NBC News Top Stories
NBC News Top Stories
1 - Trump Looking Into Drug Czar Pick After Bombshell Report
2 - Trump's False Claim About Obama and Fallen Soldiers
3 - Woody Allen's Weinstein Comments an Example of 'Men Protecting Men'
4 - Louisville Fires Rick Pitino Amid Bribery Probe
5 - Dancing in Drag: All Male Ballet Redefines Gender Roles
6 - Caught in a GOP Civil War, Trump Picks Both Sides
7 - Security Flaw Puts Every Wi-Fi Connection at Risk
8 - Scientists Catch Neutron Star Smash-Up That Blew Gold Into Space
9 - Judge Declines to Throw Out Menendez Bribery Charges
10 - Microsoft, Feds in Email Privacy Showdown at Supreme Court
11 - Octopus-Inspired 'Skin' May Give Robots 3D Camouflage
12 - School Board Pulls 'To Kill a Mockingbird' From Reading List
13 - Another Obama Decision Reversed? Now It's Food Safety.
14 - Bomb Kills Panama Papers Reporter, Malta Leader Says
15 - Couple of 55 Years Braved Fires in a Pool. She Died in His Arms.
16 - Bannon's Playbook: How He'll Wreck the GOP Establishment
17 - Will Weinstein Accusers Bring Lasting Change to Hollywood?
18 - Got a News Tip? We Want to Know About It
Trump weighed-in on Rep. Tom Marino, his nominee to head the Office of National Drug Control Policy, following a report that revealed Marino's role in pushing through the drug industry-backed Ensuring Patient Access and Effective Drug Enforcement Act.
10/16/2017 4:19:26 PM
President Donald Trump falsely claimed on Monday that former President Barack Obama didn't call the families of fallen service members.
10/16/2017 4:02:56 PM
Rights advocates say Woody Allen's comments on Harvey Weinstein were not only tone-deaf, they were also potentially damaging to other women afraid to speak up.
10/16/2017 4:07:00 PM
Rick Pitino took a polygraph test but it didn't stop the University of Louisville from firing him.
10/16/2017 4:44:01 PM
Les Ballets Trockadero de Monte Carlo, an all-male dance troupe in New York, brings comedy and gender fluidity to the ballet world.
10/16/2017 9:53:19 AM
President Donald Trump is caught in the middle of a raging Republican civil war, a dynamic made evident when he picked both sides.
10/16/2017 3:58:00 PM
Are hackers exploiting the Krack attack to spy on you?
10/16/2017 2:07:07 PM
For the first time ever, observations show cosmic cataclysm that ejected gold and other heavy metals.
10/16/2017 11:15:00 AM
A federal judge Monday declined to threw out federal bribery charges against US Senator Robert Menendez, leaving the Justice Department's case intact in the middle of a jury trial for one of the Senate's senior Democrats.
10/16/2017 11:37:00 AM
The U.S. Supreme Court said Monday it will hear a legal showdown between the federal government and Microsoft over the privacy of customer data stored outside the United States. The U.S. Supreme Court said Monday it will hear a legal showdown between the federal government and Microsoft over the privacy of customer data stored outside the United States.
10/16/2017 12:46:05 PM
Soft bots able to change color and texture could have key military and research applications.
10/16/2017 11:35:00 AM
"We can teach the same lesson with other books," a schools official said after a reader complained language in the American classic.
10/16/2017 3:11:00 PM
The poultry industry is lobbying the Trump administration to roll back an Obama-era regulation intended to protect workers and protect food safety.
10/16/2017 7:01:00 AM
An explosion killed a investigative journalist who exposed the connections of Malta's prime minister to tax havens using the Panama Papers.
10/16/2017 3:45:00 PM
A couple jumped into a pool to escape the raging wildfire around them for hours, but it wasn't enough — the husband held his wife as she took her last breath.
10/16/2017 1:58:00 AM
Steve Bannon and his allies don't have to take every battle in their guerrilla war to win. They just have to wreak enough havoc.
10/15/2017 6:56:00 AM
Actresses Rose Marie and Tippi Hedrin look back on their own early experiences with sexual harassment in Hollywood and discuss the potential for change.
10/15/2017 5:14:00 AM
Do you have a story to share with us? Did you witness something you think should be reported? Reach out to our journalists by sending in your news tip.
