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San Antonio Spurs head coach Gregg Popovich was in no mood to deal with reporters following the Spurs' 107-92 Game 1 loss to the Los Angeles Clippers. Going into the press conference, Pop was visibly annoyed, and the questions he faced in his postgame press conference certainly didn’t improve his demeanor. He replied to questions with answers like "a lot" and "i do."
Video taken by a robotic probe sent into the Fukushim Daiichi nuclear plant captures another robot which got stuck on a previous exploration. The area is considered too dangerous for humans to enter because of the high level of radiation.
Just last week, an edited video of ESPN reporter Britt McHenry’s tirade against a towing-company employee went viral, bringing the issue of fat shaming to the forefront. Although she apologized, the incident prompted the Obesity Action Coalition to speak out. Melinda J. Watman, chair of the coalition’s Weight Bias Committee, said, “The AMA has said obesity, is a disease. People need to start thinking about it that way, just like cancer and diabetes and high blood pressure.” But is calling someone fat as off
Community leaders were calling for change after the weekend was marred by more than a dozen violent incidents in New York City that killed at least two people.