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An NBA legend who was also a cultural icon: Kobe Bryant

I've spent enough time around professional athletes to know the hardest thing for the all-time greats to do is say goodbye to the game they love. For some it's the loss of the locker room camaraderie, while others typically miss the adulation. A few have spoken openly about the money, though I'm sure for many more, that too is part of the equation, if only subconsciously. All speak of the shift in their identity. Imagine spending most of your life wanting to be something, achieving it and then having it ripped away forever through no fault of your own.

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Parnas tape is a real problem for Trump

"But her emails" became a shorthand way after the 2016 election to explain -- often in jest and as memes -- why Hillary Clinton, who was favored to win, lost to Donald Trump. However, all jokes aside, post-election studies confirmed that Clinton's emails were the most-covered topic during the campaign between May 2015 and November 2016.

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Powerball jackpot jumps up to $394 million

Mega-millionaire hopefuls were most likely disappointed by last night's drawing as there was no winner of the $366 million prize. But they shouldn't be too upset. That just means they'll have another chance to win the increased jackpot of $394 million in the next drawing.

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This is the new streaming wars

When Jeremy Wang started streaming on Twitch in 2016, he was an unknown twenty-something with a few coding internships under his belt. Almost no one knew his name or what he looked like. The latter, at least, was by design: Wang, now 28, initially wore a mask everywhere — whether playing video games at competitive events or streaming from a closet while visiting his sister in New York.

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Residents fret as China's virus exclusion zone widens

Walking through the drizzle outside the railway station in the city of Changsha on Chinese New Year, local residents said it was only a matter of time before they became part of a lockdown aimed at containing China's most lethal new contagious disease since 2003.

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Opinion: My sister died in the Iran plane shootdown

Living in Dallas for the past six years, I have ached to see my only sibling, Niloufar. There were days we missed each other so much that I almost wanted to give up my life in Dallas just to go and see her, but I knew if I left, I might not be able to come back to be here with my husband. I had to wait for my immigration case to process before I could visit them, and Niloufar couldn't come see me because of the recent US travel restrictions for Iranians.

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