Opinion | Liberals for Ron DeSantis*
*Unwittingly, as usual.
By Bret Stephens
Toddler, 3, fatally shoots himself while father was making lunch
Cramer's lightning round: Cisco is going higher
- It's that time again! "Mad Money" host Jim Cramer rings the lightning round bell, which means he's giving his answers to callers' stock questions at rapid speed.
Cisco Systems: "I think Cisco's going higher. I think that they finally got to the enterprise and it's going to just roar."
Ruth's Hospitality Group: "I think you've got horse sense, my friend. I would be a buyer. I think it's one of the survivors. I think it moves."
Graphic Packaging: "Too commodity, my friend. No."
Fuelcell Energy: "We're going to stay away. Too speculative at this moment. There are other better fish to fry in that neighborhood."
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Opinion | America Needs to Empower Workers Again
Unions aren’t obsolete, and we need to get them back.
By Paul Krugman
Opinion: For Twins and others in Minneapolis, emotions are raw after another senseless killing
My God, not again.
Not another senseless and tragic death.
Not another police officer killing an unarmed Black man in the Minneapolis area.
Last summer, it was a Minneapolis officer kneeling on the neck of George Floyd, 46, for nine minutes and 29 seconds, before he died.
This time, it was an officer from Brooklyn Center, a suburb of Minneapolis, who fatally shot a 20-year-old man, Daunte Wright, at a traffic stop.
"All of us, all of us, especially us in Minnesota right now,’’ said Minnesota Twins manager Rocco Baldelli, “are tired in a lot of ways of having these types of conversations. There's a huge disappointment and sadness when you have to wake up to these things. …
“I shouldn't say there's a disbelief, because I think we've seen these things happening around the country way too much, but it is very disappointing and very sad every time we see this."
Ferris Mowers NABC National Championship Trophy set to arrive at Baylor
The Baylor Bears men's basketball team will celebrate its first-ever NCAA Tournament title on Tuesday with a Texas-sized parade and celebration featuring the Ferris Mowers NABC National Championship Trophy.
The iconic Waterford crystal trophy has been presented annually since 1991 to the top-ranked team in the final Ferris Mowers Coaches Poll of the season.
The parade will start at 6 p.m. local time and go through downtown Waco, starting at 14th Street and proceeding to Third Street, just outside Waco City Hall.
The ceremony will begin at approximately 6:30 p.m. outside City Hall, where the formal championship trophy presentation to coach Scott Drew and his team will take place. Baylor AD Mack Rhoades will be presenting the Ferris Mowers NABC National Championship Trophy to the team.
OPINION: Scott Drew is forever a national champion; his doubters look foolish
ANALYSIS: Gonzaga showed cracks in semifinal, and Baylor capitalized
Tom Brady posts heart-felt message to his former New England Patriots teammate Julian Edelman
Julian Edelman announced his retirement from the NFL after the New England Patriots terminated his contract under the designation of a failed physical.
That ended an 11-season NFL career during which he won three Super Bowls with the Patriots. Edelman's quarterback for 10 of those seasons, Tom Brady, posted a heart-felt message on Instagram on Monday to his former go-to wide receiver.
"On the biggest stage and in the biggest moments, you always came through," Brady wrote. "I was a witness to so much of the journey and am so proud of you and how you grew from 7th round underdog to an older 7th round underdog.
"You have so many teammates that admired your work ethic and will to win, and I am at the top of the list because when I was down and feeling sorry for myself at times, you were right there to pick me up. You were as tough as could be and I love you for all that you did to make our teams as great as they could possibly be."
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