Vintage Victor Cruz puts awed Giants in a time machine
New York Post
Cruz hasn't been a problem in nearly two years, but there he was again Tuesday, wearing his white Giants jersey with “CRUZ” in red letters etched above his familiar red 80 and bright orange shoes, the latest first step back toward becoming a problem again.
New York Giants receiver Victor Cruz returns to practice
EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. (AP) — Victor Cruz has returned to practice for the New York Giants and earned the Odell Beckham Jr. seal of approval. It marked the first time in almost two weeks that the oft-injured 29-year-old wide receiver practiced with the ...
Check out Josh Norman's new warning for Giants WR Odell Beckham
New York Daily News
At Giants practice Tuesday, Beckham declined to respond. "I'm really here to focus on the New York Giants," Beckham said. "Anything that doesn't really have to do with us or my teammates . . . anything other than that, it's just football." But Norman ...
Five things I think I think about the New York Giants
Big Blue View
It's Tuesday, which means time to get my Peter King on and offer up a new version of “Five things I think I think” about the New York Giants. So, with the preseason half over, here are my thoughts.
Senators question price increase of EpiPens from $57 to $500
WASHINGTON, Aug. 23 (UPI) -- Massive price increases on the drugs used in EpiPens have drawn outrage from four U.S. senators. The pens, manufactured by Mylan, are used in an emergencies for food allergies and there are no generic equivalents.
The GOP's Senate problem
Washington Post (blog)
According to Charlie Cook, among the 10 Senate seats up this cycle that are held by a Democrat, only one, Nevada, is a tossup. Among the 24 Republican senators trying to hold on, eight seats are tossups (including a generous tossup rating for Illinois).
Marco Rubio is running for the Senate — or maybe still the presidency?
BOCA RATON, Fla. — In a banquet hall brimming with Republicans preparing to don bibs and tuck into lobsters, Marco Rubio appealed for a second term in the U.S. Senate much like he tried — and failed — to become the party's presidential nominee.
Senators: Court ruling frees criminals in sanctuary cities ...
Washington Examiner (blog)
An unprecedented federal court ruling practically requires Department of Homeland Security officials to release criminal immigrants in many sanctuary cities, ...