Would-Be Bomber's Visa Revoked

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Vol 46 Issue 01

Colts To Rest Starters For First Game Of Playoffs

INDIANAPOLIS—At his weekly press conference Monday, Colts head coach Jim Caldwell announced that he will rest key starters during the divisional round of the AFC playoffs to keep his players fresh for a Super Bowl run.

Man Gets Life In Order For 36 Minutes

JACKSONVILLE, FL—"It was nice to get some chores out of the way," Terry Oberlin told reporters later, acknowledging that for more than half an hour he experienced no regrets, despair, or frustration of any kind. "Felt really good."

Chris Johnson

This blisteringly quick Titans running back just set the NFL's single-season total yardage record. Is he any good?

Scandalous Coach Firings

Mike Leach's departure from Texas Tech was a spectacle, but it wasn't the first unusual firing in sports history. We look at other notable incidents.
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Would-Be Bomber's Visa Revoked

The State Department announced Tuesday that it has revoked the visa of Nigerian Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab, the man who tried to blow up a Northwestern flight to Detroit on Christmas Day. What do you think?
  • "That's just the start. Tomorrow he's going to be placed on a security watchlist."

    Travis Williamson
    Spot Welder
  • "When it sinks in that he won't be able to come back for Jazz Fest this year, I hope he'll take time to realize what he’s done."

    Norman Osterberg
    Sales Associate
  • "I'm glad somebody's on the ball, but it's still inexcusable that the Department of the Interior hasn't revoked his grazing privileges."

    Mandy Asheton
    Unemployed
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