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It is Arizona's turn to sit atop The Associated Press Top 25 men's college basketball poll. Arizona claimed 59 of 63 first-place votes to move up one spot, putting the Wildcats comfortably ahead of preseason No. 1 in the AP Top 25 since an eight-week stint that ended in January 2014 under former coach Sean Miller. In all, 14 teams climbed from last week's poll, including No. ___Get poll alerts and updates on AP Top 25 basketball throughout the season.
Persons: Tommy Lloyd's, Connecticut . Arizona hasn't, Sean Miller, Lloyd, , ” Lloyd, Creighton, Duke, Tyrese Proctor, ___ Organizations: Press, Wildcats, Purdue, Northwestern, Jayhawks, NCAA, Connecticut ., Gonzaga, Colgate, Houston, Boilermakers, UConn, Baylor, North, Colorado State, Arkansas, Georgia Tech, Wisconsin, Marquette, Badgers, Clemson, San Diego, Villanova, Mississippi State, CONFERENCE, BYU, ACC, Big, Big East, West Conference, American Athletic, Sun Locations: Northwestern . Arizona, Kansas, Connecticut, Connecticut . Arizona, Northwestern, North Carolina, Oklahoma, Miami, Tennessee, Texas, San Diego State, Mississippi, Alabama, Coast
NEW YORK (AP) — Most business economists think the U.S. economy could avoid a recession next year, even if the job market ends up weakening under the weight of high interest rates, according to a survey released Monday. Only 24% of economists surveyed by the National Association for Business Economics said they see a recession in 2024 as more likely than not. The 38 surveyed economists come from such organizations as Morgan Stanley, the University of Arkansas and Nationwide. Political Cartoons View All 1277 ImagesHigh rates work to slow inflation by making borrowing more expensive and hurting prices for stocks and other investments. Expectations are split among economists on when the Federal Reserve could begin cutting interest rates, something that can relieve pressure on the economy and act like steroids for financial markets.
Persons: Morgan Stanley, ” Ellen Zentner Organizations: National Association for Business Economics, University of Arkansas, Nationwide, Federal, Federal Reserve Locations: U.S
‘Jaja’s African Hair Braiding’Even if the hairstyles in this play weren’t as fabulous as they were, Jocelyn Bioh’s “Jaja’s African Hair Braiding,” about a day in the life of African immigrants working in a Harlem hair-braiding shop, would still be a sparkling Broadway delight. That’s thanks to Bioh’s colorful characters and brisk, playful dialogue. I didn’t know until I saw David Adjmi’s “Stereophonic,” which kept me fully engaged through its full three-hour running time. We learn about the characters through the parts they play in making and performing this music — which, by the way, is amazing, and written by Will Butler, formerly of Arcade Fire. (Read our review of “Flex.”)
Persons: , Jocelyn Bioh’s “, Whitney, it’s, guiltily, Daisy Jones, , Fleetwood Mac, David Adjmi’s, Will Butler, David Zinn’s, Ryan, you’re, Erica Matthews, Mitzi E, Newhouse, , Lileana Blain Organizations: Broadway, Center Theater Locations: Harlem, Arkansas
The settlement also would shield the Stamford, Connecticut-based pharmaceutical company's wealthy Sackler family owners from lawsuits brought by opioid victims. A U.S. bankruptcy court approved that restructuring plan in 2021. Lawsuits against Purdue and Sackler family members accuse them of fueling the opioid epidemic through deceptive marketing of its pain medication. They said in May that the bankruptcy settlement would provide "substantial resources for people and communities in need." The administration also has said Sackler family members withdrew $11 billion from Purdue before agreeing to contribute $6 billion to the opioid settlement.
