The Manhattan District Attorney's general counsel slammed the congressional request as "an unlawful incursion into New York's sovereignty."
Alabama was expected to be in the Sweet 16 as the overall top seed in the NCAA Tournament. Few thought the teams standing between the Crimson Tide and a trip to the Final Four would be No. 5 seed San Diego State, sixth-seeded Creighton and 15th-seeded Princeton. A win over Alabama could elevate any of those schools to the status of March Madness legend.
Track and field leaders have signaled it will be nearly impossible for Russian and Belarusian athletes to compete in that sport at the Paris Olympics next year if the war in Ukraine continues. The World Athletics Council kept its ban on Russian athletes in international events in place “for the foreseeable future.”
Women’s college basketball believes it has the makings for a hit reality TV show. Those engaged in the sport hope to give network execs another glimpse this weekend of why they need to ante up during March Madness. The TV contract is up next summer and the NCAA is expected to decide by the fall if the women’s tournament will become a separate entity or continue to be bundled with all the other championships excluding men’s basketball and football.
The upcoming NASCAR race at Circuit of the Americas in Texas will feature two former Formula One world champions, an IndyCar driver and a sports car star who has a win in the 24 Hours of Le Mans on his resume. Cup Series regulars don't believe those drivers have a chance at winning. That's because the racing has become so aggressive that veteran drivers anticipate that Sunday could be a sloppy race.
The number of young people experiencing sadness, hopelessness and thoughts of suicide has increased dramatically, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Ford Motor Co.'s electric vehicle business lost $3 billion before taxes during the past two years and will lose a similar amount this year as the company invests heavily in the new technology, the company reported Thursday.
The semifinals of the Midwest Region is stacked with coaching heavyweights. There's Kelvin Sampson of top-seeded Houston, who has led both Oklahoma and the Cougars to the Final Four. There's their opponent Friday night, fifth-seeded Miami, whose own coach Jim Larrañaga took George Mason to the national semifinals and had the Hurricanes in the Elite Eight a year ago.
The company, which has 150 million American users, is under increasing pressure from U.S. officials.
There are security concerns involving a Russian anti-LGBTQ law.
The number of monarch butterflies wintering in the mountains of central Mexico dropped 22%, and the number of trees lost in their favored wintering ground more than tripled compared to last year.
Representatives from eight countries that weren't invited to the 2021 inaugural summit received invitations this year.
Aid agencies are scrambling to meet soaring humanitarian needs amid fears of rising cholera cases, malnutrition and displaced families.
The rocket lifted off late Wednesday night amid fanfare but failed three minutes into flight — far short of orbit.
Attempted book bans and restrictions at school and public libraries continue to surge, setting a record in 2022, according to a new report from the American Library Association.
As the Federal Reserve raises interest rates again, credit card debt is already at a record high, and more people are carrying debt month to month.
The president notched an approval rating of 38% in the new poll, after 45% said they approved in February and 41% in January.
Sales of new U.S. homes unexpectedly rose in February after a downward revision to the prior month, suggesting the housing market is beginning…
At this point during the last presidential election in 2020, more than 15 Democrats had jumped into their party’s open presidential race. But this year, the open Republican field for 2024 still officially remains small.
Track and field has banned transgender athletes from international competition while adopting new regulations that could keep Caster Semenya and other athletes with differences in sex development from competing.
Ali Krieger has decided to retire at the end of this season after a professional soccer career that has stretched some 16 years.
Iowa State was quick to say that its miserable shooting performance in the NCAA Tournament had nothing to do with some wonky rims in Greensboro, North Carolina. Nevertheless, the Cyclones were among the many teams that struggled during the opening weekend, especially from the 3-point line.
For over 20 years, the work of gospel music composer Charles Henry Pace sat in 14 unorganized crates, dirty and decomposing. This was until a music historian at the University of Pittsburgh was inspired to uncover the true history behind the photo negatives, printing plates and pieces of sheet music the university acquired in 1999.
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