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    Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton appeared on Newsmax soon after news broke that a gunman shot and killed 14 students and a teacher at an elementary school in Uvalde, Texas on Tuesday. The gunman is also reported to have killed his grandmother before going to the school. The shooting occurred as voters across Texas went to the polls to cast ballots in the state’s primary runoffs. Paxton is facing a Republican primary challenge from George P. Bush. Neither candidate received a majority of the vote in March. Interviewing Paxton, host Chris Salcedo remarked that some liberals have reiterated their calls for gun control measures to be implemented. “When you hear the instantaneous politicization of an incident like this, what goes through your mind as the head attorney of the state of Texas,” Salcedo asked. Paxton, wearing a “Ken Paxton: Texas Attorney General” t-shirt, replied that he wants citizens to be armed and trained in order to handle active shooter situations: Well, look, you know people that are shooting people, that are killing kids, [if] … they’re not following murder laws,...
    Cohosts of The Five reacted giddily to the news that Elon Musk will purchase Twitter for $44 billion on Monday, hailing it as a victory for free speech. The consensus around the table was that Musk will allow Donald Trump to return to Twitter and that the former president will oblige, despite saying he would not rejoin the platform. “I am not going on Twitter, I am going to stay on TRUTH,” Trump declared, referring to the currently struggling social media platform he launched. “I’m a big Elon Musk fan, and I assume because he’s a genius that this is a good deal for him,” said Geraldo Rivera, who noted Trump’s comments about staying away from the platform even if his permanent ban is overturned. Jeanine Pirro asked, “But why do you think he said it?” “Because he owns Truth Social,” replied Rivera, who predicted Trump would not be sticking to his guns. “Knowing him for so many years, I’ll think he’ll change his mind in 10 minutes.” “He will,” Pirro agreed. “I think this is bad news for Truth...
    Committed to his story until the very end, Jussie Smollett protested 'I AM INNOCENT! I AM NOT SUICIDAL!' as he was led away in handcuffs to begin his 150-day jail sentence yesterday for lying to police about being the victim of a racially motivated hate crime. And while the 39-year-old actor kept a straight face throughout his outburst, it sent many others into fits of laughter.  Smollett's performance in the courtroom is now being mercilessly mocked online, with some questioning who the actor thinks is out to get him.  'Bro, chill out. You're not Jeffrey Epstein. You only got a measly 150 days,' one Twitter user said, referring to Epstein's suspicious jail suicide which conspiracy theorists have long thought was a murder to prevent him from ratting out other high profile pedophiles.  Jussie's legal team say they are desperately worried about his safety. They have not, despite requests, clarified who they think wants to hurt him, or why.   'The only thing that made my eyes roll harder than a Twilight movie was Jussie Smollett declaring how totally *not* suicidal he...
    What happened to Ron Johnson, the Wisconsin senator running for re-election? Charlie Sykes, editor-at-large at The Bulwark, has a few theories. Sykes tells New Abnormal co-host Molly Jong-Fast that he used to like Johnson, even thought he was one of the smartest guys, but then something Trumpy happened. Subscribe to The New Abnormal on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts, Stitcher, Amazon Music, or Overcast. “There was a while when I tried to come up with various theories about it, because I was trying to think, how did he get from this normal sort of Wall Street Journal-reading businessman from Oshkosh, Wisconsin, to RonAnon [Ron + QAnon]? What drew him down those rabbit holes?” he says. “He turned out to model himself on Joseph McCarthy, our other legendary senator from Wisconsin.” So, Molly wants to know, what broke his brain? Sykes has a theory: “He's fallen in with a bad crowd... and apparently also lost his mind.” Wisconsin politics, in general, have also changed, says Sykes. “The establishment here decided it was gonna go along and appease the Trumpists. They would...
    LOS ANGELES — Josh Allen says Giants head coach Brian Daboll taught him how to take charge, connected him with quarterbacks like Tom Brady for conversations on how to improve, and tailored the Bills’ high-powered offense to what his quarterback wanted. That unlocked one of the NFL’s most unstoppable attacks in Buffalo. “He’s not gonna call plays to fulfill himself,” Allen, 25, said of Daboll, his former Bills offensive coordinator, at radio row on Thursday at the Los Angeles Convention Center. “He’s gonna call plays that are gonna help you as a quarterback make the right decision and make the best play possible.” Allen hadn’t found the time to tell Daniel Jones all about Daboll yet. He promised to do so at Thursday night’s NFL Honors Ceremony, where Jones would be in attendance. “Yeah, I told [Jones] I was gonna call him last week and I didn’t. I feel like an asshole!” Allen said with a laugh. “But I think I’m gonna see him tonight, and I’m gonna have a good little talk with him.” ...
