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Creighton's men's basketball head coach suspended after 'plantation' comment
Creighton University has suspended its men's basketball head coach Greg McDermott, who apologized earlier this week for making what he said was a "terribly inappropriate analogy" about a plantation when talking to his team following a loss on Saturday.
The countries making dubious claims over Covid-19 -- and what that means for the world
For the past year, countries around the world have shared data on Covid-19 cases and deaths with the World Health Organization (WHO) -- information that is crucial in informing the global fight against the disease.
Opinion: The most important exception the Senate can make
Senators who vehemently defend the Senate's 60-vote threshold for legislation are nonetheless about to accept a simple majority of 51 votes when they decide on the Covid-19 relief bill currently being debated. That paradox is made possible through an exception to the filibuster for fiscal measures known as "reconciliation."
Analysis: With no successor in sight, Xi Jinping heads to major Party meeting with more power than ever
In March 2020, the annual meeting of China's national legislature in Beijing was delayed for the first time in decades, as Chinese President Xi Jinping attempted to gain control over what would fast become a global pandemic.
Tiger Woods told police after crash that he didn't remember driving
When Tiger Woods crashed his car in Southern California last week, he told sheriff's deputies that he had no recollection of driving or how the accident happened, according to a Los Angeles County affidavit for a search warrant of the vehicle's black box.
Republicans aren't interested in bipartisanship and Democrats won't spend much time trying to make that happen. Still, there could be some exceptions.
Here's what we've learned about Washington and US policymaking since President Joe Biden took office, paraphrasing from CNN's political director David Chalian:
Burnett: Sen. Johnson is trying this as simplistic circus stunt
CNN's Erin Burnett says Sen. Ron Johnson (R-WI) is not trying to improve the Covid-19 relief bill or change any senators minds by having the over 600 page bill read on the floor, but rather pulling a "simplistic circus stunt."