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Kansas City Ladies Pretend Their Careers Are Historic
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg inspired and shaped the lives of so many women personally and professionally. Thousands of women in Kansas City touched by Ginsburg gathered in private and personal spaces to reflect. Lauren Thompson never met Ginsburg, but for her, Ginsburg's passing is profound.
Latest COVID Count
Another Kansas City metro resident has died of the coronavirus and another 290 have been infected, health officials reported Sunday. To date, the virus has infected 36,650 residents, killing 507, across the region that encompasses Kansas City and Jackson, Clay and Platte counties in Missouri and Johnson and Wyandotte counties in Kansas.
Cowtown Fishy Winning
The Missouri Department of Conservation stocks several lakes in the metro area with fish to give anglers a close-to-home fishing opportunity. This fall, a surplus of hybrid sunfish produced at MDC's Blind Pony Fish Hatchery will be stocked intermittently in four lakes, which also receive stockings of channel catfish.
Justice Is Coming
When Christine Baglow moved from New Orleans to South Bend, Indiana, two years ago, she found herself at a dinner party with a woman with a formidable resume: former supreme court clerk, professor at Notre Dame Law School, a judge on the US district court of appeals for the seventh circuit.
Veep Doubles Down
Just looking at the presidential campaigns themselves, Biden ended August with nearly $181 million on hand to Trump's $121 million. Meanwhile, in August, Biden also outspent Trump more than 2-to-1, $130 million to $61 million - a disparity felt most acutely on TV, when the Trump campaign went dark in several key states.
Snail Mail Scare Solved
Plutocracy Kills Planet
An arrest was made in the investigation into an envelope addressed to the White House that was intercepted Saturday and deemed "suspicious," the FBI said in a statement on Sunday. The Associated Press, citing three law enforcement officials, reported that a woman has been arrested on the New York-Canada border.
Reality Check: Tech Billionaires Stay Winning
LONDON, Sept 21 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Prone to frequent flying, a passion for SUVs and big spending, the richest 1% of the world's population produced twice as many planet-heating emissions as the poorest half of humanity over the last quarter-century, researchers said on Monday.
ByteDance says it will own 80% of TikTok Global, contradicts Trump's claims deal has 'nothing to do with China'
ByteDance said on Monday it was not giving up control of TikTok Global in the U.S. and said a claim that the U.S. Treasury would get $5 billion in taxes was just a "forecast" and would depend on how the business performed.
Hollywood Host Under Fire For La Migra One Liner
Jimmy Kimmel made a controversial joke while hosting the 72nd Primetime Emmy Awards on Sunday Kimmel joked about reporting John Oliver to ICE after the British host won an Emmy for Outstanding Variety Talk Series Oliver's late-night show Last Week Tonight has won the award for five consecutive years, beating out Jimmy Kimmel Live in the process Viewers expressed their frustration with the comment on Twitter Jimmy Kimmel was called out for his 'white privilege' after quipping that he would report fellow comedian John Oliver to ICE during the 72nd Primetime Emmy Awards.
IT'S MILEY MONDAY!!!
MILEY Cyrus put on a hot display again posing in a sheer body suit as she revealed she has more time to "video herself stripping naked" now that she's single. The Malibu singer posted the racy shots to Instagram that saw her flaunt her figure in a barely there outfit as she teased an upcoming IHeart radio performance.
Sporting Last Chance
Peter Vermes is quick to point out Sporting Kansas City's 3-2 defeat to FC Dallas Saturday afternoon at Children's Mercy Park was, for the most part, a result of self-inflicted mistakes. But the SKC boss was fuming about FC Dallas' "disrespectful" "antics." Vermes was referring to
We All Fall Down
Hide Transcript Show Transcript A FEW SPRINKLES MAY MAKE IT. WE HAVE GOT THE HAZY SUNSHINE LOOKING OVER THE CITY JUST LIKE WE HAVE BEEN DEALING WITH. WE ARE AT 73 DEGREES, HUMIDITY 48%, AND WE HAVE A NICE PSOUTHEAST BREEZE AT 13 MILES AN HOUR.
Busta Rhymes, Anderson .Paak - YUUUU is the song of the day and this is the OPEN THREAD for right now . . .