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DNC advances changes to presidential nominating process

Democratic National Committee Chairman Tom Perez at the DNC winter meeting in Atlanta, Saturday, Feb. 25, 2017. (Photo: Branden Camp, AP) The Democratic National Committee on Saturday advanced efforts to reduce the role of “superdelegates” in the presidential nominating process, among other changes. Superdelegates are the more than 700 elected officials and party leaders who are…

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Rick Pitino slams Louisville’s ‘board of traitors’

Louisville fired basketball coach Rick Pitino within weeks of the program being implicated in an FBI investigation into corruption in college basketball and a pay-for-play scheme, which came to light in September. He has since hired an agent and is still looking to return to coaching or possibly broadcasting. But Pitino is also still bitter about…

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A cord cutter’s guide to March Madness

CLOSE This year, you can watch the games online, on your phone or on a host of streaming devices — even when you're stuck at work. Reviewed.com / Jeremy Stamas The March Madness Live app, from Turner Sports, CBS and the NCAA, has all 67 games in the men's basketball tournament and a new Fast…

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Google’s ‘Dog View’ feature is as cute as it sounds

This Akita Inu is ready to show you around Odate City, Japan! (Photo: Screengrab/YouTube) It's always nice to have a local guide you around when you're visiting an unfamiliar place. It's even better when said local is a dog. According to a report from The Verge, Google Japan has made it possible for would-be travelers…

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