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Latest Stories Sens' Alfredsson out for Tuesday's game at Carolinaupdated: Mon Oct 24 2011 14:06:00

OTTAWA (AP) -- Senators captain Daniel Alfredsson will miss Ottawa's game at Carolina because of an undisclosed injury.

Lee's remnants flood upstate New Yorkupdated: Thu Sep 08 2011 22:36:00

Binghamton, New York, residents are ordered to evacuate after remnants from tropical storm Lee caused massive flooding.

Report: Chemicals found in NE Pennsylvania water wellsupdated: Fri Oct 15 2010 19:13:00

Water testing by a private environmental engineering firm has discovered toxic chemicals in wells in a township in Susquehanna County, Pennsylvania.

Fortune: Odorless, colorless: The quiet rise of American Big Gasupdated: Fri Oct 01 2010 14:53:00

(This article is part of Fortune's series on fracking .)

Fortune: EPA on fracking: "we can only do so much"updated: Fri Sep 17 2010 13:17:00

In Binghamton, New York on Wednesday, hundreds of locals filled the Broome County Theater to speak their minds, two minutes a time, to four members of the Environmental Protection Agency. They voiced opinions about a controversial process called hydraulic fracturing, or fracking, to tap into huge reserves of shale gas thousands of feet below ground. New York sits on one of the largest known reserves of natural gas, which many people, including President Obama, have called a new, crucial resource for the country.

CNNMoney: 'Terrified' New Yorkers protest gas drillingupdated: Mon Sep 13 2010 17:07:00

Hundreds of people packed an upstate New York auditorium Monday, many of them fearful of new natural gas drilling that's spreading to states around the country.

CNNMoney: Fracking debate heats up in New Yorkupdated: Sat Sep 11 2010 16:53:00

Hundreds of people are expected to pack an upstate New York auditorium Monday as the federal government enters the fray over a controversial technique for natural gas production.

CNNMoney: Bankruptcy can save your house from foreclosureupdated: Sat Jul 24 2010 10:58:00

Slick TV commercials and online ads tell delinquent borrowers that they can save their homes by filing for personal bankruptcy. But is it true -- or just too good to be true?

Fortune: Retail's rising starupdated: Tue Apr 27 2010 09:20:00

When a thunderstorm pelts the suburbs of Washington, D.C., there aren't many places where you can practice your golf swing. Jeff Pearlman: As Delaware and Binghamton have shown, bigger isn't always betterupdated: Fri Mar 05 2010 11:23:00

The photograph hangs in my basement, a black-and-white image so vibrantly vivid that, even all these years later, I can't help but stop, stare and wish for a modified DeLorean to take me back to March 11, 1992. Michael Farber: Senators still trying to get it right in netupdated: Thu Jan 21 2010 14:18:00

Mike Brodeur arrived in Manhattan last week after a three-plus-hour car ride from Binghamton, humped his goalie equipment bag up five flights of stairs to ice level at Madison Square Garden, slung the Ottawa Senators over his shoulder and carried them the rest of the night. The result: a 2-0 shutout of the Rangers in his second NHL game and one of the sweetest and most circuitous stories of the season. Frank Deford: Another season of excess will do little to change big-time college cultureupdated: Wed Jan 20 2010 15:04:00

Hardly had Alabama and Boise State settled in as co-champions of college football, did this new decade open with a veritable bombast of negativity about college sports. Coaches were fired for being abusive to players, coaches jumped contracts, money kept rolling into the fun and games, and even the Secretary of Education popped up to excoriate the whole business. The stink just continues to rise, but don't worry, college fans, nothing good will come out of all the complaints.

Should Tiger go 'crazy' to return to form?updated: Wed Jul 22 2009 10:36:00

There could be help at hand for the world's number one golfer, Tiger Woods, as he aims to recover his form following a recent early exit from the British Open at Turnberry.

iReporters conflicted on answer to gun violenceupdated: Mon Apr 20 2009 08:01:00

Janie Lambert has lost one family member to gun violence and another to suicide. After all she's been through, she feels conflicted about whether or not gun control is the solution to gun violence.

Control violence, control guns?updated: Mon Apr 20 2009 08:01:00

iReporters share differing opinions on gun control.

