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Fox Sports 29 Apr 2020

Isiah Thomas 'LeBron and KD in the 80's…who's the GOAT?'

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Isiah Thomas goes 1-on-1 with Chris Broussard explaining why LeBron James is still the best player in the NBA and what if LeBron and Kevin Durant were to play in the 80's? We would be looking at the GOAT conversation completely different.


On July 23, Aleksandr Lukashenko, president of Belarus, expressed frustration with the way officials in his administration and government ministries have been handling hard-hitting media coverage of opposition protests in the country since May.

Lukashenko said his administration, press secretary and ministries have been doing nothing to stop the "dirt-spitting" press.

"We are the landlords of this country! So do your duties, if you can't just say so, others will do the job!" he said in a video meeting with the officials.

Lukashenko then scolded Belarusian Foreign Minister Vladimir Makei, who stood and listened with his head down.

"In the foreign ministry everybody just sits and waits for the president's orders! Why do you tolerate them? You've accredited them here, so don't wait for an end of the election campaign, expel them!" Lukashenko said.

That was after claiming the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) and the U.S. government-funded Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty (RFE/RL) "go beyond biased reporting" and "call for mass riots."

That claim is false.
CBS MoneyWatch spoke to The New School's retirement expert, labor economist Teresa Ghilarducci, about why women and workers of color are more likely to be forced into early retirements during the coronavirus pandemic.
CBS MoneyWatch spoke to The New School's retirement expert, labor economist Teresa Ghilarducci, about why women and workers of color are more likely to be forced into early retirements during the coronavirus pandemic.
Minnesota's restaurant and agricultural industries are overwhelmingly white and present few opportunities for people of color. Chefs Erin Lucas and Mateo Mackbee are hoping to change that. They left the Minneapolis food scene and moved to St. Joseph, a rural, mostly white Minnesota town where they are using their restaurant group and farm to promote racial justice and teach young people about sustainable farming.

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