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LeBron James on Police Shooting Reward Challenge: ‘Zero Comment’

After two police officers were shot in the head and face as they sat in their cruiser nearly two weeks ago, Los Angeles County Sheriff Alex Villanueva challenged outspoken social justice advocate and NBA star LeBron James to match the reward for information leading to…

Vanessa Bryant Sues LA Sheriff Over Helicopter Crash Photos

LOS ANGELES—Vanessa Bryant, the widow of basketball star Kobe Bryant, has filed a lawsuit against the Los Angeles County sheriff claiming deputies shared unauthorized photos of the crash that killed her husband, their 13-year-old daughter, and seven others. After the Jan. 26 crash, reports surfaced…

Kanye West: ‘The Music Industry and the NBA Are Modern Day Slave Ships’

Kanye West has compared the music industry and the NBA to a “modern day slave ship,” saying that he won’t release any more new music under his current contract. The rapper, billionaire fashion mogul, and presidential candidate also declared himself the “new Moses” and compared…

‘LeBron Can You Help Us?’: BLM Protesters Block Buses Outside NBA Campus

LAKE BUENA VISTA, Fla. (AP) — A small number of protesters carrying signs and shouting into megaphones blocked at least two buses chartered by the NBA from briefly from entering the Walt Disney World campus on Saturday night, with the group saying it wanted LeBron…

NBA Players Kneel During National Anthem on Anniversary of September 11 Attacks

Players on four NBA teams knelt during the national anthem on Friday despite it being the anniversary of the Sept. 11, 2001, terror attacks. The Los Angeles Clippers game against the Denver Nuggets was followed by the Boston Celtics-Toronto Raptors match. Every player across the…

Who You’re Reading When You Read Haruki Murakami

Books are a product unlike most others. Novelists are not iPhones. The new doesn’t render the old obsolete. No matter how much you loved Sally Rooney, you would not suggest that because of her, Oscar Wilde is history. An adoration of Emma Cline would not…

College Leaders Should Have Seen This Coming

On August 16, dozens upon dozens of students wrap around the barrier in front of Gallettes, a local haunt in Tuscaloosa. It’s the end of formal sorority recruitment at the University of Alabama. One student smirks; his eyes are covered by sunglasses, but no mask…

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