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NATIONAL NEWS: Hillary Clinton Apologizes — Again — for Her Nancy Reagan AIDS Remarks

Presidential candidate Hillary Clinton elaborates on her “mistake” remarks on former First Lady Nancy Reagan’s AIDS history. Presidential candidate Hillary Clinton made headlines this weekend […]

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Judge: No Pay for Penn Track Athletes

There will be no pay for Penn track-and-field athletes. A federal judge on Tuesday ruled that a trio of such athletes are not — as […]

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Who Cares About Student Athletes’ Grades?

As the NCAA’s three-week run of March Madness begins, it’s time to talk about basketball student-athlete … academic fraud? Syracuse University has not been included in […]

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La Salle Knocks Off VCU, the 20th-Ranked Team in Country

La Salle took advantage of a depleted VCU squad, and upset the Rams on the road in double overtime. Jordan Price led the Explorers with […]

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Who Will Sanction the NCAA in Wake of Penn State?

The NCAA, the organization that’s normally as inflexible as a PVC pipe, gave it up last week. So what if part of the settlement of […]


Deal Restores Penn State’s Vacated Football Wins

Joe Paterno is once again the winningest coach in major college football history. In the wake of the Jerry Sandusky child sexual abuse scandal, the […]

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NCAA Could Restore Paterno’s Wins

Penn State and NCAA are in talks to reconsider the sanctions imposed after the Jerry Sandusky scandal, according to multiple reports — a reversal that […]

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Nobody Cares That Penn State Got Railroaded by the NCAA

The world no longer cares whether Penn State University was wronged by the NCAA when, two years ago, the organization imposed crippling sanctions on the […]

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Some Trustees Say Penn State Bullied by NCAA

The Centre Daily Times today reports that some Penn State trustees want the university to challenge the consent decree it signed with the NCAA, accepting […]

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WATCH: Mo’ne Davis Commercial Directed by Spike Lee

Tuesday night during Game 1 of the World Series, Chevrolet debuted a commercial featuring Philadelphia’s Mo’ne Davis, star of the Little League World Series and […]

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Paterno Lawsuit Against NCAA Moves Forward

The bowl ban is lifted at Penn State, and so are reduced scholarships, but Joe Paterno’s family is still pursuing a lawsuit against the NCAA, […]

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WATCH: Penn State Kids Chant for Return of Joe Paterno Statue

Yesterday, the NCAA announced it had lifted Penn State’s sanctions stemming from the Jerry Sandusky sex abuse scandal. The Nittany Lions — now 2-0 this season […]

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NCAA Restores Penn State to Full Scholarships, Bowl Eligibility

Well. Let’s see what this does for civility in the Penn State community. The NCAA announced Monday afternoon it is ending two major punishments of […]

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Penn State President: University Should Be “Rewarded” for Post-Sandusky Changes

Penn State’s new president, Eric Barron, on Monday said the university should be “rewarded” for improvements it has made since the Jerry Sandusky scandal, but […]

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Pa., NCAA Close to Lawsuit Settlement

A settlement in the NCAA may be in the offing, NBC Sports reports. At issue? The $60 million fine Penn State must pay as part […]