5/17/2017 3:10:00 PM
CNET news editors and reporters provide top technology news, with investigative reporting and in-depth coverage of tech issues and events.
1 - 'Professor Marston and the Wonder Women': Love, with ropes - CNET
2 - Why is Netflix hiking your bill? It needs even more shows - CNET
3 - KRACK in Wi-Fi security: Everything you need to know - CNET
4 - KRACK attack: Here's how companies are responding - CNET
5 - Apple's KRACK Wi-Fi fix coming in a few weeks - CNET
6 - Argo AI CEO says to look past the self-driving hype - Roadshow
7 - Why KRACK could hit your smart home's Wi-Fi the hardest - CNET
8 - Yes, Google Photos can tell your pets apart - CNET
9 - The iPhone 7 is reportedly outselling the iPhone 8 - CNET
10 - US Supreme Court to review Microsoft email privacy case - CNET
11 - Beautifully brutal 'You Were Never Really Here' tries too hard - CNET
12 - Lexus IS achieves IIHS Top Safety Pick+ after revisions - Roadshow
13 - Google to patch devices vulnerable to KRACK flaw - CNET
14 - Applied Microsoft's security updates? You're safe from KRACK - CNET
15 - Are you using Wi-Fi? You're probably screwed (The 3:59, ep. 299) - CNET
16 - 'Stranger Things' clip answers a big question about Eleven - CNET
17 - Mazda will revive the rotary, but as an EV range extender - Roadshow
18 - 'Star Trek: Discovery' reveals an origin for Harry Mudd - CNET
19 - Why you're seeing #MeToo on friends' social media pages - CNET
20 - Continental Smart Control puts autonomy at your fingertips, literally - Roadshow
21 - Google Maps goes off-world to explore Pluto, Venus, moons - CNET
22 - Honeywell teases upcoming DIY home security system - CNET
23 - Toyota Concept-i Ride makes mobility easier for the handicapped - Roadshow
24 - eBay Authenticate launches, with focus on luxe handbags - CNET
25 - Analogue's Super Nt retro console wants to be the perfect SNES - CNET
It may be light on comic book history, but the hot and heavy exploration of sexual freedom in the early 20th century will lasso you in.
10/16/2017 4:36:49 PM
But the streaming company’s subscriber rolls surged before the company started charging members as much as $2 more a month.
10/16/2017 4:39:53 PM
A weakness in Wi-Fi-connected devices could expose you to nearby hackers. Here are answers to your questions about that.
10/16/2017 4:34:41 PM
Some companies already have updates to fix the Wi-FI flaw available, but others say it'll take a few weeks.
10/16/2017 3:59:02 PM
The company has a fix for the vulnerability in beta now.
10/16/2017 4:13:51 PM
The company's chief believes we're still a long ways from introducing autonomous cars to the public.
10/16/2017 3:02:02 PM
Smart devices and appliances, everything from your refrigerator to your television, are ideal targets for hackers thanks to the KRACK exploit.
10/16/2017 2:55:52 PM
Thanks to advanced machine learning, Google knows the difference between your calico cat, your orange tabby and your Chihuahua.
10/16/2017 2:28:57 PM
It's likely Apple fans are holding out for the iPhone X instead.
10/16/2017 2:14:55 PM
The court will examine whether US tech firms have to provide data to law enforcement conducting a criminal investigation, even if that data is held overseas.
10/16/2017 1:29:41 PM
Joaquin Phoenix plays a damaged hero with a hammer in Amazon's meditative, arty noir thriller.
10/16/2017 12:57:58 PM
Practice makes perfect.
10/16/2017 12:56:30 PM
A weakness in the WPA2 protocol places virtually all wireless-enabled devices at risk. Google says it will patch its Android gadgets in "the coming weeks."
10/16/2017 1:47:29 PM
Microsoft says customers who applied Oct. 10 Windows updates are free from the Wi-Fi security flaw.
10/16/2017 1:03:19 PM
We talk about KRACK, a new vulnerability found in a majority of Wi-Fi hotspots, and dish about 5G.
10/16/2017 12:16:19 PM
A new scene from "Stranger Things" season 2 follows Eleven's struggle to break free from the creepy Upside Down world.
10/16/2017 11:58:54 AM
That doesn't count it out from providing propulsion in the future, though.
