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NYNewsday.comAs Joshua Altesman heads out into the working world, the 25-year-old recent graduate of Northeastern University Law School said he would not have serious qualms working in a building located at Ground Zero. While he would worry about the possibility of...
The Hartford CourantHe's still the mayor. There was Eddie A. Perez, off to the side in the high, bright atrium at city hall on Friday morning. He had just finished the coffee, the handshakes and the hugs and was ready to speak about a new mobile medical van that brings...
Tribune senior correspondentHere's a recipe for life in the de-industrialized Midwest: Take one factory. Scrap the heavy equipment Decontaminate the waste. Expose the thick beams and brickwork. Toss up some drywall, run a few pipes and connect the track lighting. Throw down...
One of the fallouts from a bad economy is store closings. Circuit City, KB Toys and Boscov's department stores are a few of the companies that have announced they were closing some of their doors in this area. But as stores disappear, don't get caught...
Premium Health News ServiceWhen a new U.S. President takes the oath of office, he often exudes a youthful optimism. President Obama has been hard at work since the inauguration, but when he leaves Washington, D.C., will he visibly wear the stress of his position? According to a...
Sun reporterFor years, the scientific evidence has been accumulating. The latest, published this week, once again showed that thimerosal, a mercury-based preservative long used in childhood vaccines, does not cause the neurological disorders associated with the U.S....
Chicago Tribune correspondentSHENANDOAH, Pa. — Under an elliptical moon, the sight of an illegal Mexican immigrant alone with a 15-year-old hometown girl seemed to push the beer-fueled high school football players into deadly violence. "Isn't it a little late for you guys to...
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Baltimore Sun reportersThe headlines have had a similar ring: A Frederick County man underwater on his mortgage kills himself and his family. A man accused of financial improprieties does the same while staying at a Towson hotel. A top official with Freddie Mac, a company...
DETROIT - General Motors Corp.'s auditors have raised "substantial doubt" about the troubled automaker's ability to continue operations, and the company said it may have to seek bankruptcy protection if it can't execute a huge restructuring plan. The...
Tribune staff reportersAmerica's largest foodmaker and its biggest cigarette company for years have likened themselves to distant siblings, giants that just happened to be owned by the same parent company. In fact, Kraft Foods Inc. and Philip Morris USA have pooled expertise...
Houston leads the nation in black on black youth homicides which are up 139% according to FBI statistics. The statistics on youth between 14 and 24 years old were compiled by two Northeastern University professors who wrote a report on crime between 2000...
Tags: Murder, Crimes, FBI, Social Issues, Crime, Law and Justice
The number of young black men and teenagers who either killed or were killed in shootings has risen at an alarming rate since 2000, a new study shows. The study, to be released Monday by criminologists at Northeastern University in Boston, comes as FBI...
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