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Today β€” February 16th 2019Your RSS feeds

Sports of The Times: Colin Kaepernick Is Silenced by a Settlement, but His Knee Spoke Volumes

By MICHAEL POWELL

The former star quarterback took on the hostile forces of a league and a president with dignity. A confidential agreement seems an unsatisfying conclusion.

A Timeline of Colin Kaepernick vs. the N.F.L.

By VICTOR MATHER

Key moments in Kaepernick’s protests during the national anthem and the league’s response.

Yesterday β€” February 15th 2019Your RSS feeds

Colin Kaepernick and the N.F.L. Settle Collusion Case

By KEVIN DRAPER and KEN BELSON

The league said it reached a confidentiality agreement barring it and Kaepernick from discussing the terms of the settlement.

Colin Kaepernick and the N.F.L. Settle Collusion Case

By KEVIN DRAPER and KEN BELSON

The league said it reached a confidentiality agreement barring it and Kaepernick from discussing the terms of the settlement.

Keeping Score: Knicks Come Up Short Again: Not Even the Worst Team of Last 20 Years

By VICTOR MATHER

Just a little context for a dreadful season: By some measures, the Knicks have a ways to go to sink lower in the N.B.A. cellar.

Knicks End Franchise-Worst Losing Streak With Win Over Hawks

By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

Dennis Smith Jr. led with 19 points as the Knicks got their first victory since Jan. 4.

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Further reading: Books for Broken Hearts

By TINA JORDAN and JOUMANA KHATIB

Feeling like you’ve kissed too many frogs? Given up on love altogether? These books might provide some escape this Valentine’s Day.

CNN’s Don Lemon bashes Wisconsin GOP for leaving Kaepernick off Black History resolution

By Stephen Sorace

CNN’s Don Lemon on Wednesday bashed Republican lawmakers in Wisconsin for stripping Colin Kaepernick’s name from a Black History Month resolution, calling the decision “B.S.”

Covington Students β€˜Did Not Instigate’ Lincoln Memorial Encounter, Bishop Says

By SARAH MERVOSH

A report from a detective agency offered a detailed account of what happened between students from a Catholic high school and a Native American man.

Enes Kanter Lands With the Portland Trail Blazers

By BENJAMIN HOFFMAN

The outspoken center, who was released by the Knicks last week, will come off the bench for a team that has worked hard to improve its depth.

Frieze Los Angeles: Lights, Camera, Art!

By JORI FINKEL

Will a film studio’s New York sets help a contemporary art fair soar after the city’s other fairs flopped?

'Mysterious' ghost shark found in abandoned wildlife park in Australia

By Nick Whigham

An abandoned wildlife park outside of Melbourne that was shutdown in 2012 has left some seriously spooky ghosts behind.

'Mysterious' ghost shark found in abandoned wildlife park in Australia

By Nick Whigham

An abandoned wildlife park outside of Melbourne that was shutdown in 2012 has left some seriously spooky ghosts behind.

Commission turns blind eye to violence against demonstrators in France

By Aline Robert

On Monday (11 February), many MEPs at the European Parliament criticised the amount and severity of injuries suffered during the demonstrations by the French ‘yellow vest’ movement. The fisheries commissioner, who was dispatched on to represent the Commission, did not answer any questions. EURACTIV France reports.

N.B.A. Roundup: Knicks Test Raptors but Lose 16th in Row, Tying Team Record

By FIELD LEVEL MEDIA

The Knicks had the game tied in the fourth quarter, but Kyle Lowry’s 3-pointer put Toronto ahead for good.

N.B.A. Roundup: Knicks Lose Their 15th in a Row, Falling to the Pistons

By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

The Knicks were defeated for the 28th time in 30 games despite getting 31 points from Dennis Smith Jr. The Nets lost to the Bulls, and Anthony Davis was back in action for the Pelicans.

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