USA

Ball might work out only for the Lakers

Ball might work out only for the Lakers

He also played high school ball at Chino Hills. The players under the strongest consideration at No. 2 right now are Markelle Fultz, Ball, De'Aaron Fox, Josh Jackson and Jayson Tatum. It's better than not having a pick at all. "I saw her walking down the hall, and I told her, 'I don't know what we're going to do together, but we're going to do something, '" LaVar told CBS Sports with a laugh back in 2015.



Israeli minister frets over 'change' in Trump rhetoric

After a Fox News reporter said Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu urged Trump against the embassy move, the Israeli Prime Minister's office called those claims false and pointed to readouts of Netanyahu's White House visit February 17 that said Netanyahu supported the move.


Garland friend: Judge happy in job, no interest in FBI job

Garland friend: Judge happy in job, no interest in FBI job

Court of Appeals. President Donald Trump and his White House have been adamant: There's absolutely no need for a special prosecutor to investigate the ties between his 2016 campaign and Russian intelligence operatives. Sorry Republicans, it turns out judge Merrick Garland just wants to be a judge. The idea of sending Mr Garland over to the J. Edgar Hoover Building was reportedly first floated by Republican Senator Mike Lee, and the idea quickly gained steam in Washington among both ...



Supreme Court Rejects North Carolina Voter ID Case

The state's Republican governor appealed to the Supreme Court, seeking reinstatement of the law, and the case was viewed as the upcoming constitutional test of voting restrictions that intentionally target racial groups in order to gain partisan advantage.


Court pauses criminal case against Texas' attorney general

Court pauses criminal case against Texas' attorney general

Throughout the process, Gallagher has shown no interest in walking away from the case. The order by the 5th Court of Appeals means there will no longer be a hearing Thursday in Houston on a prior attempt by Paxton to install a new judge. "If the defendant or defense attorney do not provide written consent, the judge ordering the change of venue may not preside over the case, " Paxton's attorneys say in the filing.