Column: If Bush loses his trophy, what about O.J.?
Reggie Bush was threatened with the loss of his Heisman Trophy Thursday. Some lines you just don't cross. If O.J. Simpson had accepted booster money while he was committing double murder, he could have lost his Heisman Trophy before he lost his Heisman Trophy.
NBC removed Keith Olbermann from Football Night in America's broadcast crew on Wednesday. It's a sign that the political winds are shifting. Just a year ago Rush Limbaugh wasn't allowed to buy an NFL team and now the league is granting him his every wish.
Fidel Castro was conciliatory toward the United States government in an interview this week in the Atlantic Monthly. He's got only two months left to get the U.S. Congress to lift the trade embargo. Democrats don't see Cuba as the enemy, they see it as the cigar room.
President Obama admitted on ABC News Wednesday that if the November election is a referendum on the economy that the Democrats won't win. It's especially true in House elections. An incumbent Democrat stopped by the dry cleaners Tuesday and they made him pay in advance.
Las Vegas animal park tourists looked on in horror Wednesday when a lion attacked its trainer inside its fenced-in habitat. The local hotels love to rent these big cats and display them behind glass in the casino lobbies. So far their collection rate is one hundred percent.
Ground Zero mosque imam Feisal Abdul Rauf returned to New York from his State Department trip to the Middle East Wednesday. It was a real eye-opener. What surprised him most was Saddam Hussein's smiling face on highway billboards all over the Middle East saying Miss Me Yet?
U.S. combat troops began arriving home in the U.S. from Iraq Monday. They find an America that's torn by ethnic, religious and political divisions. Someday psychiatrists will define the Iraq Syndrome as a condition in which you become the country you overthrow.