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Jaguars, Ravens kneel for anthem in 1st game since Trump ramps up feud
Jaguars owner Shad Khan linked arms with team players in solidarity at the game in London's Wembley Stadium. In an early morning post on Twitter, Trump pressed ahead with his feud about players who refuse to stand for the anthem. If NFL fans refuse to go to games until players stop disrespecting our Flag & Country, you will see change take place fast, Trump wrote on Sunday.
GOP health care bill appears doomed as Collins 'can't envision' voting yes
If Collins ends up opposing the bill, Republican leaders would fall at least one vote short of the 50 votes they need to pass the bill, which is sponsored by Sens. It's very difficult for me to envision a scenario where I would end up voting for this bill, Collins, R-Maine, said on CNN's State of the Union talk show. Some Republicans seized on that Sunday, saying there is hope that Paul could change his mind and support the bill.
Puerto Rico dam holding; some local officials say threat overblown
CLOSE Puerto Rican officials are rushing to evacuate tens of thousands of people downstream of a failing dam in the aftermath of Hurricane Maria. Members of a FEMA disaster response task force gear up to search homes in flood-ravaged Toa Baja, Puerto Rico, on Sept. A weakened dam that prompted a massive evacuation in Puerto Rico after Hurricane Maria is holding and unlikely to threaten the lives of all 70,000 people ordered to relocate, local officials said.
Sen. Collins has "serious reservations" over GOP's Obamacare repeal
With 48 Democrats in opposition of Graham-Cassidy, three Republican defections would kill the GOP's latest hope for a repeal. I have a number of serious reservations about it, Collins told CNN's Jake Tapper, focusing her attention on the bill's impact on Medicaid, insurance costs and coverage. We already have a problem under the Affordable Care Act with the cost of premiums and deductibles, Collins added. Despite the divisions over Obamacare repeal, President Donald Trump seemed to escalate tensions with the senators voting against the bill.
Yes, at this point in the bull market your portfolio should have FANGs
CLOSE These mobile apps will do some serious good for your financial future, especially if you're a Millennial. Once legendary investor John Templeton famously said, Bull markets are born on pessimism, grow on skepticism, mature on optimism and die on euphoria. We could have four more years of bull market gains. This late in any bull, you want stocks scaredy cats will feel most comfy owning-before the scaredy cats finish going FOMO.
Trump urges fans to consider NFL boycott over player anthem protests
US President Donald Trump on Sunday stepped up his criticism of National Football League players who protest during the pre-game national anthem, calling on fans to consider boycotting the NFL if teams do not discipline them. If NFL fans refuse to go to games until players stop disrespecting our Flag & Country, you will see change take place fast, Trump wrote on Sunday.
How to set up a new iPhone the right way
CLOSE In this week's surf report, Marc Saltzman looks at a new back up options for your iPhone - the iXpand Base. To get the most out of your iPhone 8 or iPhone 8 Plus - available as of Friday - consider these following suggestions right off the bat. A woman looks at an iPhone 8 Plus at an Apple Store in San Francisco, Sept.
Ravens DE Urban questionable to return with foot sprain
Jacksonville Jaguars tight end Marcedes Lewis (89) scores a touchdown in front of Baltimore Ravens linebacker Tyus Bowser during the first half of an NFL football game at Wembley Stadium in London, Sunday Sept. NEW YORK (AP) - Baltimore Ravens defensive end Brent Urban has a foot sprain and is questionable to return in Sunday's game against the Jacksonville Jaguars at Wembley Stadium.
Susan Collins, Voicing Doubt on Health Bill, Leaves It Close to Collapse
I have a number of serious reservations about it, Ms Collins said on CNN's State of the Union. Her comments came two days after Senator John McCain, Republican of Arizona, announced that he would not support the measure. Advertisement Continue reading the main story. Ms Collins was one of three Republicans who voted against the Senate's previous repeal attempt, in July, along with Mr McCain and Senator Lisa Murkowski of Alaska.
NFL players link arms, kneel after Trump criticizes protests
The match was the first in the NFL's series of international games, meaning an early kickoff. Players in the rest of Sunday's afternoon games were expected to make similar shows of solidarity. The issue of players refusing to stand during the national anthem has been criticized by some people and groups. Kaepernick, who took the Niners to the Super Bowl in 2013, remains an unsigned free agent amid the controversy.
