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  • Trump pouts about border wall deal: 'I can’t say I’m happy -- I can’t say I’m thrilled'

    President Donald Trump responded to a bipartisan deal drafted to fund the government — and told reporters he’s “not thrilled.” The White House press pool, as tweeted by PBS NewsHour’s Yamiche Alcindor, reported that Trump said “I can’t say I’m happy, I can’t say I’m thrilled” about the deal and that he intends to build his border wall with Mexico anyway. Alcindor added that Trump claimed the deal, which was drafted at Camp David by

    Raw Story
  • Maryland basketball can’t get started vs. Michigan, and can’t end a miserable road drought

    With the defeat against the No. 6 Wolverines, Maryland has lost its last 19 road games against ranked teams.
  • Bill Belichick says Patriots can’t get any more prepared

    ATLANTA — Patriots coach Bill Belichick has pronounced his team “ready to go.” New England went through its final practice of the week Friday, and Belichick told a pool reporter the practice was a “quick review” and similar to a regular Friday practice, just shorter. The Patriots went over situations, including red-zone, two-minute, goal-line, short-yardage

    New York Post
  • Steve Bruce: I can’t wait to get started with Sheffield Wednesday

    • Bruce sets sights on Premier League return for club• Manager says there is no budget for signings Steve Bruce is back where he started in management but on the opposite side of the city’s divide, claiming his formative years at Sheffield United were too long ago to affect his new job with Wednesday. “That was my first managerial job and this might be my last,” the former Sunderland and Birmingham manager said of his 10th club since retiring from playing. “Physically and emotionally I feel...

    the Guardian