(CNN) -- Every year, thousands of Hawaiian tourists choose the small residential town of Kailua over the hustle and bustle of larger resort towns.
Even President Barack Obama and his family have made it their yearly holiday vacation destination.
Atlanta -- Welcome to "The Daily Duncan," a daily take on the sportsworld, brought to you by Ray Brandt Auto Group.
In today's show, columnist Jeff Duncan sets the stage for tonight's Saints-Falcons game at the Georgia Dome.
He also tells us what happened on this date -- Nov. 21 -- in Louisiana sports history.
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(CNN) -- The Queen has invited the Middleton Family to Sandringham for Christmas, or so the British newspaper headlines recently declared.
This week's showdown between Missouri and Ole Miss is now, officially, a Top 25 battle.
Ole Miss rejoined the Top 25 party Sunday morning when the Rebels check in at No. 24 in the Associated Press poll following their fourth straight win, over Troy. Ole Miss remains unranked in the Coaches Poll.
The Rebels had been in the Top 25 early this season, climbing to as high as No. 21 in the AP poll Sept. 15 after a 3-0 start that included a win at Texas.
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Kate Middleton, Duchess of Cambridge is filling up her calendar as she returns to life as a full time royal following the birth of her first child Prince George in July, confirming two engagements next week.
The 31 year-old, who took four months maternity leave in June just a month before son George was born, will join Prince William in meeting Poppy Day supporters at Kensington Palace on November 7 as part of events to mark Remembrance Day Clarence House have confirmed.
(CNN) -- Russian President Vladmir Putin on Monday said everyone will be welcomed to next year's Winter Olympics in Russia, regardless of sexual orientation -- comments that come on the heels of a controversial Russian law on homosexuality.
Putin made his latest assurances on the matter as he welcomed International Olympic Committee President Thomas Bach and other sports officials to his summer residence in Sochi -- the Black Sea resort town where the Games will happen in February -- state-run RIA Novosti news agency reported.
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A food vendor spreads out convertible pesos, known as CUCs (the two bills on the right) and regular Cuban pesos at her stand in a vegetable market in Havana, Cuba in this Aug. 2013 file photo.
HAVANA - Cubans gave a cautious welcome Tuesday to plans to phase out the country’s confounding dual currency system as part of reforms aimed at fixing the island’s economy.