Lakers News: Corey Brewer’s Contract Gets Bought Out, Josh Hart Injured

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The Los Angeles Lakers and reserve forward Corey Brewer have agreed to a contract buyout, according to reports.  Brewer, 31, will be an unrestricted free agent this summer. He is earning $7.58 million this season, according to Spotrac. In February 2017, the Houston Rockets traded Brewer and a first-round pick to the Lakers for combo guard Lou Williams.

WATCH: Erratic Shirtless Passenger Attempts Fight With Airport Ground Crew On Tarmac

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An agitated passenger on Monday got kicked off a flight at the Charlotte Douglas International Airport in North Carolina and was recorded with his shirt off while attempting to fight several airport employees on the runway.

Who Is Jeff Franklin? ‘Fuller House’ Showrunner Fired After Multiple Complaints

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Jeff Franklin, creator of “Full House” and “Fuller House,” has been fired from his role as showrunner of the Netflix sequel series due to complaints about his behavior. Warner Bros. TV has also decided not to renew its contract with the producer.

The Undertaker, Rey Mysterio Among Possible John Cena WrestleMania 34 Opponents

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For the first time in over a decade, John Cena doesn’t have a clear path to WrestleMania. That’s the story, at least, that WWE and the 16-time world champion are trying to tell ahead of the big show in New Orleans. Cena, of course, will find his way onto the WrestleMania 34 card, likely in one of the event’s biggest matches. He might no longer be a “full-time” wrestler, but he works more dates than Brock Lesnar and is a bigger draw than anyone else on the roster.

Spotify IPO: Company Files For $1 Billion IPO, Will Trade As SPOT

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Music streaming service Spotify on Wednesday filed for an initial public offering (IPO) of $1 billion, making good on its long-rumored intentions to become the latest technology firm to become a publicly traded company.

Watch: Kelly Ripa Makes Controversial Joke After Ryan Seacrest Assault Allegations

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The Wednesday morning episode of “Live With Kelly And Ryan” took an awkward turn when Kelly Ripa made a comment that seemed as if she was making light of the sexual harassment allegations made against Ryan Seacrest. During the show, Ripa pointed out Seacrest was hosting the show without shoes on and offered to help him out. “Sweetie, do you want me to put your shoes back on for you?” she asked. “You don’t mind, do you?” Seacrest asked. “I’m a mom, I can do that,” Ripa replied.

Mental Illness And Gun Laws: What You May Not Know About The Complexities

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Every time the country is shaken by a tragic mass shooting and the loss of innocent lives, the same debates are repeated. Besides sending thoughts and prayers for the victims, a common theme – especially when the shooter is not a Muslim – is discussing warning signs of mental illness, and its role in the actions of the murderer.

Georgia High School Teacher Barricades Classroom With Gun, No Students Hurt

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Gunshots were reported late Wednesday morning at a Georgia high school, leading to the arrest of a teacher. The unidentified teacher allegedly barricaded himself in a classroom with a gun, prompting a disruption of school activities at Dalton High School in Dalton, Georgia, CBS News reported.

Encrypted Smartphones Secure Your Identity, Not Just Your Data

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Smartphones store your email, your photos and your calendar. They provide access to online social media sites like Facebook and Twitter, and even your bank and credit card accounts. And they’re keys to something even more private and precious – your digital identity.

Why Trump May Usher In The Biggest Gas Tax Hike Ever

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The White House aims to boost what the federal government spends on big public works projects by about US$200 billion over the next decade as a part of its plan to fix the nation’s ailing infrastructure. So far, it’s unclear how the Trump administration plans to pay for most of this spending surge at a time when revenue is about to fall due to massive tax cuts.