Saturday Night Live vet and Uncut Gems star Adam Sandler and his actress wife Jackie Sandler are all about the movies. The two met on set for his film Baby Daddy and since then, Jackie has continued to have roles in many of Adam's films.
- U.S.The Daily Beast
Following weeks of nationwide protests over a spate of police killings of Black people, President Donald Trump has claimed that “more white people” actually die at the hands of law enforcement.The president made the comment after appearing to briefly lose it when asked about the hot button topic in a CBS News interview.“Why are African-Americans still dying at the hands of law enforcement in this country?” host Catherine Herridge asked, prompting the president to immediately recoil.“So are white people. So are white people! What a terrible question to ask,” he huffed. “So are white people.”Studies have shown that Black men are about 3.5 times more likely than white men to die in police custody. White men were killed by the police in the highest numbers between 2013 and 2017, but white people account for a greater percentage of the U.S. population than Black people, according to a Harvard study.Trump has made white grievance politics and the culture war a centerpiece of his re-election push in recent weeks, defending Confederate memorials and military bases named after Confederate generals even as he derides those who took part in anti-racism protests as “bad, evil people” seeking to destroy the country. Beyond that, he's targeted the only full-time Black NASCAR driver, Bubba Wallace, falsely accusing him of perpetrating a hate-crime “hoax” after a suspected noose was discovered in his garage at Alabama’s Talladega Superspeedway last month. Trump took to Twitter to demand that Wallace should “apologize” after the FBI concluded the noose was not a hate crime, but Wallace was not the one who reported it to begin with.Amidst what has become a nationwide reckoning over racism in the country, Trump has veered off in the other direction and refused to acknowledge that racism is a problem. In fact, perhaps the most telling response he has offered to the racism issue at the heart of the protests was a recent retweet of a video showing a Trump supporter arguing with protesters and yelling “white power.” Read more at The Daily Beast.Get our top stories in your inbox every day. Sign up now!Daily Beast Membership: Beast Inside goes deeper on the stories that matter to you. Learn more.
- PoliticsThe Independent
Top aide shares scathing cartoon against Dr Fauci after White House denies efforts to discredit the expert
The White House has denied any efforts to discredit Dr Anthony Fauci, but then top Trump administration aide Dan Scavino shared a cartoon against the infectious disease expert and his coronavirus response.Mr Scavino, a White House social media director and deputy chief of communications for the White House, shared a cartoon on Facebook showing Dr Fauci mirroring that of a faucet.
Despite physically distancing and wearing masks, 3 Arizona teachers who shared a classroom to online teach caught the coronavirus and one died
"My main thing is if we can't stay safe, how are our students going to stay safe?" Angela Skillings told WWBT.
Olivia Culpo's Boyfriend Christian McCaffrey Reacts to Her SI Swimsuit Cover: 'A Constant Inspiration'
Sports Illustrated's 2020 Swimsuit Issue features Olivia Culpo, Kate Bock and Jasmine Sanders on the cover
- PoliticsBusiness Insider
CDC director predicts this fall and winter will be 'one of the most difficult times we've experienced in American public health'
Colder temperatures could minimally boost coronavirus transmission, but the greater threat is hospital overcrowding during flu season.
- BusinessYahoo Finance
Restaurant bankruptcies are starting to pile up.