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Bill Belichick's Tears Eat Through Podium

FOXBOROUGH, MA—In a rare show of emotion, Patriots coach Bill Belichick began to cry during linebacker Tedy Bruschi's farewell press conference Monday, shedding a noxious black discharge...

Colt McCoy

Colt McCoy is the starting quarterback for the University of Texas and a Heisman Trophy contender. Is he any good?

Mother Of 18 Pregnant

Forty-two-year-old Michelle Duggar of the TLC show 18 Kids And Counting is expecting a 19th child in March. What do you think?

2009's Most Popular Classes

As the academic year begins, here is a survey of the most popular classes at colleges around the country: University of...

Bernanke Had ID Stolen

Federal Reserve chairman Ben Bernanke was one of the victims of a nationwide identity-fraud ring that stole $2.1 million from consumers and...

RNC's Health Scare Tactics

A recent fundraising mailer for the Republican National Committee was accompanied by a questionnaire which intimated that any health care reform may...

Postal Workers Offered Buyout

Thirty thousand employees of the United States Postal Service have been offered a $15,000 incentive to quit, which would save the troubled agency...
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