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By PBS NewsHour
By Amber Partida
That victory made Minor, who was unseeded, the first black tennis player -- man or woman -- to win a Division I singles title since 1965.
North Carolina's state legislature overwhelmingly voted to replace its so-called "bathroom bill" on Thursday, after suffering a business and economic backlash from a law that many saw as discriminatory. How do people see the compromise deal? Hari Sreenivasan talks to…
In our news wrap Wednesday, the U.S. signed an aid agreement with Israel that’s worth $38 billion over 10 years. The ceremony took place at the State Department, where National Security Advisor Susan Rice remarked that it serves as a…
In our news wrap Tuesday, the cease-fire in Syria seemed to be holding. The war torn city of Aleppo was markedly quiet, and some ventured outdoors. Also, Russian-backed rebels in Eastern Ukraine announced a unilateral cease-fire. The change came as…
This year’s NCAA men’s tournament came to a heartstopping finish Monday night, as Villanova junior Kris Jenkins hoisted a buzzer-beating game winner from the three-point line to defeat UNC in a match for the ages. Meanwhile, the UConn women’s team…
Like the NFL, NCAA schools and teams have taken new precautions to protect student athletes from long-term effects of head injuries. But some players who have been medically disqualified are still finding a way to return to the field. Hari…
This year’s March Madness marked the 10th national title for UConn coach Geno Auriemma and the fifth for Duke coach Mike Krzyzewski. Jeffrey Brown talks to Danielle Donehew of the Women’s Basketball Coaches Association and John Feinstein of The Washington…
As the March Madness NCAA basketball tournament comes to a close, Jeffrey Brown takes a look at the role of the student athlete on the court, in the classroom and at the negotiating table with Emmett Gill of the Student-Athletes…
By Justin Scuiletti
It turns out that Dean Smith, the late, legendary head coach for the University of North Carolina Tar Heels men's basketball team, had one last play drawn out for his former players.
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