Sports
  • “Situation” sues Abercrombie & Fitch over ad campaign

    “Jersey Shore” star Michael “The Situation” Sorrentino on Tuesday sued retailer Abercrombie & Fitch over what he claims was a publicity stunt to sell clothes using phrases associated with the reality TV actor.

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    17 Nov 11
  • Texting mistake lands would-be drug buyer in jail

    Text messages about buying drugs mistakenly sent to a Nebraska state trooper led to the arrest of a 23-year-old man on marijuana possession and other drug charges, police said on Tuesday.

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    17 Nov 11
  • The Latest – November 17, 2011

    Here is the latest sports news: The Twins signed a veteran infielder Wednesday. The Wild will begin a six-game homestand against Colorado tonight. Twins Ink Carroll(Minneapolis, MN) — The Twins signed veteran infielder Jamey Carroll …

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    17 Nov 11
  • Kill wants progress out of Gophers

    Coach Jerry Kill knows victories can’t be the only barometer he uses to judge his team. The Golden Gophers are 2-8 overall and in last place in the Legends Division of the Big Ten with …

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    16 Nov 11
  • Minnesota Vikings: Player Watch

    QB Christian Ponder had a rough outing, going 16 for 34 with an interception and a 52.3 passer rating. But it’s still a positive experience for the rookie to be starting against the Packers at …

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    16 Nov 11
  • hockey

    Cal Clutterbuck recorded the game-winner in the third period as the Minnesota Wild overcame a two-goal deficit to beat the host Columbus Blue Jackets 4-2 on Tuesday. Matt Cullen added his eighth tally and Nick …

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    16 Nov 11
  • Defense chief clashes with senators over Iraq

    Defense Secretary Leon Panetta rejected accusations at a heated Senate hearing on Tuesday that U.S. politics helped drive the decision to completely withdraw from Iraq this year without leaving any troops behind as trainers.

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    16 Nov 11
  • Prime Minister designate Mario Monti gestures as he talks during a news conference at Giustiniani palace in Rome, November 15, 2011.

    The European Central Bank stepped in to stem an accelerating sell-off of euro zone government bonds on Wednesday, traders said, after the United States called for more decisive action to halt a spreading sovereign debt crisis.

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    16 Nov 11