Sep 23, 2017
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Speaking on Friday night, President Donald Trump says he believes fans at NFL games who see a player protest during the national anthem should simply leave the stadium. "I guarantee things will stop," he said. "Things will stop."
NFL commissioner Roger Goodell believes Colin Kaepernick will get another chance to play in the NFL but said decision-makers for each of the league's 32 teams will have the final say...
NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell said Thursday that he expects free agent quarterback Colin Kaepernick to get another chance to play in the league amid allegations from critics that he is being blackballed because of his political beliefs.
Henry Aaron says Colin Kaepernick is "getting a raw deal," while the NAACP has asked for a meeting with NFL commissioner Roger Goodell, saying it is "no sheer coincidence" that the former 49ers QB is still unsigned.
"Trump has doused racial tensions with gasoline," says Greg Stanton, who fears the president's rally on Tuesday night will "light a match."
Female members of the Congressional Black Caucus are asking Republican leaders to let Alabama Democrat Doug Jones join the Senate immediately or delay legislative votes. But the move is unlikely to sway the GOP as it tries to get a tax bill to President Donald Trump's desk. In separate...
WASHINGTON (AP) — The White House said Friday newly revealed FBI records show there is "extreme bias" against President Donald Trump among senior leadership at the FBI. The accusa
REPUBLIKA.CO.ID, JAKARTA -- Chairman of Indonesian Ulema Council (MUI) Kiai Ma'ruf Amin concerned with United States (US) President Donald Trump's unilateral decision that recognizes the status of Jerusalem as the...
Marco Rubio tweeted that he will vote for the Republican tax reform bill, just a day after saying he would vote "no."
From financial services to contracts and shipping, blockchains could fuel a $300 billion to $400 billion industry by 2027.
After New York governor Andrew Cuomo stepped in, the plan to build a floating park on the Hudson is back on.
President Trump said Thursday that efforts by Susan Rice to unmask his associates’ identities in intelligence reports last year are “just the tip of the iceberg,” slamming the former Obama national security adviser days after she spoke to House investigators.
In a break with royal tradition, the wedding is being held on a Saturday rather than a weekday.
New couple has been dropping hints all over social media