Re-Drafting the 2018 NBA Lottery If Summer League Performance Really Mattered
0 of 14 Garrett Ellwood/Getty Images Every year, summer league brings surprises and disappointments. The question is how much stock NBA teams should put in each. We redrafted the 2018 class based on July's results. And some major changes were made.  Top names have fallen because of exposed weaknesses that raise legitimate questions about their…
Putin: Powerful forces trying to sabotage US-Russia ties
Russian President Vladimir Putin accused "powerful" forces within the United States of trying to sabotage ties between Moscow and Washington in the wake of a controversial summit with US counterpart Donald Trump. Addressing Russian diplomats in Moscow on Thursday, Putin described his meeting with Trump earlier this week as "successful", but warned relations between the…
The Woman Coming for Larry Nassar’s Job
B/R Michigan State University, known locally as State, is a sprawling campus in East Lansing marked by a series of roads that wind into each other like irrigation channels. On the drive to the school, green plains dot the landscape and the backs of passing cars and trucks almost universally announce their collegiate loyalty in…
Intel chief talks about Trump, Russia meddling
The United States’ top intelligence officer said on Thursday that he was just doing his job when he released a statement contradicting the president’s comments on Russian meddling in the 2016 election. Interested in Russia Investigation? Add Russia Investigation as an interest to stay up to date on the latest Russia Investigation news, video, and…
M.I.A.’s New Documentary Traces Her Rise From Refugee To Pop Star
If ever there was a pop star impossible to pigeonhole into one particular box, it's M.I.A., the musical maverick behind hits like "Paper Planes" and "Bad Girls." That's exactly why the upcoming documentary about her life, identity, and career, MATANGI / MAYA / M.I.A., is so eagerly anticipated — and on Thursday (July 19), the…