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By John R. Bolton
Reality calls for attaching Gaza to Egypt and the West Bank to Jordan
Topic - Mike Young
Some repeat offenders who don't pay child support could spend more time in Indiana prisons, after Gov. Mike Pence signed legislation this week to ramp up their sentences.
Michigan forward Glenn Robinson III can't wait to create some new highlights for his family at the NCAA tournament.
Wofford coach Mike Young was disappointed his Terriers weren't part of the NCAA tournament the past two seasons. He was also bothered he had no other teams from South Carolina to pull for in those events.
"We want to make them pay," Young said.
"We're trying to be helpful," Young said. "All we want them to do is to pay their obligation."