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By Andrew P. Napolitano
Obama's veil of secrecy is pierced
Topic - Steve Smith
Quarterback Cam Newton plans to take more ownership of the Carolina Panthers' offense without his top four receivers from last season.
Habitat for Humanity of Evansville has set its sights on a multi-home building effort in the city's Jacobsville neighborhood, on property donated by Deaconess.
A small commercial plane carrying two pilots and no passengers crashed and burned Tuesday night near Bethel in southwest Alaska, authorities said.
A son of former state Rep. Steve Smith of Mound says the Minnesota Republican has died.
The Carolina Panthers believe Steve Smith lost "top-end" speed, a big reason the franchise parted ways with its all-time leading receiver.
A northwest Alabama man is suing General Motors, claiming his daughter's death was caused by an ignition switch that is the subject of a large recall.
Steve Smith is eager to continue his NFL career in Baltimore, where he's just a short flight from his permanent home in Charlotte.
Smith was released by the Carolina Panthers on Thursday after 13 seasons and headed to Baltimore to talk to the Ravens, who were eager to add provide quarterback Joe Flacco another target.
A person familiar with the situation says free agent wide receiver Steve Smith traveled to Baltimore on Thursday to visit the Ravens just hours after being released by the Carolina Panthers.
The agent for wide receiver Steve Smith says the five-time Pro Bowl selection has played his final snap for the Carolina Panthers.
One longtime Carolina Panther called it quits on Wednesday, while another may be headed out the door behind him.
The chancellor of the University of Nebraska-Lincoln says the university community must find ways to overcome an expected budget shortfall for the next school year without harming "the core of the academic enterprise."
Nebraska barred defensive lineman Avery Moss from campus for the rest of the year Monday and said he won't be able to play next season after he pleaded no contest to public indecency for a 2012 incident at a residence hall.
It doesn't surprise safety Mike Mitchell that the Carolina Panthers are only the third home underdog in the NFL divisional playoffs in the past 20 years.
Smith said Habitat hopes to start construction next spring and have all the homes completed by the end of 2015.
Habitat has built individual houses in Jacobsville before, Smith said, but this will be the group's first time building multiple neighboring homes.