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It's why our games have shootouts, extra innings, overtime or penalty kicks. Sports fans like to have a clearly defined winner and loser, and they want to pass judgment quickly. Ties have become unacceptable even if a deadlock accurately reflects the...
Tags: Donald Fehr, Interior Policy, Sports, Gary Bettman, Politics
The nation's retailers, manufacturers and farmers are bracing for a possible strike that could idle U.S. ports all along the Eastern Seaboard and Gulf Coast. That walkout could begin as early as Sunday after the midnight Saturday expiration of a 90-...
A sampling from around the world of sports about the Green Bay Packers-Seattle Seahawks finish Monday night: Joe Posnanski, Sports on Earth: Well, it's clear now: The Gods hate the replacement refs. That probably was obvious enough before Monday night's...
Instead of receiving the usual jeers that go with their profession, NFL referee Gene Steratore and his crew were treated like conquering heroes Thursday night at M&T Bank Stadium. Steratore was greeted by fans with a standing ovation prior to the Ravens'...
Tags: John Harbaugh, Matt Birk, Ed Reed, Ray Rice, Roger Goodell
Not long ago, Tyrone Freeman was a rising star in the national labor movement, already the head of California's biggest union local and a force in Democratic politics from Los Angeles to Washington, D.C. Freeman's quick climb up the ranks of the...
Tags: Mortgages, Trials, Labor Legislation, FBI, U.S. Congress
AP Sports WriterNEW YORK — After more than two weeks apart and the hockey season hanging in the balance, the NHL and the players’ association returned to the bargaining table Saturday after more than two weeks off. The hope of a full season being played...
Like many of his colleagues, Ravens coach John Harbaugh is leery about drawing conclusions about his team after reaching the quarter pole of the 2012 campaign. But after watching the Ravens make improvements across the board in nearly every special...
Associated PressNEW YORK -- It isn’t known what progress -- if any -- has been made in the second day of marathon talks in the NHL labor dispute, but owners and players surely sense that time is working against them. Negotiations resumed Wednesday and stretched...
Sitting in a hockey locker room, Steve Chase became the latest die-hard fan fed up with the NHL lockout. Living in Los Angeles, Chase believed the league had squandered all the goodwill built in the area after the Kings won the Stanley Cup. His...
Months after she suffered heat exhaustion and lost her job in an Amazon.com warehouse in Breinigsville, Rosemarie Fritchman sat in a small conference room pleading for unemployment benefits of about $160 a week. Opposing her at the hearing before a...
AP Sports WriterCANONSBURG, Pa. (AP) — Brooks Orpik had a good reason to head back to Pittsburgh after spending the first three months of the NHL lockout in Massachusetts, and the Penguins defenseman insists it had nothing to do with optimism he and the rest of his...
Capitol Ideas with John L. MicekIn case you were wondering what your elected leaders were doing during the waning hours of the 2011-12 leiglsaitve session, here's a selection of bills signed into law by Gov. Tom Corbett today. They range from a measure providing additional......
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