Persons: OxyContin, Sackler, Department's, Joshua Silverstein, Silverstein, Joe Biden's, John Kruzel, Dietrich Knauth, Will Dunham Organizations: Purdue Pharma, WASHINGTON, U.S, Supreme, Purdue, U.S ., District of Columbia, University of Arkansas, Justice Department, Thomson Locations: Stamford , Connecticut, United States, U.S, Little, New York
Ron DeSantis took the stage in Jasper County in Iowa on Saturday, heralding his appearance as the culmination of his tour of the state’s 99 counties, and hoping to inject enthusiasm into his well-funded but struggling presidential campaign. The Florida governor, who is running well behind the front-runner, former President Donald J. Trump, said he was fulfilling his campaign’s promise to complete the “Full Grassley” — so named because the state’s long-serving senator, Chuck Grassley, visits every Iowa county each year — and positioned himself as the candidate of humility, willing to travel the state and meet voters, in contrast to Mr. Trump, who has largely eschewed the retail politics of the state. “That should show you that I consider myself a servant, not a ruler,” Mr. DeSantis said, speaking to a crowd of several hundred voters inside the Thunderdome, a spacious restaurant and entertainment venue in Newton, about 30 miles east of Des Moines. “You’re not any better than the people that you are elected by.”The DeSantis campaign, which hung signs around the venue proclaiming a “Full DeSantis,” pointed out that each of the past three Republican winners of a contested Iowa caucus — Senator Ted Cruz of Texas, former Senator Rick Santorum of Pennsylvania and Mike Huckabee, the former Arkansas governor — had also completed the 99-county circuit (though none of them ultimately won the Republican nomination).
Persons: Ron DeSantis, Donald J, Trump, Grassley ”, Chuck Grassley, ” Mr, DeSantis, “ You’re, , Ted Cruz, Rick Santorum, Mike Huckabee, Organizations: Republican Locations: Jasper County, Iowa, Florida, Newton, Des Moines, Ted Cruz of Texas, Arkansas
Iowa caucuses: Do they still matter?
  + stars: | 2023-12-02 | by ( Zachary Wolf | Analysis Zachary B. Wolf | )   time to read: +7 min
On the Democratic side, Barack Obama won the Iowa caucuses in 2008 and went on to win the White House. And Trump, although he’s the favorite in pre-caucus polling this year, lost the Iowa caucuses in 2016 to Cruz. Weren’t there some problems with the Iowa caucuses? This is the first time since 1972 that the Iowa caucuses will not be the first event on Democrats’ presidential nomination calendar. President Joe Biden, who placed fourth in the 2020 Iowa caucuses, pushed Democrats to change up the calendar.
Persons: Donald Trump’s, Trump, surrogates, They’re, Ron DeSantis, DeSantis, Grassley, Chuck Grassley, Nikki Haley, Chris Christie, Vivek Ramaswamy, Doug Burgum, Asa Hutchinson, Read, Pennsylvania Sen, Rick Santorum, Texas Sen, Ted Cruz, Mike Pence, there’s, George W, Bush, Barack Obama, Jimmy Carter, uncommitted, Republican Ronald Reagan, George H.W, George H.W . Bush, Reagan, Gerald Ford, Sen, Bob Dole, Mitt Romney, Santorum, Romney, Pete Buttigieg, Joe Biden, George McGovern, McGovern, Richard Nixon Organizations: CNN, Iowa Republicans, Florida Gov, Republican, Former South Carolina Gov, Trump, GOP, New, New Jersey Gov, North Dakota Gov, Arkansas Gov, Evangelical, Republicans, Hawkeye State, White, Democratic, Republican Party, Iowa Democrats, Iowa Democratic Party, Iowa, Democratic Party, South, House Locations: CT, Iowa, Florida, , Iowa’s, New Jersey, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Texas, George H.W ., Cruz, Weren’t, , New Hampshire, Rather, White, South Carolina, New Hampshire, Chicago
HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) — A small western Pennsylvania water authority was just one of multiple organizations breached in the United States by Iran-affiliated hackers who targeted a specific industrial control device because it is Israeli-made, U.S. and Israeli authorities say. The group targeted the Unitronics devices at least since Nov. 22, it said. The advisory notes that Unitronics devices ship with a default password, a practice experts discourage as it makes them more vulnerable to hacking. It says the hackers likely accessed affected devices by “exploiting cybersecurity weaknesses, including poor password security and exposure to the internet.”Experts say many water utilities have paid insufficient attention to cybersecurity. Americans must know their drinking water and other basic infrastructure is safe from “nation-state adversaries and terrorist organizations,” U.S. Sens.
