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Shocking moment cruel mother KICKS her baby daughter as she lies on the ground because she won’t stop crying

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This is the heartbreaking moment a mother is seen throwing and kicking her toddler daughter down a flight of steps.

The footage, captured in the Guangdong province of southeast China, shows the woman yelling at the crying infant as she beats her with her foot against a tiled floor.

***** WARNING – DISTURBING VIDEO *****

The twenty six-second-long clip was filmed by an onlooker around 3pm on February 24 and later posted to social media.

Following its release, Beijiao Police confirmed that the mother was given a verbal warning and the toddler didn’t sustain any identifiable injuries.

The 27-year-old mother, surnamed Chen, is said to be from central China’s Hubei.

In the short footage, she is heard yelling ‘Still crying?’ to her baby girl who is wearing a red beanie.

She then coldly kicks the child on the floor, leaving her hitting the stone steps.

The video was uploaded to weibo by a witness with the title ‘Song Ge has a word’ on February 26.

Beijiao Police department investigated the case and managed to track Chen down.

The mother told police officers that she had been under a lot of stress recently and she was finding it difficult to control her emotions.

When her baby wouldn’t stop crying, she lashed out but she later said she greatly regretted her actions.

Beijiao police said medics gave the baby the all-clear and she is now under the care of her grandparents.

READ MORE – http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-4264140/Cruel-mother-KICKS-baby-girl-won-t-stop-crying.html

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Oscars won’t be last we see of O.J. Simpson in 2017

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1OJ Gets Out Soon

The next film you see of O.J. Simpson is likely to be the footage of him leaving prison.

Fascination with the disgraced Hall of Famer remains strong, as evidenced by a documentary about him winning an Oscar on Sunday night. That is not to be confused with the television series that dominated the Emmys last fall.

Twenty-some years after the so-called “Trial of the Century,” he remains everywhere and nowhere, a powerful persona with no physical presence. But that is about to change: Sometime this year, Simpson is likely to become a free man for the first time in nearly a decade.

“I’ve known people that have served time with him up there and he has a good reputation for getting along and doing what’s right,” said Gregory Knapp, a former prosecutor in Las Vegas who is now a criminal defense attorney.

“I can’t imagine any possibility of him being denied parole.”

Simpson is not serving time for the murders of his ex-wife and her friend; he was acquitted of criminal charges in 1995 but was later found liable for their deaths in civil court. Instead, it was an armed confrontation with memorabilia collectors in 2007 that landed him in a medium-security prison in a remote corner of northwestern Nevada.

Sentenced from nine to 33 years for armed robbery and kidnapping, Simpson was already granted parole three years ago on five of the charges. The remainder, which include enhancements for use of weapons, meant he was not be eligible for release until this year, with a parole hearing being held as early as July.

But that decision in his previous parole hearing gives a good indication of why Simpson is likely to be freed in October.

The Nevada Board of Parole Commissioners uses an 11-item checklist to assess an inmate’s risk, assigning points based on each answer. An inmate who was employed full-time for more than a year at the time of their arrest gets zero points, for example, while someone who was unemployed gets two points. Being under 21 is worth two points while those 41 or older – Simpson will be 70 on July 9 – can subtract a point. The fewer points an inmate amasses, the less risk he or she is. Simpson totaled three points on his last assessment, putting him in the low-risk category, and that’s not likely to have changed.

The commissioners will ask about Simpson’s job at the prison – he works in the gym, cleaning equipment and supervising other inmates – and how well he has adapted. Three years ago, Simpson described himself as a model prisoner, someone who tried to help others stay out of trouble.

“Because, I guess, my age, guys come to me,” Simpson said during the July 2013 hearing. “I’m sure the powers here know that I advise a lot of guys. And I like to feel that I’ve kept a lot of trouble from happening since I’ve been here by getting involved in some conflicts that some of the individuals here have had.”

Mostly, though, Knapp said, the parole board will want to see remorse, an indication that Simpson will not be a threat to his victims or anyone else if he’s released. That Simpson has already expressed that – “I am sorry for what has happened,” he said three years ago. “… I just wish I’d have never gone to that room.” – makes the decision this time around that much easier.

Simpson needs at least four of the seven commissioners to vote for parole in order to be freed. Nevada’s grant rate is about 52%.

“Without a criminal history, as long as he’s been behaving himself, I think he’s going to do really well,” Knapp said.

