ESPN Steelers reporter Scott Brown discusses what the philosophy is with the No. 22 pick.
WASHINGTON -- Four years ago, eyeing a defeat of Scott Brown, the liberal activist group Progressive Change Campaign Committee loudly encouraged Elizabeth Warren to return to Massachusetts and make a run for the Senate. The group raised $100,000 to draft the consumer advocate, which it gave to her the week after she announced her candidacy. Show More Summary
Longtime NFL safety Ryan Clark announced his retirement on ESPN's NFL Live television show on Wednesday. Scott Brown of ESPN reported the news: Retired star safety Brian Dawkins reached out to Clark when news of his decision broke: The...Show More Summary
It wouldn't be a weekend at Fox News if hosts Tucker, Clayton and Anna didn't promote the ruse that education is a bad thing. Who better to drive that point home than the cerebral Scott Brown, the twice defeated former U.S. Senator and...Show More Summary
ESPN Steelers reporter Scott Brown discusses where the team may turn in the later rounds of the draft.
Scott Brown (R), “who won a Senate seat in Massachusetts and lost one in New Hampshire, is ready for retirement. Brown has applied for his state pension, in Massachusetts, based on his nearly 17 years of state, county, and municipal [...] The post Brown Files for Pension in Massachusetts appeared first on Political Wire.
We’d also have unemployment below 6%. Oh, wait! That already happened. And gas would be under $2– oh, that happened too. According to carpetbagging Senate candidate Scott Brown, Romney would have stopped Ebola. And now some anonymous advisor says if only Romney were in the White House, there’s be no ISIS. An unidentified advisor to Mitt [...]
ESPN Steelers reporter Scott Brown discusses the challenges facing new defensive coordinator Keith Butler.
From the January 12 edition of Fox News' Outnumbered: Previously: Revolving Door: Scott Brown Reportedly Rejoining Fox News After Second Failed Senate Bid Campaign Propaganda: Scott Brown Screens Fox Documentary For Voters Fox Hosts Ex-Employee Scott Brown For A Victory Lap After Senate Primary Win
When we last reviewed the political career of Scott Brown, he had been beaten like a bad piece of meat in his Senate bid by a woman. Twice. In two separate states. So it should come as no surprise that a new – and completely fake – Twitter account, @ScottBrownCA, has the hapless hunk mulling [...]
@kerpen @TheRickWilson Luckily there are only two Republicans in California. — DM Hawk (@HawkinsUSA) January 8, 2015 BREAKING: Harold Ford's helicopter just crash-landed onto Scott Brown's truck in Sacramento. #CASen — Jeffrey YoungShow More Summary
ESPN Steelers reporter Scott Brown discusses Ben Roethlisberger and why Mike Tomlin believes he sometimes takes Big Ben for granted.
Scott Brown is off to a fine start at his new gig with “Fox and Friends.” It’s not even New Year’s, and the former Massachusetts senator (or whoever is handling his Twitter account) is tweeting misinformation like an old hand. This went out earlier today: Hmmm … sometimes you can just tell. So I started […]
In 2014, conservative media outlets and personalities routinely crossed ethical boundaries. Media Matters looks back at some of the worst media scandals of the year. Scott Brown, Fox's Favorite On-Again, Off-Again Candidate/Contributor The...Show More Summary
ESPN Steelers reporter Scott Brown discusses the challenge of facing A.J. Green.
ESPN Steelers reporter Scott Brown discusses the possibility of extended duty for Ryan Shazier.
Post by Amy Reiter I'm sorry, but this is really too outrageous: You know how Scott Brown, the Republican Senator from Massachusetts who won an upset election to take Senator Edward Kennedy's seat in 2010, once posed totally naked (his...Show More Summary
ESPN Steelers reporter Scott Brown discusses a troubling trend Pittsburgh is looking to break.
Tonight The Independents (Fox Business Network, 9 p.m. ET, 6 p.m. PT, repeats three hours later) is largely concerned with the wo huge pieces of news from Capitol Hill today: The Senate Select Committee on Intelligence's long-overdue...Show More Summary
For Scott Brown, founder and chief executive officer of Louisville, Colorado, startup bounce.io, email was a technology ready for innovations. "It's like 'Hamlet,' he said. "When you're given a play that's 400 years old, you've got to find some way to breathe new life into it. Show More Summary