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  • 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...
  • Wednesday's multi-sport college and local roundup: Peninsula District graduates Holland, Robinson gain top football honors in CIAA

    Colleges: Football: Chowan senior receiver Robert Holland, a Woodside High graduate whose 325 receptions are the most all-time by any NCAA Division II player, was named the Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association Offensive Player of the Year....
  • 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...
  • 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...
  • Madison Avenue Merger: Omnicom, Publicis Combination To Reshape Industry

    Two of the world's biggest advertising companies said Sunday they would merge, in a maneuver likely to affect big-spending marketers like PepsiCo and Coca-Cola as well as media companies like CBS, News Corp. and Walt Disney who count on ad dollars to help...
  • Carson poised to declare contamination 'emergency'

    Carson poised to declare contamination 'emergency'
    The Carson City Council is poised to vote Monday on declaring a "local emergency" as part of an effort to speed the cleanup of a residential neighborhood that sits atop an old oil tank farm. The resolution cites the presence of "explosive methane gas,...
  • Will San Onofre shutdown affect rates?

    Laguna Beach residents will probably have to wait several months to find out whether their electricity rates will change as a result of the San Onofre Nuclear Generating Station's closure. Southern California Edison has already raised rates and San Diego...
  • Ratepayers should bear part of San Onofre closure cost, utility says

    Ratepayers should bear part of San Onofre closure cost, utility says
    SACRAMENTO — Preparing for months of battle over who should pay the estimated $4.1-billion cost of permanently shutting down the San Onofre nuclear power plant, which closed in June, Southern California Edison has launched a public relations...
  • 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...
  • 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...