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5:04 pm
Sat March 7, 2015

Remembering A Golden Era Of Undefeated College Basketball Teams

Indiana coach Bobby Knight and his players Scott May and Quinn Buckner celebrate the championship win that capped their undefeated season in 1975-76. No team has matched the feat in the decades since.
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Originally published on Sun March 8, 2015 7:45 pm

Today, the Kentucky Wildcats sealed a perfect regular season with their 67-50 victory over the University of Florida, putting them one step closer to the first fully undefeated season in men's college basketball in almost 40 years.

Running the table in college basketball is very, very hard. But this Kentucky team has made it look possible.

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Food
4:00 pm
Sat March 7, 2015

McDonald's Is Limiting Use Of Antibiotics In Its Chicken

Originally published on Sun March 8, 2015 7:45 pm

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U.S.
4:00 pm
Sat March 7, 2015

Honoring The Selma March, Half A Century Later

Originally published on Sun March 8, 2015 7:33 pm

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The weather was peaceful 50 years ago today in Selma, Ala. - as peaceful as the crowd that had assembled to cross the Edmund Pettus Bridge on route to Montgomery. The civil rights movement was stopped in its tracks that day - empiric victory for local police.

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U.S.
4:00 pm
Sat March 7, 2015

Remembering The Unsung Heroes Of Selma

Originally published on Sun March 8, 2015 7:45 pm

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Politics
5:22 pm
Fri March 6, 2015

Clinton, White House Play Delicate Dance As Emails Await Release

U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton checks her mobile phone in March 2012 after her address to the Security Council at United Nations headquarters. While she's asked the State Department to quickly release her emails from her tenure as secretary, the process likely will take months — dragging out media coverage and critical questions.
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Originally published on Fri March 6, 2015 9:35 pm

The State Department says it will work as quickly as possible to review the emails former Secretary Hillary Clinton turned over in 2014, but combing through all 55,000 pages could take months.

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