Kansas City Late Night News Roundup At End Of 20 Year War

For late night denizens of the Internets we consider pr0n star Abella Danger's body of work along with a few leftover news links from today from top headlines, community news and pop culture.

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Local Welcome Wagon Rolls Out

Local groups preparing to help Afghan refugees who come to Kansas City area

OLATHE, Kan. - Although the Afghanistan conflict might feel like a world away, people in the Kansas City metro are already preparing to help Afghan refugees heading our way. The area already has a small Afghan community, which is essential for refugees to successfully relocate here.

Kansas Politico Prioritizes Health

Jeff Colyer ends campaign for Kansas governor to focus on cancer treatment

OVERLAND PARK, KS (KCTV) -- On Monday, Former Kansas Governor Jeff Colyer announced that he is ending his campaign "to be treated for prostate cancer and focus on his medical practice." In April of this year, Colyer had announced that he was running to be governor of Kansas again.

Show-Me Missouri COVID Fight

Missouri ICUs Filling From Delta Variant, As Gov. Mike Parson Weakens Emergency Order

New cases from the delta variant wave that has killed more than 1,150 Missourians since June 1 have plateaued but hospital ICUs continue to fill - and small, rural hospitals are among the hardest hit. There were 690 patients in ICU beds across the state on Tuesday, the most recent day reported by the state Department of Health and Human Services.

Abella Bares All

Porn star Abella Danger reveals her dirtiest secrets in saucy YouTube Q&A

PORN star Abella Danger has lifted the lid on some of her dirtiest secrets as she answered the internet's weirdest questions. The 25-year-old sensation, from Miami, Florida, took to YouTube to reveal a number of naughty tales - including how she once become friends with a girl just so she could get with her brother.

End Game

US exit from Afghanistan ends 20 years of war

It was an end marred by chaos and death as the Biden administration rushed to evacuate thousands of people fleeing Taliban rule and terrorists seized on the disorder to kill nearly 200 Afghans and 13 U.S. troops. That deadline came just before midnight Monday in Kabul, or 3:29 p.m.

Prez Trump Disputes MSM

Trump complained on a radio show that the media spent 'all night' Sunday covering the devastation wrought by Hurricane Ida instead of his 'great agreement' with the Taliban

Trump complained to radio show host Todd Starnes that the media was covering Hurricane Ida all weekend. He added that news channels were not discussing the "great agreement" he had with the Taliban. The former president singled out CNN and MSNBC in particular but called the latter "MSDNC" instead.

Bernie Against GOP In Cali

Bernie Sanders urges Californians to reject 'bold-faced Republican power grab' in new Newsom recall ad

California Gov. Gavin Newsom has enlisted Sen. Bernie Sanders in his fight to remain in office, with the progressive icon urging voters to reject a "bold-faced Republican power grab" in a new recall ad.

Circle Back Retort

Jen Psaki says she hasn't read Washington Post report that Taliban offered to let US secure Kabul

The Biden White House appears to read the Washington Post carefully, but Press Secretary Jen Psaki claimed ignorance Monday about a major report from the outlet regarding the crisis in Afghanistan. RealClearPolitics White House reporter Philip Wegmann cited the Post's report that the "Taliban offered to stay out of Kabul and let the United States forces secure the city," but the U.S.

Progressives Oppose Money Man

AOC, Tlaib, Pressley call on Biden to dump Powell as Fed chair

They acknowledged that the Fed under Powell "has made positive changes" by steering the central bank toward a greater emphasis on reaching full employment. But they said they want to see someone at the helm who is more aggressive on financial regulation and climate change.


He Is The Last American Soldier To Leave Afghanistan

Before the last U.S. plane left Afghanistan, bringing to an end America's longest war, one man strode on to the C-17 cargo plane at Hamid Karzai International Airport in Kabul, Afghanistan. U.S. Army Maj. Gen. Chris Donahue was the very last American service member to leave the country Monday.