Jaguars owner Shahid Khan joins in on NFL's national anthem protests
What could be one of the most significant days in American sports history began in London. Several players from the Baltimore Ravens and Jacksonville Jaguars either knelt or locked arms on their respective sidelines in solidarity and against the words of President Trump during the national anthem at Wembley Stadium. Included among them was Jags owner Shahid Khan, who locked arms with tight end Mercedes Lewis and linebacker Telvin Smith in an unprecedented show of unity with his team.
Cool personal finance apps that just might save you money
Splitting the cost for tickets for an upcoming football game or concert is super easy with apps like Venmo, Square Cash and Zelle. We're going to hear more about sending money via smartphone after Apple launched its iOS 11 system Tuesday. Some apps - such as Wela - offer advice when it comes to how to pay off debt or save for retirement. The ever-popular Mint.com has an app on how to track how you're spending your money and how to budget, too.
Afghan Province, Squeezed by Taliban, Loses Access to Medical Care
Other officials said the Taliban also wanted the government to send surgeons and medical supplies to district clinics to care for wounded insurgents. Zabihullah Mujahid, a Taliban spokesman, denied that the insurgents had made any threats and said that the clinics had collapsed because of government incompetence and corruption. They have repeatedly come under attack, forcing many clinics and aid groups to reduce their operations or limit their movements.
Mark Cuban: Pres. Trump needs to 'be able to take the blowback'
Now we'll be able to see if he can take it. Backlash erupted over the weekend from both sports stars and team owners after President Trump took aim at the NFL players during a Friday night rally on behalf of Sen. Luther Strange in Alabama. He sparked further uproar after a string of tweets about Curry and the NFL on Saturday. Marc Short, the White House's director of legislative affairs, defended the president on Meet The Press Sunday morning.
Former Rwandan presidential candidate Rwigara is arrested
Rwandan police say they have arrested Diane Rwigara, a leading critic of Rwandan President Paul Kagame and a women's rights activist, for alleged offenses against state security. Rwanda police said in a Twitter post Sunday that Rwigara's mother and sister were also detained on the tax evasion charges and she is also being charged with forgery. The three have been under investigation and police have interrogated them several times.
U.S. doesn't have 'a lot of good options' to solve North Korean crisis, expert says
As President Trump and North Korea launch threats at one another, inching closer toward taking military options that could lead to a catastrophic war, an expert said there are few options to dissolve the crisis in the Korean Peninsula. We don't have a lot of good options, I'm afraid to say, former CIA analyst Sue Mi Terry told Fox & Friends Sunday.
Gant to make first Cardinals start in team's last road game
The Cardinals are 1 1/2 games behind Colorado for the final NL wild-card spot. Sunday will be St Louis' last road game of the regular season. Gant (0-0, 3.86 ERA) earned the promotion to this start - with Jack Flaherty going to the bullpen - after three solid relief appearances. I'm just going to go make the start and do my best, Gant told the St Louis Post-Dispatch.
Angela Merkel votes in Germany, seeks 4th term
Merkel has campaigned on her record as chancellor for 12 years, emphasizing the country's record-low unemployment, strong economic growth, balanced budget and growing international importance. That's helped keep her conservative bloc well atop the polls ahead of Sunday's election over the center-left Social Democrats of challenger Martin Schulz. Most forecasts suggest that coalition will win another majority in Sunday's election outcome, but several different coalition government combinations could be possible.
Royals' Kennedy to start after birth of fifth child (first boy)
The Kennedys welcomed their fifth child and first son, Isaac Patrick, on Friday, and the boy's father wasted no time in imparting a lesson on commitment. Ian Kennedy is scheduled to start for the Royals in Sunday's series finale against the host Chicago White Sox. Kennedy (4-12, 5.39 ERA) returned to the rotation Tuesday after missing his previous start with fatigue in his throwing shoulder.
NC State player apologizes for spitting on FSU logo
NC State defensive end Bradley Chubb landed in some hot water on Sunday that threatened to overshadow his team's 27-21 ACC upset victory over Florida State. Once the result was secured, television cameras captured Chubb racing onto the field and spitting on the Florida State logo. The move understandably prompted some heated outrage from FSU fans on social media, leading to this apology from Chubb.

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