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Clips' Rivers fined $15K for verbally abusing ref

Clips' Rivers fined $15K for verbally abusing ref

One incredible fourth-quarter comeback, one epic coaching meltdown and two overtimes later and the Nets finally snapped their seven-game losing streak with a wild 127-122 win over the mighty Clippers. 29, 2016, in NY. "He didn't know what we were talking about". DeAndre Jordan had 21 points and 23 rebounds in the loss, with Blake Griffin getting the night off for rest.



Trump's deal sets a bad precedent for the nation: #tellusatoday

Late last week United Corporation announced that it will not go ahead with the planned closure of the above mentioned manufacturing plant and that a few hundred jobs that were to be shifted to Mexico will now remain in Indiana. Trump, a prolific tweeter with about 15 million followers, needed six posts , each limited to 140 characters, to get out his message. Granted, it upsets me when companies lay off thousands of Americans to move jobs overseas to cut costs, but we can't bully them to ...



South Korean lawmakers delay presidential impeachment vote

President Park's recent announcement that she was willing to step down before the end of her five-year single term has at least temporarily thrown her opponents into a state of confusion regarding the way forward. "The sense of betrayal is so huge. because I trusted her so much", Kim Young-Rah, a 62-year-old housewife from Daegu, Park's hometown, said during a recent mass protest in Seoul .



Luck sharp as Colts crush Jets

The hit was so good it caught the attention of the entire Jets offence and brought about the most excited commentary from Westwood One radio callers Kevin Harlan and Boomer Esiason. A 3-9 coach with a four-game losing streak usually doesn't go to a newbie quarterback unless he feels confident about his job security. For the second time in three games, the Colts scored a touchdown on their first drive.



MI vote recount of presidential election results is underway; legal challenges loom

The Green Party says it's switching strategy in its bid to force a statewide recount of Pennsylvania's November 8 presidential election, won by Republican Donald Trump. Late Friday, Stein filed a lawsuit against Michigan's election officials to speed up the recount bid. Recount efforts are underway in Wisconsin and MI, and Stein said her campaign is taking its fight for a recount in Pennsylvania to federal court.