Persons: Matthew Mottes, CISA, Unitronics —, John Fetterman, Bob Casey, Chris Deluzio, Av3ngers, Sergey Shykevich, Unitronics, Biden Organizations: FBI, Environmental Protection Agency, Infrastructure Security Agency, Directorate, Associated Press, Municipal Water Authority, Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps, , U.S . Justice Department, U.S . Rep Locations: HARRISBURG, Pa, Pennsylvania, United States, Iran, Israeli, Aliquippa, Israel, Gaza, U.S, Sens, Missouri , Arkansas, Iowa
Should Trump Believe the Polls?
  + stars: | 2023-12-01 | by ( Lauren Camera | )   time to read: +11 min
Former President Donald Trump is a polls guy. He’s currently languishing in fourth place, according to polls, behind Trump, Florida Gov. “In 2016, we experienced the phenomenon of the silent Trump voter, those who were secretly for Trump but feared being ostracized if they said so publicly,” he wrote. “A majority of the party is Maybe Trump,” Ayres says. A separate New Hampshire primary poll from Monmouth University and The Washington Post taken Nov. 9-14 shows similar results.
Persons: Donald Trump, Hillary Clinton, Trump, Bradley, , Tom Bradley, , Adam Geller, , MAGA, Chris Christie’s, Christie, ” Christie, Mitt Romney, Mike Huckabee, Newt Gingrich, Sen, Rick Santorum, Ben Carson, Texas Sen, Ted Cruz, hasn’t, He’s, Ron DeSantis, Nikki Haley, they’re, South Carolina Sen, Tim Scott, Vivek Ramaswamy, Mark McKinnon, George W, Bush, John McCain, he’d, Whit Ayres, ” Ayres, Joe Biden, Haley, Ramaswamy, Civiqs, DeSantis, Jamie Dimon, Ayres, Jesus Organizations: White, Los Angeles, GOP, Capitol, National Research Inc, Trump, New, New Jersey Gov, Granite State Republicans, Donald Trump View, Arkansas Gov, MAGA Republican, Trump , Florida Gov, South Carolina Gov, South Carolina, Republican, North Star Opinion Research, Republican Party, University of New Hampshire Survey Center, Monmouth University, The Washington, Koch Locations: California, , New Hampshire, New Jersey, Iowa, Trump, Texas, Trump , Florida, Georgia, Hampshire, Tuscaloosa , Alabama, Florida
(AP) — Trevon Brazile had 19 points and 11 rebounds, Khalif Battle scored 21 off the bench and Arkansas held on to beat No. But then Arkansas went on a quick 7-0 spurt in 59 seconds just before the under-12 media timeout in the second half, prompting a Duke timeout as the Razorbacks’ lead grew to eight. It was down to three with 18 seconds to go, but Arkansas went 4 of 6 at the free-throw line down the stretch to stave off a collapse. Battle scored 15 in the second half. HOT AND NOTArkansas shot 61% from the field in the second half, including 4 of 9 from 3-point range.
Persons: Trevon Brazile, Tramon Mark, Bud, It’s, Eric Musselman, Kyle Filipowski, you’ve, , Jon Scheyer, , you’re, Musselman, Mark, ” Musselman, Arkansas, Duke, Scheyer, Brazile's, Layden Blocker, Layden Blocker . Arkansas, Chandler Lawson, Bud Walton, Nolan Richardson, Scotty Thurman, ___ Organizations: Khalif, Arkansas, Razorbacks, Bud Walton Arena, Blue Devils, ACC, SEC, Devils, Duke, NCAA, NEXT Duke, Atlantic Coast Conference, Georgia Tech . Arkansas, Furman, AP Locations: FAYETTEVILLE, Ark, Bahamas, Arkansas, Layden Blocker .
Of the many strengths of “Southern/Modern,” a daring and revisionist show about the American South at the Georgia Museum of Art in Athens, the one that follows you out to your car is the alternate history of modern art it proposes. Southern art — or food or literature, for that matter — has long suffered a reputation of isolation. You would have to be born there,” says the tortured Quentin in William Faulkner’s “Absalom, Absalom!” Ninety years later, Southern exceptionalism is over (mostly), and the area’s artists and curators and chefs now go to great, overcorrective lengths to be global, to be modern. But the artists of Faulkner’s day — they were still responding to an ancient, haunted South. These 100 or so paintings and prints suggest an invigorating direction that was there all along: a pungent pairing of social history with artistic experiment during the first half of the 20th century.
