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Sarah Palin: 'Washington' More Offensive to Americans than 'Redskins'

Former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin blasted the "Politically Correct Police" and said most Americans find "Washington" more offensive than "Redskins." Americans do hate Washington, as Congress' approval rating, according to recent Gallup polling, is at 7%, which is a record low. Nearly 70% of Americans did not want the Redskins to change their name, according to a recent national poll conducted by the left-leaning Public Policy Polling. 24 Aug 2014

South Korea Wins Little League World Series

In the giddy moments after South Korea won the Little League World Series, outfielder Don Wan Sin realized how he wanted to celebrate. "I want to go to the Blue House — the White House of Korea — and meet the President," Sin said, breaking up his teammates. Just maybe Sin, who scored twice and hit a solo homer, will indeed get his wish to meet Park Geun-hye. He's famous back in his homeland — along with all of his teammates. 24 Aug 2014

Scott Dixon Gets Sonoma IndyCar Win After Earthquake

Scott Dixon surged ahead with three laps left for a victory at Sonoma Raceway on Sunday, while IndyCar points leader Will Power recovered from a mid-race spin to finish 10th heading to the season finale. 24 Aug 2014

Cam Newton Has Hairline Rib Fracture

Quarterback Cam Newton will miss the Carolina Panthers' final preseason game after an MRI on Sunday revealed a hairline fracture in his rib 24 Aug 2014

Rams QB Sam Bradford Out For Season with ACL Tear

Jeff Fisher shared the bad news with Sam Bradford on Sunday morning. By the time the St. Louis Rams coach began his day-after news conference, he'd had several hours to digest the impact of an injury that puts the team's once-rosy outlook in serious doubt, and to give a vote of confidence to journeyman backup Shaun Hill. 24 Aug 2014

ESPN: Reporters Have Permission Not to Use 'Redskins'

A day after Keith Olbermann called on ESPN to ban the use of "Redskins" and other prominent analysts expressed reservations about using the football team's nickname on air, ESPN announced on Saturday that if its employees want to refer to the Washington Redskins as the Washington football team, the network will allow them to do so. 24 Aug 2014

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