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Following Hurricane Irma, businesses both national and local are coming out in droves to donate goods and funds to those affected by the storm. . (read more)


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Target plans minimum-wage hike in tightening job market—pledges $15/hr by 2020 (read more)

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It's hardly surprising that a serial bankrupt, a liar and a con man like Trump is incapable of understanding people like Colin Kaepernick (read more)

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Seahawks players issued a strongly worded statement prior to Sunday's game at Tennessee (read more)

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Facebook announced late Friday that it was abandoning its bid to create a dual share class structure because the stock’s gains allow Chief Executive Mark Zuckerberg to both sell shares to fund his philanthropy and retain control of the company. . (read more)

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Most New Orleans players stood for the national anthem at Carolina, but a large group sat, too. Both stances were acceptable, and that tolerance helped foster needed unity during a desperate time for the team. (read more)

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After decades, Pennsylvania finally has a formula for distributing money to its schools. But the state's neediest districts, such as Reading's, might take years to catch up. (read more)

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Trump reiterated that he believes NFL teams should "fire or suspend" players who protest during the national anthem (read more)

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WASHINGTON — President Donald Trump on Sunday issued a new order banning almost all travel to the United States from seven countries, including most of the nations covered by his original travel ban, citing threats to national security posed by letting their citizens into the country. . (read more)

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The Cubs manager said he had no idea what the president said about NFL players protesting the national anthem when he answered a question (read more)

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By staying in the locker room during the national anthem — rather than be forced to publicly choose a side — the Steelers' silence spoke volumes about their views on President Donald Trump's comments (read more)

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What a crazy slate of of football games we were treated to in NFL Week 3. Quite aside from the events that played out in stadiums across American and in London during the national anthem, the play itself gave us more drama in one weekend than we can remember in a long time. (read more)

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