And then what?

Though he still owes $33.5 million to the families of Nicole Brown and Ronald Goldman, Simpson can continue to shield many of his assets. His NFL pension, estimated by Sports Illustrated to be worth as much as $25,000 a month, is protected by law from creditors.

Simpson is free to live where he wants – provided his post-prison plans are approved by Nevada’s Division of Parole and Probation and the state where he wants to move. He had moved to Florida before he was imprisoned because laws there prevented his house from being seized.

Regardless of when he is released or where he goes after, one thing is certain: It will all play out in front of the cameras. Where O.J. Simpson is concerned, the chase never ends.

READ MORE: http://www.usatoday.com/story/sports/columnist/nancy-armour/2017/02/27/oj-simpson-parole-nevada-nicole-brown-ronald-goldman-oscars/98502918/

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Half Of All Life May Be Extinct Within A Century

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1Amazing Findings

Things are looking pretty bleak right now. It’s thought that the planet has lost around half of its wildlife in the last 40 years, as numbers are frequently decimated. But if you thought that the world’s creatures might be able to catch a break, you’re sadly mistaken. Biologists have now announced that by the end of the century it is likely that 50 percent of all species will face extinction.

This prediction was announced as biologists, conservationists, and economists gathered at the Vatican for a conference on “How To Save the Natural World on Which We Depend.” It may seem slightly odd that the Catholic Church is hosting such a symposium, but Pope Francis has been incredibly vocal about the responsibility that the planet’s 1.2 billion Roman Catholics have towards protecting the environment from destruction and climate change.

“The living fabric of the world… is slipping through our fingers without our showing much sign of caring,” write the Pontifical Academy of Sciences, who organized the conference. In fact, during the Pope’s 2015 encyclical, which is the papal letter sent to all bishops, he mentions how destroying the world’s environments and altering its climate is a “sin against ourselves and a sin against God,” while going on to have a whole section dedicated to pollution and climate change.

Over the 3.7 billion years that there has been life on the rock we call Earth, it has weathered five major extinction events. The worst of these, aptly called the Great Dying, saw roughly 96 percent of all life obliterated, while the last event is the one that caused the demise of the dinosaurs and the rise of mammals.

It is now thought that we are well and truly into a sixth mass extinction event. But rather than being driven solely by climate or geological activity, this event is different: It is being caused by us. Species go extinct all the time, at a natural rate of around five or so year. But since we have been cutting down forests, pumping carbon into the atmosphere, and dredging trillions of fish from the seas, this rate has ramped up to between 1,000 and 10,000 that natural rate.

This has lead biologists to suggest that if nothing changes and everything continues as normal, man-made climate change coupled with intense activities such as logging and mining will mean that half of every single species living on this planet will be balancing on the brink of survival. They highlight not only the charismatic tigers and pandas but the microorganisms, plants, and fungi that will also be wiped from the Earth.

There is, however, one controvertible measure that is sure to divide the church from the scientists, namely that of population control, with the Pope still staunchly anti-contraception.

READ MORE: http://www.iflscience.com/plants-and-animals/half-of-all-life-may-be-extinct-within-a-century/

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Storm Chasers Unite to Give Bill Paxton an Epic Tribute

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1RIP Bill Paxton

Storm chasers combined forces this afternoon to pay tribute to a man who put them on the map by literally putting his initials on their maps. Hundreds of professionals and enthusiasts are checking in to form the letters “BP” with their GPS coordinates.

Paxton reportedly died on Saturday due to complications following heart surgery. He was just 61-years-old.

Like Paxton’s character in the 1996 blockbuster Twister, storm chasers grabbed their gear and hit the road to mark the coordinates that would draw out an epic tribute to the prolific actor.

Coordinating through Facebook groups, the mourners placed their Spotter Network markers in apps like RadarScope Pro.

It was a small thank you to the actor who considerably raised the national profile of storm chasers when he played one in Twister. While Paxton had spent years playing supporting characters in films like Apollo 13, Near Darkand Aliens, it was Twister that made him a household name.

Just before his death, Paxton was set to reprise his role as Master Sergeant Farell in an upcoming sequel to Edge of Tomorrow. The director of that film, Doug Liman, spoke to the New York Daily News today. He said Paxton was in great spirits recently, “Even facing major surgery, his optimism for the future was infectious.”

