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The compromise announced Friday by the Obama administration on birth control as part of health care seems reasonable to me (point of clarity, I am Catholic), but in this political season, reason doesn’t seem to be a top priority. Before the change,...
Sunday night at Super Bowl 46, in a game that featured two great quarterback performances, Eli Manning was the better man. I'm beginning to think he's the better Manning too. And that's something I never thought would happen. For one thing, up until...
Tags: New York Giants, Eli Manning, Football, John Elway, Dan Marino
I see where the South Bend Tribune is running a four-part, front-page special report on tattoos. Feel free to comment and tell me I am misguided, but that is a lot more tattoo news than I need. It also sounds like something a local TV station would run on...
CUPERTINO, Calif. (AP) — Steve Jobs, the Apple founder and former CEO who invented and masterfully marketed ever-sleeker gadgets that transformed everyday technology, from the personal computer to theiPod andiPhone, died Wednesday. He was 56. Apple...
Twenty new members will be enshrined into the College Football Hall of Fame on Saturday in South Bend. Television analysts Charles Davis and Jon Gruden will be their guides. Gruden and Davis will serve as the emcees for Saturday night's Enshrinement and...
TUCSON, Ariz. (AP) — An Arizona man has admitted in court that he used a computer to interrupt a Tucson-area telecast of the 2009 Super Bowl with a 37-second pornography clip. Pima County prosecutors say 39-year-old Frank Tanori Gonzalez of...
Tags: FBI, Football, Punishment, Arizona Cardinals, Trials
South Bend Tribune Staff WriterSOUTH BEND - It was a night of extraneous add-ons, concocted to conjure up enough magic to keep Notre Dame’s BCS dreams pulsating and feed the recruit-apalooza sideshow. By the time the rock anthems stopped thumping, the complimentary towels...
MUNCIE, Ind. (AP) — Tourism officials across central Indiana hope to reap the benefits of the 2012 Super Bowl and the overflow crowds it's likely to bring. Super Bowl Host Committeewoman Pat Carlini says the NFL expects visitors to bring in between...
Tags: Football, National Football League
It’s the busiest week ever for NFL free agency, and the Bears could make themselves a much better team by making one or two aggressive moves. If the Bears want Jay Cutler to lead them to a Super Bowl, they need to give him someone to throw to. ...
Peyton Manning's actions over the weekend are commendable. He turned down MILLIONS of dollars, money the Colts wanted to pay him, so that the Colts could spend it on his teammates instead. In this day in age, can you imagine anybody turning down a pay-...
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — The outbreak of measles linked to Indianapolis' Super Bowl Village is the second major outbreak in two years despite the state's above-average vaccination rate. The Centers for Disease Control reports more than 92 percent of...
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