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Other job experience: Junior high school teacher and Franciscan Brother for 12 years in Diocese of Brooklyn; administrator of Catholic elementary school in southern California. Other community posts: Chaplin at eight senior citizen residences-nursing...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterThe legal battle over lethal injection, which comes before the U.S. Supreme Court today, has been conducted in unusual secrecy, with courts permitting states across the country to keep from lawyers and the public precisely how death row inmates are...
In the early-morning darkness of Dec. 4, 2003, a drilling company employee spotted something red glowing a short distance from his rural Pennsylvania office and swung his car around to investigate. There, in his headlights' path, was an unoccupied silver...
Tags: FBI, North Carolina, Mott Haven, Family, Suicide
Sun television criticShrek the Halls, a new Christmas special featuring that cash cow of an ogre from the big screen, has yet to be shown on TV, but ABC is already calling it an "instant classic." Foolish me, I thought it was the audience that determines which shows are...
Bloomberg NewsIf you want to watch Nick having sex with a prostitute, he's happy to let you. The 36-year-old bank-security technician drove eight hours from his home in Metz, France, to Big Sister, a Prague brothel, where customers peruse a touch-screen menu of...
Robert Mulligan, who was nominated for an Academy Award for directing the 1962 film classic "To Kill a Mockingbird," died Saturday at his home in Lyme, Conn. He was 83. Mulligan had heart disease, his nephew Robert Rosenthal said. The director began...
South Florida Sun-SentinelAmerican Heritage-Delray Josh Pee: WR; Carson-Newman; So. Dominique Battle: DB; Cincinnati; Fr. Alicus Nozinor: WR; Eastern Illinois University; Sr. Corey Riley: DL; Eastern Michigan University; Sr. Warley Leroy: K; Florida Atlantic University; R-Sr....
a Tribune Media Services columnistAs the Enron Corp. scandal becomes smaller and smaller in the rearview mirror, everyday investors may be wondering what difference the aftermath really made to them. These days, many see only scattered road kill: - Kenneth Rice, its former Internet...
Patricia Del Rio joined CW11/WPIX in October 2005 as lead reporter and fill in anchor on the Emmy Award winning CW11 Morning News. An Emmy award winner herself, Patricia has won and been nominated for several Emmys including her reporting live from Ground...
Sal Marchiano, the sports anchor for the CW11 News At Ten, has been reporting sports on New York television for 40 years. Brooklyn-born and bred, Sal has always worked in the New York metropolitan area. In 1963, after graduating from Fordham...
Tags: Society, Super Bowl, New York Jets, Howard Cosell, Education
Construction is one of the industries hit hardest by the ailing economy. Will President Obama's stimulus package help or hurt the construction business? Fordham University's Erin Natalicchio goes on site to see what the guys in hard hats have to say.
Tags: Education, Barack Obama
LOS ANGELES (XIP NEWS) -- A follow up to the PIX Morning show interview with two Fordham University Students who were finalists in the MTVU contest to go to the Red Carpet. This is a behind the scenes look of how the Red carpet is prepared for Hollywood'...
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