The head of the BCS put the Fiesta Bowl on notice Wednesday: "Follow the letter of the law" or lose its place in college football's lucrative championship system.
The Fiesta Bowl ejected its chief executive amid corruption accusations and now faces another challenge: persuading the BCS to let it stay in the lucrative bowl system used to crown a national champion.
An investigative report in USA Today this morning is questioning the academic gains of a D.C. school lauded for a dramatic increase in standardized test scores during the administration of schools Chancellor Michelle A. Rhee.
USA Today, a newspaper created nearly 30 years ago to appeal to people who grew up watching television, is revising its formula to try to counter the Internet's threat to its survival.
President Obama has got bubble trouble.
Gannett, which publishes USA Today and other newspapers, says it has named David A. Payne as chief digital officer, replacing Christopher Saridakis, who left last spring.
In 2008, candidate Barack Obama famously said: "We are the ones we've been waiting for. We are the change that we seek. We are the hope of the future; the answer to the cynics who tell us our house must stand divided; that we cannot come together; that we cannot remake this world as it should be."
Gannett Co., the country's biggest newspaper publisher, said Monday that its fourth-quarter earnings jumped 30 percent as costs fell primarily because of layoffs and as television stations got a one-time boost from political advertising.
It helps to know that the Federal Emergency Management Agency is ever at the ready while Americans face another round of terrible snowstorms. FEMA'S on it.