Puerto Rico

President Donald Trump is anything but presidential these days. After Hurricane Maria left death and destruction in the U.S. territory of Puerto Rico, the embattled president reminded Puerto Ricans of “billions of dollars owed to Wall Street and the banks” which must be paid back.

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Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones tried to appease everyone by asking his team to kneel down before the national anthem during a Monday Night Football game at the University of Phoenix Stadium, where they took on the Arizona Cardinals.

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Anthony Weiner

Serial predator Anthony Weiner was sentenced to serve 21 months in a federal prison for enticing an underage girl and asking her to undress on Skype. Weiner, 53, broke down and cried when Manhattan federal Judge Denise Cote handed down her sentence on Monday.

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Fan burns season tickets

17 Baltimore Ravens and Jacksonville Jaguars players were among the first in the NFL to kneel during the national anthem in defiance of U.S. President Donald Trump.

The 2 teams participated in a special game in London, England on Sunday.

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President Trump

NFL players reacted with rage on Friday after President Trump told NFL bosses to fire players who protest and disrespect the American flag during games.

Trump commented in response to reports that player protests have resulted in low TV ratings and half empty stadiums.

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Jemele Hill Elle Duncan

ESPN tried to kick sports anchor Jemele Hill off the air after she called President Trump a “white supremacist” in a tweet, but her co-host (and former lover) Michael Smith refused to host “SportsCenter” without her.

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Barack Obama Hillary Clinton

Hillary Clinton’s memoir reveals her frustration at new targets including NBC’s Matt Lauer and Bernie Sanders.

In her new memoir titled, “What Happened,” Clinton blames everyone but herself for her stunning loss to Donald Trump last November.

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