Every day that 91-year-old Gene McGehee steps outside his house in Vidalia, La., he discovers a bunch of kids from the day care across the street, eager to include him in their fun. And because McGehee has severe dementia, every day brings a wonder of discovery. Steve Hartman reports on how youth brings sunlight to the elderly living in shadows.
A Tottenham win could put them as high as third after a run of just one win in their last six games. Gareth Bale is on the bench again. Follow live with ESPN.
Trump retains overwhelming support from Republican voters in the final days of his term, an NBC News poll shows.
In Brownsville, Texas, two Mexican restaurants are pushing the envelope of what a corn tortilla can envelop, and an award-winning cafe cooks barbacoa the old-fashioned way.
Hosted by Jane Pauley, who sits down for a two-part interview with Vice President-Elect Kamala Harris and her husband, Douglas Emhoff. Plus: John Dickerson looks at the challenges facing Joe Biden as he is sworn in as the 46th President; David Martin examines the security measures being taken for the inauguration; Jim Axelrod meets comedian Sarah Cooper, who found overnight success with her lip-sync videos of President Trump; Lee Cowan examines free speech on social media; Rita Braver reviews the second impeachment of Donald Trump; and Mo Rocca delves into the little-known story of Charles Curtis, the first Native American vice president.
Suarez’s schedule and phone have blown up since he accidentally launched a Twitter campaign to make Miami the latest innovation hub in early December.
What to watch for in every game. Bold predictions. Key stats to know. And, of course, score predictions. It’s all here for each game.
“The Federal Government will have executed more than three times as many people in the last six months than it had in the previous six decades,” Sotomayor dissented. “…This is not justice.”
Mega Millions estimated its next top prize would be $850 million, which would be the third-largest of all time.
Marshall is expected to hire Alabama associate head coach/running backs coach Charles Huff as its new head coach, sources confirmed to ESPN on Saturday.