Deadline— His credentials seemed impeccable. He was 60, a Yale graduate, a former studio chief, a gifted dealmaker and now a newly named company president. But there were a few clouds: He was also a convicted embezzler, a compulsive gambler and his Yale degree was bogus. This was 1981 and David Begelman, the new boss of [
chicagotribune.com—‘It’s that perfect storm’: The new challenges facing college athletes on campus — including legal and ethical questions about COVID-19 guidelines. Several schools have had athletes test positive for the coronavirus after returning to college campuses for voluntary workouts. Players have been asked to sign documents acknowledging the risks and their understanding of preventative measures. Schools say these aren't legal documents, but could they be used in court?
Highsnobiety—Nike’s New ISPA Collection Includes Some of the Brand’s Wildest Sneakers to Date. Nike will soon begin releasing designs from its Fall and Holiday 2020 ISPA collection. Organized under the philosophy of Improvise, Scavenge, Protect, and Adapt, the assortment consists of some of the brand’s wildest sneakers to date. With Nike ISPA, the sportswear juggernaut introduces groundbreaking products designed to solve everyday problems. For Fall and Holiday 2020, [
www.rawstory.com—Here are 7 bombshell details from CNN’s new exposé on Trump’s disturbing calls with foreign leaders. A new blockbuster CNN report from famed Watergate reporter Carl Bernstein published Monday documented his extensive findings about President Donald Trump’s disturbing conversations with foreign leaders. Though the nature of Trump’s interactions with many foreign leaders has been explored before — his call with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky led to his impeachment — Bernstein’s reporting [