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WatchdogChris Russo was unimpressed with how CNN and Larry King handled Joe Torre's first TV interview about the book "The Yankee Years." (Chris gets his crack at Torre at 4:45 p.m. Wednesday on Sirius XM.) Click below for my transcript......
Tags: Derrick Brooks, Calvin Johnson, Radio, Tampa Bay Rays, Music
Sun reporterThe referees were huddled in the end zone after time ran out, trying to determine if there was a penalty that would give the Oakland Raiders another shot to tie or win the game yesterday, and the Ravens were getting some bad vibes.Ravens center Wally...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterThe photographs released by the Pentagon this week depicting pockmarked runways and shattered aircraft portray a successful U.S. bombing campaign in Afghanistan, but military experts warn that the carefully selected images reveal far less than meets the...
Tribune staff reporterBilly McKeon is a soft-spoken, unassuming sophomore who had quite a day running for one touchdown and passing for another in Saturday's Class 5A title game at Memorial Stadium. But a simple 4-yard run was his biggest play of the day. It preserved...
Tribune pro football reporterThe AFC West is having trouble getting jump-started. The Oakland Raiders, who won it last year, staged a walkout during a preseason rules session with NFL officials in protest of the infamous "tuck rule" that knocked them from the playoffs in New...
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Tags: Charlie Ward, Ricky Williams, Florida, Oklahoma, Doak Walker
Of The Morning CallAhmed Fathy Mehalba flunked out of Army interrogation school. A girlfriend he met there was dishonorably discharged after allegedly being caught with a stolen laptop containing classified information. He was placed under surveillance by Massachusetts...
Tags: Cuba, Terrorism, Islam, Puerto Rico, U.S. Military
The Bears welcome the Oakland Raiders and their supremely refined fans to the second game in the new Soldier Field. It's a beautiful day in Chicago as the Bears look for their first win against the defending AFC champs. If any of your valuables were...
Sun reporterIt's over now, and the Ravens' coming-out party was a huge success. Players hugged in the locker room. Coach Ted Marchibroda got a little teary-eyed. Quarterback Vinny Testaverde was a big hit, and another new slogan and dance were born. On a day when...
Tribune staff reporterPreseason football is seldom a definitive portent of a team's regular-season fate. The 1985 Bears, for instance, were 1-3 in the exhibitions and wound up 15-1 on the way to Super Bowl glory. So the third straight preseason setback for the Bears,...
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