President Barack Obama’s repeated postponement of deadlines in the rollout of his health-care overhaul has sparked accusations from Republicans that he’s straying into dangerous territory by rewriting the law.
Buffalo Bills receiver Steve Johnson has been fined $10,000 for a touchdown dance that mocked the New York Jets’ Plaxico Burress shooting himself, the Associated Press reported, citing a person familiar with the National Football League’s decision who requested anonymity.
The New England Patriots made wide receiver Wes Welker their franchise player, and Buffalo Bills receiver Steve Johnson and Houston Texans running back Arian Foster avoided the tag with long-term contract extensions.
Watching six real football players compete in a video game of the sport had its moments. It’s fun to know Tim Tebow springs to his feet when he plays Madden NFL, and that he feels comfortable playing in a purple tie and UGG shoes.
Andy Roddick brought a crowd of 24,674 to its feet for two standing ovations at the National Tennis Center in New York, prolonging his career with a 6-3, 6-4, 6-0 defeat of Australia’s Bernard Tomic at the U.S. Open.
All U.S. ground troops will be out of Iraq by Dec. 31, and soon this sorry conflict will fade quietly into the past, the second-dumbest war in American history. Yet the Iraq War has been missing in action during the Republican presidential campaign.
The U.S. settlement allowing the merger of American Airlines parent AMR Corp. and US Airways Group Inc. to go through will open the door to more low-cost carriers at Washington’s Ronald Reagan National Airport.