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Today, THE DAILY begins a new feature called "Kobe Monitor," which will chart television's treatment of Kobe Bryant's sexual assault case. One issue widely discussed last night was the victim's identi
NASCAR: With Nextel taking over the entitlement to the Winston Cup Series from R.J. Reynolds beginning next season, sources said that RJR's Sports Marketing Enterprises VP/Winston Cup Operations Rich
U.S. District Judge Colleen Kollar-Kotelly said yesterday she is "moving to resolve a long-running dispute over whether the team name and logo for the Washington Redskins are insulting to Native Ameri
The Rockets are set to announce today a naming-rights deal with Gulf States Toyota, a privately-held Toyota distributor based in Houston, to name their new arena the Toyota Center. While the agreement
After Miami Herald columnist Dan LeBatard Tuesday on ESPN's "PTI" referenced a "posse and Olde English" when discussing P. Diddy's interest in buying the Knicks, Michelle Tafoya said on yesterday's sh
MLB Exec VP/Baseball Operations Sandy Alderson yesterday denied allegations that former MLB VP Ralph Nelson shredded "disputed QuesTec documents last year," according to Dave Wedge of the BOSTON HERAL
Sprite ads featuring Kobe Bryant "ran on MTV as recently as July 13, a week after [Bryant] turned himself into police" after being accused of sexual assault, according to TNS Media Intelligence/CMR re
Club pro Suzy Whaley is set to play in this week's PGA Tour Greater Hartford Open, and in L.A., Peter Yoon writes Annika Sorenstam "cut Whaley's 15 minutes of fame a bit short" by playing in the Bank
Thursday, July 24, 2003 USA TODAY’s Christine Brennan writes, “Have you noticed what has been happening to your sports section this summer? You pick it up and you think you’ve grabbed the wrong part of the newspaper. You look at a headline and you swear you’ve taken the front ne ...
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For the first time since dropping plans for an L.A. football stadium in March, AEG President Tim Leiweke admitted the company "is leaving the door open" to building a football stadium, according to T.