Headlines on 2018-01-20

  • J.P. Macura sends No. 11 Xavier past No. 19 Seton Hall 73-64

    NEWARK, N.J. (AP) -- Xavier guard J.P. Macura was booed by the sellout crowd at Prudential Center before playing No. 19 Seton Hall, booed every time he touched the ball and cheered at almost every mistake....

  • Republicans’ Very Own Voter Data Makes Trump’s Win Even More Suspicious

    The polls used by politicians often get downplayed, but they are an extremely important part of the democratic process. The problem, however, is they get misreported fairly often, which of course leads voters to believe they are inaccurate, but the reality is they virtually always fall within a reasonable margin of error. This makes the 2016 presidential election polls an even bigger mystery. Even the internal Republican polls were wrong in 2016, which is extremely odd given the fact that their...

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  • Sports on TV: Sunday, Jan. 21, 2018

    BASKETBALL TIME TV Men: Miami @ N.C. State Noon 33 Men: Rutgers @ Michigan Noon B10N Women: George Washington @ Dayton Noon CBSSN Women: South Carolina @ Kentucky Noon ESPNU … Click to Continue

  • Man intentionally crashes, woman rescued

    Members of the public have helped rescue a woman being held against her will in a car that crashed north of Brisbane on Saturday.Queensland Police say the...

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  • Rapper Fredo Santana, 27, dies in Los Angeles

    Rapper Fredo Santana has died in Los Angeles, a family member and the Los Angeles County Coroner's office said Saturday. He was 27.

  • Harry Selby, Renowned Hunter and Safari Guide, Is Dead at 92

    He shot his first antelope at 8, his first elephant at 14. Mr. Selby was a protégé of the East Africa hunter Philip Hope Percival, who took Theodore Roosevelt and Ernest Hemingway on safari.

  • Ex-Coronation Street star feels 'violated' after sex tape leak

    The disabled Manchester-based actress (pictured) was born without her right hand and forearm and played Imogen Pascoe in Coronation Street's lesbian love triangle.

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  • White House government shutdown away message is a political attack on Democrats

    Donald Trump's White House sunk to a new level of petty on Saturday, as the United States government shutdown. Callers dialing into the publicly available White House comments line — at 202.456.1111 — are greeted with a recorded away message. An unrecognizable female voice politely explains that the government is shut down because Democrats are holding it "hostage." SEE ALSO: Michael Wolff revs up 'Fire and Fury' fan theories with hint about Trump having an affair Listen for yourself. This is a...

  • Man, 52, dies after the golf buggy he was driving crashed into a creek

    A man has died after his golf buggy crashed through an embankment and fell into a creek at a Melbourne golf course.

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  • BC-BKC-Oakland-Detroit Box

    BC-BKC–Oakland-Detroit Box OAKLAND 92, DETROIT 86 OAKLAND (13-8) Brock 3-3 1-2 7, Hayes 8-13 1-2 17, Walker 5-12 7-7 18, Nunn 12-26 6-6 38, Neely 1-1 3-5 5, Beck 0-1 0-0 0, Daniels 2-4 1-5… The post BC-BKC–Oakland-Detroit Box appeared first on WTOP.

  • Republicans mocked and punished California voters: Now they're facing a true wave election

    The California Republican Party is already battered and bruised and missing several limbs, but Team Trump singling out the state for punishment has managed to do what many thought impossible: make them even more hated by California voters. In California, his numbers threaten to become an anchor that weighs down his own party: Just 28 percent of adults approve of Trump’s job performance, according to a December survey by the Public Policy Institute of California. Just 30 percent told pollsters...

  • Cortina downhill win puts Vonn on track for Olympics

    It's exactly what Lindsey Vonn was hoping for - a dominant victory one month before she goes for gold at the Olympics. Vonn amped up her preparations for the Pyeongchang Games by winning a World Cup downhill in Cortina d'Ampezzo, Italy, by a large margin Saturday while Italian rival Sofia Goggia avoided a major crash with the help of a safety air bag. Vonn clocked 1 minute, 36.48 seconds on the sun-drenched Olympia delle Tofane course for a 0.92-second advantage...