Month: January 2017

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Clive Brunskill/Getty Images(MELBOURNE, Australia) — Roger Federer beat Rafael Nadal in five sets to win the Australian Open at Melbourne Park Sunday morning. Federer takes home the first Grand Slam singles title of the season, and the eighteenth of his career. He holds the record for most Grand Slam titles by any man in tennis […]

iStock/Thinkstock(NEW YORK) — Here are the latest scores and winners: NATIONAL BASKETBALL ASSOCIATIONSacramento    109  Charlotte      106Miami         116  Detroit        103OT  Boston        112  Milwaukee      108Golden State  144  L.A. Clippers   98Minnesota     129  Brooklyn       109Denver        123  Phoenix        112Memphis       102  Utah            95TOP-25 COLLEGE BASKETBALL(2) Kansas                79  (4) Kentucky         73(3) Gonzaga               96  Pepperdine           49(5) Baylor                78  Mississippi          75Syracuse                  82  (6) Florida […]

iStock/Thinkstock(NEW YORK) — At least 27 passengers have been detained or sent out of the U.S. from four different airports across the country on Saturday following President Trump’s executive order on immigration. One of at least two Iraqis detained at John F. Kennedy International Airport in New York City has been released, according to New […]

iStock/Thinkstock(NEW YORK) — At least 27 passengers have been detained or sent out of the U.S. from four different airports across the country on Saturday following President Trump’s executive order on immigration. One of at least two Iraqis detained at John F. Kennedy International Airport in New York City has been released, according to New […]

Barry Winiker via Getty Images(PRINCETON, N.J.) — Some colleges are advising foreign students and scholars who might be affected by President Donald Trump’s executive order on immigration to defer travel outside of the U.S. at least until there is more clarity on how the order may affect them. Princeton University, Stanford University’s center for international […]

Sumter County Sheriff’s Office(LADY LAKE, Fla.) — New details have emerged in the alleged mass shooting plot by two teenagers on a Florida middle school. “Far too much planning” went into the alleged mass shooting plan for The Villages Charter Middle School in Lady Lake, Florida, said Sumter County Sheriff’s Capt. James “Chris” Haworth. Two […]

Barry Winiker via Getty Images(PRINCETON, N.J.) — Some colleges are advising foreign students and scholars who might be affected by President Donald Trump’s executive order on immigration to defer travel outside of the U.S. at least until there is more clarity on how the order may affect them. Princeton University, Stanford University’s center for international […]

Sumter County Sheriff’s Office(LADY LAKE, Fla.) — New details have emerged in the alleged mass shooting plot by two teenagers on a Florida middle school. “Far too much planning” went into the alleged mass shooting plan for The Villages Charter Middle School in Lady Lake, Florida, said Sumter County Sheriff’s Capt. James “Chris” Haworth. Two […]

ABC News(WASHINGTON) — President Donald Trump spent his Saturday holding a series of phone calls with world leaders, including a much-anticipated phone call with Russian President Vladimir Putin. The president’s call with Putin on Saturday afternoon came a day after Trump said in a press conference that it was too “early” to decide whether to […]

ABC News(NEW YORK) — When Fuad Sharif received U.S. immigrant visas for himself and his family, he sold his house and quit his job in Iraq, as did his wife, and his two daughters and one son left school. They left everything all with the expectations of starting a new life in the United States. […]


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