If the Southern Poverty Law Center got one thing right in the report it released last week about the standoff involving ranting racist rancher Cliven Bundy, it’s this: Those who broke the law need to be held to account.
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Determined killers, deranged gunmen and terrorist threats have forced local emergency responders to rethink their approach — and their safety — in active-shooter and multiple-casualty scenarios.
Secret wait lists, delays in care, shoddy treatment and needless patient deaths. How much bigger can the already-humongous Veterans Affairs mess get?
SCORES: Portland 91, Atlanta 76; Chicago 107, Minnesota 73; Houston 83, LA Clippers 60; Washington 85, Miami 83; Phoenix 97, Philadelphia 88; Utah 87, Denver 69
Commisioner Adam Silver said the league is waiting for the trial between Donald and Shelly Sterling to conclude so the NBA can finalize the sale of the team to Seattle’s Steve Ballmer for $2 billion. The league’s owners met for four hours at Wynn Las Vegas for their annual summer meetings.
Four teams went undefeated heading into the start of today’s NBA Summer League playoffs. The Chicago Bulls, New York Knicks, Washington Wizards and Cleveland Cavaliers all went 3-0 and are the top four seeds in the 24-team tournament. The championship game is Monday at the Thomas & Mack Center.
Brady Kannon, a handicapper for Pregame.com, analyzes the top British Open players.
Las Vegas handicapper Wes Reynolds (@WesReynolds1 on Twitter) is betting a mythical $200 bankroll on British Open futures (odds from LVH sports book).
Dante Exum is a member of the Utah Jazz, in search of a nickname — but without stereotypes, if you don’t mind.