LiAngelo Ball

The three disgraced UCLA men’s basketball players thanked President Trump for securing their freedom after they returned home to Los Angeles from China. LiAngelo Ball, 18, Cody Riley, 19, and Jalen Hill, 17, thanked Trump in a press conference on Wednesday.

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Kathy Griffin

Troubled comedienne Kathy Griffin is set to hold a news conference today to accuse the Trump family of bullying her. Griffin’s career crashed and burned earlier this week when she pretended to decapitate President Trump in a controversial photo shoot with photographer Tyler Shields.

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Rick Spielman

Rick Spielman

Minnesota Vikings General Manager Rick Spielman held a press conference today to announce the team’s decision to reactivate child abuser Adrian Peterson. Spielman stressed that the team did not condone child abuse, and that Peterson — who was arrested Friday for child abuse — should be allowed due process under the law.

But he also said: “We feel strongly as an organization that this [was] disciplining a child.”

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NBA Commissioner Adam Silver

LA Clippers owner Donald Sterling is banned for life from NBA games, facilities, and meetings between team owners and, or players.

Sterling, 80, is also banned from his own team facility, meetings or game practices.

NBA Commissioner Adam Silver made the announcement moments ago during a live press conference.

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Atlantic Records Presents #BoosieSpeaks (153 of 182)

Rapper Lil Boosie appeared in his first press conference titled “BOOSIESPEAKS”, presented by Atlantic Records this week. Boosie was release from prison on Wednesday after serving a 5-year prison sentence on drug charges. Lil Boosie’s legal team opened the floor to explain the conditions under which Boosie was released and his upcoming trial. Before the press conference, moderator Angela Yee of the syndicated Breakfast Club morning show briefly interviewed Lil Boosie before opening the floor for questions from various media outlets in attendance.

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Drugged driver causes pileup on Buford Connector

Channel 2 News reporter Liz Artz and photographer Justin Crate became part of the news when they stumbled upon a pickup truck blocking the right northbound lane on the Buford Connector shortly before 4 p.m. Saturday. Video shot by Crate shows the unidentified driver slumped over his steering wheel and drooling.

Artz called 911, and a Georgia Department of Transportation Highway Emergency Response Operator (HERO) was the first to arrive at the scene. The HERO operator succeeded in awakening the driver from his slumber. The driver then began to tussle with the HERO operator before speeding off in his truck. The driver drove a short distance north on the Buford Connector before crashing into two cars.

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Roy Hibbert fined for Using Homophobic Slur

Overhyped Indiana Pacers center Roy Hibbert was certainly feeling himself during post-game interview after his team whipped the defending NBA champs Miami HEAT 91-77 on Saturday to tie the Eastern Conference series of the NBA playoffs at 3-3.

The 26-year-old former Georgetown standout was fined $75,000 by the NBA for using “inappropriate and vulgar” language during the post-game press conference on Saturday.

During the press conference, Hibbert bristled when reporters questioned why he finished 10th in this year’s Defensive Player of the Year voting.

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The University of Miami was the setting for the toughest grilling of President Obama’s reelection campaign. The president was questioned on his failed policies, including immigration reform and broken unemployment and education promises.

At one point Mr. Obama seemed to gird his loins, as if preparing for an attack. He squirmed and stammered when he was asked if he really believed a video was responsible for the terrorist attack in Benghazi that killed U.S. Ambassador to Libya Christopher Stevens.

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