Unfortunately, Paxton won’t be coming back. But the audience has his previous roles, the storm chasers have his inspiration and those who knew him remember him fondly. “Bill Paxton could play any role, but he was best at being Bill – a great human being with a huge heart. My thoughts are with his family,” Arnold Schwarzenegger tweeted.

READ MORE: http://gizmodo.com/storm-chasers-unite-to-give-bill-paxton-an-epic-tribute-1792765560

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Here’s how the worst flub in Oscar history went down

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1Oooops!!!

Oscar got it wrong, wrong, soooo wrong. The presenters announced the wrong Best Picture; Moonlight was the winner, not La La Land.

It was the biggest, most embarrassing, most awkward mistake in the history of the Academy Awards, played out before an audience of millions watching on TV and a theater full of stars standing, stunned, mouths agape, as a chaotic scene unfolded on stage at the Dolby Theaterafter midnight ET.

USA TODAY’s Bryan Alexander and Carly Mallenbaum give their observations on the Oscar Best Picture mixup. Robert Hanashiro, USA TODAY

How could it happen?

USA TODAY had reporters stationed in all parts of the theater. Here’s what we know:

On stage:

Warren Beatty and Faye Dunaway were presenting but looked lost. When he opened the envelope, he paused…a long few seconds. He looked at Dunaway, puzzled. She took the envelope, read it, paused, and said, “La La Land.”

Up came the cast and crew of the much-heralded film. They started making their acceptance speeches.

Backstage:

As the La La Land filmmakers take the stage to accept best picture, the accountant from PriceWaterhouseCoopers jumped up and said, “He (Beatty) took the wrong envelope!” and goes running onstage. Craziness breaks out. No one knows how Beatty got the best actress envelope instead of the best picture envelope.

“Oh, my God. Moonlight won, Moonlight won,” a stagehand says, her hands on her head.

On stage:

After receiving a rousing hurrah from the crowd, Jordan Horowitz, the producer of La La Land, took the mic, waving one finger in the air and saying, “Sorry, guys, hold on. There’s a mistake. Moonlight, you guys won Best Picture. This is not a joke.”

He held up the card and the camera came in close: It said Moonlight and its producers’ name.

After confirming Moonlight was the rightful best-picture winner, the Oscars crowd erupted into cheers. Beatty took the mic again to explain the flub.

“I wanted to tell you what happened. I opened the envelope, and it said, “Emma Stone, La La Land,” that’s why I took such a long look at Faye, and at you, I wasn’t trying to be funny.”

Host Jimmy Kimmel was beside himself but tried to joke. “Warren, what did you do?!” He said what happened was “very unfortunate. Personally, I blame Steve Harvey for this.” (Harvey’s notorious for naming the wrong Miss Universe winner in 2015.)

On the mezzanine,

Audible gasps escaped from the mezzanine, with Oscars guests turning to each other and whispering, “What?” Onlookers looked deflated; they were mostly La La Land die-hards. Only a handful stood and clapped when Moonlight was announced as the rightful winner. The mood was in stark contrast to what was going on in the lower level where the applause was strong.

Backstage: 

The Moonlight filmmakers pour backstage, with director Barry Jenkins holding the Oscar and muttering, “Oh, my God, oh, my God.” Everyone looks befuddled.

“I’m sure everybody saw my face. I was speechless,” Jenkins told reporters. “That was awkward. It  made a very special feeling even more special, but not in the way I expected….Please write this down. The folks from La La Land have been so gracious. I can’t imagine being in their position.”

“I feel so weird,” best supporting actor winner Mahershala Ali says. “Now, that was awkward.” He runs into La La Land star Ryan Gosling, who is smiling in spite of it all, and they hug.

“When (La La Land)’s name was read, I wasn’t surprised,” he added. “I’m really happy for them, a group of some extraordinary people in front of the camera and behind the camera. Then, when I did see the security people coming out on stage and their moment was being disrupted in some way, I got really worried.”

He was really thrown when it turned out Moonlight was the winner. “I didn’t want to go up there and take it from somebody. It’s very hard to feel joy in a  moment like  that.… But I feel very fortunate for all of us to walk away with Best Picture. It’s pretty remarkable.”

La La Land director Damien Chazelle keeps his game face. “That was weird,” he says.

