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Harvin could miss NFC title game with migraines

Minnesota receiver and returner Percy Harvin is listed as questionable for the NFC championship game.

KU coach cracks down on Facebook, denies transfer rumors

An annoyed Bill Self said Friday that reports of Tyshawn Taylor's saying on Facebook that he might want to transfer out of Kansas are untrue.

West's bum finger adds to Cavs' injury woes

Cavaliers guard Delonte West has broken his left ring finger, becoming the second Cleveland point guard to be injured this week.

Why the GOP should still be nervous

Republicans are riding high in the wake of Scott Brown’s win, talking up an authentic resurgence for their party and a real chance for reclaiming power. Don’t bet on it.

Sore knee keeps Shockey out of Saints practice

New Orleans Saints tight end Jeremy Shockey has missed practice with a sore right knee.

Obama: "I'll never stop fighting for you"

ELYRIA, Ohio (Reuters) – President Barack Obama, ending a tough week, told Americans on Friday he would keep fighting to create jobs and reform healthcare.

A's prospect leaving baseball for priesthood

Outfielder Grant Desme, one of the Oakland A’s top prospects, has decided to retire from baseball in order to pursue the priesthood, multiple sources told

Mets reach deal to get Matthews from Angels

The Mets have tentatively agreed to acquire outfielder Gary Matthews Jr.

Wall Street: Obama's Bank Crackdown Signals Policy Shift

WASHINGTON D.C.—President Obama's new proposals to crack down on Wall Street - first the new tax on big banks last week, then Thursday's new restrictions on big banks - signal a somewhat new approach to financ