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The new coach of Penn State's embattled football program acknowledged criticism from alumni over his hiring, vowing to work to earn their trust and saluting the team's iconic former head coach Joe Paterno.

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Los Angeles airport terminal evacuated after man claims he has bombupdated: Thu Jun 24 2010 13:44:00

Operations were back to normal early Sunday morning after a terminal at Los Angeles International Airport was partially closed because of a security threat. Kevin Armstrong: Moment of the year: prepsupdated: Tue Dec 30 2008 13:46:00

Nine months before Election Day, Indecision 2008 came to Saturday's America shortly after noon last February 6 -- better known to recruitniks as National Signing Day. Stewart Mandel: Doing it the old-fashioned wayupdated: Sun Oct 26 2008 02:18:00

COLUMBUS, Ohio -- A rare scene broke out Saturday night at Ohio Stadium -- rare, at least, for the 2008 college football season. Two highly ranked teams played a football game, and it was decided by defense. Austin Murphy: QBs most compelling storyline in PSU-OSUupdated: Sat Oct 25 2008 12:24:00

We know that Ohio State is 7-1 and ninth in the BCS poll, its slender hopes of returning to a third straight BCS title game riding on Saturday's performance against Penn State in what amounts to a de facto Big Ten title game. The Bradley Effectupdated: Fri Oct 17 2008 19:00:00

Politicos are abuzz over the last hurdle Obama must clear in his path to the presidency

Commentary: America is ready for the Obama Effectupdated: Thu Oct 16 2008 17:23:00

After two years of talking about the 2008 presidential campaign ad nauseam, I still get one question repeatedly: Is America ready yet?

Bradley effect and Obamaupdated: Tue Oct 14 2008 08:19:00

CNN's Don Lemon takes a closer look at how the 'Bradley effect' could hurt or help Barack Obama on election day.

Will Obama suffer from the 'Bradley effect'?updated: Tue Oct 14 2008 08:19:00

Sen. Barack Obama has a sizable lead over Sen. John McCain, polls show, but those numbers could be deceiving if the "Bradley effect" comes into play.

Michelle Obama: Campaign jabs don't anger Barackupdated: Wed Oct 08 2008 22:54:00

Michelle Obama, wife of Democratic presidential nominee Sen. Barack Obama, sat down for an interview with CNN's Larry King on Wednesday, the day after her husband's second presidential debate with Sen. John McCain.

An unspoken demographic problem for Obama?updated: Fri Apr 25 2008 07:37:00

As both Sens. Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton race to make history, some political observers believe Obama might have a unique problem because he's African-American.

How Clinton won Pennsylvaniaupdated: Fri Apr 25 2008 07:37:00

Several factors helped Sen. Hillary Clinton pick up a win in Pennsylvania, including her rival Sen. Barack Obama. Stewart Mandel: Nittany Lions impressive on field, but questions remainupdated: Tue Apr 22 2008 13:19:00

On a beautiful spring day in State College last Saturday, a Penn State-record 73,000 fans turned out for the annual Blue-White game, and by all indications, they enjoyed themselves immensely. Coveted QB recruit Pryor officially delays decisionupdated: Wed Feb 06 2008 18:33:00

In a bizarre scene befitting what has already been an unparalleled recruiting saga, Jeannette (Pa.) quarterback Terrelle Pryor held his scheduled news conference Wednesday to announce: "I will not make a commitment today." Pryor will not sign on Signing Dayupdated: Wed Feb 06 2008 10:11:00

The first stunner of Signing Day took place the night before.

LAX: Gateway to Asiaupdated: Wed Jan 17 2007 11:00:00

Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) began life as a dusty landing strip in the corner of a Southern Californian ranch but has grown to become the world's fifth busiest airport.

January show: Los Angelesupdated: Fri Jan 12 2007 08:34:00

This month CNN Business Traveller is in Los Angeles. Home to the trans-Pacific super-hub of LAX -- Los Angeles International Airport.

L.A. airport open again after 2 'security breaches'updated: Sat Sep 04 2004 12:42:00

Busy Los Angeles International Airport is getting back to normal after "two unrelated security breaches" forced the airport to close for several hours, Mayor James Hahn said Saturday afternoon.

Money Magazine: A WALK-IN CLOSET WITH BATH -- ALL FOR ONLY $285 A DAYupdated: Mon Sep 01 1986 00:01:00

Would you pay $15 for a shower or to catch the last quarter of a football game on television? You might if you were exhausted, slightly grimy and stranded between planes at the Tom Bradley Terminal...

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