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Current Sports | January 30, 2017

Jan 30, 2017
Tom Izzo wins Dean Smith award photo
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MSU Men's Basketball; Rivalry Game Atmosphere; U of M Men's Basketball; Adam Biggers; Ron Deleon; Jonathan Chun.


President Trump in front of the American flag
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European leaders worried by Trump's comments on NATO, EU

Jan 16, 2017
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European leaders are expressing alarm after U.S. President-elect Donald Trump said the EU is "basically a vehicle for Germany" and reiterated his view that NATO is "obsolete."

Outgoing CIA chief rips into Trump on Russia threat

Jan 15, 2017
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Days before President elect Donald Trump's inauguration, CIA director John Brennan sharply criticizes future U.S. leader. Trump supporters fire back.

People planning to watch — or protest — Donald Trump's inauguration festivities this week should prepare to maneuver through lots of security, including thousands of law enforcement personnel, National Guard troops, fences, magnetometers and cement-laden trucks.

Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson outlined the massive security preparations during a briefing at the Multi Agency Communications Center at a secret location in Virginia.

Updated at 8 p.m. ET

Donald Trump lashed out at civil rights hero John Lewis on Twitter Saturday morning, a day after the Georgia Democratic congressman said in an interview he didn't view the president-elect as "legitimate" amid questions of Russia's interference in the U.S. elections.

Trump 'willing to work with Russia and China'

Jan 14, 2017
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US President-elect Donald Trump says he is willing to work with Russia and China, providing they cooperate.

The six faith leaders President-elect Donald Trump has invited to pray at his inauguration come from diverse backgrounds, but they have something in common: All have personal ties to Trump or his family or have in some way signaled their approval of him, his politics or his wealth.

Updated at 4 p.m. ET

The Justice Department's watchdog has launched a sweeping review of conduct by the FBI director and other department officials before the presidential election, following calls from Congress and members of the public.

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