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
Having lost his most recent Senate bid in New Hampshire, Scott Brown has joined Fox News as a contributor, and the folks back in Boston, where Brown is known as a former Massachusetts Senator, were watching. Boston Globe columnist Kevin...Show More Summary
The Pittsburgh Steelers are already dealing with injuries in the secondary, but the unit could be getting thinner as cornerback Cortez Allen had surgery on his broken thumb. Scott Brown of ESPN provided more information: Mark KabolyShow More Summary
Former U.S. Sen. Scott Brown of Massachusetts and failed U.S. Senate candidate of New Hampshire, is joining Fox News again. Per a report in the Boston Herald, Brown is rejoining the network after failing to beat incumbent U.S. Sen. Jean Shaheen in the recent midterm elections. Show More Summary
Lose Senate election; join Fox. Lose another Senate election -- join Fox again?
Senator Scott Brown joined Fox News as a contributor after losing his election race in 2012, and after another loss this year, Brown is reportedly jumping right back into his previous Fox role.
Former U.S. Senator Scott Brown, who lost his comeback bid to New Hampshire Senator Jean Shaheen, is reportedly rejoining Fox News as a contributor. Fox's decision to rehire Brown comes after the network served as a launching pad for...Show More Summary
Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren joked with Seth Myers about Scott Brown’s next move, now that he’s lost Senate races on both Massachusetts and New Hampshire. As Meyers pointed out, Warren beat Brown in the Massachusetts Senate race in 2012 before he decided to try his hand in New Hampshire. “So he’s slowly moving north.” “That’s [...]
Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) stopped by Late Night with Seth Meyers last night, where she allowed herself a brief celebration over Scott Brown's defeat by Democrat Jeanne Shaheen in the New Hampshire Senate race last Tuesday. "Woo-hoo!" she exclaimed when Seth Meyers mentioned the news.
Cleveland.com asks readers how they want Black Friday covered. The commenters don’t disappoint. (cleveland.com) WMUR’s James Pindell has been MIA – and silent on Twitter – since apologizing to Scott Brown for his debate question. (The news director didn’t respond to my Monday email.) (miscellanyblue.com) Narrow demo: Reuters TV is targeting 30- … Read More
PITTSBURGH -- Steelers reporter Scott Brown revises his season prediction at the midway point of the season. Preseason prediction: 10-6 Revised prediction: 11-5 Why the Steelers will finish better: An offense that was supposed to carry...Show More Summary
While Republicans nationally enjoyed a wave election, Republican federal candidates in New Hampshire underperformed relative to other states. Scott Brown lost very narrowly to incumbent Jeanne Shaheen, dogged throughout the campaign with the “carpetbagger” label. Show More Summary
Obviously, progressives took a beating on Tuesday. But Scott Brown losing wasn't the only silver lining
Martha Coakley was much improved after her disastrous 2010 loss to Scott Brown, but that—and the first joint Elizabeth Warren-Hillary Clinton appearance—wasn’t enough for victory.
Four years after losing a Senate special election to Scott Brown, Massachusetts Democratic attorney general Martha Coakley is on the brink of defeat in another race that was hers to lose. Both Fox News and ABC have called the governor's...Show More Summary
It has been hours since several news outlets called the New Hampshire Senate race for Democrat Jeanne Shaheen, but her Republican opponent Scott Brown has still not conceded. MSNBC's Alex Wagner, who earlier in the day hounded Scott about his post-election plans, reported live from the Republican's New Hampshire headquarters to give some insight on what his camp is thinking.