SportsPulse: Need a refresher on where we left off with the NBA before play was halted? Mackenzie Salmon hits the rewind button and gets us up to speed.
The first two days of the NBA’s restarted season tipped off Thursday and Friday, with two overtime thrillers highlighting the second night of action.
What did Day 3 have in store for NBA fans? There were five games on tap, and Miami defeated short-handed Denver 125-105 in the first game of the day. The Nuggets played without three s…
New York governor says schools can reopen for in-person classes – NBC News
Gov. Andrew Cuomo says New York schools can reopen in September, but New York City’s might not be among them.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo gave New York schools the green light Friday to reopen classrooms in the fall.
Cuomos announcement ended weeks of speculation about whether New York would follow others in delaying in-person education — and as the number of new coronavirus cases continued to tick down in a state that was once the nation”s pandemic hot spot.
We are probably in the best situation in the country right now,” Cuomo said on a call with reporters. “If anybody can open schools, we can open schools …
For the first time, a woman in the U.S. gets a second face transplant – NBC News
Carmen Blandin Tarleton, whose face was disfigured in an attack by her ex-husband, became the first American and only the second person globally to undergo a second face transplant.
For the second time in a decade, a New Hampshire woman has a new face.
Carmen Blandin Tarleton, whose face was disfigured in an attack by her ex-husband, became the first American and only the second person globally to undergo the procedure after her first transplant began to fail six years after the operation. The transplant from an anonymous donor took place at Boston’s Brigham and Womens Hospital in July.
The 52-year-old former nurse is expected to resume her normal routine, which all but e…
House can sue to force former White House counsel Donald McGahn to comply with subpoena – The Washington Post
House Democrats also can go to court to challenge President Trump’s border wall spending, a federal appeals court ruled.
The effective functioning of the Legislative Branch critically depends on the legislative prerogative to obtain information, and constitutional structure and historical practice support judicial enforcement of congressional subpoenas when necessary, Judge Judith W. Rogers wrote for the majority.
The decision is a legal victory for House Democrats, but the ruling does not mean that McGahn will immediately appear on Capitol Hill. The court sent the case back to the initial three-judge panel, whic…
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