By Elaine Donnelly
Extending sexual misconduct to combat units
Independent voices from the TWT Communities
The Browns figured they could close a deal with Chip Kelly over dinner.
On the 10th anniversary of their last playoff appearance, the Browns may be in unexpected fight over Oregon coach Chip Kelly.
The Browns have Chip Kelly's interest. Now they need his signature.
As the guy who drafted Peyton Manning, Bill Polian knows something about quarterbacks.
MTV is airing a special next week with profiles of three young people who have the HIV infection, amid worries that some people are taking the condition too casually.
Former Rep. Gabrielle Giffords was "elated," and the last commander of the space shuttle Endeavour said "That's my spaceship," as the retired shuttle flew over Tucson in the couple's honor Thursday.
The Romneys are visiting Kelly and Michael.
Former head of the D.C. Housing Authority Michael Kelly will return to the District as the director of the Department of Housing and Community Development, replacing John Hall, Mayor Vincent C. Gray announced Monday.
"Contraceptives for free? Sounds like a good idea, I think," Kelly, a married mother of three, mused aloud.
The Padres have placed shortstop Jason Bartlett on the paternity leave list and recalled infielder Everth Cabrera from Triple-A Tucson.
Gene Monahan was still in high school when he showed up at spring training with the New York Yankees in 1962. His eyes were wide as he looked around the clubhouse.
Dayne Crist is directing an offense he wasn't recruited to run, playing for a coach who didn't bring him to Notre Dame and adjusting to life as the center of attention for a 4-4 football team.
The state of New Hampshire on Wednesday certified former state Attorney General Kelly Ayotte as the winner of the Republican primary for U.S. Senate, setting the stage for a possible recount.
This year, Mr. Obama is in a different position, Ms. Kelly said.
"On this, the timing is soon, the tone is urgent and the tactic is legislation," she said. "The issue is more mature than it's ever been."