19 March 2017, 11:29 | Darin Griffith
Changes to Affordable Care Act may effect entrepreneurs
Afghan soldier killed after shooting, wounding 3 USA troops
The Taliban said an "Afghan patriot soldier" opened fire on the Americans, without claiming responsibility for the attack. Mohammad Rasoul Zazai, an Afghan army spokesman, said the soldier had made a "mistake" and had not fired deliberately.
GOP bill shifts millions in costs to Montana
Under the GOP replacement, that expansion would be phased out, although those now in the program would not lose their coverage . More than 52,000 Americans died from drug overdoses in 2015, more than died from automobile accidents or firearms.
'New info' in Obama-Trump spy probe not changing any minds
The President notoriously claimed his predecessor, Barack Obama, ordered wiretaps on his Trump Tower-headquartered campaign. . They have often sought to buttress their case by citing news reports, many of them based on anonymous sources.
From LI to Louisville: Rick Pitino's career has spanned four decades
Not only did Beilein have his MI team ready to play Louisville on Sunday, he planned ahead for the postgame celebration, too. MI now advances to the semifinals of the Midwest Region, where they'll face the victor of the Oregon-Rhode Island game.