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Commuters on Monday grappled with the inconvenience of their morning ritual after a deadly train collision in Connecticut last week, but the traffic nightmare that some had predicted did not materialize. Special shuttle buses and telecommuting took some...
Adam Lanza studied other mass killers before he stormed Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Conn., in December, killing 20 students and six adults, officials said. Officials had previously disclosed finding materials pertaining to Norwegian mass-...
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Make sure those Internet connections are working: The long-awaited return of ABC's long-running daytime dramas "All My Children," and "One Life to Live" is coming to a computer/tablet/phone near you when new episodes of the soaps make their online debut...
A New York television anchorman who was the face of WCBS-TV resigned Wednesday amid allegations he tried to strangle his wife. Rob Morrison, whose booking photo showing a bloodied face has been circulating on the Internet the last few days, spent...
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A New York television anchorman appeared in a Connecticut court Tuesday to be arraigned on charges that he choked his wife, a fellow journalist, in an altercation at their home. Rob Morrison, 44, appeared in Superior Court in Stamford, Conn., to face...
In the aftermath of the Newtown school shooting, Connecticut towns are grappling with whether to allow gun shows to be held as scheduled, with several events already having been canceled while one show is still set for this weekend. A gun show...
The body of Newtown, Conn., shooter Adam Lanza was claimed by his father last week, a family spokesman said Monday. Peter Lanza claimed his son's body from the Connecticut medical examiner last Thursday, said family spokesman Errol Cockfield. “...
Joan Roberts, who originated the female lead role of Laurey in the 1943 Broadway production of Rodgers & Hammerstein's long-running hit musical "Oklahoma!" and made a final return to Broadway after a more than five-decade absence in a 2001 revival of...
Harry Harrison Science fiction author's work inspired 'Soylent Green' Harry Harrison, 87, an author whose space-age spoofs delighted generations of science fiction fans, died Wednesday in southern England, according to his friend and fellow sci-fi...
The brown-leather journal is my passport to Sept. 11, 2001. When I hold it in my hands, images and memories are no further away than yesterday. I had no notebook with me when my husband and I dropped our children, 8 and 4, at school that morning. Then...
Jacob E. Goldman, the former Xerox chief scientist who created the company's famed Palo Alto Research Center, whose scientists and engineers invented the modern personal computer in the 1970s and developed an array of other pioneering computing...
Nation NowSince January of last year, the number of cows in Texas has decreased by about 600,000, a 12% drop from about 5 million cows at the beginning of the year, David Anderson, who monitors beef markets for the Texas AgriLife Extension Service, told The Times....
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