This basketball superstar is known around the world as 'KD.' In Prince George's County, he's just 'Kevin.'
Basketball legend Kevin Durant returned Thursday to the rec center basketball court in the Washington suburbs where he played as a child 20 years ago. Voted the most valuable player of this year's NBA Finals, the towering small forward is known the ...
Will Kevin Durant Be Visiting Trump White House? 'Nah, I Won't Do That'NESN.com
Kevin Durant on President Trump: 'I don't agree with what he agrees with'ESPN
Kevin Durant on Trump: 'We Don't F*ck With Him'TMZ.com
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Trump ends plans for his Council on Infrastructure
(CNN) President Donald Trump has ended plans for an Advisory Council on Infrastructure, according to a White House official, ending a panel that was created by an executive order the President signed in July. The move comes a day after Trump disbanded ...
White House disbands another advisory council, this one on infrastructureWashington Post
Trump scraps infrastructure council planBBC News
Trump Rolls Back Obama-Era Flood Standards For Infrastructure ProjectsNPR
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OkCupid bans white supremacist from dating app
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If you're a white supremacist, you won't find love on OkCupid. That's according to the online dating company, which Thursday banned a New Hampshire man for life from using its services because of his alleged affiliation with hate groups. Advertisement.
'No room for hate': OK Cupid bans weepy white supremacist Chris Cantwell for lifeRaw Story
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Can Silicon Valley Disrupt Its Neo-Nazi Problem?
There's a hypothetical question about Nazis that is often posed to non-Nazis: if you could go back in time and kill baby Adolf Hitler, would you? Believe it or not, it's actually a tough question for a lot of people to answer, with almost a third of ...
All the Companies Who Say Hate Groups Can't Use Their Services AnymoreFortune
Tech Companies Race to Finally Enforce Policies After Charlottesville ViolenceGizmodo
Cloudflare CEO wakes up mad and sends neo-Nazi website to its doomThe Mercury News
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Natalee Holloway's father: Human remains in Aruba could be daughter's
The father of Natalee Holloway announced Wednesday that he and an investigator recently found human remains behind a home in Aruba, NBC reports. Natalee Holloway, 18, disappeared in Aruba during a graduation trip 12 years ago. No one has ever ...
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Car Chase Ends in Tragedy at LA Container Terminal
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On Wednesday, a suspected car thief drove into the Port of Los Angeles' West Basin Shipping Terminal and climbed up a ship-to-shore crane. The Los Angeles Police Department attempted to rescue the man from his perch, but despite efforts to talk him ...
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The Latest: Car drove at high speed across Catalan vineyard
BARCELONA, Spain — The Latest on the aftermath of the Spain attacks (all times local):. 6 p.m.. The daughter of a Catalan vineyard owner says her father alerted police after they saw a car crossing their property at high speed even though the vineyard ...
Barcelona attack: Suspected van driver shot downBBC News
Person shot amid hunt for Barcelona attack suspectCBS News
Spanish police shoot suspected Barcelona attackerReuters
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Press HeraldThe eclipse is Monday, but will clouds wreck the view?Press HeraldClouds can ruin an eclipse party by preventing us from seeing the phenomena, but the weather is likely to cooperate Monday. By David Epstein · Follow on Twitter &middo...Read More »
USA TODAYDow drops 274 points as Trump crisis shakes confidenceUSA TODAYThe political problems in Trumpland are now causing problems for the stock market on Wall Street. Political jitters finally caught up with the Dow, which tumbled 274 points Thursda...Read More »
South African borders on alert to ensure Grace Mugabe does not flee
JOHANNESBURG (Reuters) - Police have put a "red alert" on South Africa's borders to prevent any attempt by Zimbabwean first lady Grace Mugabe, who is accused of assaulting a model in a Johannesburg hotel, to flee the country. Her husband ...
Mugabe flies to South Africa to aid wife accused of assaultWashington Post
The Latest: Lawyers for South Africa Model Consider CourtU.S. News & World Report
Could Diplomatic Immunity Save Robert Mugabe's Wife From Prosecution?Newsweek
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