Bill seeks citizenship for Binghamton victimsupdated: Thu Apr 09 2009 09:33:00

U.S. senators from New York have announced legislation that would grant posthumous honorary citizenship to victims of last week's shooting rampage in Binghamton, New York.

Attitudes towards gunsupdated: Wed Apr 08 2009 23:01:00

CNN's Bill Schneider has new poll numbers on Americans' attitude towards gun control.

Poll: Fewer Americans support stricter gun control lawsupdated: Wed Apr 08 2009 23:01:00

From Oakland, California, to Binghamton, New York, several mass shootings in recent weeks have killed dozens across the country. But has there been an effect on public opinion?

NY gunman fired 98 shots in about a minute, police chief saysupdated: Wed Apr 08 2009 11:03:00

The gunman who killed 13 people at an immigrant services center fired 98 shots in a minute or so, the police chief in Binghamton, New York, said Wednesday.

Letter from shooting suspect reveals possible paranoiaupdated: Tue Apr 07 2009 09:13:00

The suspect in last week's deadly shooting at a Binghamton, New York, immigrant center believed he had been harassed for years by undercover police officers, according to a letter received by a New York television station and purportedly written by that suspect, Jiverly Wong.

Gunman's final messageupdated: Tue Apr 07 2009 09:13:00

A local TV station receives a letter purportedly from gunman Jiverly Wong about why he went on a shooting spree.

Secretary played dead to avoid New York shooterupdated: Mon Apr 06 2009 21:59:00

Secretary Shirley DeLucia was just doing her job when she saw Jiverly Wong walk through the door of the American Civic Association in Binghamton, New York, on Friday.

Police defend response to Binghamton mass shootingupdated: Sun Apr 05 2009 22:26:00

Authorities defended the timeliness of police response to Friday's massacre at an upstate New York immigration services center as funerals were set to begin Sunday for two of the 13 slain.

Remembering the victimsupdated: Sun Apr 05 2009 22:26:00

CNN's Allan Chernoff talks to the family of Roberta "Bobbie" King, who was killed on Friday.

Binghamton victims died seeking better lives, relatives sayupdated: Sun Apr 05 2009 22:06:00

Layla Khalil escaped the bombs that rocked Iraq during three years of insurgent and sectarian warfare, only to be gunned down while trying to learn English in her adopted hometown, family and friends said Sunday.

Binghamton struggles to understand why gunman killed 13updated: Sun Apr 05 2009 05:55:00

People who knew the suspected gunman in Friday's shooting at an immigration services center were not surprised by his actions, the police chief in Binghamton, New York, said Saturday.

Binghamton shooting rampageupdated: Sat Apr 04 2009 23:55:00

CNN's Allan Chernoff reports on the deadly shooting rampage at an immigration services center in Binghamton, New York.

Acquaintances of suspected gunman recount troubled pastupdated: Sat Apr 04 2009 23:55:00

The man suspected of killing 13 people in a shooting massacre at an immigration services center in Binghamton, New York, on Friday had a troubled past that once put him on law enforcement's radar, police say.

'No yelling, just silence, shooting,' witness saysupdated: Sat Apr 04 2009 00:17:00

A receptionist with a gunshot wound in her stomach played dead under her desk and called 911 on Friday after a shooting massacre in a Binghamton, New York, immigration center.

Witness: 'It was frightening'updated: Fri Apr 03 2009 22:42:00

A witness who works close to the site of a deadly shooting in Binghamton says he was frightened for his co-workers.

Survivor: 'I thought that my life was finished'updated: Fri Apr 03 2009 22:42:00

Zhanar Tokhtabayeba was in an English class at the American Civic Association in Binghamton, New York, when a gunman entered the building and began shooting. Jim Kelley: Coaching changes fixing littleupdated: Mon Feb 23 2009 16:50:00

As the Cory Clouston era kicked off in Ottawa, the hope of the Senators and their fans was that the new coach, fresh up from Binghamton in the American Hockey League, will be the second coming of Bruce Boudreau -- the veteran minor league coach who took over a foundering Capitals team and drove it to the Southeast Division championship on the final day of the 2007-08 regular season. Median Home Prices Fall Around USupdated: Thu Aug 14 2008 14:00:00

Median home prices fell in more than three-quarters of U.S. cities in the second quarter, the latest sign of the breadth of the housing market decline, according to new data Thursday

CNNMoney: Gas prices fall, but drivers don't feel reliefupdated: Wed Jul 30 2008 14:39:00

Gasoline prices may have fallen over the last 13 days, but the decline has offered little relief to long-distance commuters who still blanch at the pump every time they fill up.

