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  • Bay Area sports calendar, Jan. 17-18

    THURSDAY College basketball 4p Tennessee State at Tennessee Tech ESPNU 5p Michigan State at Nebraska FS1 6p USF at Pacific NBCSBA (1550) 6p Stanford at Washington ESPN2 6p Oregon at Arizona ESPN 6p Loyola Marymount at Gonzaga NBCSCA 6p Gardner-Webb at Radford ESPNU 7p Cal at Washington St. P12Net (810) 7p Oregon State at Arizona State FS1 8p Santa Clara at St. Mary's NBCSBA (1220) 8p BYU at Pepperdine ESPNU Women 3p Maryland at Michigan State BigTen 4p S. Carolina at Mississippi St....

    SFGate
  • Tennessee ex-teacher who took off with student sentenced to 20 years

    A former Tennessee high school teacher who took off with a female student in 2017 on a cross-country journey that ended with his arrest in California was sentenced to 20 years in prison on Wednesday.

    U.S.
  • Oregon governor's husband cleans park bathroom – and sends Trump the bill

    Dan Little, a retired forest service worker, took matters into his own hands when the shutdown left his local wilderness a mess The longest ever government shutdown has left US national parks chronically understaffed, with grim consequences: messy toilets, broken Joshua trees, and unsupervised campers. Related: Keeping US national parks open during the shutdown is a terrible mistake | Jonathan B Jarvis Continue reading

    the Guardian
  • ‘White male privilege’ makes some afraid of council meetings, Portland politician says

    Jo Ann Hardesty, city commissioner of Portland, Oregon, said a few people with “white male privilege” drown out the voices of others at city council meetings, making people afraid to attend and voice their mind

    charlotteobserver
  • ‘White male privilege’ makes some afraid of council meetings, Portland politician says

    Jo Ann Hardesty, city commissioner of Portland, Oregon, said a few people with “white male privilege” drown out the voices of others at city council meetings, making people afraid to attend and voice their mind

    miamiherald
  • Beto wonders: Can we still be managed by founding principles?

    EL PASO, Texas - In a digital ad that recently went viral, Beto O'Rourke tore into President Donald Trump's desired border wall with soaring footage of the Rio Grande Valley and an explanation of what the wall would do: cut off access to the river, shrink the size of the United States and force the seizure of privately-held land. It noted that most undocumented immigrants who arrived in the United States in the past decade came not over the border but on visas that then expired. So what should...

    Connecticut Post