Huskers close regular volleyball season at Penn State

After facing No. 11 Illinois Wednesday night in Champaign, the No. 10 Nebraska volleyball team travels to State College, Pa., where the Huskers will take on No. 4 Penn State on Saturday at 7:30 p.m. (... Read More

Huskers rally to win at UCLA

No. 15 Nebraska trailed by as many as 16 points, but rallied down the stretch for a 71-66 women's basketball win over UCLA at Pauley Pavilion on Friday afternoon. Junior Rachel Theriot scored 19 of her game-high 24 points in the second half to lea... Read More

Huskers survive Iowa in OT, 37-34

Kenny Bell caught a 9-yard touchdown pass from Tommy Armstrong in overtime to lift Nebraska to a 37-34 win over Iowa Friday afternoon in Iowa City. The Huskers, who trailed at one time 24-7, scored 21 straight to take a 28-24 lead, capped by an 80... Read More


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DeLauro Urges OMB to Finalize Food Safety Rules

Congresswoman Rosa DeLauro is urging the Office of Management and Budget to finalize two pending food safety rules. DeLauro, a democrat from Connecticut, wrote the office director expressing concern that if the rules are not finalized by the end of t... Read More

TPP Talks Likely to get Ugly

A New Zealand based website reports Trans-Pacific Partnership talks are likely to get ugly before a deal is reached. Stuff dot co dot nz reports New Zealand ambassador to Japan, Mark Sinclair says it was always difficult to "judge from the outside" t... Read More

President Would Veto Current Tax Extenders Bill

President Barack Obama would veto the current tax extenders bill that Congress is writing, because the bill does not include tax breaks for the middle class – according to the Hagstrom Report. Congressional Democrats would support the president and... Read More

Brazil Still Suffering from Transport Handicap

The U.S. transportation system may be creaky, but it works far better than the so-called "roads of death" Brazilian truckers must use to haul soybeans to export markets. Despite decades of political promises, Latin American transport systems continue... Read More

Husker win streak comes to an end at Illinois

CHAMPAIGN, Ill. - Despite a spirited comeback to force a fifth set, the No. 10 Nebraska volleyball team fell at No. 11 Illinois, 3-2 (25-16, 22-25, 25-18, 24-26, 15-10), on Wednesday night at Huff Hall. The loss snapped the Huskers' eight-match w... Read More

NCF Accepting Applications for Beef Industry Scholarship

DENVER- Applications for 2015-16 beef industry scholarships sponsored by the CME Group are now being accepted. Ten scholarships of $1,500 each will be awarded to outstanding students pursuing careers in the beef industry. Students studying educati... Read More

Veto Looms On Ohio Ag Runoff Bill

Gov. John Kasich will veto broad legislation that addresses Ohio's toxic algae problem and other agricultural and environmental matters unless provisions related to basic telephone service are removed, a member of the Republican governor's administra... Read More