ATLANTA — A lawyer for a woman who says Michael Jordan fathered her teenage son has withdrawn her paternity suit, but left open the possibility that it could be refiled. Pamela Smith “stands by the facts alleged in her original ...Read More »
CHAPEL HILL, N.C. — Notre Dame got everything it wanted and the Atlantic Coast Conference got Notre Dame. The school announced Wednesday that it would join the ACC in all the conference’s sports except football, though it will play five ...Read More »
Here are some news items to hold you over until tonight’s major court case, Kansas v. Kentucky. — Facebook’s attorneys must act quickly. — Lindsay Lohan’s lawyer laments. — Do the NFL players, coaches allegedly involved in “Bountygate” need criminal ...Read More »
Did you get your NCAA tournament brackets in on time? Thanks to a timely reminder from a colleague, I got mine in with 11 minutes to spare. I doubt that anyone would argue that March Madness directly impacts workplace productivity. ...Read More »
Exelon takeover becomes official Exelon Corp. will proceed immediately with staffing decisions now that the company has completed its $7.9 billion acquisition of Baltimore-based Constellation Energy Group, a company spokeswoman said. The deal, which had been in the works for nearly ...
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Loyola University Maryland’s online campus bookstore typically sells between two and five items per day. In the past week, as the school’s basketball team prepares for its first men’s NCAA basketball tournament appearance since 1994, they’ve sold about 300 pieces ...Read More »
I play in three weekly basketball games at various gyms near my house. The games themselves are very different: three-pointers count for “2” in one game, “3” in another and not at all in a third; in one, the start ...Read More »