Texas' McCoy injured, won't return

Texas quarterback Colt McCoy injured his right shoulder on the Longhorns' first series.

LIVE: Unbeatens Alabama, Texas clash for national title

An injury to Texas QB Colt McCoy changes everything. Is 'Bama on its way to a BCS championship?

Cards get Pro Bowl CB back, but Boldin still in doubt

Starting cornerback Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie returned to practice for the Arizona Cardinals on Thursday, but wide receiver Anquan Boldin remained sidelined because of a sprained left ankle.

Team set to respond to hazardous weather

LOUISIANA - The governor's office of Homeland Security and Emergency Prepardness has activated its Crisis Action Team to monitor and respond to winter weather hazards. The team will be in constant communication with the National Weather Service, a

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WASHINGTON — The Environmental Protection Agency proposed a stricter new standard for smog-causing pollutants on Thursday that, if adopted, will impose large costs on industry and local governments but will also bri

President Obama: Security failure 'my responsibility'

WASHINGTON - President Barack Obama on Thursday accepted responsibility for intelligence shortcomings that led to a failed Christmas Day bombing plot on a Detroit-bound airliner, saying, “Ultimately, the buck stops

Ole Miss QB Snead leaving early for NFL

Mississippi quarterback Jevan Snead is going pro, skipping his senior season to enter the NFL draft after leading the Rebels to their best back-to-back seasons in nearly four decades.

Conservatives finish 2009 as no. 1 ideological group

PRINCETON, NJ — The increased conservatism that Gallup first identified among Americans last June persisted throughout the year, so that the final year-end political ideology figures confirm Gallup's initial r