Ball Don't Lie's 2012-13 NBA Season Previews: The San Antonio SpursAs a result of that offseason, and the impending regular season, why not mess with Ball Don't Lie's triptych of Kelly Dwyer, Dan Devine and Eric Freeman as they preview the 2012-13 season with alacrity, good cheer, and bad jokes.
Romney Hasn't Asked Mourdock to Pull Ad After Rape CommentsRENO, Nev. - Mitt Romney's campaign has not asked Indiana Senate candidate Richard Mourdock to remove an ad featuring the presidential candidate after Mourdock suggested that children conceived during rape were "intended" by God.
Berlusconi says he won't seek rerun as prime ministerHe has said he will not run, but some analysts have hypothesized that if elections don't produce a clear winner, in certain circumstances he could be tapped to form a government.
Brian Jones isn't mollified by Longhorns' win over BaylorBrian Jones once wore uniform number 60 at the University of Texas, which means he belongs to a long, proud tradition of linebackers who knew how to tackle the guy with the freaking football.
Brooklyn has an NHL team, and now fans can buy a T-shirt commemorating the ...Shortly after the New York Islanders announced their relocation to the Barclays Center Wednesday morning, T-shirts hyping the soon-to-be Brooklyn franchise went on sale online for schwag-hungry fans who can't wait for the 2015 move-in date. The tees ...
Victory doesn't cover up all of Ohio State's concerns and problems heading ...COLUMBUS, Ohio - In the jubilation that followed Ohio State's strain-the-imagination win over Purdue on Saturday, several important considerations were pushed into the background.
The US isn't quite ready to catch up with Saudi Arabia on oil…It's a great story, but it could use a bit of dissecting. There's no question that U.S. oil output has surged in recent years.
Europe Isn't the Only Rotten AppleCompanies are worried about the global growth outlook, while euro-zone crisis interventions that have buoyed markets haven't yet translated into benefits for the real economy. A look at Germany shows that not all of Europe's problems are homegrown.
Eli Manning won't exchange gift from DeAngelo Hall, Redskins"He made the play to beat us, but I don't feel like he made that play. I feel we gave him that play," Hall said of Manning's 77-yard strike to Victor Cruz.
Ball Don't Lie's 2012-13 NBA Season Previews: The New Orleans HornetsAs a result of that offseason, and the impending regular season, why not mess with Ball Don't Lie's triptych of Kelly Dwyer, Dan Devine and Eric Freeman as they preview the 2012-13 season with alacrity, good cheer, and bad jokes.
Gators don't want to peak too earlyYou don't need to find different ways to try and motivate them this week. They'll be excited to play." What's often times lost in a game of this magnitude is the importance of making sure players don't get too hyped too early. Muschamp's seen it happen ...
'The Story of Ain't' by David Skinner"The Story of Ain't" explains why Webster's Third New International Dictionary, introduced with much fanfare in 1961, was so jam-packed with fighting words.
Obama: Voters shouldn't trust RomneyThe president said Romney has changed his position on too many issues and that his tax cut proposal can't possibly reduce the federal debt without major program cuts or tax hikes on the middle class.
Defence cuts weren't deep enough: Stephen Harper in leaked letter to Peter ...OTTAWA - A leaked letter shows the prime minister told Defence Minister Peter MacKay last spring that his initial budget proposals did not cut deep enough on the administrative side of National Defence.
Why didn't President Obama tell the truth about what happened in Benghazi?Why didn't President Obama tell the truth about what happened in Benghazi? Because this is his psychopolitics; ducking, dogging, and altering data is purposely being done to avoid any real responsibility!
T-Mobile is first carrier to sell the Galaxy Note 2T-Mobile is the first carrier out of the gate to bring its customers the much-anticipated Samsung Galaxy Note 2. As of today, any T-Mobile user can snap up the device. Rumors floated this week that the carrier was already receiving shipments of the ...
Super PACs haven't become the bogeyman many fearedA 2010 Supreme Court decision was supposed to herald a new era of special interests' influence in elections, giving rise to shadowy outside spending groups -- "super PACs" -- that could take advantage of unlimited corporate campaign spending.
Tech Giants Don't Always Walk 'Mobile' TalkEach suggests it has a mobile business, but it isn't so clear-cut. In this, the rush to drape businesses in a "mobile" cloak is reminiscent of the dot-com era when everyone seemed to be talking about their "Internet" strategy.
Allen West: 'I don't have to prove anything to anybody'ST. LUCIE, Fla. - Most freshmen members of Congress are lucky if they can raise a few million dollars for their reelection campaign.
Apple doesn't do cheap, and may not need toSAN FRANCISCO (MarketWatch) - Apple Inc. pointedly refused to move into the cheap section of the tablet market with the iPad mini, because apparently it believes it doesn't have to. The 7.9-inch screen iPad mini that Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL) unveiled on ...