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The Wizards' Two Most Important Players Don't Like Each Other, But It's Cool

43 minutes agoSports : Deadspin

“I think a lot of times we have a tendency to dislike each other on the court.” That’s Washington point guard John Wall, talking to CSN’s Chris Miller about Bradley Beal, whom the Wizards signed to a five-year, $128 million contract this past July. Show More Summary

John Wall and Bradley Beal Don't Like Each Other, and the Wizards Are Screwed

3 hours agoSports : The Big Lead

The Washington Wizards are coming off such a disastrous season that they didn’t even warrant a look from DC-area native Kevin Durant (...)

Children Of The American Police State: Just Another Brick In The Wall

Submitted by John Whitehead via The Rurtherford Institute, We don’t need no education We don’t need no thought controlNo dark sarcasm in the classroomTeachers leave them kids alone…All in all it’s just another brick in the wallAll in...Show More Summary

John Wall and Bradley Beal ‘Have A Tendency To Dislike Each Other On The Court,’ According to Wall

"We got to be able to put that to the side." The post John Wall and Bradley Beal ‘Have A Tendency To Dislike Each Other On The Court,’ According to Wall appeared first on SLAMonline.

John Wall, Bradley Beal Comment on On-Court Relationship

The Washington Wizards' hopes of getting back into the playoffs rest heavily on the shoulders of John Wall and Bradley Beal, so it's important the two guards are on the same page. In an interview with CSN Mid-Atlantic's Chris Miller (via J. Show More Summary

WGN America Picks Up ‘Black Wall Street’ From ‘Underground’ EPs & Tika Sumpter

EXCLUSIVE: With Season 2 of Underground about to go into production, WGN America and Get Lifted Film Co. are deepening their relationship on American hidden history with another series. The John Legend, Mike Jackson and Ty Stiklorious...Show More Summary

John Wall: ‘I’m Hopeful That I’m Ready For The Opening Of The Season’

Wall underwent surgery on both knees in May. The post John Wall: ‘I’m Hopeful That I’m Ready For The Opening Of The Season’ appeared first on SLAMonline.

IEX's 'Flash Boys' exchange goes live, aims to disrupt market

By John McCrank NEW YORK (Reuters) - IEX Group, the upstart trading venue featured in Michael Lewis's book "Flash Boys: A Wall Street Revolt," began operations as a public stock exchange on Friday after more than 2-1/2 years as an off-exchange trading platform. Show More Summary

Found: A 300-Year Old Shoe Meant To Ward Off Evil Spirits

Shoes like this might have been good luck if hidden inside the walls. (Photo: Edmund Patrick/CC BY-SA 3.0) Maintenence workers at Cambridge University were just trying to run some new electrical cables in the walls of St. John’s College, when they stumbled upon a 300-year old shoe hidden in the wall. Show More Summary

Not ‘Ransom’ – ‘Leverage’? Fox’s James Rosen Grills State Dept Spox Over $400M Iran Payment

5 days agoNews : Mediaite

At the State Department briefing Thursday morning, Fox’s James Rosen grilled Department spokesperson John Kirby over a report in the Wall Street Journal that the $400 million payment to Iran had been contingent on the release of American prisoners — in apparent contradiction to what Kirby had told reporters weeks ago. When Rosen asked repeatedly […]

When Should You Retire a Lucky Lure? Here Are a Few Pointers

Photo by Cliff Gardiner & John Keller Wall Worthy: The ­battered Phantom Softail glide bait that hooked the author’s first muskie. Every serious angler I know has at least one retired lure or fly stuck on a pegboard in the basement, on a shelf in the man cave, or dangling from the garage rafters. Show More Summary

Will Elizabeth Warren Stymie Clinton’s Pro-Big Finance Campaign Promises?

A Financial Times reporter who is clearly no Elizabeth Warren fan says that the Massachusetts senator will be able to thwart Hillary Clinton’s Wall Street backers who expect to regulatory breaks if she becomes President. As John Dizard wrote over the weekend: Cynics, including most of the US public, figure that Wall Street will have […]

Voter Fraud Guru John Fund

John Fund has been beating the voter-fraud drum for years. He is doing so again in the wake of Donald Trump’s “rigged election” comment in right-wing publications like the National Review and Wall Street Journal editorial page. Mr. Fund’s latest effort is instructive in how he spins his particular brand of sophistry. Take his recent column on National [...]Show More Summary

55 Years Ago: Did JFK Actually Welcome the Berlin Wall?

Next to "ask not what your country can do for you," President John F. Kennedy's most frequently cited statement surely is something he spoke not even in English: "Ich bin ein Berliner." He said this during his first visit to dividedShow More Summary

Attack the family of a war hero? John McCain can live with that.

Here's Sen. John McCain "strongly rebuking" (the Wall Street Journal's interpretation) Donald Trump over his attacks on the parents of Army Capt. Humayun Khan, who was killed in Iraq in 2004 protecting his unit: "It is time for Donald Trump to set the example for our country and the future of the Republican Party. Show More Summary

Scott Brooks Says John Wall, Bradley Beal 'Could Be Top 2-Way Backcourt' in NBA

Ahead of his first season as Washington Wizards head coach, Scott Brooks is feeling quite confident about his young, gifted guard tandem of John Wall and Bradley Beal. In an interview with The Vertical's Chris Mannix on Tuesday, Brooks...Show More Summary

John Malone's Liberty Media goes fishing for Pandora; floats $3.4 billion offer

DENVER — John Malone and Greg Maffei -- chieftains of Liberty Media Corp. -- evidently have been listening to Pandora and they like what they hear. The Wall Street Journal reports that Maffei recently floated an offer of about $15 a share for music-streaming company Pandora Media Inc. Show More Summary

Freewheeling Trump has backed down on only one issue. Guess which one

Donald Trump has taken heretical positions on countless issues, from a border wall to John McCain's heroism to barring Muslim immigrants, and not backed down. Except for Israel. He said he'd be neutral on the conflict in February, but dropped that stance entirely. Such is the power of the Israel lobby.

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