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Mike Pence's actions on Jan. 6 were wholly unremarkable – until they saved the nation

(THE CONVERSATION) New revelations from the congressional committee investigating the events on and leading up to the Jan. 6, 2021 attack on the U.S. Capitol show the crucial role then-Vice President Mike Pence played in thwarting the insurrection – and reveal the principles behind his actions.
The 12th Amendment to the U. ... (full story)


Sports


Browns learn of 'forgotten' players at Hall of Fame tour

CANTON, Ohio (AP) — The Cleveland Browns went on a field trip to explore their football roots, including some deep ones nearly forgotten.
Hoping to connect his team to its storied past, Cleveland coach Kevin Stefanski took minicamp on the road recently with a trip south to Canton for a light practice along with a tour of t ... (full story)


Title IX: Icons warn of complacency amid law's success

KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — Some of the giants of women's basketball say if not for Title IX, doors would not have been open for them to blaze trails to Hall of Fame careers on and off the court, but sound complacency alarms when it comes to the future of the law.
Coach Marsha Sharp takes it a step farther when talking about t ... (full story)


Prepping for the heat

The heat is most definitely on…so are you prepared to workout and race in it? Yes, temps are already hitting the mid-90s and we’re not even in the “heat” of the summer season. This tells me that it’s becoming increasingly more important for endurance athletes to incorporate some heat acclimation tactic ... (full story)


State


5 former fraternity members sentenced in hazing death

BOWLING GREEN, Ohio (AP) — Three former fraternity members were sentenced recently to jail terms for their roles in the hazing death of a Bowling Green State University student, while two others were ordered to serve house arrest.
Jarrett Prizel, 19, of Olean, New York, Daylen Dunson, 22, of Cleveland, and Ben Boyers, 21, ... (full story)


Election deniers quiet on fraud claims after primary wins

Nevada Republican Jim Marchant insisted there hadn't been a legitimate election in his state in more than a decade. All of Nevada's election winners since 2006, he said on a recent podcast, were "installed by the deep-state cabal."
But when Marchant won the Republican nomination for Nevada secretary of state recently, ... (full story)