Top 68 Teams February 27

College Football News 2023 college basketball rankings for the top 68 teams – and with the remaining schedules – for Monday, February 27 College Basketball Rankings: Week 17 CFN 2023 Rankings: After Week 1751-68 | 26-50 | 11-25 | Top 10– AP | Coaches | NCAA Tournament Bracket ProjectionsContact @ColFootballNews Based on a combination of … Read more

Jimmy Carter has opted for home hospice care. Here’s what that means.

Former President Jimmy Carter has decided to “spend his remaining time at home” and receive hospice care, the Carter Center announced on Saturday. The 98-year-old Carter has overcome a myriad of health obstacles over the last decade, including brain cancer, liver surgery and hip replacement surgery. Now the longest-living president is choosing to spend his … Read more

After jarring plane lightning strike, comeback Clippers fade in OT loss to Nuggets

Clippers forward Paul George, left, looks to pass around Denver Nuggets guard Kentavious Caldwell-Pope during the first half Sunday. The Clippers rallied back from an 18-point deficit before losing to the Denver Nuggets in overtime 134-124. (David Zalubowski/Associated Press) The wounds from Friday’s double-overtime loss were still fresh when the Clippers climbed aboard their jet … Read more

NCAA Tournament Bracket Projections, 68 Team Predictions, Bubble Teams February 27

NCAA Tournament bracket projections and predictions for where the 68 teams will be. Who’s likely to be in, and who’s on the bubble? NCAA Tournament Bracket Projections – Contact/Follow @ColFootballNews & @PeteFiutak – CFN 1-68 Rankings, February 27 NCAA Tournament Bubble: Projected First Four Out Wisconsin (Big Ten)Oklahoma State (Big 12)Clemson (ACC)Utah State (Mountain West) … Read more

Is it fair to blame social media for teenagers’ mental health?

“The 360” shows you different perspectives on the day’s top stories and debates. What’s happening Rates of depression and suicidal thoughts among American teenagers increased dramatically between 2011 and 2021 — particularly among girls and children who do not identify as heterosexual — according to new data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. … Read more

Experts slam WHO’s excuse of misconduct

GOMA, Congo (AP) — Two experts appointed by the World Health Organization to investigate allegations that some of its staff sexually abused women during an Ebola outbreak in Congo have dismissed the UN agency’s own efforts to excuse its handling of such misconduct as “an absurdity .” Some of the victimized women say — nearly … Read more

Analysis-Some highly rated US companies take unusual funding route as rates rise

By Shankar Ramakrishnan (Reuters) – Some highly rated US companies have issued bonds that convert to shares to raise several billion dollars so far this year, in what bankers said signals a shift in a market that has long been dominated by companies with few other options to raise money . Investment-grade-rated companies have traditionally … Read more

Devils get Meier, Bolts pay up for Jeannot

The NHL trade deadline is less than a week away, but some front offices have started their work early with some big deals. As Stanley Cup contenders separate themselves from the rest, and those sitting outside the playoff picture start to consider pawning off their assets to the highest bidder, the drama off the ice … Read more

Jets offseason primer: defensive ends

With the offseason rolling along and the Combine almost here, let’s continue looking at the different positions on the Jets and look at the defensive end position. Under contract for 2023 Carl Lawson Among the edge defenders, Carl Lawson was the most effective, at least from a stats perspective, recording seven sacks, second overall only … Read more