Earlier this year, when Brigham Young University's basketball team destroyed undefeated San Diego State, Jimmer Fredette knocked down 43 points. And his older brother TJ was watching from the sidelines.
TJ is a rapper, and one of his songs, "Amazing" is the song the sports world is talking about.
Thirty years ago this month, President Ronald Reagan took a bullet. His would-be assassin was John Hinckley Jr., who shot Reagan outside a Hilton in Washington, D.C., where the president had just spoken to an AFL-CIO lunch.
These events have been revisited often over the decades. But a new book by journalist Del Quentin Wilber seeks to redefine what we know about that day. The book is called Rawhide Down: The Near Assassination of Ronald Reagan. "Rawhide" was President Reagan's Secret Service code name.