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ARCHIVAL VIDEO: 'It's Legalized Bribery,' Senator Says of 2000 Dem Convention
Aug. 16, 2000: ABC News' Brian Ross tries to get answers at Democrats' luxurious parties in Los Angeles.
How 3-D Facial Scans Might Uncover Hidden Signs of Aging
Researchers are hoping 3-D scans can shed new light on signs of aging. Researchers from the Fudan University in Shanghai are investigating if 3-D scans can find hidden signs of aging and potentially develop an app that will allow doctors to identify patients at high risk for deadly health
How LeBron has changed the league
We usually wait awhile to write our histories until they fully unfold. It's too hard to tell in real time where the chapter breaks are. But sometimes you just know when to dog-ear a page for future reference. The night lives up to the narrative. All the details matter for posterity. The mid-January
Ways Sex Affects Your Brain
Understanding how sex affects your brain can improve your roll in the hay, and it may also shed light on other parts of your health, says Barry R. Komisaruk, PhD, distinguished professor of psychology at Rutgers University in Newark, New Jersey . It's not the easiest subject to study—test subjects
Steve Ballmer worth $22.5 billion
Sports owners filled the list of the annual 400 Richest Americans published by Forbes magazine on Monday, including new Los Angeles Clippers owner Steve Ballmer, who at a net worth of $22.5 billion, is the richest American owner of a sports team. Ballmer, who spent 34 years at Microsoft, bought the
Sterling trial put on hold until July 21
LOS ANGELES -- A trial that could determine the fate of the Los Angeles Clippers was delayed Thursday until after a deadline to conclude a $2 billion sale -- and a scheduled NBA vote on the deal -- but there is hope for more time. Donald Sterling has vowed never to sell the team and he's trying to
Star Power Couldn't Win California's 90210 Primary
You might think that all you need to win the Congressional primary in California’s 33rd Congressional district, which includes celebrity hotspots like Malibu, Beverly Hills and Bel Air, is the endorsement of stars such as Katy Perry and Kim Kardashian. Well, think again. As the...
Ballmer, Sterling trust strike $2B deal
The Sterling family trust has signed an agreement to sell the Los Angeles Clippers to former Microsoft chief executive Steve Ballmer for $2 billion, sources told ESPN.com's Ramona Shelburne. The agreement was signed Thursday and was sent straight to the NBA for final approval, sources said. Banned
Steve Ballmer bids $2B for Clippers
The Sterling family trust has signed an agreement to sell the Los Angeles Clippers to former Microsoft chief executive Steve Ballmer, sources tell ESPN.com's Ramona Shelburne. Sources confirmed to ESPN earlier Thursday evening that Ballmer had submitted a bid of $2 billion. The agreement is going
Former Microsoft CEO bids $2B
Former Microsoft chief executive Steve Ballmer has submitted a bid of $2 billion to buy the Los Angeles Clippers , sources have confirmed to ESPN. Sources tell ESPN.com's Darren Rovell that Ballmer's bid is the highest so far, topping bids from groups led by David Geffen ($1.6 billion) and L.A.