Since I don't watch anything besides Chuggington, it took nearly a month of the NBA season before I caught a SportsCenter highlight that showed the words WORLD PEACE emblazoned on the back of the former Ron Artest's jersey. One thought immediately came to mind.
Steve Yzerman hasn't been in charge of the Tampa Bay Lightning long enough for his new business cards to be printed, but the floundering club's latest savior/general manager doesn't have time to worry about the small stuff. He needs to plan for the upcoming draft, where the Bolts hold the sixth overall choice.
Semper fidelis, the U.S. Marine Corps motto, means "always faithful" in Latin. As a young grunt serving at Camp Lejeune, N.C., Duane Draughon learned to remain loyal to the mission -- "whatever the cost," he says.
Matthew and Marnie Brannon, co-owners of Midwest Fiat in Columbus, Ohio, have run their vintage Italian car parts and service shop for five years. Late last year, they were offered the chance to buy a competitor and expand their business -- but no bank would lend them the money to do it.
The localness of what we did down at the paper defined everything. Even as a kid brand-new to the staff and brand-new to the newspaper business, hired to work during summer vacations, I could tell that.
It was a success story the White House was eager to highlight: Earlier this year, President Obama attended the graduation of 25 police recruits in Columbus, Ohio, touting it as a victory for the federal stimulus package.
Seeking to remove unapproved drugs from the marketplace, the Food and Drug Administration on Tuesday ordered nine companies to stop manufacturing narcotics whose therapeutic claims have not been proved.
War. In heated rivalries, you can't get around that word when describing the competition of two archrivals battling each other. On Wednesday, the U.S. and Mexico resume their heated relationship in Columbus, Ohio, as the final round of World Cup qualifying begins.
1. Be artful. Stock your child's coloring table with used printer paper and empty cereal boxes. He can draw on the unprinted sides of the paper, and the insides of cereal boxes are great for finger painting. Bonus points for turning his artwork into wrapping paper.