This Week’s Biggest Gainers:
New Hampshire was hers. Who’s the “Comeback Kid” now?
After serving twenty-one years in prison for murders he didn’t commit, the 61-year-old was released from his cell.
The former Sox and Cubs hurler was elected to baseball’s Hall of Fame.
Dubya came to town and officially announced his support for our Olympic bid, saying “This country supports the bid, strongly.”
The NU defensive-line coach is coming up to the bigs—Lovie tapped him as the Bears new assistant to defensive-line coach.
This Week’s Biggest Losers:
Not so fast O-bombs—Hillary took the New Hampshire primary by surprise.
The Chicago tabloid debuted a new, slim trim—and axed a handful of editorial staff members in the process.
The Bulls rookie took a one-game suspension after he verbally assaulted coach Ron Adams during a practice, then suffered the embarrassment of being suspended for another game, after his teammates decided the punishment wasn’t enough.
The Bulls GM took serious heat from the press after he allowed the team’s players to decide Noah needed to sit another game for his naughty behavior.
The retired Cub—The Hawk, in most circles—missed out on baseball’s Hall of Fame.