Radio host — and avid Pittsburgh Steelers fan — Rush Limbaugh has a message for President Trump after a weekend national anthem protests in the NFL: owners are “scared to death.”
Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee took to the House floor to blast President Trump as divisive, vulgar and “racist” for attacking as “sons of B—s” the NFL players who took a knee before the national anthem.
Dallas Cowboys’ solution: Take knee before anthem, stand and lock arms during ‘Star-Spangled Banner’
After a chaotic weekend of NFL teams struggling to respond with one voice to the criticisms directed at the league by President Trump, Jerry Jones and the Dallas Cowboys seemed to have found a solution before Monday Night’s game in Phoenix against the Arizona Cardinals.
Alejandro Villanueva just wanted to get a glimpse of the American flag, the symbol he wore on his military uniform during three tours in Afghanistan before beginning an unlikely journey from Army Ranger to the NFL.
Nearly 100 faculty members at the University of North Texas have signed an open letter condemning the university for including Donald Trump Jr. as part of a guest speaker series, saying the invitation is disrespectful to women, people of color and LGBTQ members of the community.
London’s first Muslim mayor used a weekend Labor party conference to lash out at President Trump and liken him to the terror group ISIS.
NFL fans are rewarding Pittsburgh Steelers’ Alejandro Villanueva in droves for his decision to reject a national anthem protest by his teammates.
A New York man walked away from his job of almost 30 years at New Era Field after several Buffalo Bills players knelt and others locked arms in protest of President Trump’s remarks on national anthem protests.
A CNN analyst called President Trump a “white supremacist” on Monday during a debate over the weekend’s NFL national anthem protests.
He is a former U.S. president and public speaker. Bill Clinton is also a first-time novelist. His forthcoming thriller, “The President is Missing” will be published next year by Alfred A. Knopf and Little, Brown and Co. The new project is on a very fast track, however.