How fair are criticisms of Biden’s response to Roe’s repeal?

“The 360” shows you different perspectives on the day’s top stories and debates. What’s happening In the weeks following the Supreme Court’s ruling that overturned Roe v. Wade and ended constitutional protections for abortion, the White House has come under strong criticism from many Democrats for what they see as a tepid response from President … Read more

Murdaugh trial judge allows the jury to visit the scene of the double murders

The jurors in the double murder trial of Alex Murdaugh will be allowed to walk through the crime scene where the former South Carolina lawyer’s wife and younger son were killed, a judge ruled Monday, siding with the defense team’s request to help them better visualize the testimony. Defense attorney Richard “Dick” Harpootlian said he … Read more

Pickups to consider for Week 19

Week 19 of the fantasy basketball season is upon us, and, like every Monday, I’ll break down several players who are less than 50% rostered in Yahoo fantasy basketball leagues. Remember, the fantasy trade deadline for most leagues ends this Thursday, with the fantasy playoffs starting as early as next week, so now’s the time … Read more

Arizona Republicans disavow wide-ranging bribery allegation

PHOENIX (AP) — Arizona’s Republican-controlled Legislature has for years entertained a host of unsupported theories about fraudsters manipulating election results since Donald Trump’s loss in 2020. But lawmakers reached a limit for what they will tolerate last week, when a daylong hearing about elections ended with a presentation accusing a wide range of politicians, judges … Read more

Reuters reporters’ online accounts faked to approach China activists

By James Pomfret HONG KONG (Reuters) – Two Reuters journalists had their identities faked by an unknown person or people who then used sham social media accounts to engage with Chinese activists on several online platforms over several months. The false representations of the two journalists, Shanghai bureau chief Brenda Goh and Hong Kong-based correspondent … Read more

NCAA Tournament Bracket Projections, 68 Team Predictions, Bubble Teams February 27

NCAA Tournament bracket projections and predictions for where the 68 teams will be. Who’s likely to be in, and who’s on the bubble? NCAA Tournament Bracket Projections – Contact/Follow @ColFootballNews & @PeteFiutak – CFN 1-68 Rankings, February 27 NCAA Tournament Bubble: Projected First Four Out Wisconsin (Big Ten)Oklahoma State (Big 12)Clemson (ACC)Utah State (Mountain West) … Read more

Antoine Davis is on the verge of breaking Pete Maravich’s NCAA career scoring record

Antoine Davis of the Detroit Mercy Titans is just 63 points shy of equaling Pete Maravich’s all-time NCAA scoring record. (Photo by Mitchell Layton/Getty Images) Jaeson Maravich was working out at a gym about a week ago when he found out that one of his dad’s most unassailable records was in jeopardy. A friend mentioned … Read more

How Bradley Beal is resurrecting his 3-point shot

How Beal is resurrecting his 3-point shot originally appeared on NBC Sports Washington WASHINGTON — Earlier this month, Celtics star Jayson Tatum set an NBA record by becoming the youngest player to make 1,000 career threes. The guy he surpassed, ironically, was his childhood friend, Bradley Beal. That piece of news was a reminder that … Read more

‘The worst version’ of COVID is spreading. Can we update our vaccines in time?

For the last 18 months, the original COVID-19 vaccines — first as a two-dose series, then as boosters — have done an extraordinary job shielding us from illness, hospitalization and death. Globally, they saved nearly 20 million lives in 2021 alone. Even today, unvaccinated Americans are twice as likely as vaccinated Americans to test positive … Read more

Why hasn’t the US been able to contain monkeypox?

“The 360” shows you different perspectives on the day’s top stories and debates. What’s happening As cases of monkeypox continue to rise in the United States, public health experts are beginning to question whether it’s too late to prevent the infectious disease — which has been endemic in parts of Africa for decades — from … Read more