Former Boston Red Sox star David Ortiz shot in the Dominican Republic:
Former Boston Red Sox star David Ortiz was shot in the Dominican Republic on Sunday, according to Felix Durán Mejia, a spokesman for the Dominican National Police.
Trump claims huge Mexico win, critics say it’s a mirage:
President Donald Trump is riding into a fresh week of constitutional collisions with Democrats claiming a huge victory for his blustering leadership style — this time over Mexico.
But like many of Trump’s wins, there are questions about whether the immigration deal adds up to real progress or is a mirage conjured up to get him out of yet another self-created crisis.
Trump is reacting angrily to suggestions that the agreement, concluded late Friday night, is just a new example of the alternative reality he often conjures to sustain his presidency and will do little to solve the southern border emergency.
Tony Awards 2019: ‘Hadestown’ wins Best Musical and leads the way with 8 wins:
The 73rd Annual Tony Awards were presented Sunday to celebrate Broadway’s best performances of the year.
Ohio bakery awarded $11 million in libel lawsuit against Oberlin College over alleged racial profiling:
An Ohio jury has ordered Oberlin College to pay $11 million to a bakery which said it was libeled and wrongfully accused of racially profiling students.
Kawhi Leonard, the NBA’s Kingslayer, on the Verge of Taking Down Another Dynasty:
Kawhi Leonard and the Toronto Raptors are one win away from taking the 2019 NBA Finals from the Golden State Warriors. They have three chances to get that one victory against a team that has won three of the past four championships.
Kawhi has a shot to beat an opponent that was previously seen as invincible. Remarkably, he’s been in this spot before.
Rewind to 2014. Kawhi was 22 and up against LeBron James, Dwyane Wade, Chris Bosh and a Miami Heat team that had just beaten the San Antonio Spurs in 2013 for a second consecutive tit
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