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Former U.S. House Speaker Dennis Hastert has conducted private business ventures through a little-known government office that has cost taxpayers about $1.8 million, a Tribune investigation has found. Federal law allows former House speakers to...
Tags: Common, Research, Religion and Belief, Auto Racing, Wheaton
A year ago, Sam Mikulak was dealt a major setback in his quest to reach the London Olympics as a gymnast. He always had dreams of reaching the Olympics while growing up in Newport Beach and training at SCATS Gymnastics in Huntington Beach. But that...
Back in high school when Sharon Day was building herself as the greatest athlete to come out of Costa Mesa High, she competed in volleyball, soccer and track and field. In the spring, she excelled in track and field. At most meets, she racked up...
The Hartford CourantUnitedHealth Group's plans to spend $4.9 billion on Brazil's biggest health care company is the insurer's priciest acquisition in years, giving it a huge stake in Latin America as U.S. companies compete for a rapidly growing middle-class market around the...
An Aberdeen teenager shared the pool with some of the world’s best swimmers on Monday. Aberdeen Swim Club member Hannah Kastigar competed at the U.S. Olympic Swimming Trials in Omaha, Neb. “I was excited to swim and just go fast and do...
Tags: Michael Phelps, Sports, Track and Field, Swimming, Trials
Victoria "Vix" Folayan's rapid rise in rugby is rare. She didn't play growing up in Boston or at Poinciana High, where she set seven school records in track and played five other sports. "I played one season of football at Poinciana as a wide receiver,"...
Tags: Sports, Charter Schools, Joe Williams, Football
South Bend TribuneNotre Dame women's basketball coach Muffet McGraw stepped out onto the Purcell Pavilion court and posted up Ariel Braker. McGraw wore white basketball shoes, blue warm-up pants and a collared pink sports shirt. She also wore her game face. During a...
It was easy to hear the loud cheers for Sharon Day at Costa Mesa City Hall Tuesday night. Neighbors and friends cheered for the Olympian who starred at the high school just a few blocks away. The cheers and support could easily be described as...
WSBT-TVPLYMOUTH – She came up just short of winning an Olympic medal in London, but to many, Plymouth native Morgan Uceny is still a hero. She returned to her hometown Saturday, making a special appearance at the Blueberry Festival. The community is...
Tags: Awards and Prizes, Morgan Uceny
email@example.comKentucky sophomore Kyle Wiltjer could have enhanced his chances of playing in the 2016 Olympics for Canada with his play last week during a gathering of about 30 of Canada’s top players in Toronto after former NBA coach Jay Triano was named coach of...
KIAHDictator Kim Jong Un has decided women will once again be allowed to ride bicycles. This overturns a ruling by his repressed, late father Kim Jong Il that decreed... a women in a skirt riding a bicycle was contrary to socialist customs. As silly as it...
Tags: Kim Jong Un, Lil' Kim , Kim Jong Il
After Longwood's Hunter Kemper competes in his fourth Olympic triathlon in London on Aug. 7, he will face some questions. Does he want to go through four more years of training and attempt to qualify for the 2016 Olympics in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil? Or...
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