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Coach Suspended for Two Games After Drill Left Football Players With Blisters and 'Burns'
A Connecticut high school football coach has been suspended for two games after a drill he ordered allegedly left some of his players with blisters and "burn-like" injuries, school officials said today. Football players at Stratford High School in Stratford, Connecticut, were disciplined earlier
Sandy Hook Parents and Teachers to Put on a Brave Face for Students
Thusday Is the First Day Back to School for the Students Since the Shooting
LIVE UPDATES: Newtown, Conn., School Shooting
7:51 a.m.: Some but not all victims have been removed from the school, police tell ABC News. 7:50 a.m.: Lanza appears to have gained entry into the school by breaking a window, Lt, George Sinko, of the Newtown Police, tells ABC News. 7:46 a.m.: Janet...
New York Times to Start Charging for Web Access
Struggling with its business model as readers migrate to online news, the New York Times said Thursday it will begin charging for access to its website and apps as of March 28. "Today marks a significant transition for The New York Times as we introduce digital subscriptions," Publisher Arthur
Starr Reporter Placed on Furlough
Brenda Starr has had more than her share of hair-raising adventures, but she has never been in a pickle quite like this. The comic-strip heroine has parachuted out of planes and been hijacked on the high seas. Today, she met with a challenge of a different kind: The ace reporter was furloughed.
General Motors to Slash 23,000 Hourly Jobs
Ailing Automaker, Still Trying to Avoid Bankruptcy, Announces New Restructuring Plan; New Layoffs Among the Latest for U.S. Companies
More Jobs Cut at IBM and Google: Pink Slips Continue
What Good News? The New York Times, IBM, and Google Layoff Workers, Despite Positive Economic News This Week
'N.Y. Times' parent gets $250M from Mexican billionaire
The New York Times Co. nyt has approved a $250 million investment by Mexican telecommunications billionaire Carlos Slim Helu, a deal that could make him one of the largest shareholders of the Times Co. The $250 million investment by tycoon Slim complements his telecommunications holdings in Latin
New York Times enters talks with lenders
New York Times Co. nyt says it is in talks with lenders about debt payments coming due in the next two years, as the newspaper publisher struggles to weather continued declines in advertising sales. The company says it will borrow up to $225 million against the value of its Manhattan headquarters