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NBA postpones Lakers game as players mourn the loss of legend Kobe Bryant

NBA postpones Lakers game as players mourn the loss of legend Kobe Bryant

The National Basketball Association has announced that Tuesday night’s Los Angeles Lakers game versus the Los Angeles Clippers has been postponed. “The decision was made out of respect for the Lakers organization, which is deeply grieving the tragic loss of Lakers legend Kobe Bryant, his daughter Gianna and seven other people in a helicopter crash…MORE

Washington Post criticized for suspending reporter over Kobe Bryant tweets

Washington Post criticized for suspending reporter over Kobe Bryant tweets

The Washington Post was criticized on Monday for placing one of its reporters on administrative leave after she generated controversy for a series of tweets posted in the wake of Kobe Bryant’s death. The reporter, Felicia Sonmez, faced a fierce backlash online after she tweeted a 2016 Daily Beast story — just hours following news…MORE

Memorials honoring Kobe and Gianna Bryant are popping up all over the world

Memorials honoring Kobe and Gianna Bryant are popping up all over the world

A mural of Kobe Bryant and his daughter Gianna smiling appeared in Los Angeles less than 24 hours after they died in a tragic helicopter crash. Nine people died Sunday in a helicopter crash in Calabasas, California, including the basketball icon, 41, and his 13-year-old daughter. Artist Jules Muck painted the mural of Kobe and…MORE

Hunter Biden agrees to pay child support in paternity case settlement

Hunter Biden agrees to pay child support in paternity case settlement

Hunter Biden has agreed to pay monthly child support to an Arkansas woman, court documents filed Monday show, in a temporary settlement reached just days before he was scheduled for a mandatory court appearance to explain why he hadn’t provided financial documents in his ongoing paternity case. Monday’s agreement comes after Lunden Alexis Roberts filed…MORE

Ex-DC councilman starts campaign for his old job 10 days after resigning

Ex-DC councilman starts campaign for his old job 10 days after resigning

A disgraced former Washington, DC, council member will run for his Ward 2 council seat again, according to the city’s Board of Elections database. Jack Evans resigned just 10 days ago amid ethics violations related to the Democrat’s outside employment as a lawyer and consultant and how that conflicted with his position on the council.…MORE