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Former Green Beret who advised Colin Kaepernick to kneel in protest responds to Drew Brees' comments
Nate Boyer said he doesn't think that Drew Brees meant to "ostracize himself" when the Saints quarterback made controversial comments on kneeling during the national anthem this week.
Fox News Channel on Saturday apologized after the display of an on-screen chart showing stock-market gains in the wake of infamous killings of Black men generated sharp criticism, acknowledging that the graphic should not have aired without more context. The illustration was used Friday on a broadcast of "Special Report with Bret Baier," the cable-news […]
- PoliticsRolling Stone
Trump has the "ability to speak and speak and speak and speak until you don't even know what happened," comedian Sarah Cooper said
- BusinessMotley Fool
If all you had to judge the state of the economy was the stock market, it would seem like everything is fine. After falling 34% in barely over a month in February and March, the SPDR S&P 500 ETF Trust (NYSEMKT: SPY) has surged 37%, and is down only about 5% since the beginning of the year. This alone -- such a disconnect between stocks and what is happening in the real world -- has many investors convinced another market crash is inevitable.
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'Riverdale' star Vanessa Morgan says she's tired of black people 'being used as side kick non dimensional characters to our white leads'
Morgan, who joined The CW series in its second season, is speaking out about the lack of diversity in the media and in her show.
It's sometimes so subtle, you may not even realize it.
- U.S.The Independent
The US Marine Corps has officially ordered the removal of the Confederate battle flag from public display on its bases and offices, citing the flag's use by racist groups as a "threat to our core values".In a statement on 5 June, the service branch said: "The Confederate battle flag has all too often been co-opted by violent extremist and racist groups whose divisive beliefs have no place in our Corps."