Donald Trump’s Team Of Bitter Rivals:

Donald Trump’s turbulent transition already suggests that the instinctive off-the-cuff leadership style that powered his outsider campaign is a prototype of the impromptu approach he will adopt from inside the Oval Office.

He hires people, he fires people, he sets them against one another, he says things and takes them back, with the chaos often unfolding in real time on cable TV. It happened in the campaign and there’s no reason to think his presidency won’t be the same.

President Obama’s Final International Trip:

President Barack Obama is making a final international swing as President, visiting Greece, Germany and Peru.


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LeBron James Responds To Phil Jackson’s Comment About Star’s ‘Posse:

Like his business associate Maverick Carter, Cleveland Cavaliers forward LeBron James took issue with comments New York Knicks president Phil Jackson made in a recent interview with’s Jackie MacMullan.

In the Q&A published Monday, Jackson talked about James’ departure from the Miami Heat and the three-time champion’s relationship with Heat president Pat Riley:

It had to hurt when they lost LeBron. That was definitely a slap in the face. But there were a lot of little things that came out of that. When LeBron was playing with the Heat, they went to Cleveland and he wanted to spend the night. They don’t do overnights. Teams just don’t. So now (coach Erik) Spoelstra has to text Riley and say, ‘What do I do in this situation?’ And Pat, who has iron-fist rules, answers, ‘You are on the plane, you are with this team.’ You can’t hold up the whole team because you and your mom and your posse want to spend an extra night in Cleveland.

Hundreds Hospitalized In Southeast Fires:

More than 200 people have been hospitalized with breathing difficulties in Tennessee as wildfires scorched across the Southeast.

Over 30 large fires have burned more than 80,000 acres in North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Tennessee, Alabama and Kentucky, according to the US Forest Service.
“Dry weather, high winds and the continuing drought is driving the large growth of fires,” Dave Martin of the US Forest Service’s Southern Region said earlier this week. And because the fires are spread out over several states, agencies’ resources are being depleted, he added.

Earliest Known Stone Version Of Ten Commandments Up For Auction:

The earliest known stone inscription of the Ten Commandments is being auctioned in Beverly Hills on November 16, with an opening bid of $250,000 — and a stipulation that any owner must put the tablet on public display.

Described as a “national treasure” of Israel, the stone was first uncovered in 1913 during excavations for a railroad station near Yavneh in Israel and is the only intact tablet version of the Commandments thought to exist.

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