'We're done': A&M's Fisher fires back at 'narcissist' Saban
Texas A&M coach Jimbo Fisher called Nick Saban a “narcissist” Thursday after the Alabama coach made “despicable” comments about the Aggies using name, image and likeness deals to land their top-ranked recruiting classes. Saban called out Texas A&M on Wednesday night for “buying” players. “I know the consequence is going to be difficult for the people who are spending tons of money to get players,” Saban said while speaking at an event in Birmingham, Alabama, to promote the World Games being held there in July.news.yahoo.com
Eye Opener: Fugitive captured, corrections officer dead after 11-day manhunt
Alabama corrections official Vicky White, who was on the run with escaped capital murder suspect Casey White, shot and killed herself as authorities caught up with the pair after more than a weeklong manhunt. Also, Russia launches missiles at a shopping mall. All that and all that matters in today's Eye Opener.news.yahoo.com
Biden celebrates Cinco de Mayo at the White House
President Joe Biden celebrated Cinco de Mayo Thursday by honoring the impact that Mexican Americans and other immigrant communities have had in the United States as he hosted a White House party with Mexico's first lady as the guest of honor. (May 5)news.yahoo.com
Alabama escaped inmate seen in new photos, as manhunt for missing correctional officer enters day 4
Alabama authorities released the most current photos of escaped murder suspect Casey White before a scheduled press conference on the fourth day since he and correction officer Vicky White left the Lauderdale County Jail on Friday headed to a courthouse and haven’t been seen or heard from since.news.yahoo.com
Amazon's first US union overcomes hurdles, faces new ones
A stunning upset in a union election on Staten Island had brought sudden exposure to the organizers and worker advocates who realized victory for the nascent Amazon Labor Union when so many other more established labor groups had failed before them.
As winter storm moves across US, ice becomes bigger concern
A major winter storm has left about 350,000 homes and businesses without power across the U.S. The multiday storm dumped more than a foot of snow in parts of the Midwest and caused a tornado in Alabama that killed one person and critically injured three others.