Columbia - the best personalized free web-based Email en en Columbia Nation's No. 1 recruit Michael Porter Jr signs with Missouri COLUMBIA, Mo. (AP) — The nation's No. 1 recruit solidified his college choice Wednesday when swingman Michael Porter Jr. signed a financial aid agreement to play for new coach Cuonzo Martin at Missouri. The 6-foot-10 Porter initially chose Washington last year when his father, Michael Porter Sr., worked as an assistant for then-coach Lorenzo Romar. But wh... Wed, 12 Apr 2017 23:57:00 GMT 2017-04-12T23:57:00Z St. Louis jury rejects lawsuit against Johnson & Johnson ST. LOUIS (AP) — A St. Louis jury on Friday rejected a Tennessee woman's lawsuit that Johnson & Johnson baby powder contributed to her ovarian cancer, a victory for the company after it lost three previous, similar lawsuits in St. Louis. The jury voted 11-1 to deny damages to Nora Daniels, 55, of Columbia, Tennessee, who said she used Johnson & Johnson's ... Sat, 04 Mar 2017 00:33:00 GMT 2017-03-04T00:33:00Z The Latest: online, in malls and overseas, Black Friday's on NEW YORK (AP) — The Latest on Black Friday Holiday shopping (all times Eastern): 3 p.m. Adobe Digital Insights says Thanksgiving Day sales online totaled $1.93 billion, up 11.5 percent from the day last year, as more people opted to stay home and shop online instead of hitting the stores. Still, that fell short of the $2 billion Adobe predicted. ... Fri, 25 Nov 2016 20:25:00 GMT 2016-11-25T20:25:00Z After the turkey, some hit the shops to start holiday season NEW YORK (AP) — After enjoying the Thanksgiving turkey, some Americans hit the stores for what retailers hope will be a new tradition to start the holiday shopping season. Throngs of shoppers lined up at Macy's Herald Square in Manhattan for its evening opening, looking for deals, and Target estimated hundreds were waiting outside a store in Jersey City, New Jersey. The comp... Fri, 25 Nov 2016 02:43:00 GMT 2016-11-25T02:43:00Z Tutor says she took exams for Mizzou athletes; probe started COLUMBIA, Mo. (AP) — A former University of Missouri tutor said she can document at least a dozen instances of serious academic fraud involving men's and women's athletes during a 16-month period. Yolanda Kumar told The Kansas City Star that she felt pressured to keep athletes academically eligible , especially football and men's basketball players. Her allegations come less... Wed, 23 Nov 2016 20:51:00 GMT 2016-11-23T20:51:00Z