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  • Richie Incognito smashes own car with a bat

    Richie Incognito smashes own car with a bat
    Police checking on reported damage to a car belonging to Richie Incognito, the player at the center of the Miami Dolphins' bullying scandal, say Incognito told an officer he did the damage himself.
  • Sen. John McCain takes break from world issues to rip into Dodgers

    Sen. John McCain takes break from world issues to rip into Dodgers
    I would like to begin by informing you I voted for Sen. John McCain in 2008, but we’ve had these discussions about honesty before. Still, I’ve always had a soft spot for the old coot, but the man who brought us Sarah Palin now may have...

    Kirk Gibson mad at Dodgers for sending A.J. Ellis on goodwill tour

    Kirk Gibson mad at Dodgers for sending A.J. Ellis on goodwill tour
    Your browser does not support iframes. They’re huffing and puffing over in Arizona again. They must like to do that in the desert. Guess there’s nothing much else to do but sweat. The Diamondbacks must really, really want a rivalry with...

    Arizona Sheriff Joe Arpaio to be overseen by monitor, judge rules

    Arizona Sheriff Joe Arpaio to be overseen by monitor, judge rules
    For years to come, Sheriff Joe Arpaio can expect to have a federal judge looking over his shoulder, watching almost his every move and those of his deputies. A federal judge Wednesday approved a plan to place an independent monitor inside the Maricopa...

    For, against: Here's what they're saying about the Arizona veto

    For, against: Here's what they're saying about the Arizona veto
    American politics only irregularly have any kind of suspense; usually, it happens on election night or right before big court rulings. But then there was Arizona on Wednesday evening. The state's Republican-dominated Legislature had presented Republican...