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James Harden and Russell Westbrook on the Great Houston Rockets Experiment

Russell Westbrook and I used to have fashion beef. On the great Fashion Feud Intense-O-Meter, our beef sits somewhere between Yves Saint Laurent versus Tom Ford and Dwayne Johnson versus shirts with sleeves. Which is to say it wasn't that serious. But here's what happened: Six or so years ago, when a certain stylist who works with NBA players claimed on Instagram that a client of hers was being copied by other players, I chimed in. The post was ... Full story

Don’t bet against Joe Biden just yet. He has an ace up his sleeve.

Nevada, the next state voting in the Democratic presidential contest, is known for its casinos. It should be no surprise, then, that former vice president Joe Biden, goes into Saturday’s caucus with an ace up his sleeve: black voters. Biden’s campaign stumbled in the first two states on the Democratic calendar, Iowa and New Hampshire. His weak fourth-place finish in Iowa was followed by a horrific fifth-place showing in New Hampshire. Pundits ... Full story

Australia firefighters thanked with Times Square billboard

Image caption The fire service ran their message in Times Square. An Australian volunteer firefighting service has used a giant, 21m (70ft) tall billboard in Times Square in New York City to thank crew for their work. Mammoth fires which ravaged New South Wales (NSW) state were finally declared "contained" last week in an end to the worst bushfire season on record. At least six firefighters were killed in the state, including three US crew. The ... Full story

Boeing finds debris in fuel tanks of undelivered 737 Max jets

Boeing found debris in the gas tanks of some of several hundred undelivered 737 Max jets, a potential safety hazard and yet another problem for the company as it tries to get the planes airborne again after two deadly crashes. Mark Jenks, a Boeing vice president and general manager of the 737 program, sent an email to all employees on the 737 program, addressing the problem, known as foreign object debris or FOD. “FOD is absolutely ... Full story

Virus-hit cruise ship passengers to start disembarking in Japan

A worker in protective gear is seen on the cruise ship Diamond Princess seen at Daikoku Pier Cruise Terminal in Yokohama, south of Tokyo, Japan February 19, 2020. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-hoon. TOKYO (Reuters) - Around 500 passengers on the virus-hit cruise ship quarantined off Yokohama near Tokyo were set to disembark on Wednesday, although those sharing a room with people testing positive would have to stay on board longer, media and officials said. ... Full story

China's virus-hit industrial cities start to ease transport curbs, restore production

BEIJING (Reuters) - Big manufacturing hubs on the Chinese coast are starting to loosen curbs on the movement of people and traffic while local governments prod factories to restart production, following weeks of stoppages due to the coronavirus outbreak. An employee wearing a face mask works on the production line at a textile factory in Haian, Jiangsu province, China February 16, 2020. China Daily via REUTERS. In their early efforts to contain ... Full story

Scorsese awaits next film by director of South Korea's Oscar-winning 'Parasite'

Director of four Oscar award-winning film 'Parasite' Bong Joon-ho answers a reporters' question during a news conference in Seoul, South Korea, February 19, 2020. REUTERS/Kim Hong-Ji. SEOUL (Reuters) - Hollywood veteran Martin Scorsese told the South Korean director of “Parasite”, this year’s winner of the Oscar for best picture, that he is waiting to see his next film, Bong Joon-ho said on Wednesday. The comment figured in a letter from the ... Full story

China races to contain job losses as coronavirus batters economy

BEIJING (Reuters) - When cameraman Mark Xia returned to his job this month after holidays, the Shanghai video production house where he worked told him to take three months of leave with no pay, as a coronavirus epidemic takes a toll of China’s businesses. FILE PHOTO: A guard measures the body temperature of a worker with a thermometer at the entrance to a factory, as the country is hit by an outbreak of the novel coronavirus, in Shijiazhuang, ... Full story

State appeals court temporarily blocks voter ID law in North Carolina

A second court has temporarily blocked North Carolina’s new voter identification law on the argument that it discriminates against African Americans. The ruling reduces the likelihood that the rule will be in effect in a key swing state during November’s elections. A three-judge panel of the North Carolina Court of Appeals ruled Tuesday that intent to discriminate was a “primary motivating factor” behind the voter ID law, which passed the ... Full story

Klobuchar’s hot dish and Warren’s heart-shaped cakes soothe our unfounded fear of women in office Post

Sen. Amy Klobuchar emerged from Iowa and New Hampshire as a serious contender for the 2020 Democratic nomination. That came on the heels of a New York Times headline focused not on her speeches or debates but on her bid to attract supporters through her cooking. The Times reported that Klobuchar’s “Taconite Tater Tot Hot Dish” — a layered dish of ground beef, tater tots and pepper jack — was the star attraction of her campaign events. While ... Full story