Pres. Trump's admin. revoking Obama-era federal directives.
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Those charged, convicted or suspected of any offense will be top priority.
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Survivors speaking out to make sure same doesn't happen to more minorities.
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La Crosse native and senior point guard out with a calf strain.
ANN ARBOR, Mich. (AP) -- Moe Wagner scored 21 points and Zak Irvin broke out of a slump with 18, helping Michigan beat No. 11 Wisconsin 64-58 on Thursday night.
The Wolverines (17-9, 7-6 Big Ten) have won three straight to boost their chances at making the NCAA Tournament.
The Badgers (21-5, 10-3) have lost consecutive games for the first time this season, dropping them into a three-way tie atop the Big Ten standings with No. 16 Purdue and No. 23 Maryland with five games remaining in the regular season.
Wisconsin was without senior point guard Bronson Koenig because of a calf strain in his left leg, breaking up a starting lineup that began the first 25 games of the season together.
Can the Badgers afford to lose Bronson Koenig much longer down the stretch?— 580 WKTY (@wkty) February 17, 2017
Ethan Happ scored 18 points in the first half, making 8 of 9 shots, but was held to just four points after halftime and finished with 22 points on 10-of-13 shooting for the Badgers. Likewise, Khalil Iverson was much more effective in the first half with eight of his 10 points before Michigan seemed to slow him down.
Muhammad-Ali Abdur-Rahkman scored 12 points, including a four-point play with just under 8 minutes left in the game that gave Michigan the 11th and final lead change in a game with eight ties.
The Badgers clearly miss Koenig and need him to get healthy to help their chances of potentially making a run in the NCAA Tournament. Freshman D'Mitrik Trice had nine points on 2-of-15 shooting, five rebounds and four assists in his first start and made one glaring mistake. Trice fouled Abdur-Rahkman on his tiebreaking 3-pointer.
Wisconsin hosts Maryland in a possibly pivotal game in the race for the Big Ten's regular season championship.
Hall of Famer pretended to be boom mic guy, kept giving batting advice
Race relations have been a contentious issue at the Wisconsin's flagship campus for months.