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Douglas Hodge Sentenced To 9 Months In Prison Over College Admissions Scandal - NPR
Prosecutors told the court that they considered Douglas Hodge, the ex-CEO of PIMCO, among the "most culpable" of the parents charged. He has been sentenced to nine months in prison.

4-year-old dies from flu after members of anti-vax Facebook group advise his mom to use thyme and elderberries instead of Tamiflu - CBS News
In a heartbreaking post, his mother says the child's doctor prescribed him Tamiflu, but she never picked it up.

Warriors' Steve Kerr says Andrew Wiggins a better fit than D'Angelo Russell - ESPN
Warriors coach Steve Kerr said Friday that the team traded D'Angelo Russell to the Timberwolves for Andrew Wiggins because he views Wiggins as a better fit for Golden State's style of play.

Boeing’s Starliner problems may be worse than we thought - Ars Technica
"Nothing good can come from those two spacecraft bumping into one another."

‘Dark Arts’ and ‘Codebreaker’: The Origins of the Houston Astros Cheating Scheme - The Wall Street Journal
MLB Commissioner Rob Manfred’s previously undisclosed letter to Astros GM Jeff Luhnow details the team’s spreadsheet and algorithm to steal signs in one of the biggest scandals in baseball history

Sanders leads Buttigieg in New Hampshire, days before primary, latest NBC News-Marist poll says - CNBC
Bernie Sanders remains at the top of the heap in the NBC News/Marist poll of New Hampshire, ahead of Pete Buttigieg, days before that state holds its primary election.

Helicopter that killed Kobe Bryant showed no signs of engine failure - New York Post
The helicopter that crashed killing NBA legend Kobe Bryant, his 13-year-old daughter Gianna and seven others onboard, showed no evidence of “catastrophic internal” engine failure, federal investiga…

‘Birds of Prey’ Flailing With $34 Million Box Office Opening - Variety
Margot Robbie’s “Birds of Prey” is set to open well below forecasts, with about $34 million at 4,236 North American sites, early estimates showed on Friday. Estimates for “B…

Antarctica just set a record high temperature of 64.9 degrees -
You could wear shorts in the Antarctic Peninsula right now.

Key impeachment witness Vindman fired from White House job - CNN
Lt. Col. Alex Vindman, the top Ukraine expert at the National Security Council, was pushed out of his role Friday months earlier than expected, according to a statement from his attorney. Vindman was not slated to leave until July, but had been telling collea…

UFC 247 Embedded: Vlog Series - Episode 5 - UFC - Ultimate Fighting Championship
On Episode 5 of UFC 247 Embedded, title challengers Katlyn Chookagian and Dominick Reyes join a Jon Anik-hosted athlete panel alongside Ilir Latifi, who make...

The U.S. created 514,000 fewer jobs in 2018-19 than originally reported — here’s what that means - MarketWatch
The U.S. economy created about a half-million fewer jobs in 2019 and 2018 than it first appeared, but it doesn’t mean the labor market isn’t strong. It is.

Trump's next budget could give NASA a huge funding windfall - Engadget
The money would help fulfill dreams of returning to the Moon.

Moto G Power and G Stylus: Surprise, Motorola released two new budget phones - CNET
We go hands-on with the new Moto G Power and its behemoth battery, and the Moto G Stylus, which is basically a budget Galaxy Note 10.

On Cruise Ship Quarantined In Japan, Any New Cases Would Reset The Isolation Clock - NPR
If the cruise ship were a country, it would now have the second-highest number of coronavirus cases outside of mainland China.

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