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  • Financial literacy means financial security

    A theme I have discussed in past columns is the need for improved financial literacy. Those who lack a sound understanding of personal finance principles will likely fail to make the right decisions about saving, investing, minimizing expenses, securing...
  • FCC expected to propose dropping UHF discount from TV ownership caps

    The Federal Communications Commission is expected on Thursday to propose eliminating a key component of its television ownership rules that could have significant implications for broadcasters. Under review is the value the FCC puts on a UHF signal...
  • 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...
  • Pipeline may affect drinking water, activists fear

    Pipeline may affect drinking water, activists fear
    Environmental activists warn that construction of a 21-mile natural gas pipeline through northern Baltimore and Harford counties could affect the region's drinking-water system, as the $180 million project cuts across more than three dozen streams feeding...
  • Virginia, Joe Harris look to regain identity in ACC opener at Florida State

     Virginia, Joe Harris look to regain identity in ACC opener at Florida State
    In the wake of Monday's 87-52 loss at Tennessee, there have been no closed-door, players-only meetings in Charlottesville this week, no tirades by Virginia's upperclassmen or coaches and no panicked philosophical adjustments. Even recently slumping...
  • 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....
  • 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...
  • John Guy Cesare Jr.

    John Guy Cesare Jr.
    John Guy Cesare Jr., a utility engineer who earned degrees in both the nuclear field and theology, served aboard Navy submarines in the Cold War and later volunteered for Baltimore's poor and homeless, died of cancer Jan. 8 at Gilchrist Hospice Care in...
  • FDA says new cholesterol drugs may not need outcome studies

    FDA says new cholesterol drugs may not need outcome studies
    Members of an experimental class of cholesterol-lowering drugs could get U.S. regulatory approval based on their ability to lower "bad" cholesterol, and may not need to show that they reduce the risk of heart attack and stroke, the Food and Drug...
  • Burbank residents appeal Glenoaks post office closure

    Burbank residents appeal Glenoaks post office closure
    A group of Burbank residents is protesting the planned closure of the Glenoaks post office, which postal officials said would save the cash-strapped agency $740,270 over the next decade. However, one postal official said this week that the decision to...