Persons: , Quentin, William Faulkner’s “ Absalom, Absalom ! ”, Mason, Organizations: Georgia Museum of Art, Dixon, Museum of Modern Art Locations: Athens, Southern exceptionalism, Florida, Arkansas, Missouri, New York
The Aliquippa water authority's chairman, Matthew Mottes, said federal officials told him that hackers also breached four other utilities and an aquarium. The device breached in Pennsylvania was made by Israel-based Unitronics, according to the U.S. Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency. Known as a programmable logic controller, it is used across a wide spectrum of industries including water and sewage-treatment utilities, electric companies and oil and gas producers. Experts say many water utilities have paid insufficient attention to cybersecurity. In Pennsylvania, the hack prompted the water authority to temporarily halt pumping Saturday in a remote station that regulates water pressure for customers in two nearby towns.
Persons: John Fetterman, Bob Casey, Chris Deluzio, , ” Fetterman, Casey, Deluzio, General Merrick Garland, , , Israel ’, Matthew Mottes, We’ve, that’s, ” Mottes, Sergey Shykevich, Unitronics, Crews, Biden Organizations: U.S . Justice Department, U.S . Rep, Municipal Water Authority, Twitter, U.S, Cybersecurity, Infrastructure Security Agency, Environmental Protection Agency Locations: HARRISBURG, Pa, Pittsburgh, Sens, Pennsylvania, United States, Israel, Aliquippa , Pennsylvania, Iran, hacktivism, Gaza, U.S, Missouri , Arkansas, Iowa
CNN —A judge dismissed a lawsuit filed by the state of Indiana against TikTok accusing the company of making false claims about the safety of user data and age-appropriate content. Judge Jennifer DeGroote of Allen County Superior Court in Fort Wayne, Indiana, said the court “lacks personal jurisdiction” over TikTok and that downloading an app at no cost does not constitute a “consumer transaction” under the Indiana Deceptive Consumer Sales Act, according to court documents. Similar lawsuits now remain active in other states including Arkansas and Utah. The lawsuit alleged TikTok attracts young people to its platform under the pretense that it’s safe yet still exposes them to inappropriate content including drug and alcohol use, nudity and profanity. Indiana was also one of the first states that ordered TikTok to be banned on government-issued devices, citing the threat of “gaining access to critical U.S. information and infrastructure.”- CNN’s Clare Duffy contributed to this report
Persons: CNN —, TikTok, Jennifer DeGroote, Todd Rokita, , Rokita, ” TikTok, , Frances Haugen, CNN’s Clare Duffy Organizations: CNN, Superior Court, Associated Press, Indiana, TikTok, Big Tech, Communist Party, Instagram Locations: Indiana, Allen, Fort Wayne , Indiana, Arkansas, Utah
Ron DeSantis, who is behind in Iowa, has received major endorsements in the state. Ron DeSantis has bet his political future on Iowa. The positive news came on the heels of Iowa Gov. ("Ron DeSantis and Nikki Haley have partisans. No recent nominee has failed to win Iowa, New Hampshire, South Carolina, or Nevada.
Persons: Ron DeSantis, Kim Reynolds, Bob Vander Plaats, , Donald Trump's, DeSantis, Reynolds, Grassley, Trump, Nikki Haley, Donald Trump, Scott Olson, trashing Reynolds, Grant Wood, Ben Jacobs, Texas Sen, Ted Cruz, Pennsylvania Sen, Rick Santorum, Mike Huckabee, Sen, Bernie Sanders, Barack Obama, Ron Brownstein, Cruz, Santorum, Huckabee, what's, Ricky Bobby, it's Organizations: Florida Gov, Iowa Gov, Trump, GOP, Service, Republican, CBS, Iowa State University, Iowa GOP, DeSantis, Getty, rockstar, Arkansas Gov, Iowa Republicans, Iowa, Hawkeye State Locations: Florida, Iowa, VFW, Texas, Pennsylvania, North Dakota, New Hampshire, South Carolina, Nevada, Hawkeye
They alleged the app contains “salacious and inappropriate content” despite the company claiming it is safe for children 13 years and under. In the second complaint, the state argued that the app deceives consumers into believing their sensitive and personal information is secure. Judge Jennifer L. DeGroote of the Allen County Superior Court in Fort Wayne made the ruling. A federal judge later rejected TikTok’s request to move the lawsuit to federal court but also described the attorney general's lawsuit as largely “ political posturing ” in a ruling. Indiana is among several states and the federal government that have ordered the TikTok app deleted from government-issued devices.
