FROM Mike Bresnahan
NBA Players Reject League's Offer A court may have to determine weather the National Basketball League will have a season. This afternoon, the players' association turned down the NBA's last and best offer and then disbanded so the players can sue the owners under anti-trust laws. Sports writer Mike Bresnahan covers the Lakers for the Los Angeles Times .
Can Professional Basketball Get Back on Its Game? The National Hockey League lost a full season before owners and players could reach a deal seven years ago. Now the National Basketball Association's pre-season never happened and the regular season's been cancelled through mid-November . If players and owners agree before then, it'll still take another month to get the regular season going.
Should we 'hack the climate' to fight global warming? The Paris Agreements won't be enough to reverse global warming, whether President Trump pulls the US out or not. Is it time to try altering the atmosphere by what's called "geoengineering?" We hear about unintended consequences, international relations… and ethics.
Will the GOP weather the storm with Trump or jump ship? Breitbart news claims that the GOP "establishment" has it's knives out" for President Trump, but Republicans in Congress are mostly supportive… at least in public. We look at whether that's likely to last.
Free speech and the ideological fight for college campuses Conservatives claim that American colleges and universities are bastions of liberal orthodoxy, shielding students from alternative ways of thinking. What better place for a protest than UC Berkeley? What better agent of controversy than Ann Coulter?