Women's marches live updates: Millions march in L. A. and around the world following Trump's inauguration Jan. 21, 2017, 5:30 p.m. A day after the presidential inauguration of Donald Trump, millions nationwide and around the world marched in support of women's rights. • Huge crowds converge on flagship
Every surgeon needs a patient, and the same goes for surgically precise quarterbacks. The operating room Sunday will be the Georgia Dome, and — with Green Bay’s Aaron Rodgers and Atlanta’s Matt Ryan scrubbed up and ready to go — two suspect secondaries will be under the knife. Green Bay had the
Breitbart News editor Milo Yiannopoulos’ divisive speaking tour, provoking shouting matches and fistfights among college-age fans and foes, has now degenerated to the level of gunfire. A man was in critical condition Saturday after being shot outside a University of Washington hall prior to the
USC guard Elijah Stewart hopped on one foot and leaned back like a baseball player willing his hit to stay fair. By the time his shot arced toward the rim, Stewart, a junior, had gone two games without making a three-pointer — the first time he’s done so since his freshman season.
Jonathan Isaac and Dwayne Bacon both scored 16 points and No. 10 Florida State held off No. 12 Louisville, 73-68, on Saturday in Tallahassee, Fla. Isaac, who also had 10 rebounds, is the first FSU freshman to have three consecutive double-doubles since Corey Lewis in 1994-95. Florida State started
A former executive at the AFTRA Retirement Fund has been arrested, along with a business vendor, and charged with two counts of conspiracy to commit wire fraud in connection with an alleged false invoicing scheme that cost the health and retirement fund of millions of dollars. Enrico Rubano worked