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  • Sunday's question of the day: should U.S. broadcasters pay less in the upcoming TV negotiations for the Olympics?

     
    Given the slow erosion of interest in the Olympics, and the spurning of Chicago for the 2016 bid, should U.S. broadcasters pay less in the upcoming TV negotiations and will they pay less? is Sunday's question of the day. Reporters......
  • Chicago, 'a city that works:' Obama

     
    by Mark Silva and Christi Parsons and updated at 11:45 am, 1:10, 3:15 and 4:40 pm EDT All that planning, all that lobbying, all that spending. And Chicago has lost its bid for the 2016 Olympic Summer Games. On the......
  • SNL's Obama: 'Nothing, nada'... Problem?

     
    by Mark Silva Several years back, when Saturday Night Live made fun of Democrat Al Gore's plodding debating style in a televised skit between the first couple of face-offs between Gore and Republican George W. Bush, the Gore campaign took......
  • Obama on Chicago's Olympics bid: 'The most American of American cities'

     
    Full text of president's remarks to the International Olympics Committee in Copenhagen today....
  • What Michelle Obama told the International Olympic Committee about her Chicago (and father)

     
    Full text of her plea involving her late father and what the Games would have meant to him....
  • Did White House give a dressing-down to Gen. McChrystal for publicly objecting to new strategy?

     
    It started in London last week, when Army Gen. Stanley McChrystal, who heads U.S. and NATO troops in Afghanistan, told an audience at the Institute of International and Strategic Studies that he does not support a new military strategy being......
  • Chicago's loss could be L.A.'s gain

     
    Now that the International Olympic Committee has snubbed Chicago and chose Rio de Janeiro to play host to the 2016 Summer Games, will the U.S. Olympic Committee try again to bring the Olympics to this country? How about to this......
  • Blaming Bush: 'Big-boy pants' time

     
    by Mark Silva John Ellis Bush was on his way to Washington, where he senses a lot of Bush-blaming going on lately. The younger brother of the 43rd president and son of the 41st told FOX and Friends this morning......
  • U.S. Olympic Committee chaos: the whole story

     
    The top two officials of the U.S. Olympic Committee, acting chief executive Stephanie Streeter and board chairman Larry Probst, took actions Wednesday that were tantamount to an admission the USOC had failed Chicago in its bid to be host of......
  • Rush Limbaugh: Nobel 'embarrassment'

     
    by Mark Silva and updated at 6:30 pm EDT Among the various reaction today to the news that President Barack Obama has won the 2009 Nobel Prize for Peace, perhaps the most stunning is radio Rush Limbaugh's suggestion that the......
  • Nobel bump?: Obama's approval rises

     
    by Mark Silva Something funny has happened on the way home from Copenhagen, where President Barack Obama lost his bid for the Chicago Olympics: His public approval has risen. Something else came out of Oslo in the meantime: A Nobel......