Dwyane Wade was not happy about this one. Dwyane Wade was one rebound away from a triple double as the Bulls-Cavaliers came to an end. Cristiano Felicio takes away Dwyane Wade's triple double On Court interview with Wade included.
Alex Rodriguez and Anne Wojcicki are reportedly no longer an item. According to Page Six, the retired Yankees legend, 41, and his entrepreneur girlfriend have called their relationship off after having been together just short of a year. “They were an unusual couple, from very different backgrounds, but they are both smart business people, and had quite a few things in common, including a fascination with the tech world,” a source told the outlet.
CYPRESS, Texas (AP) - A 17-year-old transgender boy completed an undefeated season Saturday by winning a controversial Texas state girls wrestling title in an event clouded by criticism from those who believe the testosterone he's taking as he transitions from female to male created an unfair advantage.
Six University of Connecticut students were charged Friday with alcohol-related offenses connected to the death of a student who was run over by a fire department vehicle after leaving a party last fall.
Warren Buffett, who has famously shied away from technology stocks, has made a killing on his investment in Apple’s stock. Writing in his annual report, Buffett revealed that Berkshire Hathaway owned 61.24 million shares of Apple at the end of 2016. Apple closed above $136 on Friday, meaning Berkshire Hathaway has made more than $1.62 billion on its investment so far this year.
A flurry of info from Consumer Reports recently crushed the common misconception that all modern cars are good, and while amenities and quality levels are fantastic when compared to what drivers were forced to buy in the 1980s and even the 1990s, poorly-made vehicles still exist today. Regardless of whether they’re getting slapped with recalls, aren’t measuring up in the safety department, or are just being poorly constructed, cheap cars are a live landmine that consumers have to watch out for when storming the dealership.
When suspending Caleb O’Neil for recording his professor’s rant against then-President-elect Donald Trump, the dean of Orange Coast College said that the punishment should make the student “truly think through your actions and the consequences of those actions.” But it was the college that rethought its actions - after two weeks of intense criticism that the California school was stifling a conservative student to protect a liberal professor. The school canceled the suspension during a special board meeting Thursday, according to the Orange County Register, and issued a statement: “The board believes this is in the interest of fairness and equity for all.” “All” would include O’Neil - a 19-year-old