• Spurs, Alize Johnson Agree To One-Year Deal

    4:13pm: Johnson’s contract will be a non-guaranteed camp deal, according to Jeff McDonald of The San Antonio Express-News (Twitter link). 3:49pm: The Spurs have reached an agreement on a one-year contract with forward/center Alize Johnson, agent George Langberg tells Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN (Twitter link). Wojnarowski says the deal is worth $2MM, which suggests it’s […]

  • The World Health Organization steps up assistance to flood-ravaged Yemen

    In addition to health and laboratory supplies, it has supported specialized trauma teams and joined field missions along with national health authorities and other humanitarian partners. “The risk of water- and vector-borne diseases, including malaria, cholera and other communicable diseases is unfolding,” warned Adham Rashad, WHO Representative to Yemen. Evolving trauma Triggered by the heavy seasonal […]

  • Blackhawks Agree To Terms With Stanley Cup Champion Jack Johnson

    After winning the Stanley Cup with the Colorado Avalanche last year, 35-year-old defenseman Jack Johnson is bringing his veteran pedigree to Chicago.

  • Robbins, Ill. one step closer to tackling flooding problems

    The village of Robbins sits on the Midlothian Creek flood-plain, and often becomes inundated during heavy rains. But on Friday, the "Metropolitan Water Reclamation District of Greater Chicago" broke ground on a major project that hopes to address that.

  • Broncos WR Brandon Johnson stepping up after Tim Patrick injury

    “Brandon [Johnson] has done a really good job,” #Broncos coach Nathaniel Hackett said. “It’s not too big for him, that’s for sure.”

  • Memes flood the internet as Nitish Kumar resigns as Bihar CM

    Nitish Kumar tendered his resignation to Governor Phagu Chauhan, after a meeting of MPs and MLAs of his JD(U) where ally BJP was accused of backstabbing Patna: Nitish Kumar on Tuesday resigned as NDA’s Chief Minister to stake claim to form a new government after being declared, unanimously, the leader of the Opposition grand alliance. […]

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    After Kentucky's deadly floods, neighbors are stepping in to help one another

    In eastern Kentucky, government assistance and recovery efforts following deadly flash floods have been uneven. People have started to band together to help each other.

  • Johnson steps on political land mine with Social Security, Medicare comments

    (The Hill) – Sen. Ron Johnson (R-Wis.), a stalwart Senate ally of former President Trump, is facing fresh uncertainty in his race for reelection after telling a podcast last week that Social Security and Medicare should be classified as discretionary spending, with Congress authorized to set their budgets every year. Johnson had been cruising to []

  • Johnson steps on political land mine with Social Security, Medicare comments

    (The Hill) – Sen. Ron Johnson (R-Wis.), a stalwart Senate ally of former President Trump, is facing fresh uncertainty in his race for reelection after telling a podcast last week that Social Security and Medicare should be classified as discretionary spending, with Congress authorized to set their budgets every year. Johnson had been cruising to []

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    Johnson steps on political land mine with Social Security, Medicare comments

    (The Hill) – Sen. Ron Johnson (R-Wis.), a stalwart Senate ally of former President Trump, is facing fresh uncertainty in his race for reelection after telling a podcast last week that Social Security and Medicare should be classified as discretionary spending, with Congress authorized to set their budgets every year. Johnson had been cruising to []

  • Johnson steps on political land mine with Social Security, Medicare comments

    (The Hill) – Sen. Ron Johnson (R-Wis.), a stalwart Senate ally of former President Trump, is facing fresh uncertainty in his race for reelection after telling a podcast last week that Social Security and Medicare should be classified as discretionary spending, with Congress authorized to set their budgets every year.

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    Johnson steps on political land mine with Social Security, Medicare comments

    (The Hill) – Sen. Ron Johnson (R-Wis.), a stalwart Senate ally of former President Trump, is facing fresh uncertainty in his race for reelection after telling a podcast last week that Social Security and Medicare should be classified as discretionary spending, with Congress authorized to set their budgets every year. Johnson had been cruising to []