Four Keys To A Lakers' Victory Over The Spurs In The First Round

With the NBA playoffs now upon us, we look at what the Lakers will have to do in order to succeed against the #2 seed San Antonio Spurs.

Joe Montana's Son Nate To Work Out At 49er's Pro Day

Will the son of the San Francisco 49er's legend be the next in line to lead the Bay Area to a Super Bowl?

Warrior's Stephen Curry Two 3-Pointers Away From Single Season Record

Curry has been the undisputed leader for the playoff-bound Warriors this season, and his sweet touch is about to give him a record as well.

Charged With Murder, Oscar Pistorius Seen Partying Around South Africa

South African Olympic hero Oscar Pistorius is currently awaiting trial in the killing of his girlfriend, but is not letting that dampen his mood.

Lakers Win Without Bryant, One Step From Playoffs

The Los Angeles Lakers won without Kobe Bryant, who is gone for the rest of the season with a torn Achilles. Will they have enough power to make a championship run?
Lehman brokerage, Europe unit settle $38 billion in claims

Lehman brokerage, Europe unit settle $38 billion in claims

The U.S. brokerage unit and a European unit of the former Lehman Brothers Holdings Inc said they settled a dispute over $38 billion in asset claims, a major step toward customers and creditors recovering money.
Rams hand Cardinals first loss

Rams hand Cardinals first loss

Sam Bradford tossed two touchdown passes as the St. Louis Rams beat Arizona 17-3 on Thursday, handing the Cardinals their first loss of the season.

Unemployment Rate 2012: Mitt Romney Unimpressed by Jobs Report, Blames President Obama 'Failed Policies'

GOP presidential nominee wasted no time undermining the September jobs report saying "this is not what a real recovery looks like."

US Economy Adds 114K Jobs; Unemployment Rate Falls to 7.8 Percent

The U.S. unemployment rate fell to 7.8 percent in September. The drop marks the first time since President Obama took office that the unemployment rate has been below 8 percent.
Obama gets tough on Romney, campaign considers changes

Obama Gets Tough on Romney, Campaign Considers Changes

One day after a muted performance in a presidential debate, President Barack Obama got tough on Republican rival Mitt Romney on Thursday as the Democrat's re-election campaign vowed to learn lessons from the setback.
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