Atlanta mayoral candidate calls for recount: ‘It’s not over yet’:
Atlanta voters hit the polls on Tuesday and delivered a nearly split decision in the city’s mayoral contest, leading candidate Mary Norwood to call for a recount minutes into Wednesday morning as Keisha Lance Bottoms celebrated the result.
Trump’s Jerusalem decision promises upheaval:
President Donald Trump’s fragile political standing among American voters may be about to cause dangerous reverberations in the Middle East.
Beyonce Presents Colin Kaepernick with Muhammad Ali Legacy Award:
On Tuesday evening, former San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick received Sports Illustrated’s Muhammad Ali Legacy Award during SI‘s Sportsperson of the Year Awards at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York.
A special guest presented him with the honor.
Music icon Beyonce introduced the 30-year-old, who last played during Week 17 of the 2016 NFL season.
“I accept this award knowing that the legacy of Muhammad Ali is that of a champion of the people, and one who was affectionately known as the ‘People’s Champ,'” Kaepernick said on stage
Wildfires continue to rage across Southern California:
Burning with extreme speed and ferocity, a flurry of wildfires torched more than 65,000 acres in Southern California, as firefighters struggled to control the simultaneous infernos.
LaVar Ball Talks Son LiAngelo Leaving UCLA, Giving Donald Trump Z02 Shoes on CNN:
LaVar Ball told CNN on Tuesday morning he removed his son, LiAngelo Ball, from the UCLA Bruins basketball program because he felt the length of his suspension related to a shoplifting arrest in China was “ridiculous.”
“That’s one of the main reasons he went to UCLA is to play basketball. That’s his passion,” LaVar said. “And for them to prolong this and go on and on, it’s ridiculous to me.”
The Ball family patriarch also discussed the latest update on his public feud with United States President Donald Trump:
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