I have vivid memories of that game. What I remember most is that, with the game tied 10-10, Notre Dame ran out the clock while the Michigan State players screamed at them to run a play and taunted them for not doing so.
Al Kamen's "In The Loop" column in yesterday's Washington Post talks about the fake press conference held by FEMA had excruciatingly hard-to-read details about how the agency literally fabricated the whole thing, from reporters to questions.
House Republicans plan to introduce a conservative alternative to the Rangel alternative to the Alternative Minimum Tax.
Wall Street should be paying more attention to the 2008 congressional election than the presidential contest.
The reason is simple, as well as one that eveyone -- networks, investors, commentators, etc. -- always seems to forget: Regardless of who the next president is, nothing will happen on taxes and spending unless Congress agrees to do it.
That makes the House and Senate results at least as important for the issues investors and those that serve them tend to focus on, like taxes and spending.