News archive from 12 January 2012

George: Even with DeMarco Murray, Cowboys abandoned running game

Brandon George, the Cowboys beat writer for SportsDayDFW.com and The Dallas Morning News, answered your questions about the team in a chat at Wednesday. Some excerpts:   If Dallas doesn't get a chance to sign Laurent Robinson what are your thoughts on...

Dallas News, 17:00 in Sport
 

Theo Epstein says Garza talk overblown, wants Wood back

CHICAGO - Cubs president of baseball operations Theo Epstein says trade talk involving ace Matt Garza is overblown and he also still hopes to re-sign veteran reliever Kerry Wood. Chicago has been listening to offers for Garza and would like top...

 

Zooey Deschanel, Channing Tatum hosting 'Saturday Night Live' in February

"Saturday Night Live" has enlisted the help of two newbies to host the show in February. Zooey Deschanel and Channing Tatum will both have their first crack at "SNL" stardom next month when they each spend a week in Rockefeller...

 

'Bond 50' Blu-ray extravaganza to feature all 22 Bond movies

LOS ANGELES Jan 11 (TheWrap.com) - The 23rd James Bond movie -- "Skyfall" -- will hit movie theaters in November, and MGM and Fox Home Entertainment are further marking the golden anniversary of all things 007 with "Bond 50," a...

 

Divining the Business and Political Risks of 2012

PARIS - New Agers, numerologists and other people with a lot of time on their hands have long been convinced that 2012 will bring the end of the world, or at least the end of the world as we know it. On Dec. 21, 2012 - the culmination of an important...

 
China Balks as Geithner Presses on Iran Curbs

China Balks as Geithner Presses on Iran Curbs

BEIJING - Timothy F. Geithner, the U.S. Treasury secretary, pressed Chinese senior leaders Wednesday to join an American-led campaign to put pressure Iran over its nuclear program by sharply reducing Tehran’s lucrative oil export business. And as they...

 

Two 'All-American Muslim' stars caught with marijuana, authorities say

Two reality TV stars from TLC’s “All-American Muslim” show found some real life drama at the Ambassador Bridge recently: Authorities said they were caught with pot at the border. It happened on New Year’s Day, according to Ron Smith, spokesman for...

 
Dane Seeks a Spot at E.U.'s Top Table

Dane Seeks a Spot at E.U.'s Top Table

COPENHAGEN - When President Nicolas Sarkozy of France suggested that the Danes were unimportant to solving the European Union’s debt crisis at a summit meeting last month, it was more than just Gallic posturing. Connect With Us on Twitter Follow...

 

Prosecutor: Bulger will try to 'manipulate' system

BOSTON-A federal prosecutor is asking a judge for a speedy trial for former Boston mobster James "Whitey" Bulger, saying he believes the 82-year-old will try to "manipulate the system" so he's never brought to trial for his alleged...

 
Study Ranks Countries on Nuclear Security

Study Ranks Countries on Nuclear Security

The 32 nations with materials that can fuel atom bombs are typically mum on security, which looks to the public like a closed world of barbed wire and armed guards. Behind the scenes, atomic insiders have long told horror stories of risky practices...

 

Titanic relics sail into I-Drive attraction

Relics from the Titanic are being added to an International Drive attraction devoted to the ill-fated ship, mere days after the company announced it would auction all 5,500 of its artifacts soon. On Tuesday, workers slowly maneuvered a 2-ton slab of...

 

New 'Skyspace' opens at Sarasota's Ringling Museum

Art is in the eye of the beholder, and a new feature at Sarasota's John and Mable Ringling Museum of Art looks to shift viewer's perspectives of light with what is known as a Skyspace. The Skyspace is an installation by artist Jame Turrell, known...

 
For Giants, Memories of a Bad Trip That Wouldn’t End

For Giants, Memories of a Bad Trip That Wouldn’t End

EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. - While some players on the Giants, and plenty of their fans, have found inspiration in the team’s upset victory over the Green Bay Packers in the 2008 N.F.C. championship game, the majority of the Giants have a slightly...

 
Giants Know They Can Match the Packers Score for Score

Giants Know They Can Match the Packers Score for Score

Green Bay Packers games are best thought of as basketball games. The Packers are going to score often. Their opponents are going to score often. Defensive play is more appropriately measured in stops and turnovers, not necessarily points allowed....

 

Tell us: What grade would you give the Cowboys offensive line for 2011?

Looking at his entire 2011 season, how would you grade Tyron Smith's performance?   Looking at his entire 2011 season, how would you grade Phil Costa's performance?   Looking at his entire 2011 season, how would you grade Derrick Dockery's...

Dallas News, 17:16 in Sport
 

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