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  • Casey Puckett's bid for fifth Olympics is in jeopardy

     
    Casey Puckett, the 37-year-old four-time Olympian in alpine skiing, might not make his fifth Olympic Games this year after suffering a severe shoulder injury in France. Puckett came out of retirement to try to make it back to the Olympics......
  • IOC's Jacques Rogge confident drug cheats will be stamped out in Vancouver

     
    International Olympic Committee President Jacques Rogge said today he's confident doping will not be an issue at next month's Winter Olympic Games in Vancouver. Rogge cited the effectiveness of surprise drug tests during the previous two Winter Olympics...
  • The Morning Fix: Dick Ebersol, Peacekeeper! Shot of Bailey for Disney. Gibson's gamble.

     
    After the coffee. Before figuring out how to score tickets to the Jets - Chargers game. As the Conan turns. The soap opera that is NBC continued with new twists and turns Thursday. Conan O'Brien's legal team continues to try......
  • Video game joy ride ends; December uptick of 4% not enough to counter 8% drop for 2009

     
    Video game sales gained 4% in December, but dropped 8% for the year, according to NPD Group....
  • How neutral can the FCC be about piracy?

     
    I must confess, I thought FCC Chairman Julius Genachowski had found a clever way to keep his bid for Net neutrality regulations from getting mired in the debate over online piracy. When the FCC agreed to start the rulemaking process in October,...
  • Conan O'Brien, NBC close to divorce settlement; Leno headed back home

     
    After a week of caustic jokes, jawboning and behind-the-scenes negotiations, "Tonight Show" host Conan O'Brien is splitting from NBC to make room for the return of Jay Leno to late-night TV. An announcement could come as early as Saturday and......
  • No rally for McLaughlin-Brubaker, who miss Olympics

     
    Failing to rally after a seventh place in Friday's short program, two-time U.S. pairs champions Keauna McLaughlin and Rockne Brubaker (pictured above) were left clinging to only the faintest hope they would earn one of the two Olympic spots Saturday.........
  • It's complicated, but Olympic pairs teams let the sunshine (state) in

     
    Listen to the four pairs skaters who made the U.S. Olympic team Saturday talk about their intertwined relationships, and you think this must have been a scene cut from the hit movie "It’s Complicated." They all train at the same......
  • Will Massachusetts be Obama's third-time charm or third strike?

     
    Democrat flies to the rescue (?) of Martha Coakley's Senate campaign against a surging Republican Scott Brown. Text....
  • Danny Davis injured, out of Olympics

     
    Snowboarding Olympic hopeful Danny Davis will have back surgery later today in Utah, putting him out of competitive action the rest of 2010. The surgery will be to repair a L3 spine fracture, which occurred early Sunday morning when Davis......
  • Austrian skier Christoph Gruber injured, out of the Olympics

     
    Austrian skier Christoph Gruber will miss next month's Vancouver Winter Olympics after injuring his left knee while warming up for a World Cup downhill in Wengen, Austria, on Saturday. Gruber tore ligaments while crashing before the race on the...