10/16/2017 11:36:35 AM
One of Star Trek's most memorable characters returns. But is Starfleet to blame for the criminal ways of Harcourt Fenton Mudd?
10/16/2017 11:11:49 AM
Actress Alyssa Milano is credited for spreading the status, which draws attention to just how many women have been affected by sexual abuse.
10/16/2017 11:11:39 AM
The supplier has created a device to help a driver transition between manned and unmanned driving.
10/16/2017 11:09:01 AM
More planets and a handful of Saturn's and Jupiter's moons get the Google Maps treatment.
10/16/2017 12:07:35 PM
Smart thermostat maker Honeywell is introducing a DIY home security system.
10/16/2017 12:14:59 PM
It will debut at the Tokyo Motor Show alongside a Segway-like craft for sidewalk travel.
10/16/2017 10:06:13 AM
The online marketplace tries to bag more luxury sales with the new program.
10/16/2017 10:46:14 AM
Think of it as an SNES Classic that can play your old cartridges.
10/16/2017 4:36:49 PM
Scripting News, the weblog started in 1997 that bootstrapped the blogging revolution.
10/16/2017 10:24:09 AM
20 - Why I empathize with Twitter
29 - An email to Doc worth preserving
37 - How to freak out Donald J. Trump
38 - Enter an emoji using HTML encoded chars
49 - I turned off Maddow last night in disgust
I've been trying to write this morning, but everything I write comes down to this. Humans have made a total mess of everything. I could write more, but it would amount to the same thing.
10/16/2017 10:24:09 AM
Took a long drive from Denver to Taos today. On the map it's supposed to take five hours, but I took nine. Lots of stops. Listened to a bunch of podcasts including two Sunday news shows. Conclusion: the best Republican liar is Tillerson. That guy is slick. I didn't hate his lies. But Lindsey Graham and Netanyahu, they just plain out lie, no spin. Insulting to the intelligence of the listener. I can see why Trump likes them.
10/15/2017 7:06:34 PM
When I was driving cross-country in the mid-2000s, I remember wishing that I could ask the maps app to tell me what Starbucks were on my route, not nearby. I wasn't going to backtrack to get coffee. They have it now. I wanted to pick up groceries before checking in. I searched for groceries, it gave me a chance to search on my route. It presented a list of choices along with how much time they'd add to my trip. A button next to each one offered to add it as a stop. Smooth as silk. Another bonus, Google Maps says "Welcome to New Mexico" a mile or so before you see the official sign. It was a surprise and made me laugh. I guess what's next is the Google Home interface for the Maps app.
10/15/2017 7:52:43 PM
Very slow Internet at the place I'm staying. Barely faster than a 1990s dialup. I guess it's via satellite. I may have to use the Google Fi Nexus phone, if it's faster. Or find a Starbuck's.
10/15/2017 7:08:59 PM
Best podcast I listened to was the Longform interview of Michael Barbaro of the NYT Daily podcast. It has become the Visicalc of podcasts. I think everyone is listening to it. I don't miss an episode. He of course talked about the famous interview with the coal miner, but left out the best part, the thing he got dinged for the most (at least of what I heard) -- not challenging the guy on his opinion that coal didn't cause climate change. I totally supported that. I wanted to hear the guy's story and have the interviewer just let him say his piece. We know the arguments. It wouldn't have added anything to the story. Also, he defines the Daily as a podcast about the reporters who report the news. And the Longform interview was a podcsat about the podcast about the reporters who report the news. I wondered if another level is possible, but for now I couldn't imagine it.
10/15/2017 7:10:00 PM
I get a lot of ideas when I do long drives in the western US.
10/15/2017 7:13:54 PM
Someone should do an interview with Hoder about life in Iran for young bright entrepreneurial people. The deal Obama did with Iran wasn't just about the military, it opened up Iran to the rest of the world, and as you might expect from an intelligent population of an ancient civilization, they are rebooting. The theory is that the hardliners will have more trouble being jerks internationally if their citizens are bringing home lots of money trading with the rest of the world. It's a theory that works. It's why what Trump is doing is so wasteful and sets us back. It's not just about nukes.
10/15/2017 7:20:16 PM
CBS had an interview with the Iranian chief diplomat, who speaks good English and repped his case well. The snotty Repub they interviewed to balance it of course lied, bigtime. Iran is not on the UN Security Council. DIckerson is performing a service, by clearly stating reality knowing (probably) the Repubs will just lie. He's telling the listeners the truth. They should have an alternated channel with narration, sort of a translation. What he really means is.. That kind of thing.
