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Zion Williamson injury: Let the decision to return to college basketball if he's able be Zion's to make

One of the most irksome things about American sports culture ... show named Williamson into the must-see Duke attraction that is ZION. He knows it. He also knows, if healthy, he'll only have this chan... read more

Austin College Law Symposium welcomes Texas Court of Criminal Appeals to Sherman

Not all of the students who attended the court’s session came from Austin College ... Ferguson said he might have been able to offer his students a chance to see the court in action, but it would have ... read more

How has the 'crack cocaine of gambling' affected Illinois? The state hasn’t bothered to check.

Video gambling revenue reached $1.2 billion in 2017, yet the industry is required ... ll see people robotically feeding bill after bill into flashing, ringing games. “To me, it must have been ... read more

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Standardized injury reports face hurdles as college football adapts to new sports gambling laws

But with the Supreme Court decision in May 2018, the lack of mandatory injury reports in college athletics ... one other states have legislation pending, according to the American Gaming Association. read more

Laura Ingraham: Victimhood U -- Our kids deserve better than that what they're being fed on college campuses

As we see polls ... and administrators have founded their own type of religion whose adherents are required to embrace manufactured anger and complete oppression. Now consider the case of a small scho... read more

Scores Show 850,000 High School Juniors Are Ready for College. Starting Early Could Save Them Time — and Money. New Report Asks: Why Make Them Wait?

25 percent of 11th-graders are academically ready for college. Should they enroll? State schools have wildly different ... bringing American education into sharper focus through new research and data. ... read more

Chinese Manufacturing: A Crash Course In Quality Control

When my co-founders and I graduated from college, the Great Recession was in full swing. Jobs were scarce. Local opportunities for entrepreneurship required money we didn’t have. So ... The plan came ... read more

Russia Isn’t A Failed State: It Doesn’t Have A State At All – OpEd

(See my “Russia as a Failed State,” Baltic Defense College 2(2004 ... The financial leader’s comments come in response to the confused and even counterproductive Russian treatment of Michael Calvey,th... read more

HIGH PROFILE: Dr. Ronda Shirletta Henry-Tillman's ministry as a breast cancer surgeon is to help others

As a teenager growing up in Blytheville, Dr. Ronda Henry-Tillman would wait with her five sisters and brother on a street corner at 5 a.m. to see if they ... "As an African American female you are alw... read more

Japan’s Akihito seen as devoted to duties, open to new ideas

When a palace driver came to pick them up afterward ... it is his responsibility to pray for all the war dead, from civilians to American and British soldiers. The Emperor must have thought that he ha... read more

Full Q&A: AT&T CEO Randall Stephenson on Recode Media

“In a typical acquisition, we come in, we have processes ... And that’s a big shift. Because most Americans have either one choice, maybe two choices of broadband providers. And you’re saying we’re go... read more

College football trades we'd make if we could

The NBA trade deadline came and went with its usual theatrics. We waited with bated breath to see who would ... Bryant with All-American running back Jonathan Taylor, and Wisconsin shoots to the top o... read more

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