Ed Markey's new ad says "it's time to start asking what your country can do for you"
In a new ad, Sen. Ed Markey, who is running against Rep. Joe Kennedy III, inverts President John F. Kennedy's famous line, "Ask not what your country can do for you — ask what you can do for your country."
Stephen A. Smith and Max Kellerman react to Cam Newton being benched by New England and answer whether its time for the Patriots to panic or have patience.
✔️ America's favorite Royals are finally breaking their silence about the 2020 Presidential Election. Megan Markle and Prince Harry spoke out on a video for TIME Magazine's "100 Most Influential People of 2020," which features Dr. Anthony Fauci on the cover. Markle urged people to vote, in order to have their voices heard. They didn't come right out and endorse Joe Biden, but Megan is known to dislike Trump. John McCain's widow Cindy endorsed Joe Biden despite being a lifelong Republican. Michael Holley and Michael Smith discuss why some call the NBA a 'Black league' when there aren't many Black coaches or owners in the league, while also reacting to the Bulls' hiring of Billy Donovan. In their final presidential debate before Election Day, President Trump and Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden sparred over whether to raise the federal minimum wage. Watch their exchange here.