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Apr 01 2023
The Indiana Fever own the No. 1 pick in the upcoming WNBA Draft and the question of which player the Fever may take became a little clearer Saturday. South Carolina's Aliyah Boston, a 6-5 forward and the 2022 Naismith National Player of the Year, could have stayed in college another year, but announced her intention to declare for April's draft. "In this moment, I am truly breathless as I makeIndyStar
Apr 03 2023
DC Studios has a new superhero on the horizon. On Monday, Warner Bros. Pictured released the official trailer for its upcoming film Blue Beetle, which stars Cobra Kai's Xolo Maridueña as recent college graduate Jaime Reyes, who takes on superpowers from a piece of alien technology called the Scarab. The trailer shows Jaime obtain the Scarab from Jenny (Bruna Marquezine) while at a jobPeople
Mar 10 2023
FILE – Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador speaks during the North America Summit, at the National Palace in Mexico City, Jan. 10, 2023. Obrador said on Feb. 23, 2023 that he’ll sign a new bill into law that will cut funding to the country’s electoral agency. (AP Photo/Fernando Llano, File) (NewsNation) — Mexican President Andres Manuel López Obrador slammed an idea gaining tractionNewsNation
Mar 31 2023
Moments later, Clark glared at the Iowa fans in the crowd, extended her arms and screamed, “Let’s go!” She hurled the basketball in the air as the final buzzer sounded. Everyone in the building knew Clark had been the most dangerous player in college basketball this season, but it didn’t matter — even against arguably the best defense in the country. South Carolina had no answer for the playerWashington Post
Apr 18 2023
After a train derailment in East Palestine exposed his constituents to toxic chemicals, Sen. JD Vance (R-OH) introduced a railway safety bill that quickly won bipartisan support.
Sens. Sherrod Brown (D-OH), Bob Casey (D-PA), and John Fetterman (D-PA) joined a number of conservative Republicans in supporting Vance’s efforts, which would among other things regulate crew sizes and underWashington Examiner
Mar 31 2023
Logan McGonigle was named to the Champlain College President's List for the fall 2022 semester. Students on the President's List have achieved a grade point average of 4.0 or higher during the semester. McGonigle is currently enrolled in the Graphic Design & Visual Communication major. The GNAC announced their Indoor Track and Field awards, and the Lasell women's track team, which includesPatch.com
Mar 29 2023
Idaho prosecutors disclosed evidence to Bryan Kohberger's legal team Monday, which they say involves an internal affairs investigation into an officer who was part of the University of Idaho murder case. The state filed a request for a protective order to keep the investigation out of the public, saying it wished to disclose the investigation as "potential Brady/Giglio material." It's unclearNBC News (Online)
Apr 04 2023
Former President Donald Trump has a wide lead in New Hampshire over his rivals for the 2024 Republican presidential nomination, according to a new poll released Monday. The Saint Anselm College Survey Center poll based on 1,320 New Hampshire registered voters from Friday through Sunday showed Trump, who was arraigned Tuesday in Manhattan on myriad charges stemming from a $130,000 hush-moneyNewsmax (News)
Mar 31 2023
The Kansas City Chiefs will begin defense of their third Super Bowl title at Missouri Western State University, agreeing Friday to a deal to continue holding training camp at the Division II school through the 2024 season. Chiefs coach Andy Reid has long been a proponent of sequestering his teams on college campuses to help build unity. The facility is about an hour north of Kansas City, whichSan Diego Union-Tribune
Jun 05 2023
Perspectives BlogFrom the Center
When the dust settles after next year’s election, it’s entirely possible that Samuel Alito will have helped secure a second term in office for Joe Biden.
Not intentionally, of course. The long-time conservative Supreme Court Justice would be unlikely to do anything to help a Democratic candidate for any office, let alone a president who would have the power to appointDan Schnur