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The 7-year-old cancer patient who became an Internet sensation for his touchdown run in Nebraska's spring football game has yet another fan — President Barack Obama.
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Seven-year-old brain cancer patient Jack Hoffman tugged heartstrings across the country recently with his inspirational 69-yard touchdown run in the Nebraska spring game, one of the more touching football moments most have ever seen.
On Monday, Hoffman again took one to the house -- the White House, that is -- where he, his parents, two sisters and former Nebraska running back Rex...
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The 7-year-old cancer patient who became an Internet sensation for his touchdown run in Nebraska's spring football game has yet another fan - President Barack Obama.
Jack Hoffman, his family and former Cornhuskers running back Rex Burkhead visited Obama for 15 minutes in the Oval Office on Monday. Jack's father, Andy Hoffman, said Obama presented his son with a new football...
President Barack Obama says he told NBA center Jason Collins that he ''couldn't be prouder of him'' for coming out as gay while playing in a major sports league.
Speaking at a news conference Tuesday, Obama said Collins showed the progress the United States has made in recognizing that gays and lesbians deserve full equality. He said they deserve ''not...
A few years ago I would have thought Obama was the man for giving bunny ears and George Bush Sr. was a loser for wearing thos…
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A groundbreaking pronouncement from NBA veteran Jason Collins -
''I'm gay'' - reverberated Monday through Washington, generating
accolades from lawmakers on Twitter and a supportive phone call
from President Barack Obama.