10/15/2017 7:25:00 PM
Did you ever wonder where North Korea got the money for their nuclear program? Planet Money has the answer. Kim Jong Un has let an entrepreneurial class develop. They say he's funding it with tax money. How about that.
10/15/2017 7:22:54 PM
Watched the first two episodes of Mr Mercedes, expecting it to be drek, and was surprised at how good it is. I knew the story because I read the book. The book started great and then like a lot of late Stephen King books got bogged down in smarmy bullshit. Most Stephen King movies/shows are crap, like the recent It. Some of them make great movies like The Shining, Carrie, Shawshank Redemption. This one is promising.
10/15/2017 7:14:25 PM
Good morning sports fans!
10/14/2017 6:12:01 AM
Today's a travel day. Headed to Boulder, and then to New Mexico tomorrow. I want to enjoy some mountain air, hikes, change of perspective. I should be blogging once I arrive at the other side. 🎈
10/14/2017 6:12:08 AM
JY is helping with yesterday's query. 2nd opinion(s) sought.
10/13/2017 11:00:51 AM
A Twitter thread I wrote without benefit of Electric Pork. Freestyle. I think it's pretty good. It starts out like this: "Twitter users who think you are a customer. You are not a customer. You are the product."
10/13/2017 3:14:21 PM
I knew when I saw the web that's what I had been born to do. Just because people want to use Facebook doesn't change that simple fact.
10/13/2017 11:08:43 AM
The last phone booth in Manhattan, possibly.
10/13/2017 11:13:25 AM
One thing's for sure, if we want to have a chance to survive we're going to have to start seeing the good in each other.
10/13/2017 8:54:43 AM
Yes indeed NYT, Silicon Valley is not your friend but the open web is. As often is the case, corporate media has trouble seeing anything but corporate tech. But before there were tech companies, there was the web, which sprung from academia. It instantly wiped out the business models the tech industry had for networking, all of which were designed to lock users in. It took a couple of decades for Silicon Valley to re-establish lock-in, at least partially because news let them take over their distribution system. It may not be too late for the open web, but it needs a lot of help.
10/13/2017 8:37:27 AM
Michelle Goldberg writes about sexual harassment. She has only experienced it once, in college. Her theory, she has only worked in organizations with women at the top. That fosters an environment of respect.
10/13/2017 8:45:37 AM
In 2003, almost by accident, the company that I founded but had left, surprised me by directing requests to a popular domain to one of my colocated servers. I tried to keep it running but there was too much traffic. I couldn't do the work required to stabilize the service, i had a new job and my health was still iffy after heart surgery, and I would have had to buy a bunch more servers, and there was no revenue to support it. So I had to turn the service off. Really the only choice was to risk my health, and spend a lot of money.
A few of the users went on a campaign aimed at punishing me personally. Many of them had empty sites on the service, they had never published anything, so they didn't have anything at stake. I completely disclosed what happened. None of the bloggers referred to my post or the podcast I did explaining. They kept right on attacking. I appealed to blogging friends but they wouldn't say anything in my defense.
Eventually the story was covered by mainstream journalists, and guess what -- they listened, and told my side of the story too. The ranters wanted something else, certainly not the truth. Most of the users just wanted their sites back. Quietly I worked with them, and got every one who wanted one a backup of their sites, personally, on my own time.
I waited it out, they got tired I guess, but never forgot how awful they were. That's why I empathize with Twitter.
10/13/2017 1:34:13 PM
Braintrust query: Error handling in mySQL package in Node.
10/12/2017 9:29:10 AM
Little Outliner tip: If you keep LO2 open all day every day, when you start work in the morning, reload the page. There's some kind of performance issue in the app that causes it to get slow if you leave it running too long. Reloading the page is the same as quitting and relaunching an app. Fargo didn't have this issue. I must be doing something differently, but I don't know what it is. Still diggin!
10/12/2017 9:26:07 AM
A message to people who are angry at Twitter.
10/12/2017 10:31:45 AM
It seems to some, all men are responsible for the worst of men. It's analogous to blaming all Muslims for the acts of "Muslim" terrorists. It's one of the reasons I talk about "Christian terrorists" -- to make the point that it's a form of racism to connect a religion to the acts of murderers. So perhaps, instead of talking about "men like Harvey Weinstein," try "rapists like Harvey Weinstein." That would help.
