Down 3-2 in the series, it is win or go home tonight. The Washington Capitals will need plays like this from Niklas Backstrom to win. Pro Hockey Talk has more on the Peter Forsberg comparisons.
Of the top 25 newspapers; the Washington Post suffered the biggest circulation declines. Now, their social reader app is suffering the same fate. NewsyTech explains.
Every once in a while, Anderson Cooper delivers. Via HotAir, here, Anderson stands up for the truth behind the phony meme by the Democrats about a supposed GOP #WarOnWomen. He literally destroy’s MoveOn.org’s Justin Ruben in this segment.
Happy days are here again. Considering Lugar hasn’t lived in Indiana since 1977, it is unbelieveable he hasn’t been kicked to the curb before now.
Great article at INC.com. Click the link above to read it.
Old-school train conductors are finally ready to give up their hole punchers to try something new: the iPhone.
Amtrak, the government-owned corporation that oversees the nation’s railroad train services, has been training conductors since November to use the Apple handset as an electronic ticket scanner on a few routes, including from Boston to Portland, Me., and San Jose, Calif., to Sacramento.
The incredible finish of the Capitals/Rangers game 5 in which Brad Richards scores the tying goal with six seconds left.
Here’s the question of the day, if you’re goalie Braden Holtby or even John Carlson, who gets behind Holtby to protect the net, how do you NOT force the goal off its moorings to stop play with the Rangers banging away down low? This would have stopped play and made the Rangers take a faceoff in the Caps zone. The clock would have expired and the Caps would have won.