Daily Archives: September 5, 2013

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LeBron James’ mother dating a Miami rapper

by Danielle Canada

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The mother of a NBA champion is once again making headlines for her personal life, this time with a Miami emcee. Lebron James‘ mother Gloria James is apparently dating”Da Real Lambo,” a local rapper whose flooded Instagram with pictures of himself and the baller’s mom. Gloria is in her mid 40s and Lambo is reportedly 31. Continue reading

Michael Jordan’s daughter comes out of the closet as gay

By: Terry Shropshire

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Michael Jordan, universally considered the greatest basketball player of all time, has just witnessed his daughter Jasmine Jordan come out to the world as a homosexual.

Jasmine Jordan shared her sexual orientation on Instagram earlier this week with a series of photos of her nestled up tight with her girlfriend, former Syracuse Orange basketball guard Carmen Tyson-Thomas.

Car bombs across Iraqi capital kill nearly 60 people

A series of car bombs exploded across the Iraqi capital on Tuesday, killing nearly 60 people in predominantly Shi’ite districts, police and medics said.

By Kareem Raheem

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It was not immediately clear who had carried out the attacks, which appeared coordinated, but Sunni Islamist militants, including an al Qaeda affiliate, have been striking with a ferocity not seen in years.

More than two years of civil war in neighboring Syria have aggravated deep-rooted sectarian divisions in Iraq, fraying an uneasy government coalition of Shi’ite, Sunni and ethnic Kurdish factions. Continue reading

Scientists discover key to normal memory lapses in seniors

Scientists have good news for all the older adults who occasionally forget why they walked into a room – and panic that they are getting Alzheimer’s disease.

By Sharon Begley

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Not only is age-related memory loss a syndrome in its own right and completely unrelated to that dread disease, but unlike Alzheimer’s it may be reversible or even preventable, researchers led by a Nobel laureate said in a study published on Wednesday. Continue reading