10/12/2017 9:44:56 AM
BTW, I look like Harvey Weinstein. So I realllllly resent it when people say he looks a certain evil way. Please. The awful stuff isn't on the surface. That's why body shaming is the worst thing. And it applies to men too.
10/12/2017 9:49:13 AM
It's a good time for the closing monolog in Killing Them Softly.
10/12/2017 10:47:11 AM
Idea for a new social net: Last night Doc Searls was in one of my dreams. I don't remember what we were doing. But it was nice to see him. What if there were a place I could go to record that event. And what if by chance Doc recorded that I was in his dream last night. Then we'd know there was some kind of cosmic connection. How would we know if we don't have an app for it? 💥
10/12/2017 9:30:18 AM
I see parallels in the way people attack Twitter today and the way the music industry reacted to Napster in 2000. The great thing about Napster was that ALL the music was there. And it sort of had an API. It could have developed into a music operating system. But it was attacked, and broken into pieces. And once that happens you know they almost never come back together.
10/12/2017 10:23:04 AM
Hey it's like everything. I'm amazed that we still listen to journalists. I finally got re-awoken when I heard Rachel Maddow ranting about FB ads and Russia the other day. Did she somehow think that a human being at Facebook could have been involved in the content of the ad or who it was targeted at? It's all based on keywords and pointers to stuff on the web.
And how could Russians possibly know how to speak American English or know what our divisive issues are? Well they could have gone to school here. We are a remarkably open society. They could read academic journals, or watch conferences on livestreams, or even go to the conferences. They could read Nate Silver and Jon Chait and many others, the same columnists that Rachel Maddow and Chris Hayes read. Russia must have people who do what our CIA does. Read everything they can get their hands on and look for all kinds of changes and vulnerabilities. How do they think espionage works? You think they need help from Cambridge Analytica? Maybe there is a linkup there, I hope so -- but you're insulting our intelligence if you think the Russians can't carefully study us, the way we certainly study them.
I came away wishing they'd do a one-day training for journalists about how Facebook ads work. If they don't learn we're going to have the same kind of debacle that we had w Hillary's emails.
10/12/2017 11:50:39 AM
Braintrust query: In SQL do updates accumulate or overwrite?
10/11/2017 11:06:43 AM
BTW, if you're a regular reader of this blog, you can and should call me Dave. I don't like fancy names. I'm kind of a beatnik. And when you call me Mr Winer I am reminded I never got a PhD and that makes me sad. But I get over it quickly. 😐
10/11/2017 8:28:06 PM
We hear a lot re men mistreating women. Here's some gender balance.
10/11/2017 8:30:22 PM
What happens when a tornado intersects with a fire.
10/11/2017 5:31:52 PM
Reporters of all people should have open minds and be good at listening. But I find it's the opposite. It's a very closed world. I've had a little taste of it from the inside when I wrote for Wired a bunch of years ago. It's not a good thing for a profession that depends on listening.
10/11/2017 3:58:33 PM
I'm going to be in Boulder on Saturday night, if anyone wants to get together for dinner, or drinks. I remember there's a pretty good Mexican place with Margueritas. If you're doing a Boulder startup, tell me about it. I did office hours in 2008 in Boulder with Techstars it was a lot of fun. We can talk about Node, browser-based apps, how to save the world from Trump, you know the usual stuff. 🚀 💥
10/11/2017 12:24:16 PM
So, I just signed up for Caviar. They deliver Shake Shack in my neighborhood. And I found out they also deliver Momofuku. I'm hooked. Then ten minutes later I get an email from Delivery.com offering a 15 percent discount if I order today. You think they have a spy?
10/11/2017 10:48:07 AM
1. He tweets out something outrageous.
10/11/2017 7:36:26 PM
First, I wish there was a table somewhere with all the emoji and their hex equivs expressed in HTML format, like this: F4A9; But it's not so bad, you just have to do it for yourself.
Here are the translations of a few characters:
10/11/2017 4:02:16 PM
10-minute podcast on Harvey Weinstein, in two parts, two stories. Please listen generously and be kind in your criticism.
10/10/2017 3:14:26 PM
Video of the destruction in the California fires.
