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Topic - Daniel Snyder
Speaking at the annual Associated Press Sports Editors conference in Arlington, Virginia, the Arizona Republican was dismissive of last week's decision by the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office to cancel some of the team's "Redskins" trademarks but said the team should listen to objections about the name.
For the second time in 15 years, the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office is attempting to drop the Washington Redskins' trademarks.
Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, who is literally wrong about everything, vowed this week to boycott Washington Redskins games until team owner Daniel Snyder changes the name. That's right, the man who lives in the Ritz-Carlton is going to tough it out and give up his Sundays in a luxurious skybox at FedEx Field. How brave.
A panel of judges with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office on Wednesday canceled what they called "disparaging" trademarks associated with the Washington Redskins for the second time in 15 years amid mounting political pressure on the team to change its name.
As superintendent of the Red Mesa Unified School District in northeastern Arizona, Tommie Yazzie believes its schools' use of the Redskins nickname and mascot epitomizes the qualities desired of its students and athletes: bravery, pride and intelligence.
The general manager of the Super Bowl champion Seahawks, John Schneider, was once in the Redskins' front office — as were others on his Super Bowl-winning staff. Did the Redskins repeat the same mistake when they let Morocco Brown leave for Cleveland?
A Pascagoula police officer Daniel Snyder will be sentenced June 20 after being convicted of felony fleeing an accident that resulted in the death of a 16-year-old Ocean Springs girl.
Jury selection will continue Tuesday in the trial of a Pascagoula police officer accused of fleeing the scene of an accident that killed an Ocean Springs teen.
Daniel Snyder and his wife Tanya were honored with the Charles B. Wang International Children's Award for their philanthropic work for kids.
The NFL should pressure the Washington Redskins to change its name, a bipartisan group of New York lawmakers said Tuesday.
Sen. John McCain, Arizona Republican, said Friday that he'd "probably" change the name of the Washington Redskins if he owned the team but that he personally isn't offended by the name.
Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid says it's time for the NFL's Washington Redskins to change their name, linking the issue to racist comments by a professional basketball team owner.
Reid said the NBA made the right decision by banning L.A. Clippers owner Donald Sterling for life in the wake of racist remarks he made on a recently unearthed recording and that the NFL should follow basketball's example.
Redskins owner Daniel Snyder and the Redskins organization have announced the creation of a foundation aimed at aiding the Native American community.
The Washington Redskins Original Americans Foundation "will serve as a living, breathing legacy — and an ongoing reminder — of the heritage and tradition that is the Washington Redskins," Snyder wrote in a letter distributed by e-mail Monday night.
Redskins owner Daniel Snyder has said repeatedly he will not change the nickname, which has come under heavier fire in recent years from those who consider it a slur.
If I were advising Mr. Snyder, I'd tell him to do it — either temporarily or permanently.