"Booker Woodfox scored 16 points as Creighton extended its winning streak to eight games with a 68-56 win over Wichita State Sunday in the Missouri Valley Conference opener for both teams."
"RNC candidate Chip Saltsman’s Christmas greeting to committee members includes a music CD with lyrics from a song called “Barack the Magic Negro,” first played on Rush Limbaugh’s popular radio show."
"Creighton overcame career nights by DePaul's Dar Tucker and Mac Koshwal in posting an 83-75 win on Tuesday in the championship game of the Las Vegas Classic."
"The world's first refrigerated beach is to be built at a luxury hotel in Dubai so the filthy rich holidaymakers don't burn their feet on the scalding hot sand," the UK Mail reports."
"In an interview with Rush Limbaugh (via Politico), Vice President Dick Cheney predicted that the next president will appreciate the way he and George Bush expanded executive power. "Once they get here and they're faced with the same problems we deal with every day, then they will appreciate some of the things we've put in place," Cheney said."
"Creighton shot 62 percent from the floor while making six of 10 shots from 3-point range in the second half to pull away from pesky Northern Colorado for an 85-66 win Saturday."
"If you're a brand you eat, drink, smoke or wash yourself with, you're going to be OK."
"Creighton hands Dayton its first loss in nine games this season"
"Booker Woodfox scored a career-high 29 points and Creighton survived a furious Saint Joseph's rally and defeated the Hawks 69-58 Saturday night."
"The death of a twelve-year-old in Britain is being blamed on excessive use of deodorant. Now before you go running for your medicine cabinet, Daniel Hurley's usage of the Lynx deodorant (a Unilever brand, it's Axe here in the states) has been ruled truly excessive. He sprayed not only his armpits but his clothes, and was prone to spraying the bottle in an enclosed space - despite warnings right on the can that warn against doing so."
"Congressional representatives from all 435 districts were invited this year to pick an artist to create an ornament for the White House holiday tree. Some representatives didn't get the job done, but there is only one district in the nation to see its ornament taken off the tree as inappropriate. Seattle, take a bow. Seattle's Deborah Lawrence collaged a stream of political protest messages into her swirly red-and-white patterns. Most prominent among them is the imperative to Impeach Bush."