georgia in the bracket but also seeded...
  • Teel Time: How might RPI influence Virginia, North Carolina NCAA hopes?

    Teel Time: How might RPI influence Virginia, North Carolina NCAA hopes?
    As Virginia and North Carolina prepare for a noon matinee Saturday that will have XL impact on their NCAA tournament credentials, here are some points to consider, courtesy of selection committee chairman Mike Bobinski. The outgoing athletic director at...
  • Virginia enters crucial stretch with trip to Chapel Hill

    With Virginia enjoying the kind of success that could make it a serious candidate to carve out a spot in the NCAA tournament, it's no surprise Cavaliers forward Akil Mitchell doesn't want his coaches or teammates to change anything about their approach as...
  • Teel Time: Surging Virginia still has difficult path to NCAA tournament

    Virginia ranks second nationally in scoring defense, is tied for third with Duke in the ACC and has won three consecutive games. Such credentials usually translate to NCAA tournament bid contention. But the Cavaliers face a long, improbable slog if...
  • Teel Time: Duke, N.C. State strong, but ACC lacks basketball depth thus far

    The non-conference portion of the ACC basketball season ended in familiar fashion Wednesday night. Duke won with defense, Miami beat a quality opponent, Georgia Tech bested a lightweight, and Florida State endured a disappointing loss. The lone...
  • Obama should sidestep Congress

    Obama should sidestep Congress
    Incumbent presidents don't run for reelection simply to preserve first-term accomplishments. Presidents and presidential candidates are men and women of big ambition, driven by the immense self-confidence required to run for the job and a desire to...
  • Loyola's game against Bucknell could have NCAA implications

    Loyola's game against Bucknell could have NCAA implications
    What started out as the final game of a competitive four-year series between the men's basketball teams at Loyola and Bucknell became something more last summer. Friday night's game at Reitz Arena has become a preview, a taste of what the future holds for...
  • Malloy, The Supposed 'Transparency' Governor, Blasted As 'Foe Of FOI'

    Dannel P. Malloy came into office as governor two years ago saying he's committed to "open and transparent" government, but recent events have put that assertion in question. "Transparent" and "transparency" are the words that leaders use these days...