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Why does the bigotry of Bill O'Reilly deserve the exposure of a regular column in your paper? The defense of Catholicism has a new leader in Pope Francis I, who has more than enough to cope with within the Curia. O'Reilly writes, "The prince of peace...
Hilary Koprowski, a Polish-born researcher who developed the first successful oral vaccine for polio, has died. He was 96. Koprowski died of pneumonia April 11 at his Philadelphia home, said his son, Dr. Christopher Koprowski, a radiation oncologist....
On Friday, March 8, 2013, the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) issued a new rule to bring the mandatory Country of Origin Labeling (COOL) regulations into compliance with the July 2012 decision of the World Trade Organization (WTO) Appellate...
National political leaders, gay rights groups and entertainment icons on Monday spoke in support of Jason Collins, the first active professional athlete to come out as gay. The 34-year-old Los Angeles native, who helped lead Harvard-Westlake School to...
Question: I have lived in my current apartment building for three years with no problems, but recently a new manager took over. I originally came to the U.S. on a work visa; I was born and raised in China and speak Cantonese as my first language. As a...
The Hartford CourantQuinnipiac University has agreed to expand sports programs for women to settle a class-action lawsuit by female student athletes who claimed that the school denied them athletic opportunities that it offered to men. The school has promised to generally...
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The Hartford CourantA proposal to enshrine the rights of homeless people into law is moving swiftly through the General Assembly, putting Connecticut at the vanguard of a growing national movement. The legislation would establish a separate "bill of rights" for the state's...
Rep. Judy Chu (D-Monterey Park) wants the American Sikh community to have their interests represented in Congress, so she launched a new, bipartisan, American-Sikh Congressional caucus on Wednesday. Chu is co-chairing the new caucus with Rep. David...
Lisa Harrison weighed 527 pounds on the day she was fired from her job at a Louisiana drug addiction treatment center. The 5-foot-2-inch Harrison, who believed her employer considered her "disabled" due to her weight, filed a discrimination charge with...
WSBT-TVSOUTH BEND -- A popular 24-hour restaurant must change the way it treats its employees, especially women, after a discrimination lawsuit. Nick's Patio recently agreed to pay a former employee thousands of dollars to make up for what happened when her...
Paul Kevin Curtis said he didn't even know what ricin was. Certainly not a lethal poison. But jail can be a swift teacher. "I thought they said 'rice,' " Curtis said of the federal authorities who arrested him last week on charges of trying to...
Bohemian Theatre Ensemble received the most nominations in Chicago's 2013 Non-Equity Jeff Awards, the volunteer Joseph Jefferson Awards Committee announced Tuesday. Bohemian shows admired by the committee included “The Spitfire Grill” and...
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