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Everything you need to know about the sneaker wars raging inside March Madness

Nike is losing its commanding lead over competitors like Adidas and Under Armour, Racked reports.

Source: Racked

Ex-DHS official on UK terror arrests: Lone wolf attackers can still have support

"There is often a support mechanism and a terrorist doesn't usually act totally as a lone wolf," Jack Tomarchio tells CNBC.

Source: CNBC.com

London attacker may not have acted as 'lone wolf': Expert

Jack Tomarchio, former DHS official, talks about the deadly attack in London and the difficulty in preventing these attacks in a free society. It's not just an immigrant issue, says Tomarchio.

Source: CNBC.com

Not lone wolf attack, but a pattern

Anthony Shaffer at the London Center for Policy Research says repeated "lone wolves" attacks suggest perpetrators are no longer acting alone.

Source: CNBC.com

Neil Gorsuch's confirmation hearings: 5 things to watch for this week

Here are five things to watch for during the next three days as Gorsuch, and his supporters and detractors, testify under oath.

Source: USA Today

Who is Neil Gorsuch? A guide to the Supreme Court nominee

Neil Gorsuch could be the 113th justice of the Supreme Court in less than three weeks. But most Americans still don't know much about him.

Source: USA Today

Political dogfight over Supreme Court finally reaches Senate

Gorsuch will face Democrats concerned about his conservative credentials and angry about refusal to consider Obama's choice, USA Today reports.

Source: USA Today

'Althleisure' shoe fashion for work

Justin Schneider, Wolf & Shepherd founder, discusses the technology of sports footwear for the office.

Source: CNBC.com

Activate CEO: Snap describing itself as a photography company

Michael Wolf, Activate CEO talks about Snap's IPO and why he would be a buyer of the stock at the offering despite the fact it will unlikely become bigger than Facebook.

Source: CNBC.com