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U.S. Women's Lacrosse Set to Host NCAA Tournament Games
Author: 0 Women's Lacrosse Set to Host NCAA Tournament Games

The Wildcats have struggled to be consistent on offense without Lasota and Kahleah Craig. The Illinois Wesleyan men's lacrosse team earned the school's first-ever bid into the NCAA Division III Championship Tournament, getting an at-large bid and the chance to play at Aurora University on Wednesday.

U.S. Georgia Gov. Nathan Deal Signs 'Campus Carry' Bill
Author: 0 Georgia Gov. Nathan Deal Signs 'Campus Carry' Bill

In a message to leaders of the University System of Georgia's 28 institutions, Chancellor Steve Wrigley said administrators will provide guidance on implementing the law, which becomes effective July 1. Dr. Michael Noll, a VSU professor and one of the protesters, said the new law will only make college campuses more unsafe. But his veto message also expressed more sweeping concerns, such as the appropriateness of weapons in higher education, that were frequently cited by opponents during the ...

Author: 0 Durant scores 38 points, Warriors beat Jazz to take 3-0 lead

Kevin Durant scored 38 points and picked up 13 rebounds as the Golden State Warriors withstood a determined Utah effort to down the Jazz 102-91 yesterday morning (Singapore time). I think there are some places I go where I should definitely should be booed. " Golden state ", said Utah jazz in the final quarter. Oubre's outburst in the second quarter of Game 3 on Thursday resulted in a flagrant 2 foul and an ejection.

Author: 0 KY Health Advocate Weighs in on GOP Health Plan

It's unlikely that this slapdash and morally monstrous bill will be able to pass the Senate, even in modified form. Perhaps the cruelest twist of this bill is that it will use most of the $1 trillion over ten years which would have gone to provide health care and health coverage to low- and middle-income Americans to provide tax cuts for the wealthiest among us.

U.S. Teen who allegedly drove shooters of 'miracle' cops charged
Author: 0 Teen who allegedly drove shooters of 'miracle' cops charged

A 31-year-old woman who was inside the restaurant was also struck in the torso, and a 39-year-old man was shot in the leg as well. Both officers survived and were released from the hospital on Wednesday. Markham police say the Illinois State Police Public Integrity Task Force is investigating. Police said they were able to track the stolen vehicles with surveillance videos.

Author: 0 PH to attend ASEAN-US meet in Washington

Tillerson's first meeting with all members of the 10-nation Association of Southeast Asian Nations will also address China's pursuit of territory in the South China Sea. "In some circumstances, if you condition our national security efforts on someone adopting our values, we probably can't achieve our national security goals", Tillerson said in a speech to State Department employees meant to outline to what "America First" means in diplomatic terms.

Author: 0 Rivers start to drop, but flood crisis isn't over yet

Louis are all receding after heavy rains made the rivers swell. While some areas along streams and small rivers have born the brunt of the slow-moving flooding disaster in recent days, communities along the Mississippi River from Missouri and IL to Louisiana and Mississippi will be racing against rising water over the next couple of weeks.

U.S. House Repeal of 'Obamacare' Hands Hot Potato to Wary Senate
Author: 0 House Repeal of 'Obamacare' Hands Hot Potato to Wary Senate

Republican leaders in the House and White House wanted to implement a massive tax cut for the wealthiest Americans (the health care bill passed Thursday) as a prelude to adopting a second massive tax cut for the wealthiest Americans and big corporations (the tax bill that's next on their agenda).

U.S. Congress grilling United over Dao; CEO Munoz apologizing
Author: 0 Congress grilling United over Dao; CEO Munoz apologizing

United CEO Oscar Munoz apologized repeatedly in the often-tense hearing room for the removal of Dao, with whom the airline reached a settlement last week for an undisclosed sum. The industry ranks at the bottom-third of all sectors, putting the likes of United Airlines and American Airlines neck-and-neck with hospitals and private utilities, and just slightly ahead of health insurers.

U.S. Trump 'ready to resolve North Korea issue one way or another'
Author: 0 Trump 'ready to resolve North Korea issue one way or another'

McMaster said the Trump administration plans to renegotiate the U.S.'s defense relationships with South Korea and "all of our allies. we need everybody to pay their fair share". "The key to this is China and if the Chinese can put the brakes on this", McCain said. "I just don't want people to know what my thinking is", Trump maintained.

U.S. Trump moving to slash budget for White House 'drug czar
Author: 0 Trump moving to slash budget for White House 'drug czar

Under Trump , the White House Office of National Drug Control Policy , which was established by the Anti-Drug Abuse Act of 1988, has remained a largely unused mystery. President Trump has repeatedly promised to fight the opioid addiction crisis with a two-pronged strategy: A border wall to stop drugs from entering the US, and community-based programs to help addicts.

U.S. Trump signs order to expand ocean oil drilling
Author: 0 Trump signs order to expand ocean oil drilling

Gulf Economic Survival Team Executive Director Lori LeBlanc called the move a "positive first step" for the oil and gas industry toward job creation and boosting the national economy. LoBiondo has also signed on as an original cosponsor to legislation by Representative Mark Sanford (SC-01) that would place a 10-year moratorium on oil and gas drilling in the Atlantic Ocean and parts of the Eastern Gulf of Mexico.

Author: 0 Dodgers leaning toward placing Gonzalez on DL

Gutierrez scored when an attempted pickoff throw from catcher Austin Hedges hit the left fielder in the back and rolled down the line. Cody Bellinger posted his first career grand slam while finishing with five RBI in Saturday's game in San Diego.

Author: 0 Wisconsin-based atheist group sues Trump over church order

Crafted by then-U.S. Sen. Lyndon Johnson, was enacted in 1954 and allows a wide range of advocacy on political issues . There was a weakening of the enforcement of a rule that prevented churches and tax-exempt groups from the endorsement of American political candidates.

Author: 0 Government-wide spending bill headed for a House vote

That's a major problem for moderate Republicans, but the announcement of a vote signaled that leadership believes the measure will pass. Prior to that date, the White House and Congress will have to engage in more negotiations to avoid - once again - a partial shutdown of the federal government due to lack of funds.

Author: 0 Roy Oliver: Full Story & Must-See Details On Police Officer

The department said it let officer Roy Oliver, a six-year veteran of the force, go for violating "several department policies" after it was discovered that he fired shots into a auto as it was driving away . "They're moving in the right direction, however it's not almost enough", she said. Police say that as officers dispersed the party they heard gunshots outside.

Author: 0 Late-night clashes claim 9th victim of Venezuelan unrest

Tens of thousands flooded the streets of Caracas and other Venezuelan cities on Thursday, battling security forces in what's been dubbed the "mother of all marches" against President Nicolas Maduro. Pressure on the socialist president has been mounting since 2014, as falling prices for Venezuela's crucial oil exports have sent the once-booming economy into a tailspin.

Author: 0 California groups rally against Trump immigration crackdown

Authorities said the group of Portland anarchists were wearing black bandanas and ski masks and began breaking windows at businesses, setting fires on downtown streets and damaging a police cruiser. Protesters march against President Trump's immigration policy in Los Angeles on Monday, where ten. From New England to the Midwest to the West Coast, people chanted and picketed against Mr.

Author: 0 Penn State University fraternity, members charged in hazing death

The pledges were pressured to run a "gauntlet" of drinking stations that required them to drink vodka, beer and wine. "This is the result of a feeling of entitlement, flagrant disobedience of the law, and disregard of morale values, that was then exacerbated by egregious acts of self-preservation".