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Column: How Can Kobe Bryant Be Gone? His Legend Wasn’t Supposed To End This Way (LA Times) Lakers legend Kobe Bryant died in a helicopter crash in Calabasas on Sunday. He was 41.
Global Stock Markets Roiled As China’s Coronavirus Spreads (CNBC) A fifth case in the U.S. has now been confirmed and the virus has been detected in Singapore, South Korea, Australia, Canada, France, Japan, Malaysia and Vietnam.
Kobe Bryant’s Brilliant And Complicated Legacy (New York Times) Bryant, who died with his daughter Gianna in a helicopter crash on Sunday, was an unquestioned basketball great, but his legacy is not so straightforward.
Apple Was Headed For A Slump. Then It Had One Of The Biggest Rallies Ever. (Wall Street Journal) Shares of the iPhone maker have more than doubled over the past year, and investors are divided on whether they can keep climbing.
The Loss Of A Myth And A Man (The Ringer) Kobe Bryant, who died Sunday in a helicopter crash at age 41, leaves behind a legacy as one of the NBA’s last true legends.
Coronavirus Fears Spark Run On Surgical Face Masks In U.S. (Axios) Despite reassurances from public health officials that Americans don’t currently need to wear face masks as a precaution against coronavirus, many drug stores are selling out.
Touching Photos Show Kobe Bryant With Daughter’s Team On The Day Before Their Death (New York Post) The 41-year-old retired Los Angeles Lakers star coached the Mamba Lady Mavericks in their first two games of the Mamba Cup Series on Saturday.
Bolton’s Manuscript Leaks As Memoir Pre-orders Begin On Amazon (Fox News) Trump fires back.
Antonio Brown Literally Runs Out Of Jail After Posting Bail (Yahoo! Entertainment) Judge Issues Stringent Stipulations.
Billie Eilish Swept The Four Major Categories At Sunday’s Grammy Awards, Winning Song, Album, Record Of The Year And Best New Artist. (Variety) It was a big night for Billie Eilish at the 62nd Annual Grammy Awards.
CBS Captured The Moment Tiger Woods Learned About Kobe Bryant’s Death (Awful Announcing) Tiger’s caddie, Joe LaCava, kept Woods from the news until after the round.