Clemson held on late to knock off No. 3 Duke 79-72 at Littlejohn Coliseum on Tuesday.
John: Who to believe??? Kelly's bio: Kelly graduated magna cum laude from Harvard University in 1993, with degrees in Government and French Literature. As a senior editor at The Harvard Crimson, she covered the 1992 Presidential election, including Bill Clinton's inauguration. In 1995 she completed her masters in European Studies at Cambridge University (Emmanuel College) in England. Career Kelly's first post-college job was reporting on local politics for her hometown newspaper, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution. After graduate school in Cambridge, England, and internships at the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) in Scotland and London, Kelly joined the Boston team that launched the radio news magazine The World, a joint venture between the BBC and Public Radio International. The following year, Kelly moved back to the UK, working as a host, foreign correspondent and senior producer for the BBC World Service, and as a producer at CNN in London. Kelly reported from the Afghan-Pakistan border, radical Hamburg mosques, Kosovo refugee camps and the deck of an aircraft carrier. At the BBC, she covered the peace talks that ended decades of violence in Northern Ireland. In 2001, Kelly returned to the United States to join NPR in Washington. For three years, she edited NPR's evening newsmagazine, All Things Considered. The NPR website described her as a "bad-ass babe on breaking news". In 2004, Kelly launched NPR's intelligence beat. She reported on spy agencies such as the Central Intelligence Agency, the Defense Intelligence Agency, and the National Security Agency. In 2005, Kelly became the first reporter to interview Gary Schroen, the CIA operative who was dropped into Afghanistan in the aftermath of the September 11 attacks with a six-man team and a directive to bring back the head of Bin Laden. In 2006, Kelly broke the news of the CIA's secret decision to disband the unit aimed at hunting Osama Bin Laden. That story caused an uproar and led to the Senate voting on September 8, 2006, to reinstate the unit. From January 2009 to 2011, Kelly was National Public Radio's senior Pentagon correspondent, reporting on defense and foreign policy issues. As part of NPR's national security team, Kelly covered the Obama administration's approach to the wars in Afghanistan and the Iraq War. She also focused on how the U.S. projected its military power elsewhere in the world; how the U.S. reacted to, and dealt with, the emerging global military muscle of countries such as China; and the way in which U.S. foreign policy goals are often sought, and sometimes achieved, through defense and Intelligence agency channels. From 2011 to 2014, Kelly focused on writing novels, and raising her sons, moving twice to live in Florence, Italy. Pompeo's: bio Plus the fact that the administration he belongs to will be in line to receive the Guinness world record for the most lies told to its citizens!!! Michael Richard Pompeo (/pɒmˈpeɪoʊ/; born December 30, 1963) is an American politician and attorney who, since April 2018, has served as 70th United States secretary of state. He is a former United States Army officer and was Director of the Central Intelligence Agency from January 2017 until April 2018. Pompeo was a member of the United States House of Representatives from 2011 to 2017, representing Kansas's 4th congressional district. He was a Kansas representative on the Republican National Committee and member of the Italian American Congressional Delegation. Pompeo is also a member of the Tea Party movement within the Republican Party. In 2010 - In the general election, Pompeo defeated Democratic nominee Raj Goyle, a member of the Kansas House of Representatives. Pompeo received 59% of the vote (117,171 votes) to 36% for Goyle (71,866). During Pompeo's campaign, its affiliated Twitter account shared, then deleted, a link to an article calling Rep Raj Goyle, his Cleveland, Ohio-born, Indian-American opponent a "turban topper" who "could be a muslim, a hindu, a buddhist etc who knows".