Persons: TikTok, Jennifer L, Todd Rokita, DeGroote, general's, Craig Bobay, Meta Organizations: INDIANAPOLIS, Superior Court, TikTok, Big Tech, Associated Press, Republican, Meta, ByteDance, Indiana, Facebook, Inc Locations: An Indiana, Allen, Fort Wayne, Arkansas, Utah, Indiana, California, Singapore, Montana, U.S
CNN —A 48-hour extension to the Israel-Hamas truce will not pause the strategic dilemmas and political headaches wracking the Biden administration over the war. That could cause more civilian casualties, like earlier in the war, which included bombing of civilian areas and sieges over Gaza hospitals. The dangers for US personnel were underscored when American officials said Sunday that two ballistic missiles were fired from Houthi rebel-controlled Yemen toward a US warship in the Gulf of Aden. The missing AmericansUS officials watched Hamas’ release of another 11 hostages on Monday – the final day of the original truce deal – especially carefully. The likelihood therefore is that he’ll face a similar or even more intense political headache when the war begins again.
Persons: wracking, Biden, Abigail Edan, , John Kirby, CNN’s Wolf Blitzer, ” Yehuda Beinin –, Liat Beinin, , Aviv Atzili, , CNN’s Erin Burnett, Washington, ” Kirby, Rachel Goldberg’s, Hersh, Jake Tapper, ” Goldberg, we’re, Benjamin Netanyahu, GOP Sen, Tom Cotton, Antony Blinken, Netanyahu, Israel’s, Mason, Mark Esper, Trump, ” Esper Organizations: CNN, Hamas, Democratic Party, Israel, Sunday, National Security, America, Islamic, Nova Music, GOP, Fox, West Bank, Muslim American, Washington Post, Pentagon Locations: Israel, Gaza, Ukraine, Yemen, Gulf, Aden, Washington, Arkansas, Dubai, Iran, Iraq, Syria
In Texas, 18 of the 25 Republican U.S. representatives have voted against Ukraine aid. In Arizona, three of six Republican representatives voted against aid while $2.196 billion poured into the state. The conservative Defending Democracy Together group's "Republicans for Ukraine" campaign has been tracking Republican rhetoric and voting patterns on Ukraine aid legislation. It gave "poor" or "very poor" grades to two of Wisconsin's six Republican representatives, to one of Arkansas' four Republican representatives and to three of Pennsylvania's eight Republican representatives. Yet Johnson voted against Ukraine aid repeatedly before he became speaker last month.
Persons: Joe Biden, Evelyn Hockstein, Biden, Volodymyr Zelenskiy's, Mike Johnson, Johnson, Mike Stone, Chris Sanders, Matthew Lewis Organizations: White, REUTERS, Rights, Capitol Hill, Kyiv, Keystone State, Reuters, Republican U.S, Patriot, Raytheon, Texas ., Capitol, Republicans, Democrats, Ukraine, Companies, Biden, group's, Thomson Locations: Ukraine, Washington , U.S, Pennsylvania, In Texas, Texas, Arizona, Israel, U.S, Ohio, Texas . Pennsylvania, Congress, Arizona , Pennsylvania, Arkansas, Wisconsin, Washington
In Texas, 18 of the 25 Republican U.S. representatives have voted against Ukraine aid. In Arizona, three of six Republican representatives voted against aid while $2.196 billion poured into the state. The conservative Defending Democracy Together group's "Republicans for Ukraine" campaign has been tracking Republican rhetoric and voting patterns on Ukraine aid legislation. It gave "poor" or "very poor" grades to two of Wisconsin's six Republican representatives, to one of Arkansas' four Republican representatives and to three of Pennsylvania's eight Republican representatives. Yet Johnson voted against Ukraine aid repeatedly before he became speaker last month.
