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News Caps for May 5-11

Charlotte Hornets, The Trumps, and an Israeli Singer

Charlotte hornets hire longtime NBA assistant Charles Lee as Head Coach
Veteran NBA assistant Coach Charles Lee was named the next head coach of the Charlotte Hornets Thursday. Lee has spent 10 years as an NBA assistant and will join the team after the playoffs. He is currently serving as an assistant with the Boston Celtics. Lee was hired after several prominent names, including former Duke star J.J. Redick. Steve Clifford announced in April he would step down from head coach for an advisory role within the organization. One of Lee’s top priorities will be scouting the team’s next draft pick. The Hornets are in the mix for a top-five pick in the upcoming NBA Draft Lottery after a disappointing 2023-24 season. 

Barron Trump picked to serve as a Florida delegate at Republican National Convention
Barron Trump, the youngest child of former President Donald Trump was chosen as one of Florida’s at-large delegates for the Republican National Convention according to a list of delegates obtained by the press. In response to the news of Barron Trump being selected as one of Florida’s at-large delegates to the Republican National Convention, a Trump campaign official told the press that the former president’s youngest son is “very interested” in the political process. “Yes, he’s on the delegation roster and Barron is very interested in our nation’s political process,” the campaign official said. Other Trump family members who have played an active role in Trump’s presidential campaign will also serve as at-large delegates, including Trump’s older sons, Eric Trump, Don Jr. Trump and his girlfriend, Kimberly Guilfoyle, and Trump’s youngest daughter, Tiffany Trump.

Israel heads to Eurovision final, despite protests Israeli singer Eden Golan has qualified for the final of the Eurovision Song Contest after a public vote. Her victory came hours after thousands of pro-Palestinian protestors gathered in the streets of Malmö, Sweden where the contest is being held, to show their support for Gaza. A night before, the 20-year-old singer had been booed during dress rehearsals. There was a mixture of cheering and booing again during Thursday’s semi-final. Speaking after the show, she said she was “overwhelmed with emotions”. “It is truly such an honor to be here on stage, representing [Israel] with pride,” she said. “I’m so grateful for everyone who voted and took part in supporting us, and me.” After receiving a hostile reception at dress rehearsals, the singer said “nothing will deter” her from taking part in the contest. And ahead of the semi-final, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu sent Golan a message of support via social media. “Eden, I want to wish you success,” he said in Hebrew. “You know what? You’ve already succeeded – because you are not only competing in Eurovision in a proud and very impressive way, you are successfully facing an ugly wave of antisemitism – and you are standing up to it and representing the State of Israel with great honor. “So what a blessing, and know that when people yell ‘boo’ at you, we shout ‘hooray'”.


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I am in the 9th grade at Page High School and learning how to be a journalist for PagesbyPage. Some interesting facts about me are I broke my arm twice, My grandfather met Bruce Lee, I have a twin sister and I once wanted to be a photographer, but these days I'm settling for being a famous science fiction writer.
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