    Florida Governor Ron DeSantis refused to answer whether or not he has received a COVID-19 booster shot during a press conference on Friday, after former President Donald Trump called politicians who don't publicly disclose their booster shot status 'gutless.'  'That's something that I think people should just make their own decisions on,' DeSantis said.  'I'm not gonna let that be a weapon for people to be able to use. I think it's a private matter.' DeSantis had dodged the same question last month, weeks before Trump's comments this month. 'I've done whatever I did,' DeSantis told Fox Business Network. 'The normal shot.' The Republican governor received the Johnson & Johnson vaccine early last year.  SCROLL DOWN FOR VIDEO  Pictured: Florida Governor Ron DeSantis at a press conference on Friday, where he refused to reveal whether or not he received a COVID booster shot Donald Trump looks on as Ron DeSantis speaks during the Florida Homecoming rally at the BB&T Center in 2019 Pictured: Florida COVID-19 numbers, showing a massive spike on January 7 earlier this month, with 78,449 new cases recorded...
    While 71.8% of the U.S. population consisting of individuals 18 and older has been fully vaccinated against COIVD-19 (as per the current definition), only 26.3% of that population demographic has received a booster, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Fauci, who serves as the chief medical advisor to President Biden, has been the director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases for well over three decades. Many Americans have taken issue with vaccination mandates during the pandemic, decrying such requirements as infringements upon individual liberty. But Fauci has said that while it would be preferable for people to get vaccinated voluntarily, if they are not willing to do so, "sometimes you've gotta do things that are unpopular but that clearly supersede individual choices and are directed predominantly at the communal good." Fauci On Pfizer's Vaccine Data On Omicron youtu.be
    TYSON FURY has revealed his son Prince wants to be a WWE wrestler and not a boxer after paying tribute to The Undertaker at Friday's weigh-in. The Gypsy King is no stranger to the wrestling world having beaten Braun Strowman at WWE's Crown Jewel in Saudi Arabia two years ago. 5Fury's brief stint in the WWE has inspired Prince to become a WWE wrestlerCredit: INSTAGRAM: GYPSYPRINCE 5Prince met with WWE boss Vince McMahonCredit: INSTAGRAM: GYPSYPRINCE 5Prince with WWE legend Ric FlairCredit: INSTAGRAM: GYPSY PRINCE 5Fury wore a hat inspired by The Undertaker at Friday's weigh-in And it appears Tyson isn't the only Fury interested in jumping into the WWE ring. Son Prince would rather be a WWE wrestler than a boxer, according to his dad. Fury said: "Everyone has their own dreams but as far as I know Prince wants to be a WWE wrestler and there is nothing I can say to tell him different. "Thankfully I know a couple of guys who can make it happen for him, I have done alright out of of it...
    ANTHONY JOSHUA has revealed who he reckons will win Tyson Fury's trilogy fight against Deontay Wilder. The pair's eagerly anticipated re-match is set to take place on July 24, and AJ says he would be backing Fury. 3Joshua has revealed who he thinks will win the fight between Fury and WilderCredit: Instagram @anthonyjoshua 3AJ reckons Fury will clinch victory as he done so the last time the pair metCredit: Rex Despite not minding who wins the clash, Joshua reckons the Gypsy King will edge victory due to his demolition of Wilder last time round. Speaking to talkSPORT, he said: "I don’t mind, I don’t mind. "But Fury won the last one so I’ll go with Fury because you’re only as good as your last performance. "Good luck to them both." Joshua was set to fight Fury himself but it was shelved when Wilder won his arbitration case which forced a third bout with the Gypsy King. While...
