This combination of Associated Press File photos, show from left, Sanford I. Weill, of Travelers, and John S. Reed of Citicorp shaking hands in New York, Monday, April 6, 1998, and right, former White House intern Monica Lewinsky in Philadelphia, also on Monday, April 6, 1998. On April 6, 1998, the Dow first closed above 9,000, after Citicorp announced combining with insurer Travelers Group, igniting the megabank era now blamed in part for the financial crisis. On the same day, Monica Lewinsky's lawyer said special prosecutor Kenneth Starr should wrap up his investigation of President Bill Clinton and "get a life". (AP Photo/File)
Greg Hansen's Video Notebook...why Rondae Hollis-Jefferson could be a top 10 draft pick next year
Star columnist Greg Hansen and sports reporter Zack Rosenblatt talk about Arizona basketball player Rondae Hollis-Jefferson's decision to stay for another season of UA hoops and his goal of being a top 10 NBA draft pick before the end of his college career.