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The federal government cannot force Idaho to change its definition of marriage as the union of one man and one woman, the conservative Cornerstone Family Council of Idaho contends in a recent court filing.
On the eve of a federal trial, a Kansas military school's attorney said Monday that issues have been resolved regarding a lawsuit filed by 11 former cadets who claimed the school's practice of giving higher-ranking cadets the power to discipline younger ones encourages physical and mental abuse.
Andy Murray smiled a few times during his match at Madison Square Garden.
Collins signed his original deal on Feb. 23, becoming the NBA's first openly gay player, and it expires Tuesday. The Nets then will re-sign him for another 10 days on Wednesday.
A miserable season just keeps getting worse for the Philadelphia 76ers.
Ever the self-proclaimed downer, West Virginia coach Mike Carey was quick to tell his No. 11 Mountaineers they still have one more game before being able to at least have a share of the Big 12 title.
The setting was perfect for Odyssey Sims and No. 6 Baylor to win another Big 12 title.
The transformation of downtown Montgomery shows no signs of slowing down as a portion of Dexter Avenue soon will be revitalized into a Market District.
Jimmer Fredette wanted to start over. The Chicago Bulls wanted to improve their outside shooting.