    Representative Ro Khanna (D- CA) said Friday on MSNBC’s “All In” that Democrats would be pursuing a select committee to investigate the January 6 U.S. Capitol riots now that the commission didn’t pass the Senate. Hayes said, “The next option now becomes a select committee. I would like to hear you talk us through that.” He added, “Everyone can’t just walk away from this, obviously.” Khanna said, “Absolutely not, and the speaker has kept it as an option. Look, the speaker bent over backward to try and keep this bipartisan.” He added, “Now what we’re gonna have is a select committee that will have Republicans on it still, but we’re gonna have the power to subpoena, and we will get the facts. But this is not disappearing in any way.” Hayes said, “You think there will be forward movement on some select committee, that is basically clear, right?” Khanna said, “One-hundred percent there will be a select committee. There will be an investigation. You know, that’s the thing. It’s not the Republicans are making a rational choice like this won’t...
    Congressman Ro Khanna (D- CA) indicated Friday that Democrats may be pursuing a select committee to investigate the January 6th riots now that the first attempt at such an investigation did not pass. With most Senate Republicans tanking the measure to create a 1/6 commission, one option is for Speaker Nancy Pelosi to establish a select committee instead. Chris Hayes asked Khanna about Democrats now pursuing this idea. Khanna noted Pelosi has said it’s an option while “bend[ing] over backward to try to make this bipartisan.” “Now what we’re gonna have is a select committee that will have Republicans on it still, but we’re gonna have the power to subpoena, and we will get the facts. But this is not disappearing in any way,” he added. Hayes said the negotiations between the chair and ranking member of the House Homeland Security Committee seemed intended “to get to an actual objective” and not just using it as “a messaging vote.” “You think there will be forward movement on some select committee, that’s basically clear, right?” he asked Khanna. “That’s 100%. There’s...
    Ohio mother Lindsey Abbuhl allegedly faked daughters terminal illness to obtain funding for trips and housing How China is cracking down on its once untouchable tech titans When NBA players are asked if "this year will be different," responses typically come in one of two forms. When the question is, admittedly less often, posed to defending champions or proven winners, the answer is a quick no. They've won in the past, so why would anything change in the future? When the question is asked of players and teams that haven't won, the answer is yes. The team has invariably figured out what went wrong in the past and is ready to put their new plan into action and win the championship.  © Provided by CBS Sports Giannis Antetokounmpo broke that template with a refreshing bit of honesty at his press conference Thursday. He is exactly the sort of athlete that typically gets asked this sort of question. He's a reigning MVP coming off of back-to-back postseason upsets based in large part on his own struggles late in games. But...
    Dr. Anthony Fauci does not believe “vaccine passports” are going to be mandated by the U.S. government to combat the COVID-19 pandemic. “You could foresee how an independent entity might say ‘Well, we can’t be dealing with you unless we know you’re vaccinated.’ But it’s not gonna be mandated from the federal government,” he told Politico Dispatch on Monday. President Joe Biden’s administration has reportedly explored the possibility of implementing a vaccine passport system. In a January interview, Fauci said he did not anticipate a federal vaccine mandate or passport being put in place, but added that “everything will be on the table.” He also clarified that it’s not in his control: “It’s not up to me to make a decision. But these are all things that will be discussed.” The state of New York has introduced the “Excelsior Pass,” which allows residents to verify their vaccination status in order to attend public gatherings like sporting events. Proponents of a vaccine passport say it would allow the economy to reopen faster and encourage people who are hesitant to get the...
    Grammys to partner with Berklee, ASU for study on women 100-Year-Old Companies Still in Business Today When Sage Northcutt makes the walk to the cage April 28, it will have been almost two years since he last competed. © Provided by MMAJunkie Northcutt (11-3) faces Japanese MMA pioneer Shinya Aoki in a welterweight fight at ONE on TNT IV in Singapore, his first fight since getting knocked out by Cosmo Alexandre in his ONE Championship debut in May 2019. The 25-year-old suffered numerous facial fractures, which required surgery and sidelined him for a lengthy amount of time. But as Northcutt gears up for his return, a lot has changed in the world. MMA organizations have had to adapt to the COVID-19 pandemic, which means Northcutt will be competing with no fans for the first time in his professional career. Despite the changes and long layoff, Northcutt doesn’t think it’ll be a factor. Ever since he’s been cleared to train, he’s been putting the work in and is back at Team Alpha Male to prepare for his upcoming fight. “The...
