Sports fans reacted with shock earlier this month when Shabazz Napier, a star of the University of Connecticut's national champion men's basketball team, told reporters that he wasn't always getting enough to eat.
"Sometimes, there's hungry nights where I'm not able to eat, but I still gotta play up to my capabilities," he said.
That was the question Tuesday's Jeopardy contestants failed to deliver when given this clue about the 2012 GOP presidential candidate:
Cain, the former CEO of Godfather's Pizza, was one of the many Republicans who sought the presidential nomination in 2012, eventually dropping out in December 2011 amid allegations of past sexual harassment.
Rep. Emanuel Cleaver (D-Mo.) chastised House Budget Committee Chairman Paul Ryan (R-Wis.) for his controversial comments on poverty last month, calling Ryan’s reference to conservative social scientist Charles Murray a reflection of his “ignorance” during an appearance on MSNBC’s “NewsNation” Wednesday.
Today’s oral arguments in the Oregon federal marriage case are the latest in a landmark series of cases (including arguments earlier this month before the 10th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals for cases involving federal challenges to marriage bans in Utah and Oklahoma) that are poised to expand the number of Americans who, after decades of dedicated struggle, may soon be free to marry.
Ex-professional boxer Kassim Ouma has been arrested for felony battery after knocking out a man who was allegedly making gay advances towards him, according to reports.
According to TMZ, the former North American Boxing Association (NABA) middleweight champ went to the Los Angeles home of the alleged victim, whom he had just met, for a drink. Once there, the man is believed to have made several unwelcome advances toward Ouma.