Sally Ride, the first American woman in space, is dead at 61.
While the rest of the world is blowing up Twitter over the just-announced NCAA near-death penalty sanctions against Penn State, another bit of high-profile big money college sports cheating bustage is flying […]
<by Rafael Noboa y Rivera Should Penn State’s football program receive the “death penalty”? The NCAA – far more swiftly than most expected – is set to hand down its decision at […]
The recent appeals court ruling that the EPA has the authority to regulate greenhouse gases will stand until the Republicans control the Presidency and have a filibuster- proof majority of the Senate, or until a liberal Supreme Court Justice is replaced by a conservative.
By Patrick Vecchio “The Who Plan U.S. Tour,” said the headline in Saturday morning’s paper. The subhead warned of the extent of the wretchedness to follow: “Band Plans to Perform Quadrophenia in Full.” […]
by Bret Higgins I wrote a piece last week at the Rocky Mountain Blues blog on the John Terry case. The Chelsea FC captain had to answer to allegations of racial abuse […]
By Patrick Vecchio The most underappreciated aspect of cellphones is that they provide today’s communications students with real-time demonstrations of how far telephone technology has evolved. Take long-distance calls, for instance. A […]
My search for evidence to support the claim began with this tweet sent 9 minutes after midnight: CBS Radio News @CBSRadioNews US appears headed for its worst year for whooping cough in […]