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  • Golf and rugby to be among sports at 2016 Olympics

     
    Imagine what a golf course in Rio de Janeiro would look like... Lush rainforest grass surrounded by cascading waterfalls and singing vibrant-hued toucans? The world's best golfers will find out in 2016. The International Olympic Committee voted today to...
  • Reaction to Obama's Nobel Peace Prize mixed

     
    What a difference a week makes. Last Friday, despite pleas by Oprah and the Obamas, an Olympics that was (in many U.S. citizens' minds) rightfully ours was awarded to the second-largest city of the largest country in South America, a......
  • Obama faces the downside of winning Nobel Peace Prize

     
    Earth bombed the moon this morning, and the Norwegian Nobel Committee dropped its own bomb, awarding the 2009 Nobel Peace Prize to President Obama. You would think everything is perfect after receiving such a surprising honor and that Obama could......
  • Nobel Peace Prize unleashes partisan war

     
    After Republican Party Chairman Michael Steele dismisses Obama's award, Democrats fire back, and the combat continues throughout the day....
  • Olympic women's hockey preview: U.S. vs. Canada on NHL Network

     
    The U.S. women's national hockey team, which has revamped its program since its bronze-medal finish at the 2006 Turin Olympics, will be featured on the NHL Network on Friday facing archrival Canada as part of its 10-game, nine-city Qwest Tour......
  • USOC gets one right: its new communications chief

     
    Maybe the U.S. Olympic Committee leadership is beginning to get it. Its choice of an acting chief communications officer shows at least a little comprehension of how particular an entity the USOC is -- and that skills in one area......
  • Sasha Cohen answers critics of her Grand Prix meet pullout

     
    I took 2006 Olympic silver medalist Sasha Cohen at her word when Cohen announced last Friday she was withdrawing from this week's Grand Prix competition in Paris because of tendinitis in her leg. I posted that news here and in......
  • It's an oyster-shucking throwdown at the annual Galway International Oyster Festival

     
    The Guinness World Oyster Opening Competition in Galway, Ireland, recently brought together the creme de la creme of competitors in the oyster-shucking universe. The contest is the annual highlight of the three-day Galway International Oyster Festival....
  • Garth Brooks is bound for Las Vegas

     
    He will end his retirement and perform on weekends at the Wynn casino. Reporting from Las Vegas -- Eight years after trading in his Stetson and pop music superstardom for domestic life raising his three young daughters, Garth Brooks, the......
  • Obama gets public opinion bounce from Nobel Peace Prize. George W. Bush gets bounce too. Go figure.

     
    The venerable polling organization Gallup is reporting this morning that President Obama appears to have gotten a slight bounce in public approval after he won the Nobel Peace Prize on Friday. Despite near-universal disdain from the punditocracy ("a...
  • Garth Brooks is coming out of retirement [UDPATED]

     
    Eight years after trading in his Stetson and pop music superstardom for domestic life raising his three young daughters, Garth Brooks, the biggest-selling solo performer of all time, has decided to dust off that hat and come out of retirement.......