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WHITE COACHES GET PAID, BLACK PLAYERS GET SHAFTED
American college athletes are missing out on something like $2.2 billion annually because they're forced to play without pay.
The average black football or basketball player at a big school loses as much as $1 million over the course of a college ball career -- money that lines the pockets of overwhelmingly white coaches and staff.
The situation is starting to gall economists and sports fans alike:
With American mothers working more and other family members not willing (or able, or asked to?) pick up the slack, U.S. families often turn to nannies.
In a heartbreaking long read, the New Yorker delves into the poverty that drives many women from the Philippines to come to America, where they mother someone else's kids to provide for their own:
The New Yorker: The Cost of Caring
TRUMP AND HANNITY, SITTING IN A TREE
Sean Hannity is totally not in the tank for Trump, why do you ask?
Washington Free Beacon: Donald Trump's Favorite Talk Show Host
A few more bites:
"My parents were home late and my first thought was that they’d been raptured up to heaven. I was a sinner who had been left behind to face the Earth’s destruction." - ex-Christian Josiah Hesse details the pain of an 'apocalyptic upbringing,' via the Guardian
"With so many investigations and so many threads to unravel, there's a lot to take in — here's what we think you should know." - Digg does an admirable aggregation of solid Panama Papers coverage