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  • Tennessee: NCAA rules Couch permanently ineligible

    The NCAA has ruled Tennessee defensive lineman Maurice Couch permanently ineligible following a September report that he received improper benefits.

  • (The Washington Times)

    Oklahoma woman buys groceries for man who stole her wallet

    An Oklahoma woman who noticed her wallet had been stolen at a grocery store gave the thief two options: Deal with the authorities or return the wallet and let her pay his grocery bill.

  • Vols coach: Couch ineligible against No. 2 Oregon

    Tennessee coach Butch Jones says defensive lineman Maurice Couch has been ruled ineligible for Saturday's game against No. 2 Oregon while the university investigates allegations he was one of five Southeastern Conference players to receive improper benefits.

  • Yahoo: 5 SEC stars received payouts during career

    College football programs from the talent-rich Southeastern Conference are having to defend themselves in the wake of allegations of money being funneled to players.

  • Photographers were following the car carrying Princess Diana when it crashed in a Paris tunnel in 1997.

    Scotland Yard launches new look at Princess Diana's death

    British tongues are atwitter after Scotland Yard announced over the weekend that police are giving the death of Princess Diana and her car companion Dodi al Fayed a second look, and taking seriously suggestions that the pair was not killed in an accidental crash but rather by special forces sent on a murder mission.

  • Alana Thompson, better known as Honey Boo Boo, stars in the TLC show "Here Comes Honey Boo Boo," the second season of which premieres on Wednesday at 9 p.m. EDT. (AP Photo/TLC)

    'Here Comes Honey Boo Boo' launches scratch 'n' sniff viewing cards

    "Here Comes Honey Boo Boo," a TLC reality show about a rambunctious, pint-sized beauty queen and her colorful Georgia family, is launching scratch 'n' sniff viewing cards for the most dedicated of fans.

  • (Associated Press)

    Yahoo offers to buy Tumblr for $1.1B cash

    Yahoo's board of directors approved an offer to buy the ailing Tumblr company for $1.1 billion in cash.

  • News of Tumblr's sale to Yahoo Inc. scrolls on a Times Square ticker in New York City on Monday. Yahoo announced it will purchase Tumblr for about $1.1 billion and pledged to take a hands-off approach to the popular social media startup. (Associated Press)

    Yahoo pledges 'not to screw up' Tumblr

    Yahoo Inc. promised Monday "not to screw up" Tumblr's reputation for "cool" when it takes over — even as many of the trendy social network's 300 million users took to the site to complain about just that possibility.

  • Telecommuting: Was Yahoo doing it right?

    Yahoo's leaked edict under CEO Marissa Mayer that calls remote workers back to the office lit the Twitterverse on fire, angering advocates of telecommuting and other programs intended to balance work and home life.

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