Dan Daly, sports columnist for The Washington Times, gives his take on sports and more.
Returning to Planet Earth isn't such a bad thing for the Nats' whiz kid.
Clinton Portis' time finally runs out with the Redskins.
If you like Bryce Harper, you'll love his dad.
With the smoke-throwing Strasburg sidelined, the Nats' pitching staff hopes to show there's more than one way to get a batter out.
In the case of the Nationals' Ian Desmond, closer inspection suggests not.
For most major league pitchers, lasting until you're 36 requires a certain creativity.
Will Dennis "Worm" his way in ahead of Reggie?
The Wizards peddled some cap space to the Bulls -- and look what it brought them.
Just how much dough are NFL owners and players fighting over?
A lockout will be nothing like a strike.
Clinton still has some work to do . . . and time may be growing short.
When 3,000 hits aren't enough
Do certain NFL officials need to be more hardheaded? (And other deep thoughts)
How record-shattering was New England’s nuking of Tennessee?
Sherman Lewis rides to the offense's rescue.
By Rand Paul
Obama acts as though we no longer have a Constitution