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NBC Sports 14 Aug 2020

Why Kemah Siverand's decision was very dangerous to Seahawks


The Seahawks cut rookie Kemah Siverand after he tried to sneak a woman into the team's hotel by dressing her up in team gear.

Judge Amy Coney Barrett said that the video of George Floyd in police custody was "very personal" to her family because she has two Black children, but wouldn't make any broad statements about racism in the United States. Aired on 10/13/2020.
CNN's Drew Griffin says the real crime in the Breonna Taylor case was the events that led Louisville police to Taylor's home and said the police work that led to the warrant was "very sloppy."
A former police officer was indicted only on first-degree wanton endangerment charges for his actions on the night Breonna Taylor was killed by police.
Two other officers who also fired shots during the botched March raid were not indicted, meaning no officer was charged with killing the 26-year-old Black EMT and aspiring nurse. After the decision was announced, members of the Kentucky National Guard and state police were activated as protesters took to the streets and some clashes erupted with officers in riot gear.
The long-awaited grand jury charges against the former officer, Brett Hankison, were immediately criticized as insufficient by demonstrators and activists. They had demanded more serious felony counts and the arrests of the three officers at Taylor's apartment when she was killed.
Hedge fund manager Anthony Scaramucci - aka "The Mooch" - campaigned vigorously for candidate Donald Trump during the last US election, and was hired as White House communications director in 2017.

A few days later, he was fired.

He remained loyal to his ex-boss after his departure, but says that Trump's tweet last year demeaning "The Squad" - a group of four Democratic Congresswomen of colour, including Ilhan Omar and Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez - "was a bridge too far for me".

In this no-holds-barred interview with Steve Clemons, Scaramucci says he's now part of the "Republican Resistance" pushing back against what he calls the "Vichy Republicans" backing Trump's re-election.
It was a time when you didn't have to worry about the coronavirus, but a trip to New Jersey's famed Action Park came with its own risks. Many visitors were injured and some even died while seeking thrills on the rides. Now a new documentary explores the dangerous scene at America's first water park, which was dubbed the "most dangerous amusement park in America." "Class Action Park" is available on HBO Max and shows how people still showed up to have fun despite all the reported mishaps.

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