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Check-it . . .Sunday Football Comeback
by: ROB MAADDI, Associated Press Posted: / Updated: Tailgating, face-painted fans returned in full force at stadiums around the country as the NFL opened its doors to capacity for the first time since the coronavirus pandemic. Some wore masks, some didn't. Some are vaccinated, some aren't.
Rock Chalk COVID Vaxx Demand By A Few Dozen
'We demand better': KU students, faculty call on administrators to mandate COVID-19 vaccines | Kansas Reflector
LAWRENCE - University of Kansas students, faculty and staff members called on administrators to mandate vaccines on campus during a rally Sunday, expressing concerns about the ongoing surge of the delta variant of COVID-19. Nearly 40 people gathered at the university's Wescoe Beach to push back on the administration's reluctance to mandate a COVID-19 vaccine [...]
Show-Me Culture War Statue Fight
Missouri GOP lawmaker suggests Lincoln Memorial should come down after Robert E. Lee statue is removed in Richmond
Missouri State Rep. Tony Lovasco suggested the statue of President Abraham Lincoln at the Lincoln Memorial should be removed. His comment on Twitter was in response to the removal of a 12-ton statue of Confederate Gen. Robert E. Lee in Virginia.
Angels Still Gather For Blessing
The supermodel tied the knot with Snapchat's Juan David Borrero in his home country of Ecuador on Sept. 4 The bridesmaids, which included 12 in total, wore sage green satin gowns by Amsale in curve-hugging silhouettes. Every dress featured a side slit, but the necklines varied from one-shoulder or plunging to strapless or cowl neck.
Coming Soon: Corporate Fair Share
House Democrats are looking to raise the corporate tax rate to 26.5 percent as a way to help pay for their $3.5 trillion social spending plan, according to a Democratic source familiar with the plans. A 26.5 percent rate would be higher than the current rate of 21 percent but lower than 's proposed rate of 28 percent.
Rocket Man Back In Action
SEOUL, South Korea - North Korea says it successfully test fired what it described as newly developed long-range cruise missiles over the weekend, its first known testing activity in months, underscoring how it continues to expand its military capabilities amid a stalemate in nuclear negotiations with the United States.
GOP Party Line Targets Vaxx
Resistance to vaccine mandates, once a fringe position, has entered the Republican mainstream. But the governors fighting President Biden's Covid-19 vaccine requirements impose mandates of their own. WASHINGTON - Like other Republican governors around the country, Tate Reeves of Mississippi reacted angrily to the coronavirus vaccine mandates President Biden imposed on private businesses.
No MAGA Without Former Prez
Organizers of a Kentucky rally in support of former President Donald Trump featuring several prominent allies and conspiracy theorists expected some 10,000 people to show up this weekend. Instead, less than 300 were in attendance when local journalists attempted to cover the proceedings.
El Papa Celebrates Diversity
BUDAPEST, Hungary - Pope Francis urged Hungary on Sunday to "extend its arms towards everyone," in a veiled critique of Prime Minister Viktor Orban's anti-migrant policies as the pontiff opened a four-day visit to Central Europe, his first big international outing since undergoing intestinal surgery in July.
Kansas City Royals Win Tonight
The Royals got a solid start by Kris Bubic, a home run by Adalberto Mondesi, and a three-hit day from Whit Merrifield, but it took a clutch hit by rookie Kyle Isbel late to give them a 5-3 win to take the series from the Twins.
Coach Sandbags At Start Of Season
Kansas City Chiefs safety Tyrann Mathieu was on the field for pregame warmups before the team's Week 1 game against the Cleveland Browns - a game the Chiefs managed to win 33-29. Considering Mathieu was activated off the Reserve/COVID-19 list on Saturday, it was presumably his second day back with the club after spending 10 days away from the team.
Forecast To Start Week
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