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Topic - Garrett
A legendary burglar searches for a missing protege while pilfering a city on the verge of chaos in the return of a stealthy game franchise that delivers less than stellar results.
Video games are filled with scenarios where the only solution is to blast your way out. That's why I have a soft spot for "stealth" games like "Metal Gear Solid," ''Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell" and 2012's brilliant "Dishonored." There's something more mentally stimulating about finding ways to outwit your enemies without filling them with lead.
Andre Miller's ability to get his own shot, create for others and post up will give the Wizards a lot more options with lineups going forward.
No words can convey what Andy Reid is feeling right now, after his oldest son Garrett was found dead Sunday in a dormitory room at the Philadelphia Eagles' training camp. But let's talk about it for a bit, anyway, because, well, it's a story for our times.
A 17-year-old boy who faced the possibility of life in prison after he was accused of soliciting the murder of a Prince George's County judge on Twitter likely will receive a lesser punishment now that his case has been waived down to juvenile court.
Say this much about the Dallas Cowboys under Jason Garrett: They sure don't get blown out.
While Mia Hamm was leading the U.S. women's soccer team to Olympic gold, her brother Garrett sat quietly in the stands. After fighting a rare blood disorder called aplastic anemia for nearly 12 years, his health was worsening and doctors advised him to stay at home for the 1996 Olympic Games.
Maryland Gov. Martin O'Malley's executive order calling for a study on natural-gas drilling has upset some political opponents, who note that a similar proposal failed in this year's General Assembly.
Betty Garrett, the vivacious Broadway star who played Frank Sinatra's sweetheart in two MGM musicals before her career was hampered by the Hollywood blacklist, has died in Los Angeles, her son said Sunday. She was 91.
Drew Brees and the New Orleans Saints have recovered from blowing a 17-point lead by marching 89 yards for a go-ahead touchdown with 1:55 left to pull out a 30-27 victory over the Dallas Cowboys on Thursday.
In "Going the Distance," Drew Barrymore plays a quick-to-laugh, ambitious young hipster who loves cool indie bands, "Shawshank Redemption" and playing the old arcade games in bars. Jason Long, on the other hand, plays a quick-to-laugh, ambitious young hipster who loves cool indie bands, "Shawshank Redemption" and playing old arcade games in bars.
Fox News Channel chief White House correspondent Major Garrett said Wednesday he's leaving the network after eight years to join the National Journal as a congressional correspondent.