President Trump abruptly ends sanctions on North Korea because he ‘likes’ dictator Kim Jong Un

President Trump abruptly ends sanctions on North Korea because he ‘likes’ dictator Kim Jong...

CLOSE Amid new tension between the two countries, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo says the U.S. expects North Korean leader Kim Jong Un to live up to his promise to President Trump to continue his moratorium on missile launches and nuclear tests. (March 15) AP WASHINGTON – President Donald Trump overruled his own Treasury Department on…
Follow live March Madness coverage of Friday’s first-round NCAA tournament games

Follow live March Madness coverage of Friday’s first-round NCAA tournament games

CLOSE SportsPulse: USA TODAY's Trysta Krick recaps all the biggest moments from the first day of March Madness and looks ahead to Friday's action. USA TODAY March Madness is in full swing, with Thursday's first-round action delivering on excitement but leaving our thirst for bracket-busting upsets not relatively quenched. Now we're back for more, providing wall-to-wall…
Why is the Dow falling? Banks and tech stocks drag down market on Wall Street

Why is the Dow falling? Banks and tech stocks drag down market on Wall...

Damian J. Troise, The Associated Press Published 10:17 a.m. ET March 22, 2019 | Updated 12:31 p.m. ET March 22, 2019 CLOSE After 19 years covering the stock market for USA TODAY, Adam Shell gives his best advice on how to successfully invest in the market. USA TODAY NEW YORK (AP) — Stocks are sliding…
March Madness: 10 key takeaways from Thursday’s NCAA tournament games

March Madness: 10 key takeaways from Thursday’s NCAA tournament games

CLOSE SportsPulse: USA TODAY's Trysta Krick recaps all the biggest moments from the first day of March Madness and looks ahead to Friday's action. USA TODAY Thursday's first-round NCAA tournament action provided the excitement we come to expect in March Madness, leaving no shortage of storylines heading into Friday's game slate.  Here's a look at 10 key…
March Madness, New Zealand mosque shootings, ‘Us’ hits theaters nationwide: 5 things to know Friday

March Madness, New Zealand mosque shootings, ‘Us’ hits theaters nationwide: 5 things to know...

Editors, USA TODAY Published 4:33 a.m. ET March 22, 2019 | Updated 7:44 a.m. ET March 22, 2019 Will Cinderella help March see a little more madness on Friday? The first day of the NCAA tournament is in the books, and potential Cinderellas failed to provide that bubble-bursting upset. Fans will be looking for more…
Behind record-setter Fletcher Magee, Wofford wins first NCAA tournament game

Behind record-setter Fletcher Magee, Wofford wins first NCAA tournament game

CLOSE SportsPulse: USA TODAY's Trysta Krick recaps all the biggest moments from the first day of March Madness and looks ahead to Friday's action. USA TODAY JACKSONVILLE – Wofford won an NCAA tournament basketball game, and it wasn’t an upset. The seventh-seeded Terriers defeated 10th-seeded Seton Hall 84-68 Thursday in a Midwest Regional first-round game.…
‘Roseanne’ cancellation? It was Sara Gilbert’s fault, Barr says

‘Roseanne’ cancellation? It was Sara Gilbert’s fault, Barr says

Susan Haas, USA TODAY Published 10:38 p.m. ET March 21, 2019 CLOSE Roseanne Barr told Sean Hannity she's sorry her Valerie Jarrett tweet came across as racist. "But I’m not going to let them tell me what I meant." USA TODAY It was Sara Gilbert's fault. That's what Roseanne Barr told The Washington Post about…
White House rejects Democrats’ request for information on Trump’s talks with Putin

White House rejects Democrats’ request for information on Trump’s talks with Putin

CLOSE U.S. President Donald Trump said he “couldn’t care less” if details from his conversation with Russian leader Vladimir Putin were released. Trump was responding to a Washington Post report, which said he tried to hide details of his conversation. Time WASHINGTON – Democrats say they are planning their "next steps" after the White House on…
March almost Madness: Cinderella mid-majors whiff in near-upsets of NCAA tourney top seeds

March almost Madness: Cinderella mid-majors whiff in near-upsets of NCAA tourney top seeds

CLOSE SportsPulse: New Mexico State's late game debacle derailed their chances of pulling off the massive upset and highlighted a common theme early in the tourney: Cinderellas falling short. USA TODAY Murray State might've been the first major upset of the day, taking down Marquette in a lopsided game that made the Ja Morant-led Racers look…
Michael Cofer, former NFL linebacker and father of Florida State’s Phil Cofer, dies at 58

Michael Cofer, former NFL linebacker and father of Florida State’s Phil Cofer, dies at...

Florida State's Phil Cofer found out his father, former NFL linebacker Michael Cofer, had died following his team's win in the NCAA tournament.
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