Wednesday May 15
Attorneys who helped client change story by 'explaining'...
Two Fordham University law school classmates who set up a law practice together a few years after graduating are now both facing nine-month suspensions for pursuing a fraudulent personal injury case.
Tue May 14, 2013
Rev. Anthony Ciorra to Speak on the Second Vatican Council at Notre Dame Church
He is known for his workshops and retreats throughout the United States, the Middle East and Europe and his involvement with inter-religious dialogue among Jews, Christians, and Muslims.
Mon May 13, 2013
Catholic Population Surges Across The Global South
Pope Francis waves to the crow after a canonization ceremony in St. Peter's Square at the Vatican, Sunday, May 12 2013.
Talking Points Memo
Gallup Admits Mistakes, Plans Changes After Dismal 2012
One of the best known polling firms in the nation plans next month to reveal big changes to the way it does business after falling flat during last year's election.
Sun May 12, 2013
Albany Times Union
Donna Heald named dean of Russell Sage College
Donna Heald was appointed dean of the college. Most recently, she was associate dean for science education and director of pre-health professions advising at Fordham University.
New York Daily News
Bill Thompson quietly builds formidable mayoral campaign
As rivals Christine Quinn and Bill de Blasio attack each other and John Liu rails against a federal investigation of his fund-raising, former city Controller Bill Thompson seems content to barely make waves at all.
Sat May 11, 2013
Albany Times Union
On The Move
Kristin H. Sheehan of Albany was promoted to director of alumni affairs. Most recently, Sheehan was interim director of alumni affairs.
Fri May 10, 2013
WNYC-AM New York
Explainer: A Murder Charge in the Cleveland Kidnapping Case?
Prosecutors say they may charge Ariel Castro with aggravated murder for forcing a miscarriage in one of the women he'd held captive for 10 years in his suburban Cleveland home.
Wed May 08, 2013
The Other McCain
Domestic Terrorists Teaching At Colleges?
Controversy ensued when the news broke that Kathy Boudin, former member of the Weather Underground who was convicted in 1984 of felony murder, received the position of adjunct professor at Columbia University.
Tue May 07, 2013
City Room: Candidate Hoping to Be First Hispanic Mayor May Be 100 Years Too Late
The demography of the New York City mayoral campaign may already have shifted under at least one candidate's prospective feat, even before November, when Adolfo CarriA3n Jr.
Watertown Daily Times
Three running for Watertown Board of Education
The budget vote and election are noon to 9 p.m. May 21 at Watertown High School and North Elementary School.
Mon May 06, 2013
Help a young Kiwi reach the top
Young West Aucklander, and former Avondale College student, Joel Walsham has achieved what many others only dream of.
The Paramus Post
Eastern Union Funding Names Richard T. Cassin To Lead New Credit Quality Division
Eastern Union Funding America's second-largest, privately owned commercial mortgage company on a transaction volume basis has named banking industry veteran Richard T. Cassin to lead the firm's newly launched credit quality division.
Fri May 03, 2013
The News Journal
What's New: Delaware Children's Theatre 40th anniversary; First State concert series
The Delaware Children's Theatre is celebrating its 40th anniversary and more than 1,200 performances with a reunion of cast, crew and friends at 7 p.m. May 11.
Thu May 02, 2013
Wall Street Journal
Guilty Verdicts in Liu Trial
A federal jury found two former associates of New York City Comptroller John Liu guilty Thursday of various counts of campaign-finance fraud, a setback for the comptroller who vowed to continue his bid for mayor amid renewed questions about his campaign's viability.
Struggling Catholic schools strategize to draw new...
For years, headlines about Catholic schools in the United States have told gloomy tales of falling enrollment and multiple closings.
Meet the Candidate: Paine for Board of Ed
John Paine signs his email with a quotation that seems to reflect the work before him if he wins a seat on the Board of Education: My view is that our job is to get the rock up and over the hill, and once you do, the rock rolls down the other side, and what do you see? You see another hill.
Wed May 01, 2013
St. Anselm College names non-Benedictine as new president
A new president has been named to lead St. Anselm College beginning July 1, college officials announced.
Hudson Valley Press
New York CPAs to install Kirkland as next President
J. Michael Kirkland, CPA, will be installed as the 2013-2014 President of the New York State Society of Certified Public Accountants Board of Directors at the organization's 117th Annual Election Meeting and Dinner May 16th at the New York Marriott Marquis at Times Square.
Tue Apr 30, 2013
Mike Rakes, vice pres of planning and development for World Wide Sires, died Monday.
One of the inspirations behind Brilynn Rakes' drive to dance was her father who told her she could do anything even though she was legally blind.