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China Urges North Korea and The United States To Stop War Of Words

On Tuesday, China urged North Korea and the United States to stop their escalating war of words and sit down for talks on cooling the recent spike in tensions.  Chinese foreign ministry spokesman Lu Kang reinforce his country’s position that all sides should avoid provoking each other following the exchange of threats between President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un. ...Read more

Cowboys and Cardinals Lock Arms in NFL Anthem Protest

The Dallas Cowboys and Arizona Cardinals on Monday night locked arms with teammates in response to President Donald Trump’s comments.  The Cowboys’ and Cardinals’ display came after a weekend in which Trump slammed the National Football League and players for protesting during the anthem. Players and coaches responded by kneeling, locking arms, or staying in the locker room during pregame performances of “The Star-Spangled Banner.” ...Read more

Steven Spielberg To Assume CEO Position of Amblin Entertainment

Michael Wright, Amblin Partners’ top executive, is stepping down as CEO, the company announced Tuesday.   Steven Spielberg, who is chairman of his company, will assume the CEO role.  According to reports, Wright will still be working within the company but his role will be changed and he’ll be serving in a different capacity.

Steven Spielberg To Become CEO of Amblin Entertainment After Current CEO Steps Down


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NASCAR Sides With President Trump In Stance Against Anthem Protests

This past weekend, the major push-back against President Trump’s criticism of NFL players who protest during the national anthem dominated the news, however one sport that is siding with the commander in chief is NASCAR.  Several team owners said they would come down on drivers who did not stand during the national anthem. These owners included NASCAR legend Richard Petty, Richard Childress, and more.   ...Read more

New York Knicks Trade Carmelo Anthony To Oklahoma City Thunder

All-Star forward Carmelo Anthony of the New York Knicks will be traded to the Oklahoma City Thunder.  In turn, The Thunder will send center Enes Kanter, forward Doug McDermott and a 2018 second-round draft pick from the Chicago Bulls to the Knicks.  Anthony is a 10-time All-Star and three-time Olympic gold medalist, and was traded from the Denver Nuggets to the Knicks back in 2011. ...Read more

Kardashians Sued for $32 Million Over Their Beauty Product Line

John LaBonty, former CEO of Boldface, alleges Kim, Khloe and Kourtney Kardashian, along with their mother Kris Jenner, failed to pay him an estimated 5% share of profits received from their beauty products.  The TV family had a deal with Boldface to market the beauty products.   Although the company was acquired by another company in 2014, LaBonty claims in his lawsuit that he’s still entitled to millions of dollars in profits. ...Read more