NFL Owners Care More About Appeasing Trump Than About Colin Kaepernick, Leaked Audio Reveals

Buffalo Bills owner Terry Pegula said the league needs a Black spokesperson — despite still not having any Black owners.

A leaked recording of a meeting between NFL players and owners apparently confirms the obvious: the owners want to please President Donald Trump — knowingly at Colin Kaepernick's expense. At least one owner suggested the league designate a Black spokesperson, while owners continue to take a "hands-off" approach.

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Russell Simmons and Accuser Agree to Dismiss Rape Lawsuit

Several women have accused the 60-year-old Def Jam Records co-founder of sexual misconduct dating back to 1983, including four who said he raped them.

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(Reuters) — Hip hop producer Russell Simmons and an aspiring documentary filmmaker have agreed to dismiss her civil lawsuit claiming that Simmons raped her at his Los Angeles home in 2016, court documents filed on Wednesday showed.

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Flowers and Grits as Waffle House Reopens after Nashville Killings

Some patrons came because they saw the restaurant had promised to donate all proceeds made in the next 30 days to the victims' families.

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(Reuters) — The Waffle House restaurant in Nashville where a gunman killed four people reopened on Wednesday for the first time since the weekend attack, filling up with customers ordering breakfasts as a makeshift memorial of flowers piled up outside.

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Trump Lawyer Cohen Will Invoke 5th Amendment Rights in Stormy Daniels Case

By asserting that right, Cohen can avoid revealing information in Daniels' civil lawsuit that could aid federal investigators in the criminal probe of his business dealings.

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(Reuters) — President Donald Trump's lawyer Michael Cohen said on Wednesday he would assert his right under the U.S. Constitution to avoid self-incrimination in a lawsuit filed by adult-film star Stormy Daniels, who says she had an affair with Trump.

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