New Plague Flavor Coming Soon

South African researchers keep wary eye on yet a new coronavirus variant

Genetics researchers who have been watching for new coronavirus variants say they've seen a troubling new lineage that carries many of the same hallmarks as other strains, including Alpha, Beta and Gamma.

Considering Kite Runner Harsh Times

U.S. troops are gone. How will Afghans get out of Afghanistan now?

WASHINGTON - With the United States military now out of Afghanistan, the task of evacuating tens of thousands of Afghan allies left behind now falls to nongovernmental organizations and international aid groups - who say they are unable to tell Afghans where to go next, according to several groups who spoke to NBC News.

World Getting Rougher

Brazil bank robbers tie hostages to getaway cars in Ara├žatuba

Bank robbers strapped hostages to the top of their getaway vehicles after a raid in the southern Brazilian city of Ara├žatuba. Police said that at least three people were killed, among them one suspect. Officials said more than 20 people took part in the heist, blocking off roads with burning vehicles and placing explosive devices across the city.

Hospitals Stay Losing Nurses

Nurses quit high-stress ICU jobs due to the demands of the pandemic

Some nurses are leaving the ICU due to the demands of COVID-19. Dr. Tara Narula explains why many hospitals are vulnerable to staff shortages in the midst of a pandemic, and how patients may be at risk.

Old School Hottie Last Stand

LeAnn Rimes Shares Stunning New Bikini Photos For Her 39th Birthday

Singer, songwriter, and actress LeAnn Rimes looks as radiant as ever in her latest birthday post on Instagram. If you're wondering what #goals looks like, just take a look at the new photos on her and husband Eddie Cibrian's Instagrams. LeAnn celebrated her 39th birthday on August 28 and, of course, shared the special day with fans on social media.

Internets Family Friendly Fare Debuts

Kim Kardashian Watches Caitlyn Jenner's Episode of Netflix Series Untold: 'This Doc Though!'

Untold is a five-part docuseries highlighting various athletes, including former Olympian Caitlyn Jenner Over the weekend, Kardashian West tuned into Jenner's episode of Netflix's . The project is a five-part sports-centered docuseries highlighting various athletes, including the 71-year-old former Olympian and reality star. In her episode, which premiered on Aug.

Scaring Up Cowtown Autumn Biz

Kansas City is getting a Halloween pop-up bar in an actual morgue

A century ago, J. Ott & Co Undertaking was the only town morgue in Independence. Next month, it'll be a pop-up bar. Kansas City's Halloween pop-up bar, Apparition Spookeasy, is partnering with 3 Trails Brewing to open a new location in the Historic Independence Square.

Local Leather-man Stays Winning

How an artisan leatherworker in KC's historic northeast is making space for more than a hobby

Faye Steiner-Woods returned from a trip to Brooklyn, New York, inspired - eager to prove quality doesn't have to mean expensive when creativity is used as currency. "I wanted to purchase this really expensive, $50 keychain, and it just seemed ridiculous," Steiner-Woods laughed, recalling their impulse to buy - and the origins of a business venture, Red Hare Leather, that trinket would later manifest.

More Boozy Offerings Ahead

Torn Label's new Kansas City location features a full menu of beer-friendly fare

A year after owners Rafi Chaudry and Travis Moore closed the original tasting room of Torn Label Brewing Co. in Kansas City, they revealed that they were working on Torn Label Public House. Now open, the shiny new taproom has an outdoor patio and a full kitchen run by chef Vince Brink, former executive sous chef of Corvino Supper Club & Tasting Room.

Royal Losing Effort Earns High Praise

Salvador Perez named American League Player of the week

KANSAS CITY, MO (KCTV) -- Salvador Perez has been named American League Player of the Week. This is from Aug. 23-29, "a stretch in which he hit .357 (10-for-28) across seven games and led the Major Leagues in both home runs (6) and RBI (14)."

More Weather Deets This Week

Scattered T-storms possible Tuesday morning


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