Federal Judge Aleta A. Trauger today issued a preliminary injunction against Tennessee related to its ban on recognizing same-sex marriages performed legally in other states, known as "anti-recognition laws." Today's opinion prevents the state from moving forward with enforcing ... FULL ARTICLE AT Nashville Business Journal
The sprinter has successfully appealed a two-year ban for doping and said that 'not competing was financially and emotionally devestating'
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By Mel BrachtA production crew from Turner Sports and CBS Sports’ joint coverage of the NCAA men’s basketball tournament will be embedded with the OU team beginning with the “Selection Sunday” show at 5 p.m. Read more ... FULL ARTICLE AT The Oklahoman
Just hours after Keurig Green Mountain said Friday it was loosening the terms of its agreement with Seattle-based Starbucks Coffee Co. to allow for other so-called 'super-premium' coffees to be packaged in K-Cup single serving portions, the Waterbury company ... FULL ARTICLE AT Burlington Free Press
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Michigan, the nation's eighth-ranked team in the AP college basketball rankings, had a tough time today in its quarterfinal game in the Big Ten tournament with Illinois. The Wolverines had to score late to squeak out a ... FULL ARTICLE AT Kens5