He answered over 30 questions about several topics, including his handling of the North Korea ... and his relationship with Attorney General Jeff Sessions. Trump sat in the room with Vice President Mike Pence; his National Security adviser, H.R. McMaster.
That doesn't mean it's not a topic of discussion for others and the Oakland running ... Lynch told Del Rio he has sat during the anthem his entire career, but it made headlines this year because of the country's current racial strife.
Friday marks the one-year anniversary of music legend Prince’s death, and while the “Purple Rain” musician may be gone, many, many questions still remain ... Read on for TheWrap’s update on the unresolved issues surrounding Prince’s death.
The SAT covers three topics -- critical reading, math and writing -- but breaks them up into 10 sections. The ACT has a science section, and the SAT does not. The science questions don't require in-depth knowledge of biology or chemistry. Instead.
The reporter who first brought up the topic called it “the elephant in the room.” Before the man could finish his question, Lynch said ... Seattle Seahawks defensive end Michael Bennett sat during the national anthem for the second consecutive.
Most parents know to have any chance at acceptance to elite schools like Harvard and MIT, students need to get high scores on the ACT or SAT. But there are so many questions about how ... not have studied some of these topics for years.
Chin up, I sat down at my laptop to write about weight gain ... Not bloggers, I thought. As I waded into every topic of importance for a future parent — pregnancy, birth, infant care, early childhood education and schooling all the way up to college.
Three questions as the Seahawks prepare for their third preseason ... A: Regardless of one’s views on players sitting or kneeling for the anthem, it figures to be a newsworthy topic each week — and possibly increasingly so if more players take part.
Some say gender-biased questions can distract students during the exam. Of course, according the College Board website that millions of students have used to prepare for the exam, “there are no shortcuts to success on the SAT essay.” And the country.
A look back reveals how the SAT needle has shifted over time—from ... a 25-minute, 20-question, calculator-verboten section (then a break) followed by a 55-minute, 38-question, calculator-friendly finale. The scope of math topics will narrow considerably.