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Donald Sterling gets lifetime ban, $2.5 million fine from NBA

USA TODAY - 27 Apr 2014
NEW YORK — Denouncing Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling's racist comments in strong language, NBA Commissioner Adam Silver announced the league has banned Sterling for life and fined him $2.5 million. "The central findings of the ...
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A Reporter Faces The Issue: To Stand or Kneel?

The Sweet Science - 21 Oct 2017
If the NBA can fine Kobe Bryant for calling a fan a “faggot” and force Donald Sterling to sell the Los Angeles Clippers because of his racist remarks, I assume there are circumstances under which a sports league can legally penalize players for ...
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LeBron James Leads NBA in Trump Criticism

Wall Street Journal - 25 Sep 2017
In his first year as commissioner, Silver had by then taken decisive action of his own, responding to the racist comments of Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling by giving him a lifetime ban from the NBA. The punishment reflected the simmering ...
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The Trumpification of John Kelly

Vanity Fair - 20 Oct 2017
All senior White House staffers duty-bound to serve President Donald Trump have, at one point in their tenure, stood in front of a crowd of reporters and delivered untruths to cover for their boss—a ritualistic torching of their integrity, as it were ...
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The Latest: Trump urges House GOP to pass budget fast

Houston Chronicle - 22 Oct 2017
STERLING, Va. (AP) — The Latest on President Donald Trump. (all times local):. 5:24 p.m.. President Donald Trump has urged House Republicans to move swiftly on passing the budget during a conference call, clearing the way for what he called an ...
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Will USC Accept Harvey Weinstein's Women's Program Donation?

Hollywood Reporter - 06 Oct 2017
Several universities cut ties with Bill Cosby after his sexual assault allegations came to light, while UCLA canceled a $3 million pledge for kidney research from former Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling when his racist remarks became public.

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