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News Story of the Day
Updated May 24, 02:58 PM
TRENTON, N.J. (AP) — Born to an electrical engineer, and later a precocious and dashing young man who attained an Ivy League education, John Nash seemed destined for a life of stunning success. That he achieved, winning a Nobel Prize in 1994, but not without a struggle with mental illness that would make him a household name even more so than his achievements in mathematics. Nash had read the ...
Sports Story of the Day
Updated May 24, 06:12 PM
HOUSTON (AP) — Golden State coach Steve Kerr described Stephen Curry's performance Saturday night simply. "Steph was Steph," Kerr said. Indeed. The MVP did what he does best, using his extraordinary 3-point shooting to power a 40-point game and the Warriors made it look easy against Houston, beating the Rockets 115-80 to take a 3-0 lead in the Western Conference finals. "He's had a brilliant ...