Seattle defensive end Michael Bennett has been the most outspoken of late, among the players protesting during the national anthem by sitting or raising a fist. And he’d like to have a little more help in the effort — specifically from a white player
During a social dinner at President Donald Trump's clubhouse restaurant in Bedminster, New Jersey, late last week, White House chief of staff John Kelly reportedly joked that his storied career in the US Marine Corps paled in comparison to the politics at the White House. "The best job I ever had was as a sergeant in the Marine Corps," Kelly said, according to The Washington Post, "and after one week on this job, I believe the best job I ever had is as a sergeant in the Marine Corps." Kelly was tapped for the chief of staff post two weeks ago, after serving as Homeland Security secretary, and has been on the frontlines of an embattled Trump administration as it continues to face criticism over
UPDATED with details of second attack: U.S. cable networks went live with coverage Thursday of what Barcelona police say was a “massive” act of terrorism in Spain’s second-largest city. Officials say at least 13 people were killed and more than 100 injured Wednesday after a van traveling at 80 km an hour (50 mph) jumped a curb and drove down the middle of a crowded pedestrian walkway in the Las Ramblas district, a popular tourist area. Early this morning, Spanish officials confirmed that police thwarted a second attack in Cambrils, a seaside resort town about 60 miles south of Barcelona. In the early hours local time, troopers shot and killed five suspects, less than eight hours after the tragic afternoon in Barcelona, the capital of the country’s Catalonia region.