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NBC's "Today" show faces a transition with Ann Curry replacing Meredith Vieira as the show's main co-host, but just as important is the transition that the morning television program won't have to make.
The top 44 players on the LPGA's official money list are part of the preliminary field list for the LPGA Sybase Match Play Championship in two weeks at the Hamilton Farm Club.
Once they hung up the phones, closed their laptops and discarded uneaten sushi, the Cleveland Browns' bosses felt satisfied.
A leading gay-rights organization has demanded an apology from Kobe Bryant for apparently using a derogatory gay term in frustration over a referee's call during the Lakers' game Tuesday night.
Former Army head coach Homer Smith, regarded as one of keenest offensive minds in the annals of college football, has died. He was 79.
So you have just finished preparing your income taxes, but did you understand the tax code? If you said yes, you do not know what you do not know. The U.S. tax code has become so long, complex, contradictory and devoid of common sense that no one can fully understand it - and this includes tax professionals and Internal Revenue Service (IRS) personnel. Can honorable persons of good conscience harass, fine and even imprison their fellow citizens for an alleged violation of laws and regulations they themselves do not completely know? But that is a topic for another column.
Maya Moore's WNBA career will begin in Minnesota.
Maya Moore is used to winning titles at Connecticut.
Most Americans doubt the U.S. government is prepared to respond to a nuclear emergency like the one in Japan, a new Associated Press-GfK poll shows. But it also shows few Americans believe such an emergency would occur.