Entrepreneur and Dallas Maverick's owner Mark Cuban visited the What's Trending Live set on the tenth anniversary of HDNet, his television network, to look back on the company and talk about the choices he's made.
Richard O'Barry gets misty eyed when he talks about Cathy. His beautiful girl died in his arms. Suicide he says. Cathy was a bottlenose dolphin, one of five he trained for the 60′s television hit Flipper.
What do you think of when you hear the phrase "L.A. Gangs?" Drug dealing? Drive-bys? Prison tattoos? How about 6-figure salaries and academic tutoring? If those last ones seem out of place, tune in tonight.
Cuban made his fortune at the height of the dot-com bubble by selling his company to Yahoo! for $5.9 billion in Yahoo! stock. Since then, he's been an outspoken voice in American culture -- with mixed results.
When we discuss pollution, we tend to focus on global effects of global consumption -- warming caused by billions of individual lifestyle choices. La Oroya, however, is a place where the effects are felt here and now.
Saakashvili told our reporters that "with all the courage I can observe in our troops, nobody would be crazy enough to attack the Russian army, right?" But attack, he did and the Russian Bear was unleashed.