A comparison of President Trump’s first State of the Union address with that of his predecessor.
Protests have swept across Iran in recent weeks, the largest in almost a decade, as Iranians take to the streets to protest abysmal economic conditions and allegations of widespread corruption.
Devil Barrett, reporter for The Washington Post, talks about new reporting that FBI officials have asked the White House not to allow the release of the Devin Nunes memo.
A second person of interest related to last year’s mass shooting at a Las Vegas music festival was identified as an ammunition dealer who sold to gunman Stephen Paddock, according to newly unsealed court documents.
Immigration authorities have found nearly 80 people crammed into the back of a truck trying to enter the US without proper documents. The truck was travelling on highway in Laredo, Texas, near the US-Mexico border when the driver was pulled over. At least 13 were found to be unaccompanied children.
Spencer Brown, a white freshman at Appalachian State, told a black opponent, ”at least I know my dad.” He has been suspended indefinitely.
After No. 21 Kentucky rallied to force overtime against Vanderbilt, guard Quade Green wasn’t surprised he was able to split through two defenders to make the winning basket. ”I just saw an open layup,” said Green, whose layup with five seconds left in overtime gave the Wildcats
Only one thing was going to slow Oklahoma point guard Trae Young’s offensive onslaught Tuesday night. ”He got subbed out,” Baylor coach Scott Drew quipped. Young scored 31 of his 44 points in the second half to help No. 12 Oklahoma hold off Baylor 98-96.
When it was over, Xavier coach Chris Mack breathed a sigh of relief. ”We’re fortunate to come away with a win,” Mack said after Xavier’s 73-68 victory over St. John’s on Tuesday night in New York. Trevon Bluiett was one of four players in double-figure scoring for the
Texas A&M might have found its point guard of the future – and its point guard of the present for a program desperately trying to make the NCAA Tournament. Freshman T.J. Starks scored 16 points and A&M used a strong second half to defeat Arkansas 80-66 on Tuesday night in Reed Arena. ”He’