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  • Bill would boost disclosures in corporate settlements with U.S.

    WASHINGTON — Concerned that targets of federal investigations are getting off lightly, two senators proposed legislation requiring the government to disclose all the details about settlements that allow companies to duck trials on allegations of...
  • Watchdog Panel's Power Over Administrator Confirmed

    Gov. Dannel P. Malloy's reorganization of the state's so-called watchdog agencies has caused more trouble and distraction than the "reform" is worth. Fortunately, state Attorney General George Jepsen has recently injected a bit of order into the chaos....
  • Capsule: Harvard At UConn

    Site: Gampel Pavilion Time: Wednesday, 7 p.m. TV: ESPNU (Jimmy Bernetti, Tim Welsh, Andy Katz) Radio: WTIC-AM 1080, WILI-AM 1400. WELI-AM 960 (Joe D'Ambrosio, Wayne Norman) Series history: UConn, 16-2 Last meeting: UConn, 57-49, Dec. 7, 2012 at...
  • A loss in America East final wouldn't keep UMBC men's soccer out of NCAA tournament

    Having outlasted No. 5 seed Albany, 2-1, in double overtime in Wednesday night’s America East tournament semifinal at Retriever Soccer Park in Catonsville, the top-seeded UMBC men’s soccer team can take aim at its third tournament championship...
  • FSU basketball prepares for challenge against No. 22 UMass

    FSU is looking to build momentum as it heads into ACC play.  The Seminoles (7-3) are coming off what is arguably their most impressive win of the young season, defeating visiting Charlotte (7-3) 106-62 on Tuesday. Whether the type of dominant...
  • Bart Chilton takes a parting shot at Wall Street

    After almost 30 years in Washington, Bart Chilton will soon be taking his leave. For the past 61/2 years, he has been an outspoken member of the Commodity Futures Trading Commission, one of the financial industry's most important regulators. Chilton...
  • Teel Time: Turnovers, free throws pressing issues for 9-3 Virginia

    Taut basketball games often hinge on ball security and free-throw shooting. Sloppy turnovers and clanged foul shots in those inevitable, down-to-the-wire contests are a timeless recipe for frustration, defeat and Selection Sunday disappointment. So...
  • Electric cars may hold solution for power storage

    Electric cars may hold solution for power storage
    NEWARK, Del. — The thick blue cables and white boxes alongside an industrial garage here look like those in any electric-car charging station. But they work in a way that could upend the relationship Americans have with energy. The retrofitted...
  • Saturday's multi-sport local college roundup: W&M men fall at Drexel in CAA soccer final, seek NCAA at-large berth

    Men's soccer: Drexel beat William and Mary 1-0 in the Colonial Athletic Association tournament final in Philadelphia, leaving the Tribe some anxiety before the NCAA tournament bracket is released at noon Monday. The Dragons, who hosted the...
  • Md. regulators hear arguments in BGE rate case

    Md. regulators hear arguments in BGE rate case
    State regulators are now deep into the details of Baltimore Gas and Electric Co.'s request for higher rates, a case expected to wrap up by the end of the year — 10 months after the last increase went into effect. The Maryland Public Service...
  • Survey: Federal workers still willing to put in extra effort as job satisfaction drops

    After Japan's Fukushima nuclear plant melted down in 2011, Nathan Sanfilippo joined a team at the Nuclear Regulatory Commission charged with evaluating what went wrong and determining how to prevent a similar disaster in the United States. Developing a...