Persons: Mike Stone WASHINGTON, Biden, Joe Biden, Volodymyr Zelenskiy's, Mike Johnson, Johnson, Mike Stone, Chris Sanders, Matthew Lewis Organizations: Capitol Hill, Kyiv, Keystone State, Reuters, Republican U.S, Patriot, Raytheon, Texas ., Capitol, Republicans, Democrats, Ukraine, Companies, Biden, group's Locations: Ukraine, Pennsylvania, In Texas, Texas, Arizona, Israel, U.S, Ohio, Texas . Pennsylvania, Congress, Arizona , Pennsylvania, Arkansas, Wisconsin, Washington
Purdue is back atop The Associated Press Top 25 men's college basketball poll, right where it spent so much of last season. 15 after getting walloped by Colorado State in the Hall of Fame Classic championship game. IN AND OUTVillanova, BYU and Colorado State not only entered the poll but jumped right into the top 20. ON THE DOORSTEPMemphis, San Diego State, Colorado, Ohio State and TCU received the most votes among those outside the poll. ___Get poll alerts and updates on AP Top 25 basketball throughout the season.
Persons: Matt Painter, , Marquette, Allen, Houston, Duke, “ I've, Rick Barnes, “ I’ve, ” Gonzaga, Creighton, James Madison, Bryant, Butler, ___ Organizations: Purdue, Press, Boilermakers, Maui Invitational, Gonzaga, Marquette —, ” Purdue, Marquette, Tennessee, UConn, Huskies, Allen Fieldhouse, Miami, Baylor, ” Volunteers, Florida Atlantic, ESPN, Aggies, Colorado State, of Fame, Villanova, BYU, Rams, Mississippi State, FAU, Owls, Virginia Tech, Loyola Chicago, Hall of Fame, Mobile Center, Baylor Scheierman, Wildcats, Cougars, USC, Memphis, San Diego State , Colorado , Ohio State, TCU, Princeton, Tigers, CONFERENCE, SEC, Big Locations: Gonzaga , Tennessee, Kansas, Maui, Arizona, Tennessee, Kentucky, Florida, Texas, North Carolina, James Madison , Alabama , Illinois, Oklahoma, Kissimmee , Florida, Kansas City , Missouri, Illinois, Colorado , Michigan State , Arkansas, Virginia, San Diego State , Colorado ,
In seeking to extend the pause and hostage releases, Mr. Biden has American interests to consider as well as those of Israel. Mr. Biden hopes an extension of the pause in exchange for the release of more hostages will result in the rest of the Americans being freed. “We’ll continue to remain personally engaged to see that this deal is fully implemented and work to extend the deal as well,” Mr. Biden told reporters. The release of Avigail gave Mr. Biden a small but emotionally powerful victory amid all the tumult in the region. “She’s been through a terrible trauma,” Mr. Biden said.
Persons: Biden, Idan, Mr, Benjamin Netanyahu, Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad, “ He’s, ” Jake Sullivan, Abigail, “ We’ll, Netanyahu, , , Sullivan, Israel, ” Mr, Biden’s, Chris Christie, Christie, can’t, Tom Cotton, Cotton, Avigail, “ She’s, God she’s Organizations: Sunday, Hamas, Israel, , NBC, Mr, , CNN, Republicans, Republican, “ Fox, European Union Locations: Israel, Gaza, Nantucket, Massachusetts, Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al, Thani, Qatar, United States, “ State, New Jersey, Arkansas
It also is one of the most substantial exceptions to the Posse Comitatus Act, which generally prohibits using the military for law enforcement purposes. Trump has spoken openly about his plans should he win the presidency, including using the military at the border and in cities struggling with violent crime. His plans also have included using the military against foreign drug cartels, a view echoed by other Republican primary candidates such as Florida Gov. The threats have raised questions about the meaning of military oaths, presidential power and who Trump could appoint to support his approach. William Banks, a Syracuse University law professor and expert in national security law, said a military officer is not forced to follow “unlawful orders."