Security is looking for Beatty, who had both envelopes. There’s much confusion, because Oscar staffers carefully check presenters before they walk out, to make sure they have the right envelope in hand.

“What just happened?” Kimmel says, walking back to his dressing room in shock.

“I think for the rest of my life, I’m going to be asked about this,” Kimmel says. “And I’m trying to remember the details correctly. My guess is it’s going to be it’s operator error. I don’t know anything.”

Later, he adds, “I really should go speak to Warren.”

Adam Carolla, representing the show writers, gives a speech backstage praising Kimmel’s show. There are shouts of “Best show ever! Best show ever!”

Meanwhile, in the press room: 

Shock hit the press room backstage like a tidal wave, as roughly 100 journalists stared at the screen, their mouths open. The most common refrain was a stunned “What?!”, followed by choice expletives (“holy s—“) and, “Am I really seeing this?” as reporters tried to discern if they were watching a planned bit or the biggest Oscar flub ever.

“I was actually holding my best actress card the whole time,” winner Emma Stone of La La Land, told reporters. “So I’m not sure what happened, but I wanted to talk to you guys first.”

But she was authentically happy for the actual winner. “I (bleeping) love Moonlight. I love Moonlight so much. I’m so excited for Moonlight.… We are so excited for Moonlight. I think it’s one of the best films of all time.”

But was it “the craziest Oscar moment of all time?” Stone asked reporters. Uh, yes. “Cool! We made history tonight.”

Ten minutes after the broadcast ended, disbelief continued, as journalists, who had previously thought their headlines were in the bag, scrambled to rewrite. For better or worse, the consensus can be summed up by one reporter sitting across from USA TODAY:

“Most epic ending to the Oscars ever.”

Reported Here: http://www.usatoday.com/story/life/movies/2017/02/27/heres-how-worst-flub-oscar-history-went-down/98466956/

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Remains of Marine shot down during Vietnam War heading home after 48 years

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1Honorable Vet

A Marine radar intercept officer missing nearly 48 years after he was shot down over Laos during the Vietnam War has been accounted for after his remains were found last year, the Bergen Record reports.

The remains of Marine Corps Reserve 1st Lt. William (Billy) Ryan, of Bogota, N.J., were identified through DNA tests conducted by the Defense Pow/MIA Accounting Agency at the Pentagon, the paper reported Friday.

Ryan’s plane crashed on a combat mission in southern Laos near the Vietnam border on May 11, 1969, the day before his son’s first birthday.

“I always knew my dad died in the crash, and that’s what my mom told me,” Michael Ryan, 48 told the paper. “What she didn’t tell me is that part of her held out hope that maybe she’d see his face again.”

His aircraft was pulling out of a bombing run when it was hit by enemy fire. The pilot bailed out and was rescued.

Ryan was also shot down in 1968 over the Gulf of Tonkin but he survived that crash.

According to the Record, military investigators went to the Laos crash site in 1990 and found his plane seat.

Investigators visited the site on six other occasions from May 2012 to January 2016 to look for remains.

A lab identified the remains as Ryan’s and notified Michael last month.

The next day Ryan’s widow Judith was diagnosed with stage-4 stomach cancer.

“I don’t know, it’s strange to me,” Michael told the paper. “We’ve waited 48 years for this. And now I’m looking up at God and saying, ‘Can you give this woman a week to celebrate?’”

Billy Ryan will be laid to rest at Arlington National Cemetery on May 10, the eve of the crash anniversary.

Click for more from the Bergen Record.

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Rachel Dolezal, on the brink of homelessness, refuses to admit wrongdoing two years after scandal

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1No Lesson Learned??

The 39-year-old also lost her job as an adjunct instructor at Eastern Washington university because of the ordeal, and she hasn’t been able to get work since.

The former professor and columnist told the Guardian she’s applied for more than 100 jobs, but not a single place will hire her. The only offers that have come her way have been for reality television and porn.

Dolezal now relies on food stamps to feed her family and has been receiving help from a friend to cover her — next month she expects to be homeless, the Guardian reported.

She added her memoir titled “In Full Color,” due out in March, was turned down by 30 publishing houses before anyone would be willing to print it.

“Right now the only place I feel understood and completely accepted is with my kids and my sister,” she told the news outlet. “The narrative was that I’d offended both communities in an unforgivable way, so anybody who gave me a dime would be contributing to wrong and oppression and bad things. To a liar and fraud and a con.”

