New art installed at Madrid street art project
International street artist Antonyo Marest creates a piece of art.
Zaza Pachulia, Justin Bieber, Macedonian Twitter bots and the insanity of NBA All-Star voting
IF THE GOLDEN State Warriors are built around a Big Four, Zaza Pachulia might be the fifth. Now in his 14th season, Pachulia has never averaged more than 12 points per game. His style of play? The opposite of glitzy. In other words, he'd be incredibly out of place in the NBA All-Star Game. Yet when
Top 12 basketball leagues in the world outside the NBA
Editor's note: Fran Fraschilla, a former head coach at Manhattan, St. John's and New Mexico , is a college basketball analyst and international draft expert for ESPN. Here are his rankings of the top 12 pro basketball leagues in the world outside of the NBA. 1. EuroLeague The EuroLeague is the
For Many, the European Dream Stops in Serbia
Once applauded for its treatment of migrants and refugees , Serbia has recently become a frozen, forlorn purgatory for many who are caught on the Balkans route from the Mediterranean Sea to Germany with nowhere left to go. "Serbia risks becoming a dumping zone, a new Calais where people are
Attorney General Confirmation Hearing Enters Second Day
ABC News' Janai Norman takes us outside the Senate confirmation hearing for Senator Jeff Sessions.
Small Business Expert Shows Beauty Salon Owner How to Make Over His Business
Goran Cobanovski is the embodiment of the American dream. Arriving in the U.S. from Macedonia in 2001 with no savings, he settled in Chicago , and within five years, he opened his own beauty salon, Goran Coban Salon. Today his flagship salon location in downtown Chicago employs a staff of 18
When Fake News Stories Make Real News Headlines
When Marco Chacon first saw the phrase “bucket of losers” trending online, he said he “freaked out.” It came from a story he had posted on his website about a supposed “secret transcript” of a Hillary Clinton speech given inside a Goldman Sachs boardroom, which claimed Clinton had called Bernie
Trapped in Serbia, Migrants Shelter in Warehouse
When Taliban insurgents knocked on his house door in Jalalabad around six months ago and asked him to join their forces, Darvish, 15, borrowed money from his uncle and left Afghanistan. "My father had worked as a driver for a U.S. company and he was killed by Taliban forces three years ago. When