Judge ends NCAA cap on athlete compensation ‘related to education,’ leaves other limits intact

A federal judge ruled Friday night that the NCAA cannot “limit compensation or benefits related to education” for athletes playing Division I men’s or women’s basketball or Bowl Subdivision football.Among the items U.S. District Judge Claudia Wilken said these athletes may receive are scholarships to complete undergraduate or graduate degrees at any school. The judge…

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Charlotte Russe will close all of its stores and start liquidation

Charlotte Russe announced in early February that it was closing 94 stores. (Photo: Mary Chao)Charlotte Russe will close all of its stores and is in negotiations to sell its intellectual property, the company confirmed Wednesday.“We are partnering with the buyer and remain in talks to sell the (intellectual property), are optimistic about the future of the brand, and…

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Hillary Clinton asks Trump why he’s so ‘obsessed’ with her after announcing no 2020 bid

CLOSE Hillary Clinton says she won’t run for president in 2020, but vows she’s “not going anywhere.” Clinton ruled out another campaign during an interview posted Monday by TV station News 12 Westchester. However, she said she’ll keep speaking out. (March 5) APWASHINGTON – Some fights never die. The rivalry between President Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton…

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Alabama tornado kills at least 14 as severe storms hit the Southeast, officials say

CLOSE For a while now, we’ve thought that tornadoes start off in the clouds and spiral down to Earth. But new research from climatologists could change that. Buzz60Several tornadoes hit the Southeast Sunday afternoon, killing at least 14 people in one Alabama county. The death count could rise, Lee County Sheriff Jay Jones told local station WSFA as people…

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