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New Haven (New Haven, Connecticut)

New Haven (New Haven, Connecticut)
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  • The Times' Joe McCarthy

    In his Feb. 26 , Jonah Goldberg provides us with textbook examples of the logical fallacies employed to such good effect by Joseph McCarthy and his minions in the 1950s. I thought we had driven a stake through the heart of McCarthyism, and that Red-...
  • Ricci vs. DeStefano: A test on race

    Ricci vs. DeStefano: A test on race
    On Wednesday, the Supreme Court heard oral arguments in one of several cases about race that it will decide this term. The issue the court will consider in Ricci vs. DeStefano is whether a city fire department's decision to abandon its reliance on a...
  • Letters to the editor

    Rankled by raises Re “State pay hikes are withdrawn,” April 23 It is becoming more clear each day in California that politicians care only about themselves. It's also nice to know that after the news leaked about the pay raises, Assembly...
  • Warren Kimbro dies at 74; former Black Panther who led Project MORE

    Warren Kimbro, a former Black Panther whose 1969 murder of a suspected informant brought on the unsuccessful prosecution of party co-founder Bobby Seale in one of an unruly era's most raucous episodes, died Tuesday in New Haven, Conn., where he rebuilt...
  • Donald C. Alexander dies at 87; former IRS chief who battled Nixon administration

    Donald C. Alexander, the Internal Revenue Service commissioner who successfully fought the Nixon administration's attempts to use tax audits and investigations to punish its political enemies, died of cancer Tuesday at his home in Washington, D.C. He...
  • Hillary Waugh, prolific mystery writer, dies at 88

    Hillary Waugh, a novelist whose prolific career introduced generations of mystery readers to small-town intrigue and police techniques rooted in real investigations, has died. He was 88. Waugh's son, Lawrence, confirmed his death Saturday, saying it...
  • Frank Coghlan Jr. dies at 93; actor played Billy Batson in landmark Captain Marvel serial

    Frank Coghlan Jr. dies at 93; actor played Billy Batson in landmark Captain Marvel serial
    Frank Coghlan Jr., a silent-movie child actor who later played young Billy Batson, who transformed into Captain Marvel by uttering the magical word "Shazam!" in the landmark 1941 serial "Adventures of Captain Marvel," has died. He was 93. Coghlan died in...
  • Ted Sizer dies at 77; educator built enduring reform movement

    Ted Sizer dies at 77; educator built enduring reform movement
    Ted Sizer, a former prep school headmaster and Harvard University dean who built an education reform movement that has endured for two decades despite its unfashionable opposition to government- imposed standards and emphasis on deep learning over...
  • PASSINGS: Bob Greenberg, Jack Michon, Bernhard Perlin, Robert Jay Brandt, Richard H. Fogel

    Bob Greenberg Music industry executive Bob Greenberg, 75, a longtime music industry executive who held key positions at several record labels including Atlantic, Warner Bros., MGM/UA and Mirage, died Friday in West Hills, a day after suffering a stroke,...
  • List Of Transplant Facilities Not Meeting Standards

    To qualify for Medicare funding, the U.S. Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services requires transplant centers to perform a certain number of transplants annually and achieve a specific unadjusted survival rate for patients one year after surgery....
  • Matt Weinstock, Jan. 25, 1960

     
    Endless Liquor Flow Many years ago the mails were cluttered with a nuisance chain letter called the Good Luck of London. It was an anonymous, loosely written but harmless bit of nonsense vaguely promising riches to recipients who quickly made six copies...