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Obama Attends Secret Luncheon at DC's Exclusive Metropolitan Club
President Obama is attending a private luncheon at the exclusive Metropolitan Club of Washington, D.C., today hosted by former Senate Majority Leaders Tom Daschle and George Mitchell . One source described Obama's outing as "a purely social drop-by" with former and current members of the Senate.
New York Officials Expand Search Area for Escaped Killers
District Attorney confirms Joyce Mitchell talked with convicts about killing her husband.
Manhunt Investigation Focuses on Prison Employee
Clinton County District Attorney Andrew Wylie confirms that prison worker Joyce Mitchell didn't provide "power tools" to the escaped convicts, but questions remain about what kind of support, or other contraband, she may have provided.
NCAA Agrees to Restore Penn State Wins
Late Coach Joe Paterno reinstated as winningest coach in major college football history.
Selig's contemporaries, on Selig
With Major League Baseball commissioner Bud Selig's retirement approaching, "Outside the Lines" interviewed three contemporaries about key aspects of the former Milwaukee Brewers owner's tenure that began when he was named acting commissioner in 1992. The three are his foremost supporter, Chicago
From Adrian Peterson to the Atlanta Hawks, the Sports World's Bad Week
Adrian Peterson Indicted, Ray Rice Case Continues, Atlanta Hawks Racism Scandal
Goodell probe Mara's moment of truth
Year after year after year, as a flagship franchise of the NFL, the New York Giants have publicly supported the league office by design. When the owning Maras were family feuding in the late 1970s, it was no coincidence that a commissioner, Pete Rozelle, settled the dispute by recommending a
Former Sen . George Mitchell on ISIS Threat
Go here for the former senator's op-ed on achieving peace in the Middle East: http://bit.ly/1qsON9F
Thousands of Penn State Students Rally After Football Playoff Ban Removed
Thousands of Pennsylvania State University students rallied overnight, celebrating the end of the school’s football bowl ban instituted in the wake of a sex abuse scandal involving former coach Jerry Sandusky . The students sang and chanted, screaming the school’s iconic cheer: “We Are Penn State.”
Penn State's postseason ban over
STATE COLLEGE, Pa. -- Penn State will be eligible for the postseason this year and will see all its scholarships returned next year, after the NCAA agreed Monday afternoon to again reduce sanctions stemming from the Jerry Sandusky child sex-abuse scandal. Penn State's athletics integrity monitor,