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The wizards a one 13 one dead win of the sun's a stop a Ted gave Lucy straight Kyle Kuzma led the way they were 29. We came out with a sense of urgency tonight and I think it was a big time for us. We got them a little frustrated. Yeah, what boy had a 17 Boyd lead men's basketball Georgetown losing the Yukon Miami top Virginia. The orc pose says Carlos Correa has changed his mind. He signed a 12 year deal with the mets. Now to the story of the Howard University men's soccer program, made it to the 1971 NCAA championship game. A tumultuous time in the civil rights era. And before the game in the locker room, a special visitor. Jesse Jackson, head coach Lincoln Phillips remembers. And he said, you know, you guys are still understanding there's not just shocker. It's more than that. Oh, yes, Howard zen CWA division one title game more than just a game. You raise your representing the game, you are ambassadors and ambassadors must be at your desk not often but always. Wonderful ambassadors as we mentioned last half hour also serious students and champions, they won the 1971 NCAA championship game, but the title was stripped by the NCAA. But in the next half hour, a title, no one could take away. More of my story also at WTO P dot com. From Salt Lake City, Dave jets at WTO P sports. It's now 7 16, at least 77 homeless people in the district have died so far this year. D.C.'s medical examiner tells The Washington Post intoxication, hypothermia, homicide, and other health related issues are to blame. More deaths are expected among the homeless population over the next several days with the cold temperatures moving into the region. Last year, a 138 homeless people died in D.C., the year before it was 180. On Monday, the Biden administration released a plan to reduce homelessness by 25% in the next two years, focusing on racial equity and affordable housing, among other initiatives. Massive amounts of fentanyl were seized in the U.S. this year, the drug enforcement administration says it's taken possession of enough of that drug to kill every single American. Underscoring the deadly threat, the DEA says it is captured nearly 51 million fake prescription pills laced with fentanyl and 10,000 pounds of fentanyl powder, together the agency says this is the equivalent of more than 379 million potentially deadly doses. This highly addictive man-made opioid is 50 times more potent than heroin, just two milligrams of it, which could fit on the tip of a pencil, is considered a potentially deadly dose. Linda canyon, CBS News, Washington

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