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  • The Ray Rice Rehab Machine hits top speed

    The Ray Rice Rehab Machine hits top speed
    It's human nature to want to fix the things we've broken as fast as possible, but when it comes to human beings and what we think and feel and believe, time is the greatest healer. And time is not what Ray Rice has. Though he will turn but 28 next...
  • Ray Rice Says He Is Hopeful For Chance To Get Back To NFL

    Ray Rice Says He Is Hopeful For Chance To Get Back To NFL
    Embattled former Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice in an interview on Tuesday said he hopes to land with another NFL team because he "took full responsibility" for his one-punch knockout of his then-fiancée. Rice, a three-time Pro Bowler, was...
  • The hype is unbearable, but Lauer does solid interview with Janay Rice

    The hype is unbearable, but Lauer does solid interview with Janay Rice
    The "Today" show hype of its conversation with Janay Rice is almost grotesque in its overkill, but the first parts of Matt Lauer's actual sit-down with the wife of the former Ravens running back and her mother was a respectable piece of morning show TV...
  • ESPN sells out on Rice interview; NBC says no concessions were made

    Updates at end with more from NBC and ESPN. If NBC News is telling the truth in how it got the interview with Ray and Janay Rice, what a difference between NBC and ESPN. I swore I would never use journalism in the same sentence with ESPN again after...
  • Nation and world news briefs

    NATION WASHINGTON President Barack Obama is ordering up new rules for giving local police agencies access to surplus U.S. military equipment such as the armored vehicles, assault rifles and body armor that police in Ferguson, Mo., used in an...
  • In wide-ranging "Today" interview, Janay Rice says Ravens suggested she apologize at May news conference

    In wide-ranging "Today" interview, Janay Rice says Ravens suggested she apologize at May news conference
    In a wide-ranging interview Monday on NBC's “Today” show with Matt Lauer, Janay Rice said the Ravens suggested that she apologize for her role in a domestic-violence incident alongside her husband, Ray, during a May news conference. “I...
  • Mo'ne Davis SI's 2014 SportsKid of the Year

    Mo'ne Davis SI's 2014 SportsKid of the Year
    Little League World Series star Mo'ne Davis, a pitcher for Philadelphia's Taney Dragons, continues to earn honors as she was chosen Sports Illustrated's 2014 SportsKid of the Year. … Ray Rice's wife, Janay Rice, said on the NBC's "Today" show...
  • Rice needs to be apologetic, forthcoming to rebuild image

    Rice needs to be apologetic, forthcoming to rebuild image
    As former Baltimore Ravens star Ray Rice tries to rehabilitate an image sullied by domestic violence — a crucial step in restarting his NFL career — branding experts and sports analysts say he faces a straightforward, yet imposing task:...
  • Parents of Michael Brown say Wilson's statements add 'insult after injury'

    ST. LOUIS In an interview Wednesday with NBC's "Today" show, Lesley McSpadden, mother of Ferguson teenager Michael Brown, said Police Officer Darren Wilson's account of Brown's Aug. 9 death added "insult after injury." In a separate interview on "CBS...
  • Rep. Tammy Duckworth gives birth to daughter

     Rep. Tammy Duckworth gives birth to daughter
    Rep. Tammy Duckworth, who won a second term in the U.S. House two weeks ago, gave birth Tuesday to a daughter: Abigail O'kalani Bowlsbey. The child's arrival, announced by the lawmaker's office Thursday, came a few weeks before her due date. "My...
  • One Direction joy, then 'Today' firing

    One Direction joy, then 'Today' firing
    On the same day that "Today" presented a joyous One Direction concert from Universal Orlando Resort, the program's general manager lost his job. Talk about irony. The morning programs, such as "Today" and ABC's "Good Morning America," try to project a...