News archive from 15 July 2014, page 9

SEC faces new challenge as college football enters new era

HOOVER, Ala. — SEC Commissioner Mike Slive referenced Muhammad Ali, Dwight Eisenhower, Winston Churchill and Nelson Mandela during his state of the league address Monday morning, which kicked off the SEC’s football media days. It’s the annual...

Dallas News, 00:20 in Sport
 
Drew Sharp: Free-agency pickups aren't enough to revive Detroit Pistons

Drew Sharp: Free-agency pickups aren't enough to revive Detroit Pistons

As many buzzed with excitement at witnessing the Prodigal Son's return to his basketball nativity, the Pistons convened a pilgrimage to No Lottery Pick Drive on Monday to introduce their big free-agency prize — uh … Jodie Meeks. Such news is more...

 
Detroit Tigers notes: Ian Kinsler glad to be teammate in Derek Jeter's last All-Star Game

Detroit Tigers notes: Ian Kinsler glad to be teammate in Derek Jeter's last All-Star Game

MINNEAPOLIS - Victor Martinez's injury has allowed Ian Kinsler to be on hand for All-Star history. Kinsler was added to the American League All-Star team to replace Martinez, his Tigers teammate who hasn't played for more than a week because of a sore...

 
Shawn Windsor: Free agency helping Stan Van Gundy rebuild Detroit Pistons his way

Shawn Windsor: Free agency helping Stan Van Gundy rebuild Detroit Pistons his way

Jodie Meeks wore a suit to his introductory news conference Monday, Drew Sharp. You might have noticed had you been there. Hey, I realize Auburn Hills is a long way from your cul-de-sac in the western burbs. And really, NBA players donning suits for...

 

Federal government threatening colleges as sexual assault claims continue to increase

HANOVER, N.H. - For the growing list of college and universities under investigation by the Department of Education for their handling of sexual assault complaints, the threat of losing federal funds remains real. While such a punishment would be...

 

N. Korean Catholics asked to attend Pope's mass

SEOUL, South Korea -- The South Korean Catholic church says it has asked North Korea to send about 10 Catholics to a mass to be celebrated by Pope Francis during his August visit to Seoul. The Aug. 14-18 visit will be the first visit by a pope to the...

 

Brother testifies against brother at capital murder trial

Face-to-face for the first time in 27 years, Kenneth and Lonnie Thomas didn’t exchange a single word. They didn’t embrace. They didn’t smile. The brothers shared a home for years. On Monday, they shared a courtroom. Lonnie Thomas testified for the...

Dallas News, 00:28 in Crime
 

Brother testifies against brother at capital murder trial

Face-to-face for the first time in 27 years, Kenneth and Lonnie Thomas didn’t exchange a single word. They didn’t embrace. They didn’t smile. The brothers shared a home for years. On Monday, they shared a courtroom. Lonnie Thomas testified for the...

Dallas News, 00:28 in Crime
 

N. Korean Catholics asked to attend Pope's mass

SEOUL, South Korea The South Korean Catholic church says it has asked North Korea to send about 10 Catholics to a mass to be celebrated by Pope Francis during his August visit to Seoul. The Aug. 14-18 visit will be the first visit by a pope to the...

 

Citi to pay $7B in subprime loan settlement

WASHINGTON — Citigroup agreed Monday to pay $7 billion to settle a federal investigation into its handling of risky subprime mortgages. The bank admitted a pattern of deception that contributed to the worst financial crisis in decades, the Justice...

 

Citi to pay $7B in subprime loan settlement

WASHINGTON — Citigroup agreed Monday to pay $7 billion to settle a federal investigation into its handling of risky subprime mortgages. The bank admitted a pattern of deception that contributed to the worst financial crisis in decades, the Justice...

 

Ex-NFL player Titus Young arrested again

LOS ANGELES -- Former Detroit Lions wide receiver Titus Young has been arrested again — this time for battery. The Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department says Young was arrested July 9 on suspicion of felony battery with serious bodily...

 

22.8 million New Yorkers' personal records exposed

ALBANY, N.Y. -- Nearly 23 million private records of New Yorkers have been exposed in data security breaches reported by more than 3,000 businesses, nonprofits and governments over the past eight years, New York's attorney general reported. Deliberate...

 

Brother testifies against brother at capital trial in 1986 Dallas murders

Face-to-face for the first time in 27 years, Kenneth and Lonnie Thomas didn’t exchange a single word. They didn’t embrace. They didn’t smile. The brothers shared a home for years. On Monday, they shared a courtroom. Lonnie Thomas testified for the...

Dallas News, 00:49 in Crime
 

Brother testifies against brother at capital trial in 1986 Dallas murders

Face-to-face for the first time in 27 years, Kenneth and Lonnie Thomas didn’t exchange a single word. They didn’t embrace. They didn’t smile. The brothers shared a home for years. On Monday, they shared a courtroom. Lonnie Thomas testified for the...

Dallas News, 00:49 in Crime
 

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