The oldest son of Philadelphia Eagles coach Andy Reid had steroids in his room at the team’s training camp when he overdosed from heroin in August, according to Northampton County District Attorney John Morganelli.
The dive that a drunk Alexander Okano took into a shallow pool at Psi Upsilon house, paralyzing him from the chest down, helped spur reforms to Trinity College’s fraternity culture that faculty members applauded.
Lehigh University pulled off one of the most shocking upsets in National Collegiate Athletic Association tournament history, defeating second-seeded Duke University for the second win today by a 15th seed.
Turkey under Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan may be headed for more tension with the U.S. as it steers an increasingly independent course, enabled by a booming economy that lessens its dependence on the West.
Latham & Watkins LLP’s Zachary Fardon was nominated by President Obama to be U.S. Attorney for the Northern District of Illinois in Chicago. He would replace Patrick Fitzgerald, who left last June and joined Skadden Arps Slate Meagher & Flom LLP.
Garrett Reid, the eldest son of Philadelphia Eagles head coach Andy Reid, died yesterday in the dormitory room he stayed in while helping the National Football League team at its training camp. He was 29.
Lehigh University and Norfolk State University, the 15th-seeded schools that stunned their higher- ranked opponents, will be among the 16 teams trying to advance to the regional semifinals of the men’s national college basketball tournament.
It’s a tantalizing promise that one day “carbon capture” will remove greenhouse gases from the smoke made by coal-fired power plants. After all, these plants, which provide 45 percent of electricity in the U.S., account for more than a third of the country’s carbon dioxide emissions.