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To great lengths to point out that that authorities still resides within The associations purview. The N C. Double a argued that a ruling for the athletes could lead to a blurring of the line between college and professional. Sports. Ed Donahue Washington AP News I'm to McGuire the government is expected to fall short of shipping 80 million coronavirus vaccine doses abroad By the end of this month, press secretary Jen Psaki what we found to be the biggest challenge is not actually the supply. We have plenty of doses. To share with the world. But this is a Herculean logistical challenge, and we've seen that as we've begun to implement. Also, the CDC says 150 million Americans are fully vaccinated. Iran's president elect staking out a hardline position, rejecting any possibility a meeting with President Biden or negotiating to Iran's ballistic missile program and support of regional malicious One man. His dad. A second wounded, along with at least one police officer in a shooting in downtown area are BAR vodka Colorado, which is just outside Denver. No word yet on the condition of the second man or the officer not known yet what led to the shooting Supreme Court, in a unanimous ruling, says the rules limiting education related benefits. For Division one football and basketball players violate antitrust law. Currently, students can't be paid and the scholarship money colleges can offer is capped at the cost of attending the school. The former athletes who brought the case argued that the rules on education related compensation or unfair and violate federal antitrust laws. The case won't determine whether students can be paid. Instead, it will help determine whether schools decide to offer athletes tens of thousands of dollars to cover expenses such as the cost of computers, graduate scholarships, tutoring, studying abroad and internships. My camp in Washington. One person is dead. Several others hurt When a 77 year old driver of a pickup truck a member of the Fort Lauderdale Gay Men's course, suddenly accelerated forward, killing a fellow chorister and injuring another. And what the course directors, city officials and police say was a tragic accident at the start of the Pride parade Saturday, this is a P news. Tropical Storm Claudette, blamed for 14 deaths in Alabama, including 10 in a fiery crash south of Montgomery, eight of those killed affiliated with the state sheriff's Girls wretch Tornadoes in the Midwest. About a dozen people were injured when a Sunday night storm spawned a tornado. The damaged homes, knocked down trees and took out power in northern Illinois near Chicago after coming from Naperville came into our area. Brian Cunningham is the police chief in Woodridge, Illinois. People couldn't get out of their garages. There was damage to the doors. Um there was debris in the way in Naperville Fire chief Mark Prakken itis said about 130 homes were damaged, but early warnings likely minimize the number of injuries. It could have been a lot worse. I will say that when you look at the destruction That has occurred over this five square block area. So news conferences courtesy of ABC seven Chicago. Severe storms also hit other parts of the Midwest, including Northern Indiana, Southern Michigan and Missouri, a tornado damaged buildings and knocked down power lines in eastern Iowa. I'm Jennifer King, I'm Tim Maguire. AP News officials are assessing a tornado that swept through suburban communities west of Chicago. There were no fatalities. But about a dozen people were injured when a Sunday night storm spawned a tornado that damaged homes, knocked down trees and took out power in northern Illinois near Chicago. After coming from Naperville came into our area. Brian Cunningham is the police chief in Woodridge, Illinois. People couldn't get out of their garages. There was damage to the doors. There was debris in the way in Naperville Fire chief Mark Beckner itis said about 130 homes were damaged, but early warnings likely minimize the number of injuries. It could have been a lot worse. I will say that when you look at the destruction That has occurred over this five square block area. So news conferences courtesy of ABC seven Chicago. Severe storms also hit other parts of the Midwest, including Northern Indiana, Southern Michigan and Missouri, a tornado damaged buildings and knocked down power lines in eastern Iowa. I'm Jennifer King, Missouri Gun Law. I'm Tim Maguire, with an AP newsman at ST Louis in ST Louis County filed suit in a county court. Seeking to block Missouri's new law, which stops state and local police from enforcing federal gun loss, County and city asking for an injunction based on the state law violating the supremacy clause, which federal law trumps state law. Unanimous Supreme Court rules. The cannot limit education related benefits colleges offer to student athletes Commissioner Mark Emmert. This ruling, I think makes

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