    Republican Sen. Marco Rubio of Florida told Fox News Wednesday that he will not get “punked” on voting for the $1.9 trillion COVID-19 relief bill as the Senate prepares to cast its vote. Rubio said the COVID relief bill “isn’t what it says it is” since it will reportedly fund causes unrelated to pandemic relief. He added that members of Congress should not get pressured into voting for the bill since it is ‘not what it says it is.’ “I’m not gonna get punked and we shouldn’t get pressured into voting for something that isn’t what it says it is and that people are gonna regret once this thing passes and they see what’s in it,” Rubio said. I am prepared to vote for real #Covid relief The bill before us now isn’t #CovidRelief with a few things unrelated to the pandemic mixed in It’s a bunch of programs unrelated to the pandemic with a little bit of Covid relief mixed in pic.twitter.com/7zfFg63Qg9 — Marco Rubio (@marcorubio) March 3, 2021 Rubio said the bill is a “trick” by...
    Brendan Smialowski/AFP via Getty If not quite over, the honeymoon is starting to fade. The touching romance between the Biden administration and the news media that cover it—which began with such ardor and emotional release on Jan. 20—has finally begun to cool down to the sort of businesslike, occasionally bickering liaison that is only to be expected of an arranged marriage between two hoary institutions of American democracy. Four years after White House press secretary Sean Spicer devoted his first formal briefing to yelling at the assembled journalists about “deliberately false reporting” of the crowd size at Donald Trump’s inauguration—before storming off without taking questions—Joe Biden’s top spokesperson, Jen Psaki, stood at the podium for the first time and delivered a heartwarming tribute to “the role of a free and independent press in our democracy and for the role all of you play.” “That has certainly been my perspective throughout my career, and my goal was to return to accuracy and transparency from the podium,” Psaki—a former Obama White House official and State Department spokesperson—told The Daily Beast on...
    If not quite over, the honeymoon is starting to fade. The touching romance between the Biden administration and the news media that cover it—which began with such ardor and emotional release on Jan. 20—has finally begun to cool down to the sort of businesslike, occasionally bickering liaison that is only to be expected of an arranged marriage between two hoary institutions of American democracy. Four years after White House press secretary Sean Spicer devoted his first formal briefing to yelling at the assembled journalists about “deliberately false reporting” of the crowd size at Donald Trump’s inauguration—before storming off without taking questions—Joe Biden’s top spokesperson, Jen Psaki, stood at the podium for the first time and delivered a heartwarming tribute to “the role of a free and independent press in our democracy and for the role all of you play.” “That has certainly been my perspective throughout my career, and my goal was to return to accuracy and transparency from the podium,” Psaki—a former Obama White House official and State Department spokesperson—told The Daily Beast on Friday, elaborating on her own...
    UFC president Dana White has once again claimed that he expects Khabib Nurmagomedov to reverse his MMA retirement. The 51-year-old confessed he still sees the undefeated Russian as the 155-pound champ after confirming that Conor McGregor would NOT be fighting Dustin Poirier for the lightweight title. 3Dana White has confirmed that Conor McGregor's rematch against Dustin Poirier will not be for the lightweight titleCredit: Getty Images - Getty 3The UFC president still expects Khabib Nurmagomedov to reverse his retirementCredit: Getty Images - Getty Khabib's UFC career is up in the air after he hung up his gloves following his submission win against Justin Gaethje, 31, in October. It was the first fight since the loss of his influential father Abdulmanap, who passed away aged 57 in July after contracting coronavirus. The 32-year-old - who moved to 29-0 - admitted he could not fight any longer without his mentor. But Dana White believes Nurmagomedov could come back to complete one more bout and honour his dad's legacy. I told you guys that I think he’s gonna go to [30-0]. If he’s still...
    CNN "State of the Union" host Jake Tapper suggested during a Sunday interview with Dr. Anthony Fauci that Christmas is "probably not gonna be possible" this year as medical experts warn of COVID-19 spikes caused by widespread indoor holiday gatherings. Case numbers for COVID-19 continue to rise in several states across the country, tampering the hopes of millions of Americans seeking to restore a sense of normality with the upcoming holidays. FAUCI SAYS THANKSGIVING PLANS WILL BE 'INDIVIDUAL CHOICE' BASED ON 'RISK' Dr. Fauci, who serves as the Director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, told CNN’s Jake Tapper on Sunday that even with widespread distribution of a vaccine, the public "can’t abandon fundamental public health measures," specifically social distancing and mask-wearing.  "You can approach a degree of normality while still doing some fundamental health things that synergize with the vaccine to get us back to normal," Fauci said.  Tapper noted that based on Dr, Fauci's recommendations, which are expected to extend into the "the second or third" quarter of 2021, "Christmas is probably not gonna be possible." CLICK HERE FOR COMPLETE CORONAVIRUS COVERAGE ...
