Kevin Durant (Photo by Ezra Shaw/Getty Images)
Kevin Durant is reportedly planning to opt-out of his player option with the Golden State Warriors for the 2017-2018 season and become an unrestricted free agent on July 1, but he will still sign and stay on with the team that he won his first ever NBA championship with.
Members of the Asian-American rock band “The Slants” (Anthony Pidgeon/Getty Images)
The United States Supreme Court ruled unanimously Monday that the government cannot refuse to register a trademark because some may find the trademarked words offensive, saying that the disparagement clause of the copyright law is not an anti-discrimination clause, but rather a “happy-talk” clause.
A woman who experienced medical distress shortly after entering an airplane bathroom was reportedly dragged partially clothed down the aisle of the crowded commercial airline, much to the horror of other passengers, so that EMTs could render medical aid to her outside the plane.
Read “Dying Woman Dragged Half-Naked Down Crowded Airplane Aisle By Emergency Workers“
Karrueche Tran (L) and Chris Brown (Photo by Noam Galai/Getty Images for Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week)
Let the relationship between Chris Brown and Karrueche Tran be an object lesson in what not to do when you break up with someone, because let’s be honest: Chris Brown terrorized this girl all over social media, and it wasn’t cute or funny in the least. A judge has granted Tran a 5-year restraining order against Brown to keep her safe.
Read “Karrueche Tran Gets 5-Year Restraining Order Against Creepy Ex-Boyfriend Chris Brown“
Diego Puma Macancela, 19. (Courtesy of the family’s lawyers at Neighbors Link)
Puma Macancela was taken to a detention facility in New Jersey. Rosa Ines Macancela Vazquez, his undocumented Ecuadoran immigrant mother who entered the United States illegally with him two years ago, is being held at Orange County Correctional Facility in Goshen, N.Y.
Read “ICE Picks Up Teen Hours Before His Senior Prom, Days Before His High School Graduation“
Ebony Magazine’s March 2017 cover
What happens when Ebony Magazine promises over and over again that it’s going to pay its freelance writers ‘soon,’ but reportedly throws an expensive Super Bowl party in Houston and hosts a lavish company event in Los Angeles with money that was initially earmarked to pay said freelancers? A union steps in and tells them they need to put up or shut up.
Read “Writers Union to Ebony Magazine: Pay Like You Weigh #EbonyOwes“