Persons: Donald Trump, , I’m, , ” Trump, Trump, don’t, Joseph Nunn, Brennan, “ There’s, Nunn, Ron DeSantis, Nikki Haley, Michael Flynn, Flynn, Charles Q, Brown, Joe Biden's, Lyndon Johnson, Dr, Martin Luther King Jr, Johnson, John F, Kennedy, Dwight Eisenhower, Eisenhower, George H.W, Bush, Rodney King, Michael O’Hanlon, O’Hanlon, Pat Ryan, Ryan, William Banks, Banks, ” Nunn, Jill Colvin, Michelle L, Price, Linley Sanders Organizations: WASHINGTON, New, Brennan Center for Justice, Florida Gov, South, Army, FBI, Trump, Pentagon, Joint Chiefs, Staff, U.S . Capitol, AP, Republican, Washington, Civil, 101st Airborne, Central High School, National Guard, Brookings Institution, Democratic, U.S . Military Academy, Syracuse University, Associated Press Locations: Iowa, New York City, Chicago, Florida, South Carolina, U.S, Baltimore , Chicago, Rock , Arkansas, Los Angeles, New York, West, Washington
What Biden is asking forBiden's emergency request to Congress included aid for Ukraine, Israel and other U.S. allies, along with $14 billion to bolster the immigration system and border security. “It is unanimous that our broken immigration system is in dire need of reform,” Mayorkas said. Republicans have made clear that will not be addressed in this package, which they want to be more narrowly focused on border security measures. Republicans argue that Ukraine aid could be a tough sell to some of their voters, and the border policy is the compromise. It’s border security for Ukraine aid.”So far, leaders in both parties have encouraged the talks.
Persons: Joe Biden, Arizona Sen, Kyrsten, , Pramila, Biden, Donald Trump, Alejandro Mayorkas, ” Mayorkas, Illinois Sen, Dick Durbin, What's, Barack Obama, Democratic Sen, Chris Murphy of, ” Murphy, Arkansas Sen, Tom Cotton Organizations: WASHINGTON, , Republicans, House Democrats, Republican, Democratic, Congressional Progressive Caucus, Infrastructure, Homeland, U.S, Democrats, Trump, House Locations: Ukraine, U.S, Mexico, United States, Arizona, Washington, Venezuela, Israel, Russia, Illinois, Chris Murphy of Connecticut, Arkansas
The Indiana Hoosiers will not bring back coach Tom Allen next year for an eighth season, two people familiar with the decision told The Associated Press on Sunday. The people spoke to the AP on condition of anonymity because the school did not announce the decision. Indiana finished 6-2 in 2020, the pandemic-shortened season when stadiums were empty, and Allen was named Big Ten and AFCA national coach of the year. He received a pay increase in the amended deal following the 2020 season, which put this year's buyout at nearly $21 million. ___Get alerts on the latest AP Top 25 poll throughout the season.
Persons: Tom Allen, Allen, Kevin Wilson's Organizations: Indiana Hoosiers, Associated Press, Hoosiers, Big, Indiana, AFCA, Big Ten, Foster, AP Locations: Indiana, Utah, New Castle , Indiana, Florida, Wabash, Lambuth, Drake , Arkansas State , Mississippi, South Florida
Nikki Haley of South Carolina, Chris Christie of New Jersey, and Asa Hutchinson of Arkansas; and entrepreneur Vivek Ramaswamy. Former South Carolina Gov. If Christie is to generate momentum headed into the South Carolina primary, he must do well in New Hampshire. But South Carolina is also Haley's home and the state where she served as governor from 2011 to 2017. In 2020, South Carolina propelled Biden to the Democratic nomination and the presidency, and he's looking for another robust showing in the state.
Persons: Trump, Nikki Haley, , Donald Trump, Ron DeSantis, Doug Burgum, Chris Christie, Asa Hutchinson of, Vivek Ramaswamy, Mike Pence, Sen, Tim Scott of, Miami Mayor Francis Suarez, Will Hurd, Larry Elder, Joe Biden, DeSantis, Kim Reynolds, Haley, Ramaswamy, Christie, Michael Dwyer, it's, he's, Henry McMaster, Lindsey Graham, Scott, Haley overperforms, Biden, Dean Phillips, Marianne Williamson Organizations: Republicans, Service, Republican, Miami Mayor, Democratic, GOP, Iowa, AP, Trump, Democratic National Committee, Hawkeye State Democrats, Nevada Republicans, Granite State . Former South Carolina Gov, South, Carolina, The South, Gov, South Carolina, Rep, Dean Phillips of Minnesota Locations: Iowa, Iowa , New Hampshire, South Carolina, Florida, North Dakota, New Jersey, Asa Hutchinson of Arkansas, Tim Scott of South Carolina, Will Hurd of Texas, South Carolina . Iowa, Nevada, Hampshire, England, Granite, New Hampshire, The, The South Carolina, But South Carolina
They serve on the board of Groundwater Management District 3, which since 1996 has overseen the pumping of 16.2 trillion gallons of groundwater — enough to fill Lake Mead, the country’s largest reservoir, twice over. From Maryland to Hawaii groundwater levels are falling, often the result of overpumping and underregulation, made worse by climate change. Groundwater Levels at Goldstrike Mine Observation wells at Goldstrike show a pattern of immense groundwater withdrawals. “And money talks.”Kansas City Groundwater Management District 3 KANSAS Wichita KANSAS Groundwater Management District 3 Kansas City Groundwater Management District 3 KANSAS WichitaGrowing corn in the Kansas drylandsIn Kansas, the power of the men who run Groundwater Management District 3 is enormous. Groups like Groundwater Management District 3 have until 2026 to come up with plans to sustain groundwater.
