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- Can a No. 16 beat a No. 1? At least two teams think so
- Two of this year's No. 1 seeds — North Carolina, the top seed in the East, and Virginia, No. 1 in the Midwest — face the challenge of avoiding that dubious distinction in the same building on Thursday when the Cavaliers play Hampton at 3:10 p.
- Lewis Hamilton says he has no answers regarding New Zealand bike selfie
- Formula One world champion Lewis Hamilton refused to answer questions over his controversial bike selfie in New Zealand when he appeared at an FIA press conference at Albert Park on Thursday.
- March Madness: Want to pick an NCAA tournament upset? Target No. 11 seeds.
- The one section of the bracket where most people look for an upset is in the round of 64 when a No. 5 seed faces off against a No. 12 seed.
- Holy Cross holds off Southern, faces stiff test in No. 1 Oregon
- Holy Cross opened up a 12-point lead by the under-four minute timeout in the first half, but a Southern run left the Jaguars down by only five as the teams headed to the locker room.
- Bebe Rexha Enlists Nicki Minaj for 'No Broken Hearts' Single: Listen
- The song premiered Wednesday (March 16) on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show. Rexha has writing credits on tracks for Eminem, Tinashe and most recently on G-Eazy's breakout hit “Me, Myself & I.” Her latest single is all about reveling in the moment.
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