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  • NBA makes its case against Clippers owner Donald Sterling

    NBA makes its case against Clippers owner Donald Sterling
    Donald Sterling made several attempts to deflect responsibility for his rant against African Americans — even asking his companion V. Stiviano to lie about the authenticity of the recording of the incident, the NBA contended in a supporting...
  • Mark Cuban: 'I'm not perfect. We all have our prejudices and bigotries'

    Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban, in an interview focused on many societal issues, told Inc. that even he harbors "prejudices and bigotries." The interview was posted to Cuban's Twitter page, and ranges in scope from economics to the NBA's hottest...
  • 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...
  • Is racism in America worse today than when Obama became president?

    Is racism in America worse today than when Obama became president?
          As racial tensions continue to escalate in Ferguson, Mo., the subject of racism in general is more prevalent. In particular, racism since the election of Barack Obama as President. We had the Trayvon Martin incident, of course. Now this in...
  • Chan Lowe: Don Sterling and the NBA

    Chan Lowe: Don Sterling and the NBA
    Remember back in 2008, when Barack Obama was trying to run as the post-racial candidate? He knew that his skin color, alone, was going to be a lot for Americans to swallow. Although Obama always dressed smartly in white shirts, often wore ties, and seemed...
  • Martin Dyckman: Times change, and politicians can also

    Our texts today are not Biblical, but they are definitely topical. A wise man changes his mind often, a fool never -Spanish proverb. A foolish consistency is the hobgoblin of little minds, adored by little statesmen and philosophers and divines –...
  • Expect the 'race card' in our ongoing immigration debate

    In a recent confrontation between protesters against the illegal flood of unaccompanied children into the United States and counter-protests by some Hispanic group, one man from the latter group said angrily, "We are as good as you are!" One of the...
  • Ferguson, Mo.'s truth: We have a human-rights problem

    A few years ago, I spoke at a human-rights conference at George Mason University. I had documented the number of unarmed African-American males killed by American police as well as the high rate of black men who are being held in county, state and federal...
  • 'Big Brother' returns for a new season in aftermath of cast turmoil

    Outfitted with a fresh, photogenic cast, "Big Brother" is watching again, launching an all-new season of shifting alliances, back-stabbing and outrageous stunts. "This, I promise you, will be the most twisted season ever," the show's host Julie Chen...
  • Mexico's soccer coach defends fans' use of gay slur amid FIFA inquiry

    Mexico's soccer coach defends fans' use of gay slur amid FIFA inquiry
    Mexico’s World cup soccer coach defended the use of a gay slur used by the team’s fans at the World Cup after soccer’s governing body started an investigation. Fans at the World Cup have carried on a practice common in Mexico of...
  • Donald Sterling introduces a new snag in sale of the Clippers

    Donald Sterling still hasn't signed off on the official sale of the Clippers because he hopes the NBA will rescind a $2.5-million fine and lifetime ban from all league activities, according to people familiar with the situation. Sterling recently saw...