Saturday, January 15, 2011


This week s war Room discusses the kickoff of the biggest and most important recruiting weekend for Lane Kiffin...
Presenting The war Room

A war veteran cannot be buried in the seaside village where he spent the last eight years of his life because a council has ruled that he and his wife were not local residents.
war veteran cannot be buried at seaside village after public outcry

Shows that feature World war 3 Illustrated magazine covers and collaborative works by Rita Ackerman and Harmony Korine, and Teresa Hubbard and Alexander Birchler.
'Graphic Radicals': '30 Years of World war 3 Illustrated'

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college sports results from around the region and nation
Thursday's college Scoreboard

Friday, January 14, 2011


NBA's top scorers: Who is most consistent?
NBA's top scorers: Who is most consistent?

A trade for Carmelo Anthony would not instantly make the Knicks the favorites in the East... Brandon Roy getting two surgeries... All-Star ballots fourth return and more!
NBA PM: N.Y. Needs More Than Melo

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NBA 2K11 Gets Free Stereoscopic 3D Update on January 16th

Thursday, January 13, 2011


Four years after taking on Mexico's drug traffickers by deploying some 50,000 military and federal forces, President Felipe Calder�n is touting successes, including taking down top drug traffickers and dismantling their networks. He is also faced with a grim number: 15,273.
Mexico drug war death toll up 60 percent in 2010. Why?

Wal Snowden, the last of a little-known group of intrepid World war II soldiers who evaded the rampant Japanese Army and earned the nickname 'Malayan Harriers', has died in hospital in Geelong, aged 89.
war 'deserters' outwitted enemy


Provocative rhetoric on conservative radio talk shows, and whether it leads to violence, has taken center stage in the national debate over political speech after the shooting in Tucson. The caller's name is Avery, and as the call progresses he seems a case study in incendiary talk radio rhetoric.
conservative talk radio rhetoric is hot topic

Prime Minister David Cameron survived a test of his party leadership on Tuesday after eurosceptic conservative rebels failed to win backing for tougher curbs on the flow of power to Brussels from Britain.
conservative rebels fail to win tougher EU laws

A majority of very conservative Americans say political leaders in Washington should stick to their beliefs even if little gets done, while all other groups of Americans, particularly moderates and liberals, tilt more toward the idea that leaders in Washington should compromise.
Very conservative Americans: Leaders Should Stick to Beliefs

Wednesday, January 12, 2011


The letter, to three members of Congress, reads like a eulogy to civility in U.S. politics, its message underscored by the nearly complete absence of mourners.
politics of a shooting prompts search for civility


BRISBANE floods are predicted to inundate 6500 homes as a child was confirmed among the dead in nearby Ipswich. �
disaster zone across Queensland

Tuesday, January 11, 2011


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NFL Total Access. Hollywood?

One round of the NFL Playoffs is complete and 11 former Miami Hurricanes have moved on to this weekend's Divisional Rounds.
Eleven 'Canes Advance in NFL Playoffs

Monday, January 10, 2011


conservative state lawmakers and activists are squabbling over who should be the Texas House Speaker and the method by which the speaker will be chosen.
conservative state lawmakers, activists battling over Texas House Speaker

Gabrielle Giffords, one of her state's most high-profile Democrats, seems at first glance to be an unlikely choice of voters in conservative-leaning southern Arizona.
Giffords: Dem who wins in conservative district

Tensions between the socially conservative and libertarian wings of the movement are heating up.
A conservative civil war over CPAC

Global Warming


( FT ) -- Brazil has warned that the world is on course for a full-blown "trade war" as it stepped up its rhetoric against exchange rate manipulation.
Trade war looming, warns Brazil

The world could face a full-scale "trade war" if governments keep pushing down exchange rates to boost exports, Brazil's Finance Minister Guido Mantega warned in an interview on Monday.
Brazil's finance minister warns of 'trade war'

Sunday, January 9, 2011

college sports

On Monday night, with millions of fans watching every play, Auburn will take on Oregon for the national championship of college football.
Is college athletics a sweatshop?


Even before the shooting of a congresswoman on Saturday, the state of Arizona was in the throes of a convulsive political year that had come to symbolize a bitter partisan divide across much of America.
Bitter politics of Arizona loom over shooting


A person with experience in NBA labor negotiations believes owners are committed to cutting costs -- and players' jobs. Ken Berger says if the two sides can't reach an agreement, the league could face a potential lockout.
NBA owners stay committed to spending less

With a number of franchises stuck in the red and critics complaining the game is watered down, the National Basketball Association may consider the nuclear option: shrinking itself.
NBA Unlikely to Take Contraction Plunge