Serbian fugitiveupdated: Sat Jul 26 2008 07:22:00

The U.S. government is attempting to extradite a Serbian national who is accused of beating an American into a coma.

FSB: The art of the hireupdated: Thu Jul 03 2008 13:48:00

Anne Messenger's hair stood on end as she read her former administrative assistant's Facebook profile. The picture showed the woman in a sultry pose, smoking a cigarette. Her main interests? Men and drinking. Yet in her interview, the candidate had seemed personable and energetic. The position included bookkeeping and her math skills were a little subpar, but she could brush them up on the job, right?

12 things to consider for your first jobupdated: Wed Jun 25 2008 16:57:00

Finding your first job is easy.

Hundreds of thousands flee Northeast floodsupdated: Wed Jun 28 2006 10:07:00

At least 10 people were killed and hundreds of thousands displaced in the U.S. Northeast as major rivers and their tributaries overflowed their banks Wednesday.

Money Magazine: Meals Without Wheels Some foods evoke a unique sense of place--but you can enjoy them anywhereupdated: Sun Jun 01 2003 00:01:00

America is full of foods that are deeply woven into the fabric of their local regions while remaining virtually unknown in other parts of the country. But what if you don't have the time to travel ...

Money Magazine: Fixed In Place Unlike, say, Buffalo wings, these great regional dishes never left home.updated: Mon Mar 01 1999 00:01:00

One Autumn day a few years ago, I found myself in central Wisconsin with one afternoon left on my vacation and two places I desperately wanted to visit. If I went north, I could go to Hayward, home...


Our top 10 colleges share this critically important characteristic: Compared with schools of similar quality, they cost the least. The winners range in price from tuition and fees of $18,216 at No....


Seven of money's 10 best college values are public schools, up from six a year ago. This is great news for students who live in the same states as these schools, because their families will pay bar...

Money Magazine: Inside the Top 10 A close look at the schools that offer the best deals reveals an array of academic and social stylupdated: Fri Sep 16 1994 00:01:00

Our 10 top college values have one thing in common: All of them are bargains when compared with schools of similar quality. Beyond that, they are extraordinarily different, so when you choose among...

Money Magazine: The 10 Best College Buys in America Presenting our fourth annual ranking of the schools that give you the most updated: Wed Sep 15 1993 00:01:00

With four years at the most expensive colleges now costing more than $100,000, making sure you get the most for your education dollar is more important than ever. Our 10 best college buys aren't ne...

Money Magazine: Life insurance savings; college scholarship services; car-seat recalls; last-minute gifts DON'T GET BILKED BY updated: Mon Dec 21 1992 00:01:00

New evidence that the thousands of computerized scholarship search services rarely deserve their $45 to $200 fees is coming from lawsuits filed by the Federal Trade Commission and state regulators....

Money Magazine: TOP 100 updated: Tue Sep 10 1991 00:01:00

The schools listed below and on the next page deliver the best education for the money. We ranked them using data from Peterson's Guides of Princeton, N.J. and other sources.

Money Magazine: America's 10 Best College Buys Not all are public -- some aren't even cheap -- but they give good educational value.updated: Mon Sep 10 1990 00:01:00

The marketplace for higher education, like securities markets, has pockets of opportunity: schools that, like undervalued stocks, are worth more than you have to pay for them. This fact was verifie...

Money Magazine: Ten Great Tuition Deals for Your Dollars MONEY examined America's colleges in search of those that give great educations and holupdated: Tue Sep 01 1987 00:01:00

This has been the year for college bashing. William Bennett, U.S. Secretary of Education, has fulminated over runaway tuitions. Ernest Boyer, president of the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancemen...

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