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The judge indicated at the end of Thursday's session that he found the money trail murky for all but about $700,000 of cash
--Comedian Dave Chappelle shares his thoughts on former Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling losing ownership of the
Donald Sterling had me by the hand. You know that thing elderly women do where they grab the top of your hand with just their
Finally, Race and Racism in 2014 Rule Number Four: once an objective white person or camera corroborates what people of color
King claims she complained about Sterling's racism and sexual harassment, but says he "retaliated" against her protests by
Adrian Wojnarowski of Yahoo! Sports reported that Sterling is also considering legal action to stop the sale of the team
What if in 1981, when Sterling first bought into the league, the NBA commissioner had been African-American? Would a black NBA commissioner have specially sensed exactly who Sterling was? It could have happened.
Secretary of State John Kerry urged Yale University graduates on Sunday to keep faith in government's ability to break gridlock
Johnson, the NBA Hall of Famer turned entrepreneur, was thrust into the news because part of Sterling's racist rant on the
This is an opportunity for the NBA to do more than silence one racist owner. It's time to change the ownership paradigm.
Perhaps the oddest part of Donald Sterling's interview with CNN's Anderson Cooper was the way he unloaded on Magic Johnson
Sure, Sterling deserves all the punishments he's getting. But we should also be thanking him. Because his actions teach us three things.
Asked if he thought racism was a problem in America, Sterling said "I don't think so, I think it's better than any place
Historically, a major part of the struggle for civil rights has been a preoccupation with making white people like us.
CNN's Anderson Cooper talked to Donald Sterling on Sunday. The interview, the first since Sterling was banned from the league
In new audio obtained exclusively by Radar Online, a “defiant” Donald Sterling says that he is not a racist, and that he has no plans to sell the Los Angeles Clippers, despite his being banned for life by NBA commissioner Adam Silver.
Now, more than ever, the Jewish ethical concept of shmirat Halashon, "Guarding your tongue" is a necessity for every one of us.
That's precisely why racism holds on within America. In the privacy of our homes, clubs, and offices -- and in the tradeoff of philanthropy and what we perceive as the greater good -- we ignore our values, dismiss and rationalize them.
When asked to describe their relationship, Stiviano said she's Sterling's "everything -- his confidant, his best friend, his
An African-American owner, or ownership group, of a team in the nation's second major media and sports market in the nation will be tantamount to an economic emancipation for black sports ownership.