I think it’s time for college athletes to get off the plantation. The Supreme Court agrees.

In a 9-0 decision, the U.S. Supreme Court has sided with college athletes who argued that the National Collegiate Athletic Association’s rules limiting student compensation was a violation of antitrust laws.   Three words: It’s about time. Not just because the NCAA’s century-old business model has grown increasingly exploitative as the money from television contracts…

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Top 5 Live-Friday April 3

Top 5 Live-WURD Friday April 3  1. Iran Reaches Framework Agreement With World Powers On Nuclear Program After years of multilateral negotiations, President Obama said that Iran and six world powers had come to a preliminary understanding about Iran’s nuclear program. Obama, whose administration began secret negotiations with Iran years ago, said that if fully…

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