By now, NBA fans know one detail more important than any other when it comes to this offseason—don't blink.
The free-agent market hasn't even opened and the happenings around the Association have been borderline exhausting. The draft itself lived up to the hype, while names of varying status such as Jimmy Butler and D'Angelo Russell found themselves shipped away via trade.
Trades won't stop capturing the imagination, though, not with names like Paul George floating around and endless sign-and-trade scenarios possible. Free agency? Names like Stephen Curry, Gordon Hayward, Chris Paul and ...more
President Emmanuel Macron said Monday France refuses to recognise Russia's "annexation" of the Ukrainian peninsula of Crimea.
We already know what's coming to Netflix in July 2017, and now we know what's on the way for Amazon Prime next month. Amazon has announced all the TV shows and movies headed to the service for July 2017, with the list including all manner of titles. Among them are Best Picture winner Braveheart, the silly Frankie Muniz movie Agent Cody Banks, the Johnny Depp-starring Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, and Breakfast at Tiffany's.All of those movies arrive on July 1, alongside the first nine Star Trek movies and the George Clooney film Up In The Air.Looking further into the month, The Curious Ca...more
French president Emmanual Macron enlisted a high-profile Donald Trump antagonist in his ongoing quest to #MakeThePlanetGreatAgain.
Terminator star and former California governor Arnold Schwarzenegger met with the French president to chat about global warming and the Paris Climate Agreement, which Trump abandoned earlier in June. To celebrate this meeting of the minds, the two posed for a video selfie and threw some not so subtle shade toward the White House.
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Thousands of people took to the streets of the French capital Saturday for the fortieth Paris Gay Pride rally to remind French President Emmanuel Macron of his election promise to make medically assisted procreation (MAP) available for all.