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Condoleezza Rice

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  • The sacking of Ray Rice [Commentary]

    The sacking of Ray Rice [Commentary]
    The "indefinite suspension" of Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice for knocking out his then-fiancée, now wife, in an elevator at an Atlantic City casino has again provoked debate about domestic violence and what the National Football League ...
  • Susan Rice seeks China cooperation against Islamic State as Beijing visit ends

    BEIJING National security adviser Susan Rice met with Chinese President Xi Jinping for 45 minutes on Tuesday, concluding a three-day visit to Beijing that was billed as a preparatory mission for President Barack Obama's visit to China in November but...
  • Jonathan Capehart: Condi Rice, the one person who could save the NFL

    Jonathan Capehart: Condi Rice, the one person who could save the NFL
    Condoleezza Rice made a startling admission to The New York Times in 2002. The then-national security adviser to President George W. Bush said it was "absolutely right" that she wanted to be commissioner of the National Football League. This was no joke....
  • Goodell's muddled version of Ray Rice case means NFL needs new leader

    Goodell's muddled version of Ray Rice case means NFL needs new leader
    The NFL is all about making billions of dollars a year selling its brand of glitzy gladiatorial violence and power. The kind of violence and power Ray Rice showed. Not what Rice showed in a hotel elevator when he punched his wife's lights out and then...
  • John Kass: Send Goodell packing with Ray Rice, then call Condi

    The NFL is all about making billions of dollars a year selling its brand of glitzy gladiatorial violence and power. The kind of violence and power Ray Rice showed. Not what Rice showed in a hotel elevator when he punched his wife's lights out and then...
  • Royal and Ancient votes to accept women

    The Sports Xchange Royal and Ancient votes to accept women While Scottish voters went to the polls Thursday to decide their independence from Great Britain, another historic vote was taking place. After 260 years, the Royal and Ancient Golf Club...
  • Golf roundup: Royal and Ancient votes to allow women

    The Sports Xchange Golf roundup: Royal and Ancient votes to allow women While Scottish voters went to the polls Thursday to decide their independence from Great Britain, another historic vote was taking place. After 260 years, the Royal and Ancient...
  • Former Mexican president to speak at Judson U. forum in March

    Former Mexican president to speak at Judson U. forum in March
    Former Mexican President Felipe Calderon will be the keynote speaker at the fifth annual World Leaders Forum at Judson University in Elgin this spring, university officials announced Sunday. On March 12, Calderon will talk about the changing global...
  • The sacking of Ray Rice

    The "indefinite suspension" of Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice for knocking out his then-fiancée, now wife, in an elevator at an Atlantic City casino has again provoked debate about domestic violence and what the National Football League tolerates...
  • With 'Madam Secretary,' Tea Leoni returns to series TV after 16 years

    With 'Madam Secretary,' Tea Leoni returns to series TV after 16 years
    When the secretary of State invites you into bed, it's hard to say no. At the end of a long week filming the new CBS drama "Madam Secretary," Téa Leoni is exhausted. Because there are few comfortable places available on the makeshift Brooklyn soundstage...
  • NFL's bogus investigation further soils reputation

    Forgive me for not waiting with bated breath for the outcome of the so-called independent investigation of the NFL's handling of the Ray Rice case. Independent implies free of bias, which seems implausible for the panel the league assembled to...