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Tyler Honeycutt, Former NBA Player, Found Dead After Standoff With Police: Report
Los Angeles police said the 27-year-old fired a gun at them but did not hit any officers.
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People Sent A Lot Of Racist Email To UCLA After 3 Athletes Were Arrested In China
“3 JERKS — DISGRACED THE COLLEGE — OUR COUNTRY AND THEIR RACE!” read one typical email.
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Steven Mnuchin Doesn't Want People To See Video Of His Heckled UCLA Talk
Police arrested three people at the speech -- and, yes, it was caught on film.
Steve Mnuchin Doesn’t Want You To Watch This
U.S. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin would hate for you to watch this video of him being heckled for the Trump administration's economic policies that many say are designed to benefit the wealthy.
Study Shows Audiences Want Diversity
A new study from UCLA finds that despite the huge success of diverse Hollywood projects, studios still release films with predominantly white casts.
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Trump's Environmental Actions Spark Resistance In Many States
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Expect More Lawsuits States’ first line of defense against unwanted federal policy is litigation. And since Trump took office
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Trump Supporters Are Confusing LeVar Burton With LaVar Ball, And It's Painful
No, the "Star Trek" actor doesn't have sons who play basketball in L.A.
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Donald Trump Says He Should Have Left UCLA Players Jailed In China
The president lashed out at LaVar Ball, the father of one of the basketball players, in a tweet Sunday.
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UCLA Players Thank Trump After China Frees Them In Shoplifting Case
The president had earlier questioned whether his efforts would be recognized by the young men.
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UCLA Players Arrested In China Arrive Home After Trump Talks To Xi Jinping
They were detained Nov. 7 in Hangzhou on shoplifting charges.
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3 UCLA Basketball Players Arrested In China On Shoplifting Charges
One of them is LiAngelo Ball, brother of Lakers rookie Lonzo Ball and son of outspoken sports dad LaVar Ball.
Students Are Worrying About Donald Trump Instead Of Their Schoolwork
The 45th president appears to be having an effect on teenagers, but not a positive one.
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Affirming Our LGBTQ+ Educators Is Essential To Fighting Prejudice
Jeff Baker, M.Phil.Ed., Ed.M.
Advocate, Educator, Therapist
Our presence is often highly visible but routinely ignored. So much so that we sometimes resign to voicelessness.
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The Feds Could Fix College Sports. But They're Playing For The Wrong Team.
An antitrust suit against the NCAA’s price-fixing amateur model would benefit players -- and rid college sports of the worst corruption that plagues them.
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Adorable Dad Ships Sliced Mangos To Daughter After She Forgot Them At Home
The college student received the mangoes "cut, packaged and shipped with love."
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