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Georgetown fires head coach John Thompson III

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Michael Reaves/Getty Images(WASHINGTON) – John Thompson III’s days at Georgetown University are over. The school announced Thursday that it fired Thompson as head coach of its men’s basketball team. “It is with profound regret and deep appreciation that I informed John Thompson III this morning that the university will no longer be retaining his services as our head men’s basketball ... Read More »

Report: LSU DL Isaiah Washington ruled ineliegible for spring

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Sophomore defensive end Isaiah Washington has been ruled ineligible for the spring practice season at LSU, according to Ross Dellenger of The Advocate. News: #LSU DL Isaiah Washington ruled ineligible for spring, source says. Like Donte Jackson last yr, he fell below minimum course number. — Ross Dellenger (@RossDellenger) March 23, 2017 Washington was a […] …read more Source:: NBC ... Read More »

Disney chief teases 15 years of “Star Wars” stories yet to come

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Lucasfilm(LOS ANGELES) — Disney CEO Bob Iger dropped not one, not two, but three huge spoilers about the Star Wars universe today, speaking at a conference that took place on campus at University of Southern California. First, Iger spoke about the late Carrie Fisher, who died this past December, and how the upcoming eighth installment of the Star Wars saga, ... Read More »

Cancer in young women and teens may harm future pregnancies, study finds

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shironosov/iStock/Thinkstock(NEW YORK) — More women who were diagnosed with cancer as teens or young adults are surviving — and many are having children of their own. But their path isn’t always easy. A new study published on Thursday in JAMA Oncology finds women who survived cancer between 15 and 39 years old may have an increased risk of complications with ... Read More »

Trump Hotel in DC not in violation of government lease, GSA says

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Pool/Getty Images(WASHINGTON) — The General Services Administration (GSA) announced on Thursday that President Donald Trump’s lease of a luxury hotel from the government in Washington, D.C. — which raised eyebrows among some ethics watchdogs — is in good standing. The lease of the Old Post Office property prohibits government officials from profiting from the agreement. In a letter released on ... Read More »