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Champ Bailey Released by Saints: Latest Details and Reaction

Champ Bailey apparently was not up to the standards the New Orleans Saints were hoping for when they signed him this offseason. The 36-year-old cornerback signed a two-year deal with the Saints in April, but he did not survive the final...Show More Summary

War Criminal Ollie North Says Obama Doesn't Pay Attention

The Obama Administration is furtively guarding their chosen strategy to deal with ISIL. This is reminiscent of a certain White House Correspondents' dinner where the President calmly played the part of a relaxed president enjoying a moment of levity. Show More Summary

One Thousand Reasons to Let Others Deal with ISIS

There are probably one thousand reasons for not getting involved in the genocide and other atrocities presently being perpetrated by a band of nihilistic, religious fanatics in the Middle East. In a superb, well-researched, well-reasoned, logical and eloquent piece — and I do mean each and every one of these attributes — our Foreign Affairs [...]

Navy scores impossible-to-determine TD against Ohio State

Ohio State is in Baltimore for their season opener, and they're having some trouble early dealing with Navy's triple-option offense. The Midshipmen ran for 82 yards in the first quarter while holding the Buckeyes to a field goal on offense,...Show More Summary

Co-Authors of Ebola Study Die of Ebola

In an example of the risks health care workers take when dealing with Ebola, five co-authors of a study on the virus have died after contracting the disease. They include three nurses, one lab technician, and one physician. They were part of an international team of more than 50 people...

Quarterback Kyle Orton pulls fast one on Cowboys, agrees to deal with Bills

Quarterback Kyle Orton must have really, really hated retirement, because it didn't last long. He likely never wanted to retire, of course. But through his threats, he convinced the Cowboys he did. There was a standoff all offseasonShow More Summary

Dealing with Insults: Don’t Take Anything Personally

My friend is waiting for a table at a local restaurant. She is one of those table stalkers, who intuitively knows who is getting up when. She’s been hovering over a certain table for a good half hour. She is most certain the table is hers until some guy comes out of left field and […]

Does No One Care About the Plight of 'Drowning' Samoa? Apparently Not...

The Prime Minister of Samoa has launched a heartfelt plea in the Guardian newspaper on behalf of his allegedly drowning Pacific nation. (H/T Bufo 75) Unless concerted international action is taken to deal with the threat of 'climateShow More Summary

Iran nuclear talks to continue on fringes of UN assembly: Ashton

The six global powers will discuss ways to reach a comprehensive nuclear deal with Iran on the sidelines of the United Nations General Assembly in New York in September, the European Union's foreign policy chief said on Saturday. Talks aimed at curbing Iran's nuclear program in exchange for ending sanctions began in February. Show More Summary

Kyle Orton Reaches Deal With Buffalo Bills After Considering Retirement

Kyle Orton has signed with the Buffalo Bills, giving the team a much-needed veteran backup and Orton an avenue to continue in the league. Orton was released by the Dallas Cowboys after he threatened to retire this offseason and then failed to report to team activities. After several weeks in the free agent pool he

How Coca-Cola Built Up Its Business Way Beyond Soda

www.minutemaid.com As demonstrated by its recent purchase/asset-swap deal with energy drink company Monster Beverage (MNST), Coca-Cola (KO) is more than just a slinger of soda. The company draws billions of dollars in revenue from aShow More Summary

Rugby Union - ARU top up code-hopper Hunt's deal with Reds

- The Australian Rugby Union said Saturday it provided financial assistance to secure the services of code-hopper Karmichael Hunt's switch to the Queensland Reds. The Reds on Friday announced wayward international James O'Connor andShow More Summary

Global Showbiz Briefs: DreamWorks Signs 4- Series Deal With South Korea’s Studio Mir; Veteran Aussie Actor Bill Kerr Dies; More

DreamWorks Animation has inked a deal with Studio Mir for the latter to produce as many as to four cartoon TV series during the next four years. The South Korean animation studio, known for 2D fantasy series The Legend Of Korra, which...Show More Summary

Kyle Orton to Bills: Latest Contract Details, Analysis and Reaction

The Buffalo Bills may have found their backup quarterback. The team reportedly agreed to a one-year deal with Kyle Orton. ESPN's Mike Rodak and James Walker have the news: Tim Graham of The Buffalo News provides more details on the contract: The Bills have been looking for a veteran quarterback to fill the mentor role behind second-year starter E.J. Show More Summary

Report: Kyle Orton reaches deal with Bills

He’s back. Veteran quarterback Kyle Orton has reached a one-year deal with the Bills, ESPN.com’s James Walker reported Friday night. In July, the Cowboys released Orton, who was said to be considering retirement. At the time, Dallas owner Jerry Jones indicated the 31-year-old quarterback wasn’t done playing just yet. Jones was apparently right. With 70…

Cubemen 2 - Laslo character profile

Laslo deals with enemies with laser precision. Get in his way and you’re toast! #Cubemenarmy #WiiU #Cubemen2 pic.twitter.com/xDyuBfSDlf — Nnooo (@_Nnooo) August 30, 2014

Tony Stewart says he missed races out of respect for Ward and family

NASCAR star Tony Stewart, emerging Friday from three weeks of seclusion after his race car struck and killed a 20-year-old fellow driver, said the incident was "one of the toughest tragedies I've ever had to deal with."

Advice on Strategy From Dilbert

(John Hinderaker) President Obama can’t come up with a strategy to deal with ISIS. It’s just so…complicated. Here’s an idea: how about if we kill them? I don’t suppose Obama will go with that one. But hey: even Dilbert has a better grasp of strategy than our clueless president: OK, it may not be optimal, but it’s better than anything the Obama administration has come up with!

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