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  • NBC unveils Jay Leno's first guests on 'The Tonight Show' 2.0

     
    Since Late-Night-Gate erupted last month, celebrities have been threatening to boycott "The Tonight Show." NBC released Monday the roster of guests willing to sit again on the couch with Jay Leno when the show returns March. 1. In conclusion, the......
  • Lindsey Vonn says she's sorry for hurting Julia Mancuso's medal chances

     
    The sometimes contentious rivalry between U.S. skiers Lindsey Vonn and Julia Mancuso took a bizarre twist Wednesday after Vonn crashed in the morning run of giant slalom and forced Mancuso to restart her run. You almost can't make this up.......
  • Elisabeth Goergl of Austria leads after first women's giant slalom run; Lindsey Vonn crashes

     
    Elisabeth Goergl of Austria holds the lead after Wednesday's opening run of the Olympic giant slalom, while American Lindsey Vonn crashed and injured her right pinkie. Goergl finished in 1 minute, 15.12 seconds. Taina Barioz of France was only 0.02......
  • Lindsey Vonn crashes in women's giant slalom

     
    American Lindsey Vonn crashed in her first run of the morning giant slalom and slammed hard into a retaining net but appeared to have avoided serious injury. Vonn, who has won two medals in the Olympics, was not a favorite......
  • Final run of women's giant slalom postponed until Thursday; Lindsey Vonn crashes in first run

     
    Elisabeth Goergl of Austria holds the lead after Wednesday's opening run of the Olympic giant slalom, while American Lindsey Vonn crashed and injured her right pinkie. The second run, scheduled for Wednesday afternoon, was postponed until Thursday because...
  • Viktoria Rebensburg of Germany wins gold in women's giant slalom

     
    Viktoria Rebensburg of Germany earned a surprise victory in the women's giant slalom at the Vancouver Winter Olympics on Thursday. Rebensburg, who has never won a major race, finished her two runs in 2 minutes, 27.11 seconds. Tina Maze of......
  • Germany's Maria Riesch wins gold in women's slalom

     
    Maria Riesch of Germany won the slalom title for her second gold medal of the Winter Olympics on Friday, as Lindsey Vonn skied out chasing her second victory. Riesch led after the first leg and had a combined two-run time......
  • First run of women's slalom looked more like a horror flick

     
    American alpine racer Sarah Schleper was in good shape after Friday morning's first run of the women's slalom, within striking distance of a medal in ninth overall position. Her face was another story. Schleper crossed the finish line with a......
  • Maria Riesch leads after first run of women's slalom; Lindsey Vonn is out

     
    Maria Riesch of Germany skied through steady snow and led the first run of the woman's slalom Friday, as Lindsey Vonn skied out in her final race of the Winter Olympics. The second run is scheduled for 1:30 p.m. PST.......
  • Lindsey Vonn's Olympics are over

     
    Lindsey Vonn's Olympics are over after she skied out of the women's slalom, her last Alpine event in Vancouver. She won two medals in Vancouver: gold in the downhill and bronze in the super-G. Vonn straddled a gate in the......
  • Healthcare: Teamwork vs. power play

     
    by Mark Silva President Barack Obama, citing the team spirit of the U.S. Olympic athletes' successes in Vancouver, suggests today that Democrats and Republicans should be able to work together on needed healthcare reforms -- though the White House and.......
  • Weekly remarks: Sen. Tom Coburn, President Obama offer different takes on healthcare

     
    Remarks by Sen. Tom Coburn (R-Okla.), as provided by the Republican National Committee: Hello, I’m Dr. Tom Coburn, a practicing physician from Oklahoma and a member of the United States Senate. This week I had the opportunity to join President......