Let the madness begin. The best postseason in sports has arrived in the form of college basketball.
This weekend, we’ll find out which teams are on the right side of the NCAA tournament bubble, if one-loss Gonzaga gets a coveted No. 1 seed and if Northwestern hears its name called on Selection Sunday for the first time ever.
Championship week auto bids gave some teams clarity, but March Madness is always full of surprises. Watch their selection process on Sunday at 5:30P on NCAA.com to find out whether your team celebrates.
Women have historically accounted for a smaller percentage of sworn police officers that men, with most of them holding clerical positions.
Ladies in law enforcement are inexplicitly resented by their male counterparts and many have faced several types of harassment.
However, the following females were well armed, dangerous and to be taken very seriously.
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New York City saw a thirty-three degrees weather drop in 33 hours. A strange change in the weather pattern is bringing much colder and unsettled weather from the Northeast to the Mid-Atlantic over the next few days.
Temperatures will fall into the teens overnight as arctic cold moves into the region in the wake of the snow storm earlier.
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There are many groups and individuals who track the judicial and legislative branches of government, which has established themselves as reliable advocates for Americans.
To learn whether it's going to be repeal and replace, or rebrand and rework?
CITY IMAGES just spoke with the lovely and talented Virginia Gallagher.
She assured me that she's feeling much better. Ginny is happy to hear we're all cheering for her. She has been moved to a new room and her phone number is 718 975 5827.
Virginia Gallagher is undergoing therapeutic treatments in the hospital and hopes to complete them the sooner the better.
International experts are tallying the economic costs of “A Day Without a Woman”, but global economists fear that if every working woman in America walked out for one day, the U.S. gross domestic product would take a $21-billion hit.
The figure doesn’t even count the labor of love from mom and grandmothers' unpaid job contributions, which aren’t factored into the GDP but would make the sum painfully higher.
Women’s annual share of our nation’s GDP amounts to $7.6 trillion. That’s greater than the $5.2-trillion GDP of Japan, which has the world’s third-largest economy.
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Each and every year March 8 is the one day meant to tout all the social, economic, cultural and political successes of women while urging more gender equality.
The first women's day was in 1909 when 15,000 women marched through the streets of New York demanding improved pay, shorter hours and voting rights.
American adults had sexual relations about nine fewer times per year in the early 2010s compared to the late 1990s in data from the nationally representative General Social Survey, 1989–2014.
The Archives of Sexual Behavior found that US adults are having less sex than they did during the 1990s. Who will make America mate again? https://t.co/2bILnWDrGe
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Americans are having less sex than ever — and researchers are blaming Netflix http://for.tn/2lBFnOv