Michigan failed to cover as a 17-point favorite in what one sportsbook director called “one of the larger college (football) decisions I can remember.”
Gov. DeSantis had initially issued the emergency order for two dozen counties, but expanded the warning to the entire state, urging residents to prepare for a storm that could lash large swaths of Florida.
Readers deserve to know.
Don’t we have better things to worry about?
Arrests this year at the U.S.-Mexico border top 2 million for the first time in history.
Superintendent Jesus Jara is fast becoming the most effective spokesman for the effort to break-up the Clark County School District.
There’s a contingent of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI) advocates who demand that every economic sector, sport and hobby mirror the U.S. census.
New education funding disproportionately harmed many of Nevada’s minority students.
The Left became unhinged when red-state governors decided to spread welcoming chores among affluent blue-state communities.
The hospitality industry is reeling from COVID. Yes. Reeling it in.