By Ed Stannard Updated 7:06 pm CDT, Saturday, October 13, 2018 Harkness Tower at Yale University in New Haven photographed on October 2, 2018. Harkness Tower at Yale University in New Haven photographed on October 2, 2018. Photo: Arnold Gold / Hearst Connecticut Media A bronze statue of Nathan Hale on Yale University's Old Campus in New Haven photographed on October 2, 2018. A bronze statue of Nathan Hale on Yale University's Old Campus in New Haven photographed on October 2, 2018. Photo: Arnold Gold / Hearst Connecticut Media A statue of former Yale University president Theodore Dwight Woolsey on Yale University's Old Campus in New Haven photographed on October 2, 2018. A statue of former Yale University president Theodore Dwight Woolsey on Yale University's Old Campus in New Haven photographed on October 2, 2018. … [Read more...] about Top 50: 300-year relationship molded New Haven and Yale
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Sophie Carson and Trent Tetzlaff Oshkosh Northwestern Published 7:16 AM EDT Oct 8, 2018 Kherington Brownell died 13 days before she was due to start fourth grade. She died, trapped in the backseat of her father’s yellow Mustang convertible as it rolled multiple times on U.S. 45 and came to rest upside down in a Winneconne cornfield. Steven Brownell was drunk — prosecutors say his blood-alcohol level was more than three times the legal limit — as he weaved in and out of traffic, hitting speeds of more than 100 miles per hour, his two children in the car. Kherington’s life wasn’t supposed to end this way, says her mother, Krista Prince. The 9-year-old girl and her brother, 13-year-old Kage, were living with their dad for the summer in Larsen. The summer placement with their father came despite Brownell's history of alcohol and domestic abuse issues. Brownell, 58, with homes in Larsen and Milwaukee, had an open domestic violence case … [Read more...] about Crash kills 9-year-old girl, sparks child custody questions, memorials
Democracy Dies in Darkness Sections Home Try 1 month for $1 Username Sign In Account Profile Newsletters & Alerts Gift Subscriptions Contact Us Help Desk Subscribe Account Profile Newsletters & Alerts Gift Subscriptions Contact Us Help Desk Accessibility for screenreader Business by Rachel Siegel by Rachel Siegel Email the author April 25 at 5:28 PM Email the author iStock Drew Cloud, a student loan and personal finance journalist who has been quoted by a wide array of news outlets, is a fictitious person manufactured by a for-profit student loan refinancing firm called LendEDU, the company acknowledged Wednesday. Cloud’s identity — including a photo and a description of his background — was manufactured when LendEDU created a news site called The Student Loan Report in 2016. Cloud, whose now-deleted author profile described him as the publication’s … [Read more...] about Drew Cloud, a widely-quoted student loans expert, doesn’t actually exist. He was the creation of a for-profit company.
Driving the Day Good Sunday morning. There is a lot worth checking out in Chris Wallace’s exclusive interview of Donald Trump, which airs on “Fox News Sunday” this morning. It’s the most substantive interview since Trump started building his team and developing policy. -- TRUMP DOESN’T BELIEVE THE CIA’S CONCLUSION THAT RUSSIA INTERFERED IN THE ELECTION. “I think it’s ridiculous. I think it’s just another excuse. … Well, if you look at the story and you take a look at what they said, there’s great confusion. Nobody really knows, and hacking is very interesting. Once they hack if you don’t catch them in the act you’re not going to catch them. They have no idea if it’s Russia or China or somebody. It could be somebody sitting in a bed some place. I mean, they have no idea.”Story Continued Below -- TRUMP DOESN’T THINK MUCH OF THE PRESIDENTIAL DAILY BRIEFING. “You know, I get -- first of … [Read more...] about MUST-WATCH FNS: WALLACE and TRUMP — Biden to Tapper on 2020: Who knows where we’ll be in 2 years — DEMOCRATS’ new message — SAM SMITH and BUBBA ATKINSON engaged
Alex Karras Alex Karras became the best known member of a football-playing family, with a career as a dominant defensive lineman in the National Football League, followed by an acting career that included notable roles in "Blazing Saddles" and "Webster."Karras was born in Gary on July 15, 1935. His father was a Greek immigrant and doctor; his mother a nurse. Karras' brothers Lou, Ted and Paul all played football, Lou and Ted in the NFL.Karras graduated from Emerson High School and attended the University of Iowa, where he earned the Outland Trophy as the best interior lineman in college football. He was drafted with the 10th overall pick in the 1958 NFL draft by the Detroit Lions.Karras played for the Lions from 1958-62 and 64-70. He was suspended for the 1963 season after admitting to gambling on NFL games. He was a four-time Pro Bowl selection and was named to the 1960s All-Decade NFL team.His wider fame had its start in the major role he played in George Plimpton's book "Paper … [Read more...] about Slideshow: Famous Hoosiers throughout the years