Dolezal said she wrote her book not only to tell her side of the story, “but to also open up this dialogue about race and identity, and to just encourage people to be exactly who they are.”

When questioned about her race, Dolezal would just tell people that she was mixed, but she doesn’t feel as though she was lying.

“The times I tried to explain more, I wasn’t understood more. Nobody wanted to hear, ‘I’m pan-African, pro-black, bisexual, an artist, mother and educator,’” she told the Guardian. “People would just be like, ‘Huh? What? What are you talking about?’

“So I felt like by not talking about my biological ancestry, I gave people the opportunity to relate to me as an individual, not part of a group.”

She also noted that she’d never consider going back to being white.

“No. This is still home to me,” Dolezal said. “I didn’t feel like I’m ever going to be hurt so much that I somehow leave who I am, because I’m me. It really is who I am. It’s not a choice.”

 

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The Blood Of Dragons Could Destroy Antibiotic Resistance

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1Amazing Findings

Antibiotic resistance is one of the most pressing problems of our times. Traditional antimicrobial drugs aren’t working the way they used to, and the rise of “superbugs” could bring about the post-antibiotic age, where easily treatable infections suddenly become life-threatening incurable illnesses.

There have been a slew of new discoveries recently that have revealed brand new ways to turn the tide, but the latest revelation at the hands of a team from George Mason University is a particularly unusual sounding one. As it turns out, we could use the blood of dragons to annihilate superbugs.

No, this isn’t an analogy or a plot line from Game of Thrones. The devil-toothed Komodo dragon – the devious beast from Indonesia – has a particular suite of chemical compounds in its blood that’s pure anathema to a wide range of bacteria.

They’re known as CAMPs – cationic antimicrobial peptides – and although plenty of living creatures (including humans) have versions of these, Komodo dragons have 48, with 47 of them being powerfully antimicrobial. The team managed to cleverly isolate these CAMPs in a laboratory by using electrically-charged hydrogels – strange, aerated substances – to suck them out of the dragons’ blood samples.

Synthesizing their own versions of eight of these CAMPs, they put them up against two strains of lab-grown “superbugs,” MRSA and Pseudomona aeruginosa, to see if they had any effect. Remarkably, all eight were able to kill the latter, whereas seven of them destroyed all trace of both, doing something that plenty of conventional antibiotic drugs couldn’t.

Writing in the Journal of Proteome Research, the researchers write that these powerful CAMPs explain why Komodo dragons are able to contain such a dense, biodiverse population of incredibly dangerous bacteria in their mouths. Although it’s not clear where all these bacteria originally came from, the chemical compounds in their blood ensures that they’ll never be properly infected.

In fact, it was this ability to co-exist with such lethal bacteria that piqued the interest of the researchers in the first place.

“Komodo dragon serum has been demonstrated to have in vitro antibacterial properties,” they note. “The role that CAMPs play in the innate immunity of the Komodo dragon is potentially very informative, and the newly identified Komodo dragon CAMPs may lend themselves to the development of new antimicrobial therapeutics.”

It’ll be awhile before these CAMPs are tested in human trials, but the idea that we’re effectively using dragon’s blood, or plasma, to fight against resurgent diseases is genuinely quite thrilling. Alongside Hulk-like drugs that physically rip bacteria apart, there’s a chance that, with the help of these legendary lizards, we may win this war yet.

Reported Here: http://www.iflscience.com/plants-and-animals/blood-dragons-destroy-antibiotic-resistance/

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Kevin Durant blasts ‘cop’ Shaq for threatening JaVale McGee in latest NBA vs. TNT beef

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1Oh My

OK, Kevin Durant doesn’t come across as angry or out for the head. But in stepping up to defend Warriors teammate JaVale McGee, Durant unquestionably channeled LeBron James.

After years of Shaquille O’Neal drubbing McGee, the unquestioned face of the “Shaqtin a Fool” blooper segment of TNT’s Inside the NBA studio show, McGee finally started to aggressively talk back this year. Then last night, those fires burned with greater intensity than ever amid a high-powered Twitter war (of which these are only part).

Here are the full quotes:

“JaVale, he works extremely hard. He’s come in here and done so much for us as a player. And he only wants to be respected like any other player.

