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A group of House Republicans are trying to do something unusual. They want to force a vote on immigration legislation even over the objections of their own party leaders.

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Reports Call For Change At NCAA

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If anyone knows about college sports, it's Kylia Carter. She played basketball for Ole Miss, and now her son Wendell is one of the hottest prospects in the NBA draft. This week, Kylia Carter was invited to a conference about reforming the NCAA, and she did not mince her words.

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Editor's note: This story includes a description of a sexual act.

Steven Lopez, the most decorated taekwondo athlete in history, has been temporarily barred from representing the United States on the international stage.

The 39-year-old has won three Olympic medals — including two golds — and five World Championships. At least five women have accused him and his brother Jean Lopez of sexual misconduct.

On Sunday night, the Tampa Bay Lightning defeated the Boston Bruins to head to the NHL's Eastern Conference Finals.

And nobody licked anybody.

That was not a guarantee. Bruins left wing Brad Marchand licked opposing players twice this postseason.

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