Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling at a game against the San Antonio Spurs on Nov. 7, 2012, in Los Angeles. Mark J. Terrill/AP hide caption

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Bad Behavior From A Sports Franchise Owner? That's Not New

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Dr. Sampson Davis is an emergency medicine physician in Newark, N.J. When he was 17, he committed a robbery that led to his big break. He's written about his return to the hospital where he was born in his memoir, Living and Dying in Brick City. Rainer Hosch/Courtesy of Sampson Davis hide caption

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Without Life-Saving Pact, This Doctor Would Have Been The Patient

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Home Of Second City Comedy Ranks First In Humor

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Ayodeji Ogunniyi and his father, Abimbola "Yinka" Ogunniyi, at their first American home in South Holland, Ill., in 1993. Courtesy of Ayodeji Ogunniyi hide caption

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After A Shocking Loss, Finding Healing By Teaching Others

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Steven Petrow is the newest advice columnist for The Washington Post. His column, "Civilities," focuses on LGBT/straight etiquette issues. Bryan Regan/AP hide caption

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'He's My Partner, Not My Friend': A Primer On LGBT Etiquette

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Back in the day, people used to ask Frank Deford who he thought was the greatest boxer. Nowadays, nobody even asks about boxing. Getty Images hide caption

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Sports Reporting: The Way It Was ... And Is

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Dominated By 1 Point Of View, Late-Night TV Needs New Voices

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Cristina Peña was born with HIV. In high school, she was afraid to tell her boyfriend, Chris Ondaatje, about her illness. The couple have been together for 13 years. StoryCorps hide caption

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Born With HIV, Building A Future

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Jessica Grose, who writes for Slate, Bloomberg Businessweek and Fast Company, says that millennials have been mischaracterized in the media. Samuel LaHoz/Intelligence Squared U.S. hide caption

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Debate: Millennials Don't Stand A Chance

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Frank Deford says there'll never be another Tiger Woods of any sport. Karim Sahib/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Despite Everything, Tiger Will Always Be No. 1

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