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"It's Armageddon here.'' Patrick Sandusky tweet June 26 From his home at the ridge of the Rocky Mountains a few miles from Colorado's most destructive fire ever, Patrick Sandusky kept assuring his wife, Kate, that the flames never would reach their...
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The game had long since ended, yet the right-hand number on the scoreboard was still glowing, just below where the Olympic flame was still burning. On this most scorching, chilling of nights, they looked identical. Sixty-two points? At the Coliseum?...
OXFORD, England – At the London Diamond League track meet July 13, ten of the 11 finishers in the men’s mile run broke four minutes. The only rare thing now about that time is how few chances elite international athletes get to run the mile...
LONDON — In one of thousands of pubs across London, where surely tears mixed with laughter Friday night, they might say I was gobsmacked by the Olympic opening ceremony. In a more proper English teahouse, they might say I quite fancied that. All...
American VoicesMitt Romney and I are competing in a new Olympic event that involves proffering unvarnished criticism of the Olympics themselves. We're the Lochte and Phelps of this event -- appearing united when necessary and when it serves us both, and appearing...
LONDON — For 70 days, the Olympic flame was one of the most visible sights in the United Kingdom, relayed over land, sea and sky in front of some 15 million people. Then it arrived at the Olympic Stadium for last Friday's opening ceremony and went...
OMAHA, Neb. — Eight years ago, when Michael Phelps was 19 years old and heading for his second Olympics in Athens, he already had developed a mantra about his legacy. It had nothing to do with matching fellow U.S. swimmer Mark Spitz's Olympic...
Channel Guide MagazineAfter paying $1.1 billion to license the U.S. broadcast rights to the 2012 Summer Olympic Games in London (plus another $200 million in production costs), it makes sense that NBC would want to continue milking the event for all that it's worth, even...
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FrameworkIn Tuesday's Pictures in the News: Egyptian troops flex their military muscle, literally, at a graduation ceremony attended by President Mohammed Morsi in Cairo; a bucket of water is thrown on participants in a water festival in Seoul; the Olympic Flame...
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L.A. NOWAfter learning that so many employees at Los Angeles City Hall are watching the Olympics online that the city's computer system is threatened, Councilwoman Jan Perry said she is requesting that streaming of the Games be "immediately" blocked on city...
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