East Carolina, Green Bay, Northern Colorado, Southern Utah and Wright State have dropped men’s and women’s tennis over the last three months. In Arkansas, UAPB suspended men’s and women’s tennis for the year. Appalachian State cut men’s tennis, while Akron eliminated women’s tennis. Connecticut won't have a men’s tennis team after 2020-21. … [Read more...] about As schools ponder cutting sports, tennis proves vulnerable
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The meeting included the top political and law-enforcement leadership of the Obama administration — President Obama, Vice President Biden, National Security Adviser Susan Rice, Deputy Attorney General Sally Yates, and FBI Director James Comey — notwithstanding the insistence of Obama apologists that the administration did not permit law enforcement to be influenced by politics. (I would counter that mixing the two was the administration’s M-O). … [Read more...] about Andrew McCarthy: Michael Flynn FBI notes — What do they tell us about Obama team and the case?
“They’ve been very diligent about taking care of themselves, both in the weight room and on the court, and treatment. So I’ve been very impressed with all of their conditioning," Blazers coach Terry Stotts said. “They’re not an NBA game shape yet, but I think with a month to go, with the practices that we’re going to have, and the way they’ve taken care of themselves so far, I don’t think it’s a stretch that they’ll be more than ready.” … [Read more...] about Damian Lillard emerges from shutdown ready for playoff push
— China reported four new cases, three from outside the country and one transmitted locally in Beijing, the National Health Commission reported. Another 106 people were in isolation as suspected cases or for testing positive for the virus without showing symptoms. China has recorded 4,634 deaths among 83,557 cases since the virus was detected in the central city of Wuhan late last year. … [Read more...] about Asia Today: Australian state’s cases spike, borders to shut
In Tulsa, Trump did little more than play the usual hits. He made fun of former Vice President Joe Biden, his presumptive 2020 Democratic presidential rival, for doddering and forgetting things. He cracked a joke about asking his “people” to “slow” down coronavirus testing, so it would keep the official count of cases artificially lower. He lashed out at anti-Trump activists and his antifa and “anarchist” nemeses. He defended the placement of the “beautiful” monuments to Confederate figures that protesters have been tearing down. He repeatedly inspired his crowd of fans to the standard booing fits at the assembled press. He talked about how there should be a law that if you desecrate the American flag, you go to prison for a year. … [Read more...] about Trump’s Big Campaign Revival Speech Turns Into a Story About a Ramp and His Fear of ‘Falling on My Ass’