Elaine Yellow Horse wanted to use Google+ for business. She only ran into one problem: Google wouldn’t recognize her name.
If it’s a playoff game, or the Sox are facing the Yankees, Ortiz is probably crushing the ball.
Few Natives in South Dakota are boiling with daily outrage over the nickname of a football team 1,500 miles away. But that doesn’t mean it’s OK.
On Tuesday, South Dakota’s Pine Ridge Reservation will vote on whether to allow the sale of alcohol. Will this help solve a problem that’s plagued Native American communities for decades, or just make a bad situation worse? Members of the tribe weigh in.
Rejected by society, these talented misfits are carefully recruited by tactical experts and trained at the nation’s top facility to perform the most dangerous, lifesaving missions. Meet Wilma Melville, who turns rescued dogs into rescue dogs.
Could the wild-game diet be the next PED trend?
“Harry felt as if his head had been split in two.”
How RG III, Jay Cutler, and other fragile or erratic passers could benefit from a paradigm shift in the way we think about the QB. (UPDATE: Now with bonus Tebow/Brady relevance!)
Bill O’Reilly’s forebears knew a thing or two about turning to the government when the free market wasn’t cutting it.
A workplace shooting turned into a firefight that left nine civilians injured, many reportedly by police bullets.The “active shooter scenario.”