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NFL Power Rankings Week 17: Analyzing Standings Entering Week 17

The NFL playoff picture is all but set with 10 of the 12 spots locked up, but there is plenty of drama still remaining heading into Week 17. After all, seeding and the final postseason slot for each conference are still up in the air, even if the NFC South winner will have a losing record. Show More Summary

The Key to Arkansas Becoming Real SEC Contenders in 2014

Arkansas closed strong during the final month of the season, shutting out LSU and Ole Miss in Fayetteville to earn second-year head coach Bret Bielema his first two conference wins and give the program confidence for the first time since...Show More Summary

Oklahoma City Thunder vs. San Antonio Spurs: Live Score, Highlights and Analysis

Christmas Day brings with it a rematch of the 2014 Western Conference Finals when the Oklahoma City Thunder take their act on the road to wage battle with the San Antonio Spurs. This marks the first of three meetings between the twoShow More Summary

NBA Christmas 2014, Thunder vs. Spurs: Time, TV schedule and live stream

The Spurs and Thunder meet on Christmas Day for the first time since the 2014 Western Conference Finals. Holiday hoops continues on Christmas Day with an afternoon matchup between the surging Oklahoma City Thunder and the defending champion San Antonio Spurs. These two Western Conference powers aren't where you'd expect this deep into the season. Show More Summary

Arizona vs. UNLV: Score and Twitter Reaction for Runnin' Rebels' Upset Win

UNLV's first three losses on the season all came against the Pac-12, but Dave Rice's squad saved its best for the conference's top team. The Runnin' Rebels outscored No. 3 Arizona 15-6 in the game's final seven minutes Tuesday night,...Show More Summary

2014 Poinsettia Bowl final score: Navy downs San Diego State by an unsightly 17-16

Seven total turnovers, including four in the fourth quarter, made for a game you won't remember all that fondly. Unless you're a Navy fan. The Navy Midshipmen ride into 2015, when they'll join the American Athletic Conference, at 8-5 and in possession of an epoch of a winning streak over archrival Army and a bowl win in home-away-from-home San Diego. Show More Summary

OKC Thunder Finally Feeling Pinch of NBA's Stacked Western Conference

Before the NBA's Western Conference was a patented, contender-chocked bloodbath, the San Antonio Spurs and Oklahoma City Thunder stood alone, together, both of equal prominence and promise. One was—and remains—a certified dynasty operating on what feels like borrowed time, ebbing in shelf life, flourishing in function. Show More Summary

Lima climate conference: Slow movement on Planet UNFCCC

As haggard negotiators left the UN climate change conference in Lima in the early hours of Sunday morning, many observers noted the contrast between the political acrimony that characterised the final days of these tortured discussions...Show More Summary

NFC Playoff Pictures 2014-15: Scenarios and Standing Heading into Final Week

Just like that, the field of potential NFC playoff teams has shrunk to seven. The heavy lifting is virtually done throughout the conference as the regular season reaches its inevitable conclusion. Only one team has a mathematical chance...Show More Summary

NFL Scores Week 16: Final Results, Playoff Standings and Picture for AFC, NFC

With top seeds still very much undetermined, many division titles up for grabs and jumbled wild-card races in both conferences, Week 16's NFL action could hardly have been more packed with subplots and juicy storylines. Saturday setShow More Summary

Watch UFC Fight Night 58 post-fight press conference live stream video

With UFC Fight Night 58: "Machida vs. Dollaway" coming to a close tonight (Sat., Dec. 20, 2014) -- and the promotion's final event of of the year in the books -- check out the LIVE post-fight press conference video stream below fromShow More Summary

Why Did President Obama Only Take Questions From Female Reporters At Press Conference?

During his final press conference of the year, President Obama only called on female reporters during the Q&A session. According to a report from ABC News, Obama became the first president in history to call on only female reporters at a solo news conference. Show More Summary

On North Korea, Obama Leads From Behind

(John Hinderaker) On November 24, the news broke that Sony Pictures’ computer system had been hacked. Today, 25 days later, President Obama finally addressed the issue in one of his rare press conferences. In the meantime, Sony had already...Show More Summary

Boston Bombing News: Tsarnaev Pretrial

Thursday, 18th. December saw the final pretrial conference in the case of U.S. v Dzhokhar Tsarnaev  at Moakley Courthouse in Boston. The trial is due to begin the first week of January, 2015. This hearing was scheduled for 10.00 am and the defendant arrived nearly four hours previous, escorted by at least three divisions of [...]

Sergio Ramos: ‘Real Madrid are God’s team’

Sergio Ramos made a surprising statement at his press conference today, ahead of Sunday’s FIFA Club World Cup Final against San Lorenzo. San Lorenzo being Pope Francisco’s team, Ramos was asked if God’s ‘Representative on Earth’ might have a role to play in the match, by having a quiet word with the big guy upstairs. […]

Watch President Obama Call on Female Reporters for Every Single Question During Friday's Presser

For his final press conference of 2014, President Obama exclusively called on female reporters. The White House had planned it that way: .@PressSec statement on questioner list: pic.twitter.com/QA44ySvsL3 — Zeke Miller (@ZekeJMiller)...Show More Summary

Obama Played Racist, Sexist Game at Press Conference, Only Called on White Women

Montage posted to Twitter by C-SPAN’s Bridget@CSPANBriCD Photo of White House briefing room, December 19, 2014 Source President Barack Obama used his final press conference of 2014 to play a racist, sexist game of calling on only white women reporters. … Continue reading ?

President Obama: 'I Think Sony Made A Mistake' Pulling The Interview

President Obama was asked about Sony's decision to pull the movie The Interview during his final press conference of 2014: Obama: Sony 'Made A Mistake' By Canceling The Release Of 'The Interview': President Barack Obama spoke FridayShow More Summary

Obama Calls James Franco ‘James Flacco’; Mockery Ensues

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During his final 2014 press conference, President Barack Obama had some pretty stern words for Sony Pictures over their decision to pull The Interview in light of terror threats from North Korea-affiliated hackers. Amidst his remarks, though, came a notable flub that sent Twitter into a tizzy with joking responses.

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