ATLANTA — The last of the Louisville players to get the scissors, Kevin Ware stood in front of the basket as it was lowered to him. Grinning from ear to ear, he cut what remained of the net.
"It's not about me, I've never been that type of guy," Ware said. "These are my brothers. They got the job done."
They always do. Read More
ATLANTA (AP) — The hoops teams at Louisville and Michigan are used to being overlooked.The Cardinals may be a national powerhouse, but they're still considered second fiddle in their own state. The Kentucky Wildcats are the blue bloods of the bluegrass, while Louisville settles for being viewed as more of a blue-collar school. Read More
San Francisco police Chief Greg Suhr last week cited a recent policy change in Memphis, Tenn., as a reason for why his department needs Tasers.
However, Suhr had the wrong Memphis.
Police in Memphis, Mich., rather than the much larger city in Tennessee, were the ones who adopted the use of the stun guns last December, San Francisco police spokesman Sgt. Mike Andraychak said today. Read More
Detroit: Home to the beleaguered auto industry, hard-traveled musicians such as Eminem and Kid Rock — and, if TV commercials are any indicator of Motor City culture, a population that prides itself on remaining stalwart amid adversity. Read More
The Republican National Committee is launching a new television ad campaign in four states that went Democrat in 2004 and 2008. The ad, "Change Direction 2," is the second in a month-long series of ads highlighting President Obama’s economic record. Read More
Illinois Democrats’ congressional redistricting map has been releas Read More
Like me, Walter Russell Mead has been studying the 2010 Census figures with the aid of this excellent interactive graphic by the New York Times. Read More
Michigan! After all President Obama has done for you, you come back and say, "Meh"?! What does he have to do to make you people happy? Carpetbomb Alabama's auto plants?!
President Barack Obama’s approval ratings among Michigan residents have dropped to their lowest point since his election, according a State of the State Survey conducted between late October and December 2010. Read More
You may have noticed that Chrysler released the longest ad in Super Bowl history on Su Read More
Remember all the fuss about Ohio in the 2004 election? Had he been running on the new electoral map, released yesterday by the Census Bureau, George W. Bush could have won re-election without even carrying Ohio. That's not to say that Ohio doesn't matter anymore, or that any Republican will have it easy running against President Obama in 2012. Bush had to defeat Sen. Read More