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JaVale McGee Isn’t The Court Jester Anymore, But He’s Still The King Of Goaltending
kirjutab Chris Herring blogis Features – FiveThirtyEight, neljapäev 13 detsember kell 19:05
JaVale McGee has gone a long way toward shedding the persona he got from “ Shaqtin’ a Fool ,” the TV blooper segment on which he held residency for years. Coming off consecutive NBA titles with Golden State, the 7-footer is currently logging career highs in points and blocks per game with the Lakers while serving as a full-time starter for the first time since 2011-12.

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What Comes Next In That Contested Election In North Carolina
kirjutab Nathaniel Rakich blogis Features – FiveThirtyEight, neljapäev 13 detsember kell 17:58
It has been 13 days since we last wrote about potential election fraud in the North Carolina 9th District, and we are no closer to a resolution. The week of Nov.
Significant Digits For Thursday, Dec. 13, 2018
kirjutab Oliver Roeder blogis Features – FiveThirtyEight, neljapäev 13 detsember kell 14:01
You’re reading Significant Digits, a daily digest of the numbers tucked inside the news. 109 times James Bond, the fictional spy with a taste for martinis, had a “severe” and “chronic” drinking problem, according to public health experts at the University of Otago in New Zealand.
Outraged over Khashoggi’s murder, Senate votes to end U.S. support of Saudi Arabia in Yemen war
kirjutab D. Parvaz blogis ThinkProgress, neljapäev 13 detsember kell 22:23
The U.S. Senate on Thursday voted to cease military assistance to Saudi Arabia and its coalition airstrikes in Yemen, which have resulted in the deaths of thousands of civilians and a massive humanitarian crisis in the impove
Amid threats of shutting down the government, Trump looks at 16-day Floridian vacation
kirjutab Ryan Koronowski blogis ThinkProgress, neljapäev 13 detsember kell 21:48
On Friday, Dec. 21 unless Congress passes a budget or continuing resolution the government shuts down when it runs out of money, and hundreds of thousands of employees would be furloughed or asked to work without guarantee of pay.
Utah faces lawsuit after overruling voters on medical marijuana — with the help of Mormon church
kirjutab Addy Baird blogis ThinkProgress, neljapäev 13 detsember kell 20:23
It took Christine Stenquist years to find something to take the edge off of her chronic pain. B edridden for a decade and a half after doctors discovered a brain tumor, she suffered from nausea triggered by pain medication that also gave her depression and insomnia.  After exhausting options afforded by standard medicine, Stenquist decided after six years to try something a little more unconventional.  “I turned to my 19-year-old daughter.
Capital Journal: Cohen Sentencing; Pelosi’s Deal; U.S. Fights for Supremacy
kirjutab WSJ Staff blogis Washington Wire, neljapäev 13 detsember kell 20:23
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Capital Journal: Trump’s Shutdown Threat; China Agrees to Reduce Auto Tariffs; The Loneliest Generation
kirjutab WSJ Staff blogis Washington Wire, kolmapäev 12 detsember kell 18:23
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Significant Digits For Tuesday, Dec. 11, 2018
kirjutab Oliver Roeder blogis Features – FiveThirtyEight, teisipäev 11 detsember kell 14:01
You’re reading Significant Digits, a daily digest of the numbers tucked inside the news. 18,000 fine In South Korea, where video gaming is something of a national sport, the National Assembly passed an amendment outlawing “boosting” a gaming practice whereby skilled players are hired to play matches for someone else, thereby boosting that person’s ranking.
Have Republicans Given Up On Winning Black Voters?
kirjutab Perry Bacon Jr. blogis Features – FiveThirtyEight, teisipäev 11 detsember kell 13:42
George W. Bush was president when I first started covering national politics. He had come into office with barely any support from black voters. He won re-election with almost as little. But Bush still paid some heed to the interests of black Americans.
Politics Podcast: Trump’s Turbulent Week
kirjutab Clare Malone blogis Features – FiveThirtyEight, teisipäev 11 detsember kell 00:07
FiveThirtyEight   More: Apple Podcasts | ESPN App | RSS | Embed Embed Code The FiveThirtyEight Politics podcast crew tries to make sense of the recent turbulence in Trump world, including possible campaign finance violations and another staffing shake-up.
Adoption agency sues New York for permission to discriminate against same-sex couples
kirjutab Zack Ford blogis ThinkProgress, teisipäev 11 detsember kell 17:08
A Christian adoption agency is suing the state of New York for the right to discriminate against same-sex couples. New Hope Family Services, based in Syracuse, is being represented by the Alliance Defense Fund (ADF), an anti-LGBTQ hate group that resists LGBTQ equality in court cases across the country. ADF  filed the federal lawsuit Friday , claiming the state Office of Children and Family Services (OCFS) was infringing on New Hope’s religious freedom by requiring it to serve all families equally.
Orrin Hatch demanded the President be held accountable for his crimes — 20 years ago
kirjutab Josh Israel blogis ThinkProgress, teisipäev 11 detsember kell 15:53
Senator Orrin Hatch (R-UT), the President Pro Tempore of the United States Senate for another few weeks until he retires at the end of this term, dismissed criminal allegations against President Donald Trump, suggesting on Monday that they do not matter because he supports the administration.
Crimes aren’t crimes: Trump and his allies are moving the goalposts to legally protect him
kirjutab Ryan Koronowski blogis ThinkProgress, teisipäev 11 detsember kell 15:00
During an interview with David Frost in 1977, Richard Nixon explained what he believed a president was allowed to do in order to protect “national security,”  saying  that “when the president breaks the lawit is not illegal.”
Capital Journal: U.S.-China Trade Talks; Farm Bill Compromise; New Focus on Climate Change
kirjutab WSJ Staff blogis Washington Wire, teisipäev 11 detsember kell 16:41
News and analysis from WSJs Washington bureau
Capital Journal: Who Will Run the West Wing?; Hard Line With China; Democratic AGs Build New Power Base
kirjutab WSJ Staff blogis Washington Wire, esmaspäev 10 detsember kell 17:27
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The U.S. Draws An Easy Group At The 2019 World Cup. France? Not So Much.
kirjutab Terrence Doyle blogis Features – FiveThirtyEight, laupäev 8 detsember kell 23:10
It was fitting that Didier Deschamps drew the first lottery ball for the 2019 Women’s World Cup, which placed France in Group A. He’s lifted the FIFA World Cup trophy for France on two occasions, as team captain in 1998 and as team manager of France’s men’s team in 2018.