Persons: Lake Mead, , Catherine Hospital —, we’re, , Lindsay Vaughn, David Robert Elliott, Joe Newland, Nevada Adam Sullivan, Christina Erling, Erling, Adam Sullivan, Emily Najera, Kim Raff, Julie Pazina, ” Barrick, Michael McCarthy, Barrick, ” Mr, McCarthy, Michael H, Taylor, Patrick Donnelly, don’t, Helena Billings, it’s, Galt, Wylie Galt, Bill Galt, Dutton, Wylie, Errol Galt, Galt’s, Matthew Hamon, The New York Times Eugene Graf, Montana homebuilders, The New York Times Montana, Brad Dundas, Dundas, Mr, John Tubbs, Tubbs, The New York Times Errol Galt, Eugene Graf, Graf, Guy Alsentzer, , Lucas Bessire, Vaughn, Newland, Mark Rude, Kan, The New York Times Mark Rude, Ms, Lall, Ali Zaidi, Biden, Jared Huffman, Huffman Organizations: Groundwater Management, Walmart, State, The New York Times, Kansas Farm Bureau, New York Times, NEVADA Carson City Las, Barrick, Carson City Las, NEVADA Carson City, North, Barrick Gold Corporation, Nevada Gold Mines, Nevada, of Water, University of Nevada, Center for Biological Diversity, Republican, Representatives, The Times, Galt, state’s Department of Natural Resources, The New York, Montana Fish, Montana Building Industry Association, KANSAS, KANSAS Wichita KANSAS Groundwater Management, KANSAS Wichita, Kansas drylands, Management, Kansas City Topeka, Kansas City, Topeka Wichita, Survey, University of Oklahoma, Groundwater, Kansas, Columbia Water Center, Columbia University, Natural Resources Defense Council, Marin Municipal Water District, Fisheries Locations: United States, Garden City, Kan, America, Lake, Kansas, Maryland, Hawaii, Barrick, NEVADA Carson, Carson, Nevada, Canada, Goldstrike, North America, Barrick’s, ” MONTANA, Helena, Bozeman MONTANA, Helena Billings Bozeman, Montana, Galt, , Broadwater County, Elk, Confederate, Sulphur Springs, Mont, Upper Missouri, Townsend, ” Kansas, Groundwater Management District, KANSAS Wichita KANSAS, KANSAS Wichita KANSAS Groundwater Management District, KANSAS, Kansas drylands In Kansas, District, Wichita, Kansas City Topeka, Management District, Topeka, Kansas City, Arkansas, Washington, California, Marin
14 North Carolina 83-81 on Thursday in the semifinals of the Battle 4 Atlantis. North Carolina (4-1) will play for third place. North Carolina took it to midcourt before calling a timeout with 3.3 seconds left. Davis led North Carolina with 23 points. Harrison Ingram added 20 points before fouling out at the offensive end with 3:44 left in regulation.
Persons: — Justin Moore, Eric Dixon, Cormac Ryan, Elliot Cadeau, Moore dribbled, Dixon, RJ Davis inbounded, Moore, Mark Armstrong, Davis, Harrison Ingram, Ryan, Armando Bacot, ___ Organizations: Villanova, North Carolina, Atlantis, UNC, AP Locations: NASSAU, Bahamas, Arkansas, Memphis, Carolina, North Carolina, .
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