A Cincinnati casino announced that Kevin Lewis had won a $1 million drawing. After the ceremonial check was presented, another Kevin Lewis came forward. Oops, he was the real winner. So what did the casino do? It rewarded them both.
Kevin Lewis of Cincinnati was announced the winner of a $1 million giveaway. The problem, the wrong Kevin Lewis came forward first. After the casino realized the mistake, officials gave both men the prize.
For the second time in two seasons, Atlanta Braves third baseman Chris Johnson was ejected from a game after arguing with an umpire and throwing his helmet. Next game, Johnson hit the field with a new piece of equipment: duct tape over his mouth.
The fallout continues from Saturday's performance, during which the clown in the "Obama" mask and others mocked the president. Politicians from both sides of the aisle have condemned the act. Rush Limbaugh, meanwhile, puts part of the blame on the president.
The market research firm Nielsen has published a report on the Latina consumer. According to Nielsen, Hispanic women are a key growth engine in the American marketplace. The Latina population is growing while the white, non-Hispanic female population is dropping.
Reaction in New York has been mixed to Monday's court ruling over the NYPD's stop-and-frisk policy. A judge ruled the policy is unconstitutional and amounts to "indirect racial profiling" of young men of color.
U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder outlined changes Monday to ease overcrowding prisons in a speech to the American Bar Association in San Francisco. David Greene talks to Ohio State University law professor Douglas Berman about the plan to ease mandatory sentences for drug offenders.
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