After veto threat, Trump signs spending bill

The signing comes hours after a tweeted threat from Trump that he would veto the $1.3 trillion bill for lack of sufficient spending on his long-desired border wall.
Trump brings a Bush-era hawk back into the foreign policy fray

President Donald Trump's new national security adviser often takes foreign policy stances that clash with fellow Republicans.
Black women helped a Democrat win in Alabama. Now they're running for office.

They're fueled by Democrat Doug Jones' stunning upset Senate win, the #MeToo movement, opposition to Trump and a desire to carry on Obama's legacy.
Elon Musk piles on as Facebook's woes continue

The blowback against Facebook over the Cambridge Analytica scandal hit a crescendo Friday when Elon Musk ordered pages for SpaceX and Tesla Motors deleted.
The unpredictability of March Madness explained

On March 16th, 2018 the UMBC retrievers shocked the world becoming the first No. 16 seed in the history to knock off a No. 1 seed, 75-54. And this hasn't been the only shocker in the first two rounds of this year's NCAA men's tournament. Only two No. 1 seeds survived the tournament's first weekend, that's the fewest since 2004. So what's making this year's tournament so unpredictable?

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