Reporter, Wall Street Journal
White Collar Crime Reporter for The Wall Street Journal
nytimes.com — Katie Couric was discussing the New York City mayor's race with Donald Trump in the Pool Room of the Four Seasons the other day when the topic of John A. Catsimatidis, the billionaire Republican candidate, came up. For a moment, she drew a blank. "Who is that again?"
utexas.edu — April 18, 2013 AUSTIN, Texas - As the professional cycling community continues to come to grips with doping confessions that have rocked the sport, The University of Texas at Austin College of Communication's Texas Program in Sports and Media (TPSM) will host its 2013 McGarr Symposium on Sports and Society, titled "The Real Price of Winning at All Costs: A Discussion about Elite Cycling."
nytimes.com — Two recent oil pipeline spills have prompted new criticism from opponents of the proposed Keystone XL project, while raising more questions about whether the federal government is adequately monitoring the nation's vast labyrinth of pipelines.
blogs.wsj.com — Cold weather may have landed Pennsylvania's most famous rodent in legal hot water. Punxsutawney Phil, immortalized in the movie "Groundhog Day," is known worldwide for his ability to predict an early arrival of Spring. This year, Phil was dead wrong, and an Ohio prosecutor who's tired of cold weather thinks Phil should die for his mistakes.
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