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Fanboys Must Focus
When the Kansas City Chiefs take on the Houston Texans Thursday night to kick off an NFL season unlike any in history, a national television audience will tune in to see Patrick Mahomes and the reigning Super Bowl champions play football.
Heartland Vote Sneak Peek
In less than two months, it will be time to vote. But now is the time to make sure you are registered and have the information you need to make sure your vote gets counted. With the maze of confusing guidelines and messaging of how to vote constantly in flux, this guide serves as a cliff notes version with everything you need to know.
Kansas City COVID Food Scarcity Should Remind Us That Almost Everybody Is Just Two Paychecks Away From Joining The Ranks Of Local Hobos
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Many Kansas City families found themselves needing help getting food for the first time since COVID-19 hit, and organizations like Harvesters have stepped up outreach efforts to help those facing "food insecurity." Food insecurity, according to Harvesters, is when someone doesn't know if they will have enough food from day-to-day or for everyone in a household.
Cheeky Hottie Shares Fashion Forward Instagram Peek
Sofia Jamora shared two updates to her Instagram feed today and unveiled her magazine cover for NUDE. And in her newest three-part photo series, she showed off her figure in a racy, topless outfit. In the first picture, Sofia stood with her back angled toward the camera and wrapped her arms around herself.
MAG STAYS WINNING AGAINST PREZ TRUMP TWEETS!!!
President Trump wrote The Atlantic off as a "dying" magazine last week after it published an explosive story about him allegedly disparaging Americans who died in war.
Expert Reminds MSM That Panic Is Not Presidential
Journalist Bob Woodward's claim that President Trump went to great lengths to downplay the coronavirus pandemic is "perfectly supportable," former White House Press Secretary Ari Fleischer argued Wednesday, adding that "no president should panic anyone."
Activists Target Youngster
Olivia Winslow and Camryn Amy, 21, were caught on camera on August 20 The pair were outside the DNC in Wilmington, Delaware, as Biden spoke They spotted a Trump-supporting mother and her seven-year-old son Amy picked up a MAGA baseball cap on the ground near the child The boy asked
We’ve All Got Our Doubts
Former Director of National Intelligence Dan Coats Vladimir Putin Vladimir Vladimirovich Putin House panel calls for Trump to investigate Russia's role in Navalny poisoning The Hill's Morning Report - Sponsored by National Industries for the Blind - Trump, Biden battle over vaccine, economy; Congress returns Hospital says top Putin critic
Wild Life Fades
World's wildlife populations have fallen by an average of 68% in four decades, World Wildlife Fund says
The world's wildlife populations have fallen by an average of 68% in just over four decades, with human consumption behind the devastating decline, a new World Wildlife Fund report warns.
Royals Split Series
The Royals salvaged at least a split of the four-game series with Cleveland by taking down the Tribe 3-0 on Wednesday. For the first time since the season opener, Danny Duffy took the mound at Progressive Field. Facing a struggling Indians offense, Duffy worked through the first four innings without much trouble.
On the eve of the Here's what they said: Kansas City Chiefs season opener against the Houston Texans , we asked our contributors to make their boldest prediction for the 2020 season. The Bills, Dolphins, Jets, Patriots, Ravens, Texans and the AFC West teams. These are the AFC teams the Chiefs will face in 2020.
Cowtown Rain Stays
Hide Transcript Show Transcript HA OF OUR DAY TOMORROW, SO, THIS EVENING A LOT OF CLOUDS. YOU MAY NOTICE A LITTLE BIT OF DRIZZLE HERE AND THERE BUT I THINK WE'LL SEE A LOT OF DRY TIME FOR YOUR WEDNESDAY EVENING CLOUDY AND COOL TEMPERATURES HOLDING IN THOSE LOW TO MID 50S SOME SHOWERS MAY BEGIN TO ROLL IN HERE LATE THIS EVENING AFTER NINE O'CLOCK.
And this is the OPEN THREAD for tonight . . .