Well, we know why, but we don't know why the show did what it did in the first place: "The production, whose lead producer is Scott Rudin, refused to provide tickets for one of the Tony nominators, Jose Antonio Vargas, and as a result, Tony officials pulled 1984’s eligibility. (Broadway sources, speaking on background because […]
Australia’s Deputy Prime Minister, Barnaby Joyce, was ruled as ineligible to remain in parliament by the nation’s High Court due to his dual New Zealand citizenship, in the process sending the country into political chaos as the ruling wipes out PM Turnbull's one seat parliamentary majority. Show More Summary
The so-called "Citizenship Seven" debacle has come to an end, with the High Court ruling that five MPs are ineligible due to holding dual citizenship - including Deputy Prime Minister Barnaby Joyce. Here's what you need to know. More »
SYDNEY (Reuters) - Australia's High Court ruled on Friday that Deputy Prime Minister Barnaby Joyce is ineligible to remain in parliament, a decision that has cost the coalition government its one-seat parliamentary majority.
SYDNEY (Reuters) - Australia's High Court is due to rule on Friday whether the deputy prime minister can remain in parliament as he held dual citizenship when elected. If he is found ineligible, Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull would lose his one seat majority.
Scrum-half Rhys Webb is surprised and disappointed he will be ineligible to play for Wales next season because of a new rule.
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North Carolina State says the NCAA has ruled freshman guard Braxton Beverly ineligible to play this season
Braxton Beverly originally committed to play basketball at Ohio State, and in May he started taking summer classes in Columbus ahead of his freshman season. It’s a totally normal thing for a college basketball player to do. But then Thad Matta resigned on June 5, and Beverly requested and received a release from his commitment from […]
This ruling is NCAA stupidity at its finest.
By Loretta Race on SwimSwam Per Swimming Tasmania, any swimmer not holding Australian citizenship will be deemed ineligible to claim Tasmanian titles or records posted at Tasmanian Championship events. Read the full story on SwimSwam: New Swimming Tasmania Rule Excludes Non-Citizens From Records, Relays
Could LaMelo's signature shoe violate NCAA rules, thus making him ineligible?
Bolivia has lost its appeal against forfeiting two World Cup qualifying games for fielding an ineligible player, a ruling that hurts Argentina's chances of qualifying
A Morgan State basketball player has taken his eligibility fight with the NCAA to the courtroom after he was ruled ineligible due to the way the NCAA determines a player’s eligibility clock. First, some background. The way that the NCAA’s five-year clock works is pretty simple: An athlete has five years to use four years […]
University of Central Florida placekicker Donald De La Haye had to choose between making YouTube videos and playing college football, and he chose YouTube. UCF announced Monday that De La Haye has been ruled ineligible to play for the school's team. Show More Summary
Back in June, Donald De La Haye, who plays football at the University of Central Florida, gained considerable media attention thanks to a conundrum he faced. As he explained, his athletic scholarship was in jeopardy because of his Deestroying...Show More Summary
Athletes can make YouTube videos, but they can't make money off sports videos.
Of all the many sagas over the years in which the NCAA has restricted athletes from doing things they totally should be allowed to do, the one involving Donald Da La Haye might be the weirdest. De La Haye, the kicker on the Central Florida...Show More Summary
Donald De La Haye won't be playing for UCF due to the benefits he receives from online videos
Houston (AFP) – French Guiana is under the microscope of disciplinary officials and may have to forfeit their Gold Cup match against Honduras after former French star Florent Malouda played on Tuesday despite being ruled ineligible.Show More Summary