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  • Clippers sale: Trial to review Shelly Sterling's actions

    Clippers sale: Trial to review Shelly Sterling's actions
    A trial into whether Shelly Sterling had the right to sell the Clippers will not focus on her husband's mental capacity, but instead will review if she acted properly under the terms of a family trust and if Donald Sterling could legally kill the deal...
  • Transfer of Clippers ownership is welcomed by players, fans

    Transfer of Clippers ownership is welcomed by players, fans
    They were four words that conveyed the sentiment of a franchise yearning for a new beginning. "Thank You!" Clippers center DeAndre Jordan tweeted. "And welcome …" The message was presumably intended for Steve Ballmer, who became the owner of...
  • Retired NFL players object to proposed concussion settlement

    Retired NFL players object to proposed concussion settlement
    In the first objection to the revised NFL concussion settlement, seven retired players claim the proposed agreement is riddled with “fatal defects” that “render it anything but fair.” Filed Wednesday in U.S. District Court in...
  • Vikings suspend assistant for gay remarks

    Vikings suspend assistant for gay remarks
    The Minnesota Vikings suspended special teams coordinator Mike Priefer for three games and plan to give $100,000 to gay and lesbian rights organizations after former punter Chris Kluwe alleged that Priefer made inappropriate comments while he was with the...
  • Oscar Pistorius had no mental disorder at time of shooting: psychiatrists

    Oscar Pistorius, the South African track star on trial for murder for shooting his girlfriend, was not suffering from a mental condition that would have impaired his ability to distinguish between right and wrong at the time she was killed, a...
  • Plaintiffs in Carroll prayer case drop ban request

    Plaintiffs in Carroll prayer case drop ban request
    Plaintiffs in a federal lawsuit challenging Christian prayers at Carroll County commissioner meetings have dropped a request for a temporary ban on the practice. The plaintiffs, a humanist group and residents who say they feel alienated by the prayers,...
  • Donald Sterling to Shelly: 'Get away from me, you pig!'

    Donald Sterling to Shelly: 'Get away from me, you pig!'
    Somehow, Donald Sterling was even more combative on Wednesday than he was on Tuesday. In the third day of a trial in Los Angeles Superior Court that could determine whether he remains owner of the Clippers, Sterling railed against the NBA, his wife...
  • Oscar Pistorius involved in nightclub altercation

    Oscar Pistorius involved in nightclub altercation
    South African Olympic and Paralympic track star Oscar Pistorius was involved in an argument at a night club over the weekend, his spokeswoman said Tuesday, days after his lawyers wrapped up their defense in his murder trial. The Star newspaper said...
  • Trayvon Martin autopsy doctor: State 'hoped to lose the case' against Zimmerman

    Trayvon Martin autopsy doctor: State 'hoped to lose the case' against Zimmerman
    The doctor who autopsied Trayvon Martin, and later raised eyebrows with his uneven testimony during the trial of George Zimmerman, has released an ebook in which he argues prosecutors "hoped to lose the case." Despite that claim, "Dead Men Can't Lie,"...
  • Ex-USC assistant Todd McNair seeks vindication from Reggie Bush saga

    Todd McNair is not coaching college or pro football, but the former USC assistant is trying to keep his hand in the sport. As the defamation lawsuit he filed against the NCAA three years ago makes its way through the court system, McNair is drawing up...
  • Lawsuit could give college athletes cut of NCAA deals

    Lawsuit could give college athletes cut of NCAA deals
    The NCAA and its member schools have preached a vision of amateurism whereby young men and women play for the love of the game, not money. That concept will be put on trial in an Oakland courtroom this week. A class-action antitrust suit led by former...