The president criticized companies for selling "smaller-than-usual products" whose "price stays the same." But it was his and his predecessor's spending policies that caused the underlying issue.
Copper Peak revitalization was pitched as an economic development project for the Upper Peninsula, which already has two working ski jumps.
For sex workers and their clients, Super Bowl season can mean a higher chance of getting nabbed by cops.
They should be heard, not shouted down.
How much public money will be used remains unclear. The consensus answer seems to be "a lot."
The story shows what can happen when those accused of misconduct are subjected to opaque investigations with little due process.
The proposed deal could be the largest-ever government subsidy for a sports stadium. Studies consistently show such handouts don't benefit communities.
He could save $98 million by dodging California's state income taxes with his unusual, eye-popping contract.
Students in four Oklahoma school districts are also required to wear their school ID on a lanyard and sit on their own team's side.
If multimillionaire José Alvarado can't figure out how to get his family here, what hope do other Venezuelan migrants have?
Just 24 percent of self-identified Trump voters and 34 percent of self-identified Biden voters say they support a public handout for the Milwaukee Brewers' 22-year-old stadium.
But will it solve the team's attendance woes? Probably not.
The U.S.-Bahraini security pact is the first step towards a future U.S.-Saudi “mega-deal.” Critics say it violates the U.S. Constitution and aids torturers.
Court finds parent's right to comment on their interactions with their child's coaches or teachers is cleartly established.
The Houston-area Aldine Independent School District is considering the use of eminent domain to seize a one-acre property owned and occupied by Travis Upchurch.
Apparently $600 million to improve a very nice stadium isn’t enough.
Grant Williams breaks down the math: "$54 million in Dallas is really like $58 million in Boston."
But it didn't matter, as Nevada lawmakers approved a $600 million handout to the team.
The amount of knowledge that's freely available on the internet is staggering. Politicians shouldn't try to restrict that.
Prosecutors dropped the case after interviewing 35 witnesses who contradicted the accuser.
"If there is freedom, private property, rule of law, then Latin Americans thrive," says the social media star.
Politicians attack social media for spreading conspiracies and so-called misinformation. But what about when social media helps someone become an NBA star?
How many incredible would-be immigrants are being kept out unfairly?
The journalist and dissident, who was sentenced to 25 years in a penal colony for criticizing the Russian government, has not received the same attention.
Schools are allowed to preserve sex-based restrictions for athletes provided they are "substantially related to the achievement of an important educational objective."
The college swimmer was reportedly forced to barricade herself in a room for three hours.
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College players on student visas face complex barriers when it comes to profiting off their names, images, and likenesses.
Taxpayers spent about $500 million to build U.S Bank stadium, which is just seven years old.
Why are so many filmgoers and politicians eager to prop up baseball's boondoggles?
Iván Prieto didn’t board the flight back to the communist island on Monday.
"Coaches must generally consider a variety of factors—both objective and subjective—in managing a team, and these factors include concerns about distractions, team cohesion, and morale."
Election betting markets are often more reliable than pundits. Did the site steal user funds? No. Did they lie to people? No. Harm anyone? No.
"I think the Democratic Party has severely underestimated how many people like me there are," says the 1986 USA Gymnastics national champion.
Do the principles of Title IX in sports apply elsewhere?