10/10/2017 6:08:30 PM
It's a good time for one of the universities to have a one-day training for reporters on how Facebook ads work. How to use the software. Let's get in front of the problem before news makes another mess like the one with Hillary's email.
10/10/2017 6:03:19 PM
If you find yourself saying someone else must shut up, you're very likely wrong.
10/10/2017 2:49:26 PM
Carl Sagan used to say that humanity is the cosmos becoming self-aware, coming to "know itself." I always thought that was a super elegant idea. Well, Bob Corker saying the White House is adult day care is, in a similar way, the United States deciding to know itself, to tell itself the truth. Now reporters can quote him, saying what they could easily have said before, and imho should have. News has become news for lawyers. They're all trying to prove what's obvious, that we're reeling and teetering and sputtering on the edge of a cliff, with a guy juggling nukes in both hands and while they're in the air tweeting insults at everyone and anyone. It's as if Don Rickles and Joan Rivers were running the world, and they weren't just comedians.
10/10/2017 11:36:57 AM
SQL question: When I say a value is varchar (255) does that mean in every row it takes up 255 chars in the database?
10/10/2017 12:56:26 PM
Jon Stewart on Trump with Colbert. The best.
10/10/2017 6:51:11 PM
Yesterday I did an interview with Brian McCullough of the Internet History Podcast. We talked about many of the things you'd expect. When we got to podcasting, I realized his was exactly the kind of podcast I hoped would emerge when we did the work in the early-mid 2000s. Something that starts out as a hobby, a passion, an idea, and develops into real media with regular listeners. A weblog for the ears is what I called it back then. I'll let you know when the interview is available.
10/10/2017 10:05:06 AM
BTW, you want to know how disgusted I was with Maddow? I switched stations to watch the Yankees in the playoffs. I might have to get my head examined. The Yankees won, btw. And oddly enough I find myself rooting for them (really need to see a doctor). Why? Well Cleveland is favored to win it all this year. And I love to see the favorites get knocked off their perch. Same reason I pull against the Warriors. That the Yankees are underdogs now doesn't really mean that I don't hate the concept of the Yankees. I do.
10/10/2017 10:12:01 AM
Another BTW, Brian thought, like virtually everyone I meet, that I am a Brooklyn boy. Not so. Why do they think that? Wikipedia incorrectly states that I am a Brooklyn native. I was born in a hospital in Brooklyn, that much is true. But I grew up in Queens. First in Jackson Heights, and then in north Flushing (near Whitestone and Bayside). Ask anyone from Queens in that era if they came from Brooklyn (as I said on the podcast) and you're likely to get a (virtual) punch in the nose. And that, my friends, is where my hatred of the Yankees comes from. These days you see people wearing Yankees hats in Queens, but not when I lived there.
10/10/2017 10:14:04 AM
Last night I turned off the Rachel Maddow show in disgust. Never thought that would happen. They're going after Facebook on the flimsiest of pretense. She made it sound like there was collusion, something nefarious, as if Zuckerberg had sold out the United States to Russia to make Facebook richer.
I have no idea why they're doing it, but it was coordinated. Ari Melber, earlier in the evening, became a panelist on his own show, and expressed the same ridiculous ideas. So much so that longtime tech journalist David Kirkpatrick started interviewing Melber. Melber was full of it, but Kirkpatrick was more polite. It doesn't reflect well on the rest of MSNBC's reporting.
I don't know what they're doing, it was never exactly journalism, but now it's become total advocacy. It's wrong and dishonest and as fake as anything you hear on Fox. I'll give her another try, maybe there's an innocent explanation, but they crossed over into something mean and evil last night, and I'm not going to support that.
BTW, I am not a fan of Facebook, the company or the product, or Zuck. I do think they're evil, but not very likely in the way that Maddow et al say. Maybe it'll turn out they're onto something, then I'll apologize. But I think the odds of that are miniscule.
Like I said I don't know what they're trying to do but whatever it is I'm sure it will end up restricting the First Amendment rights of users of the net. I don't think most journalists give a damn about that, they care about their rights, not ours. Never have I seen a better demo of that than last night on Maddow, a former hero of mine.
10/10/2017 9:21:56 AM
Idea: One team in each league doesn't play the anthem or honor the military, they play the sport and everyone has their own opinions.
10/9/2017 1:10:11 PM
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