Another Latino 'first': Law school dean becomes college president
“This is uncharted territory, but we are all doing the best we can," said Peñalver, who will be president of Seattle University.
Trump calls on NYPD to reinstate suspended ‘Trump 2020’ cop: 'Let New York’s Finest finally do their job'
President Trump on Tuesday called on NYPD brass to allow the officer who was suspended for blaring “Trump 2020” from his patrol car loudspeaker to return to work.
Poll: Most Americans Think It Will Take Days To Declare Winner Of The Presidential Election
Nearly 70% of Americans say they won’t hold their breath on Election Night.
Erdogan files complaint against Dutch far-right politician
Dutch leader of Party for Freedom, Geert Wilders, shared an insulting cartoon of the Turkish president on Twitter.
Donald Trump setback in rape defamation case
A woman who accuses the president of raping her in a store is suing him for calling her a liar.
After supporting Trump by one vote in 2016, a Wisconsin community reassesses
The presidential election in Oshkosh’s Ward25A could end with another razor-thin margin.
Fracking Finally Gets The Attention It Deserves
Just one week before the 2020 Presidential election, two topics are dominating the conversation - the coronavirus and hydraulic fracturing, commonly known as “fracking”.
Shannon Sharpe isn’t a fan of Pat Riley’s comments about Lakers’ Title derserving an asterisk | UNDISPUTED
A lot of people in NBA circles continue to point to the bubble as a reason LA’s latest ring isn’t legit. But on Friday, Miami Heat president Pat Riley said the Los Angeles Lakers title has an asterisk associated with it because the Heat were without key players Bam Adebayo and Goran Dragic during the series. Riley later clarified his comments and did admit the Lakers were the better team. However, Lakers VP Rob Pelinka went on Woj’s podcast and dismissed all of the above, saying that the championship doesn’t have an asterisk but rather a 'gold star.' Hear what Skip Bayless and Shannon Sharpe have to say about Pat Riley's comments.
Serie A Asks Italian Government For Relief, Claiming They Will Lose €400 Million This Season Due To Coronavirus ProtocolsOlder articles »
Lega Serie A President, Paolo Dal Pino, and FIGC President, Gabriele Gravina, sent a letter to the Italian government, warning about the Italian football system being “at high risk of collapse.” Serie A is expected to experience losses for €400 million this 2020/21 season.