“And I understand Shaq works for a company that wants him to do that type of stuff and make fun of players. And it’s cool and funny, but when you just keep doing it time and time and time again for no reason, and then a guy actually disagrees you and you threaten him … I didn’t know cops could threaten civilians like that. So it’s definitely childish. But that’s what they want from these stars and these retired players — to feud with the guys that’s playing now and to make arguments and disagreements. But if I was JaVale, I’d feel the same way. It’s childish.”

Followed by:

“Shaq wants to make a joke about it, but if it was him in that position, he wouldn’t feel the same way. He’ll call him a bum and all this. He was such a great player, obviously, but still, everybody can’t be Shaq. He’s trying to make his money and enjoy the game of basketball, and the perception is now that he’s a dumb player because he made mistakes.

“Shaq was a shitty free throw shooter and he missed dunks and he air-balled free throws. He couldn’t shoot outside the paint. He didn’t have those skills. He was bigger and stronger than everybody. And he still was a great player, but you had your flaws too as a player. And you played on five or six teams, too. So it’s not like you’re just this person center. You had your flaws, too.

“So like I said, I didn’t go on Twitter and threaten civilians like that, so I’m glad you’re getting challenged.”

(Don’t forget that O’Neal is a sworn-in deputy marshal.)

Those are harsh words, albeit a little more civil and more directly relevant to the situation than James’ snide takedown of “hater” Charles Barkley. But the root is the same — particularly the part about them both being paid by TNT to mock current NBA stars.

That opens up a question: Are the NBA’s best players at war with Inside the NBA?

Shaq wasn’t really into fueling anything with Durant specifically.

Certainly, the TNT show pulls no punches. The show is great entertainment because of how irreverent Barkley, O’Neal, Kenny Smith and Ernie Johnson are. There’s a lot more joke-making than basketball analysis, and the jokes often come at the expense of the biggest and best players in the game.

Still, it used to be rare that a player publicly goes at Barkley or O’Neal (the two biggest offenders). Mostly, they know they can’t win that battle; simply acknowledging that Barkley or O’Neal got to you is the best way to let them know they’re doing their job. Yet after James took his stand, a lot of other players joined him, including Dwyane Wade and the Warriors’ Draymond Green.

The players aren’t the only ones getting mad. ESPN reports that the Warriors’ organization reached out to TNT with a complaint on this one:

Sources told ESPN that the Warriors contacted Turner officials to express concern about TNT’s yearslong McGee coverage on the “Shaqtin’ a Fool” segment on the popular “Inside The NBA” show, with the team contending that the ongoing negative portrayal of the veteran center is doing unnecessary damage to McGee’s reputation.

Part of the problem is these are two former players with massive career résumés. Barkley lacks a ring, but so does Durant, and both are two of the three to five best ever without a championship. O’Neal’s a four-time champ whose career dwarfs all but one current NBA player’s achievements.

Still, the TNT crew has a position of massive visibility. Durant was being a good teammate here and standing up for someone who struggles to command enough respect to defend himself. But what we’re seeing is an increasingly hostile relationship between one of the NBA’s two TV partners and its best players.

How long before it comes to blows?

Read More: http://ftw.usatoday.com/2017/02/shaq-vs-javale-mcgee-kevin-durant-response-cop-police-officer

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Barack Obama and daughter Malia attend ‘The Price’ on Broadway

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1Having Some Fun

Former President Barack Obama surprised Broadway theater-goers Friday when he and daughter Malia attended the evening performance of “The Price.”

The daddy-daughter duo headed backstage after the play — a new revival of the Arthur Miller classic — and met with the cast, including Mark Ruffalo, Danny DeVito, Tony Shalhoub and Jessica Hecht.

The Roundabout Theatre Company tweeted a photo of the pair with the cast, writing, “We are so honored to have had President @barackobama in our theater this evening for #ThePriceBway!”

In “The Price,” a police officer feels that life has passed him by while he took care of his late father. He and his estranged brother must reunite to sell off their father’s possessions.

The Obama clan is no stranger no Broadway, having attended several shows during his presidency, including “Hamilton,” “A Raisin in the Sun,” “Joe Turner’s Come and Gone,” “Memphis,” “Kinky Boots,” “Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark,” “Sister Act,” “The Trip to Bountiful,” “Motown the Musical” and “The Addams Family.”

Reported Here: http://abcnews.go.com/Politics/barack-obama-daughter-malia-attend-price-broadway/story?id=45729787

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