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A casino owner paid more than a million dollars for boxing gloves Muhammad Ali used to defend his title. Samuel L. Jackson dedicated a rendition of "Stand By Me" to the boxer. And President Barack Obama told the icon in a birthday tribute that he inspired the world.
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During the 49ers’ postseason run, Vernon Davis opened up a lot of eyes with his epic performances, highlighted by the game-winning grab in a Divisional Round stunner over the Saints.
One certain person you could say is impressed is the country’s Commander-in-Chief, who wouldn’t mind if the veteran tight end took his talents to the Windy City.
With both appearing at a San...
Muhammad Ali turned 70 last month, but the world's most famous people are still wishing the boxer known simply as ''The Greatest'' a happy birthday.
President Barack Obama told Muhammad Ali through a video message on Saturday night that he shocked and inspired the world, and continues to do so today.
Obama's message was one of dozens celebrating the icon...
President Barack Obama and the Rev. Al Green on tour? Obama was joined by the soul singer at a Democratic fundraiser on Thursday, a month after the president launched into a brief, impromptu version of Green's "Let's Stay Together" at New York's Apollo Theater.
Santorum Rick Santorum questioned President Barack Obama's Christian values as he courted tea party activists and evangelical voters in Ohio on Saturday. Santorum said Obama's agenda is based on "some phony theology. Not a theology based on the Bible. A different theology."
San Francisco 49ers tight end Vernon Davis credits President Barack Obama as being an inspiration.
Last week, Obama applauded Davis when paying a visit to a fundraiser in the Bay Area - and then offered a suggestion.
"I want to thank Vernon Davis for being here," Obama said. "If you want to come and play for the Bears, you are welcome to do it."
U.S. President Barack Obama and former President Lyndon B. Johnson now have a permanent presence in Puerto Rico.
President Barack Obama raised $29.1 million for his campaign and the Democratic Party in January, a strong month that put him ahead of the pace he set in the last quarter of 2011.
San Francisco 49ers tight end Vernon Davis grew up 20 or so blocks away from the White House, so it was probably a great feeling to know that he was introducing the President Barack Obama, who was in San Francisco raising campaign funds.According to the Sacramento Bee, after Davis had given his speech, before President Obama spoke to the crowd, Davis and President Obama...
According to Matt Barrows of the Sacramento Bee, San Francisco 49ers tight end Vernon Davis had the opportunity to introduce President Barack Obama at the Nob Hill Masonic Center in San Francisco, where President Obama was working to raise campaign funds.
“Never, ever,” Davis said when asked if he thought he’d ever meet the President of the United States. “I thought the closest...
President Barack Obama lauded Muhammad Ali Saturday as he joined some of the world's most famous people in a birthday celebration for the boxer known simply as "The Greatest."
The first portion of the 2011-2012 NBA season is coming to an end with All-Star weekend set to take place next weekend in Orlando, FL. The rosters for the All-Star Game have been announced. So have the participants for this year’s Slam Dunk Contest and Three-Point Contest. If you missed it, Charles Barkley [...]
Rick Santorum told the 1,500 people packed into the Palazzo Banquet Center in Shelby Township this morning that his main reason for being in the race is to repeal health care reform passed under President Barack Obama.
During the weekend, Rick Santorum spoke of President Barack Obama's "phony theology," and on Monday, he talked about "a culture that has radically changed," saying we need to "rebuild the family and the church."
Vernon Davis took time out of his offseason schedule to stump for President Barack Obama, and the commander in chief wasted no time in asking the 49ers tight end to consider a career change.
A primer on Michigan's Feb. 28 presidential primary: Who's on the ballot? Republicans: Michele Bachmann, Herman Cain, Newt Gingrich, Jon Huntsman, Gary Johnson, Fred Karger, Ron Paul, Rick Perry, Buddy Roemer, Mitt Romney and Rick Santorum. Democrat: Barack Obama.