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Checking In From The Frozen Four In Pittsburgh; Some Hockey Links To Keep You Busy; The Madness Starts WednesdayGreetings from Pittsburgh, where on Wednesday all participating Frozen Four teams will be on the ice at the CONSOL Energy Center. If you're heading this way and looking to attend, the schedule of Wednesday practices open to the public is as follows:...
Ten years ago, a Palestinian suicide bomber detonated himself at a cafe in the German Colony neighborhood of Jerusalem. Seven people were killed, including David Applebaum, an American-born emergency-room doctor who had treated countless victims of...
Two of the pictures in today’s Chicago Tribune are remarkable for their timing and content. The wonderful front-page photo by John Tlumacki of the Boston Globe has to be an eventual prize winner. His colleague David L. Ryan's great shot on Page...
Tags: Chicago Tribune
NEW YORK (AP) — The Boston Marathon explosions and their aftermath were captured in chilling images that ran as relentless tape loops of terror online and on TV networks Monday, a sickeningly familiar routine in an age of violence designed for...
Hours after the Boston Marathon explosions, YouTube launched a spotlight page with news videos as readers continued to search the Internet for information about the blasts that killed at least three people and injured dozens of victims. The video-...
After a tense decade of air raid sirens, duck-and-cover drills and fears of Soviet superiority, hope for America came in an unlikely form in the late 1950s: a lanky, 23-year-old Texan with a head full of curls and huge hands that ranged across a piano...
Tags: Music Industry, Elvis Presley, Heroism, Russia, Chicago Tribune
Tribune Co. has hired investment bankers to sell off its newspaper unit, which includes The Los Angeles Times, Chicago Tribune and The Hartford Courant, according to a person familiar with the situation. The company has hired Evercore and J.P. Morgan to...
Like his bosses, Mike Foltynewicz is a baseball optimist. He can see the Astros rising out of the ashes they find themselves in at the beginning of the Jim Crane era. "In three or four years, we're going to be a fun team,'' said Foltynewicz, a 21-year-...
Tags: Ed Wade , Thomas Ricketts, Bud Selig, Mark Appel, Chicago White Sox
You look at Hannah Kearney’s record beginning with the 2010 Olympics, and you figure it has to be a misprint. I mean, how does anyone win the Olympic gold in freestyle moguls and then 18 of the next 21 events on the World Cup circuit –...
Tags: FIFA World Cup, Hannah Kearney
Hollywood makes movies, of course, but just as important — or maybe more so — it makes stars. But as Boston Globe film critic Ty Burr argues in “Gods Like Us: On Movie Stardom and Modern Fame,” the manufacture and maintenance of...
When Whitey Bulger was arrested in Santa Monica late on the afternoon of June 22, 2011, it brought to an end one of the longest, and strangest, manhunts in U.S. history. Nearly 82, Bulger had spent 15 years hiding in plain sight in an apartment complex...
Tags: Criminals, Organized Crime, Jack Nicholson, John Adams, FBI
Staff writerThe Sunday morning guest list includes familiar names: Sens. John McCain, Lindsey Graham and Charles Schumer. But there's also former Republican presidential candidate Jon Huntsman. And Dan Pfeiffer, assistant and senior adviser to President Barack Obama,...
Apr 9, 2013 |Story| Hartford Courant
Apr 16, 2013 |Column| Allentown Morning Call
Apr 16, 2013 |Story| Chicago Tribune
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Feb 28, 2013 |Story| Los Angeles Times
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Apr 6, 2013 |Column| Chicago Tribune
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Feb 23, 2013 |Story| Chicago Tribune
Mar 1, 2013 |Story| Los Angeles Times
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