Published May 19, 2011
They are like two quarterbacks looking for the end zone, NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell and player representative DeMaurice Smith.
Published May 17, 2011
The Eighth Circuit Court of Appeals has ruled the NFL lockout can continue through the appeals process, until the next court hearing on June 3. That means the continuing legal scrimmage pitting owners against players will continue, with the dominating issue how they split billions.
Published May 04, 2011
Google's unofficial motto may be "Don’t Be Evil," but a new book questions that pledge.
Published April 20, 2011
Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano says the U.S. color-coded terror alert system will be replaced next week by two warnings -- elevated and imminent.
Published April 15, 2011
Four prospective Republican candidates appeared together at a Tax Day-Tea Party rally in New Hampshire Friday, calling for lower taxes and major cuts in federal spending.
Published April 06, 2011
The defunct political advocacy group ACORN has pleaded guilty to one count of an election law violation in Las Vegas, Nevada.
Published April 05, 2011
Minnesota resident Jim Stene voted last November -- and thought he was casting his ballot for President Gerald Ford.
Published March 01, 2011
The United Nations General Assembly decided unanimously to suspend Libya's membership on the Human Rights Council, a move that puts additional international pressure on Muammar al-Qaddafi.
Published February 18, 2011
The Obama administration, in a major test of its support for Israel and influence in the Arab world, vetoed a United Nations resolution Friday that would have condemned Israel for its settlements in Palestinian-occupied territories.
Published February 16, 2011
Carolyn Bethea and Gloria Abner thought one buck would make them each homeowners.