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All-Star Kemba Walker uncertain about his Hornets future

Walker, Hornets keep playoff push going, beat Cavs 124-97

Walker-led Hornets top Pistons 104-91, holding playoff hopes

Mitchell, Gobert help Jazz withstand Walker’s 47 points

Warriors beat Hornets 137-90, clinch Pacific Division crown

James, Caldwell-Pope shoot Lakers past Hornets, 129-115

Walker powers Hornets past Spurs 125-116 in overtime

Lamb hits winning 3, Hornets down Raptors 115-114

Walker sparks late rally, Hornets beat Boston 124-117

Houston extends streak to 9 games with win over Hornets

Antetokounmpo powers Bucks past Hornets for 50th win

Lakers' Ingram out for season with deep venous thrombosis

Kelly Olynyk, Hassan Whiteside lead Heat over Hornets, 91-84

Hood breaks out of slump, lifts Blazers past Hornets, 118-108

Russell’s 40 points lift Nets to 117-115 win over Hornets

Hornets switch lineup, roll past Wizards, 123-110

Team LeBron rallies to beat Team Giannis, 178-164

All-Star game marks latest milestone for Michael Jordan

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Michael Avenatti charged with stealing almost $300K from Stormy Daniels

The money was from a publisher working with Daniels on a book deal.

Avenatti indicted, Trump vs. Congress, Facial recognition: NBC News Briefly

Trump walks out of a bi-partisan meeting with congressional Democrats after Speaker Pelosi’s “cover-up” comments and the former lawyer of Stormy Daniels, Michael Avenatti has been indicted. The CEO of American Airlines sits down with NBC’s Lester Holt for his first TV interview since the Boeing 737 MAX fleet was grounded.

This college is so gerrymandered, different dorms are in different districts

NBC News’ Dasha Burns visits the North Carolina counties that may be redistricted for voting to see what their weird district lines mean in practice.

Natalie Portman denies dating Moby

Portman says she recalls the musician as "a much older man being creepy with me when I just had graduated high school.”

San Francisco's ban is just the beginning of a national battle over facial recognition

“Our traditional secrecy and lack of transparency has probably come back to haunt us,” the president of the National Police Foundation said.