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Here's How ESPN's FPI Ranks The Big Ten's 14 Teams

In addition, Minnesota (along with San Jose State and Nebraska that also went 5-7) won their bowl game as an under.500 team. Wisconsin will have a home-and-home series with Indiana, Michigan, Minnesota, Ohio State and Rutgers. IL and Purdue will meet just once, while the Penn State series will conclude in Happy Valley on February 21. Five days later, the Badgers are scheduled to play at Purdue.



Hillary Clinton backers unfazed by pay-for-play accusations

An April 2009 exchange published from Clinton's private server revealed that a top associate at the foundation had pushed to set up a meeting between a billionaire donor and the US ambassador to Lebanon. I want you to remember these three words: Shame On You", he said in New Hampshire. Five percent of the state's voters said they support Libertarian Gary Johnson and 3 percent said they support Green Party candidate Jill Stein .


Governor pushes lawmakers to pass lottery bill - FOX10 News

Governor pushes lawmakers to pass lottery bill - FOX10 News

House rules stipulate that committee meetings must be advertised at least 24 hours in advance, unless four-fifths of the House votes to suspend the rules and allow a meeting to happen on shorter notice. Among those bills are a measure on Anniston's city limits, a Jacksonville property tax and a bill on Calhoun County court costs, Ward said. Crawford believes that if the lottery revenue is set up to benefit the general fund, it should go wholly to the general fund and not be earmarked.


Milwaukee officer targeted by online threats after shooting

Milwaukee officer targeted by online threats after shooting

But by many measures, there is no tougher place to be black in America than Milwaukee , where in recent days the shooting death of a black man by a black police officer has led to violent protests, riots that destroyed businesses and gunfire.



Obama tours flood-ravaged Louisiana in show of support, hits political circus

It took him 10 days to get there, but President Obama did finally make it to Louisiana to look at the devastation wrought by heavy rain that pounded the Baton Rouge area earlier this month. The Castle Place neighborhood Obama toured was one of the first to flood in the parish, when the Comite River topped its banks almost two weeks ago.