Florida State's defense carried the Seminoles in their 13-6 win over No. 15 Louisville.
It was the Jaelen House show Saturday as the New Mexico guard scored 28 points — 26 of those in the first half —- to lead the Lobos to a 106-62 win over downstate rival New Mexico State. Tru Washington had a career-high 21 points and Donovan Dent added 12 points with 10 assists for New Mexico (7-1). Femi Odukale scored 18 to lead the Aggies (4-6) and Kaosi Ezegu chipped in 13.
Michigan won its third straight Big Ten title in Jim Harbaugh's return from suspension.
STORY: Austin, in remarks to the Reagan National Defense Forum in Simi Valley, California, said he has personally pushed Israeli leaders to avoid civilian casualties, to shun "irresponsible rhetoric" and prevent violence by settlers in the West Bank."In this kind of a fight, the center of gravity is the civilian population. And if you drive them into the arms of the enemy, you replace a tactical victory with a strategic defeat," Austin said, drawing on his experience as a four-star general overseeing the battle against Islamic State militants. "So I have repeatedly made clear to Israel's leaders that protecting Palestinian civilians in Gaza is both a moral responsibility and strategic imperative."He also said he's pressed Israel to dramatically expand Gaza's access to humanitarian aid, adding that he expected more deliveries of aid "in the days ahead."Austin's remarks came as Israeli warplanes and artillery bombarded the enclave on Saturday after a temporary truce collapsed the day before.
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The 10-year-old girl was just two days into the trip when she began to vomit.
Philippine residents were allowed to return to their homes on Sunday after a magnitude 7.4 earthquake struck the country's south, killing at least one person, with disaster officials reporting minor damage to some infrastructure. The Saturday night quake shook parts of Surigao Del Sur and Davao Oriental provinces, triggering coastal evacuations and tsunami alerts in the country and in Japan.
Kristin Davison parted ways with Never Back Down just after she took over leading the group following the departure of CEO Chris Jankowski less than two weeks ago. Also leaving Saturday were communications director Erin Perrine and director of operations Matt Palmisano, according to two people familiar with the matter who spoke on condition of anonymity to discuss Never Back Down's internal operations. Longtime DeSantis ally Scott Wagner, who had been a member of the group's board, was named interim CEO and board chairman.
Never Back Down – the super PAC supporting Republican presidential candidate Ron DeSantis – has parted ways with its interim chief executive officer after she served nine days on the job. Kristin Davison replaced former CEO Chris Jankowski on Nov. 22. Jankowski said in a statement through a group spokesperson that “it has become untenable…
Four in ten Kenyans lack safe drinking water. Water filters distributed by a local nonprofit are helping. Experts say those efforts must be scaled. (AP Video by Zelipha Kirobi, Idi Ali Juma. Produced by Brittany Peterson)
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On Saturday night, Kiss closed out the final performance of their “The End of the Road” farewell tour at New York City’s famed Madison Square Garden. During their encore, the band’s current lineup — founders Paul Stanley and Gene Simmons as well as guitarist Tommy Thayer and drummer Eric Singer — left the stage to reveal digital avatars of themselves. The cutting-edge technology was used to tease a new chapter of the rock band: after 50 years of Kiss, the band is now interested in a kind of digital immortality.
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Two days after it was announced Bronny James had been cleared by doctors for a full return to basketball, and just four months after he suffered a cardiac arrest, the Southern California freshman took the floor for warmups with his teammates as they prepared to play No. 11 Gonzaga in the Las Vegas Invitational. The son of NBA career scoring leader LeBron James was upbeat and jovial as he knocked down seven consecutive 3-pointers at one point during warmups, and then joined assistant coach Kurt Karis for an impromptu dance move on the sideline. James ignited the crowd when he rose up and jammed home a one-handed dunk.
Two saboteurs poisoned 35 Russian soldiers in the Russian-occupied Ukrainian city of Simferopol, in Crimea, NGO project Information Resistance reported on Dec. 2, citing Russian Telegram news channels.
The remains of an airman who died in a U.S. Osprey military aircraft crash in Japan have been identified, while the seven others aboard are still missing. The man has been identified as U.S. Air Force Staff Sgt. Jacob “Jake” M. Galliher, who was 24 years old. Galliher was a direct support operator and assigned…
While some locals sympathised with the man, others urged him to just cough up the money because 'it is not a car space'.