    President Donald Trump fired up the crowd at his Pennsylvania rally Tuesday night with a tease about his 60 Minutes interview earlier. Trump sat down with Lesley Stahl for the interview, which he reportedly ended abruptly before it was over, and he subsequently took to Twitter to share a short video of Stahl not wearing a mask and teasing they have more video. He went on to threaten to release video from the interview and bashed it as “FAKE and BIASED.” At his rally, the president took a moment to say, “You have to watch what we do to 60 Minutes, you’ll get such a kick out of it.” “Lesley Stahl’s not gonna be happy,” Trump said, before moving back to his campaign speech and blasting Democrats over fracking. You can watch above, via Fox News. Have a tip we should know? [email protected]
    Michigan Gov. Gretchen WhitmerGretchen WhitmerSunday shows preview: Trump, top Republicans recover from COVID-19; stimulus bill remains in limbo Suspect in Whitmer kidnap plot was pardoned in Delaware last year Bond set at million for two men accused in plot to kidnap Michigan governor MORE (D) said Sunday that the results of the Michigan election will not be announced before an “artificial deadline set by people with political agendas.” The Michigan governor declined to tell CBS’s “Face The Nation” how long it will take for the state to determine the official results of this year’s election.  “Michigan will be able to announce results but we’re not going to have artificial deadlines set by people with political agendas,” she said. “We’re gonna get this right.” “It will be soon after polls close,” she added. “I’m not gonna put a number on it but we’re gonna get it right.”Michigan’s Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson has said the battleground state that President TrumpDonald John TrumpNorth Korea unveils large intercontinental ballistic missile at military parade Trump no longer considered a risk to transmit COVID-19,...
    SIAULIAI AIR BASE, Lithuania — With smeared camouflage paint faintly visible on his face after hiding anti-aircraft batteries in the woods, U.S. Army Capt. Waverly Washington realized the NATO concept of common defense is not about having the most advanced technology. It’s about learning how to draw on each partner’s capabilities, whether new or old. “It's easy to come into a fight and say 'This is the way that the Americans do it,' but we're not gonna be fighting alone,” he told the Washington Examiner at Lithuania’s Siauliai Air Base, which is hosting the multinational air defense exercise Tobruq Legacy Sept. 12-27. The 10 nations participating in this seventh iteration practiced bringing together modern Western equipment and decades-old Soviet-era equipment in one aerial picture fed to a command and control center in the Lithuanian city of Kaunas. Joining traditional NATO countries, Germany, France, and Italy, were former Soviet republics in the Baltics, Lithuania, Estonia, and Latvia. Participating former Warsaw Pact countries included Poland, Hungary, the Czech Republic, and Slovakia. "We have weapons systems which are not fitting to each other...
    President Trump is urging the Big Ten to play the football season because he said these big, strong guys won’t be affected by the coronavirus. During a campaign speech in New Hampshire with Air Force One in the background, President Trump turned his sights to college football once again. Weeks ago, Trump made comments about how it would be a tragedy if the college football season was canceled. “Big Ten, get with it! Open up your season, Big Ten.” He says of players: “These are young strong guys–they’re not gonna be affected by the virus…These are big, strong guys. They will be just fine.” Statistically, college-aged athletes are not in a high-risk age group, according to WHO, as opposed to senior citizens or those with other morbid pre-conditions. Being young and healthy, however, does not make one immune to the coronavirus and its side effects as we’ve seen with at least 10 players in the Big Ten having myocarditis, a rare heart condition associated with coronavirus patients. The Big Ten, Pac-12, MAC, Mountain West are the FBS conferences to postpone...
    HOBOKEN, N.J. (CBSNewYork) — Masks are already mandated in New Jersey, but one city is taking it a step further, saying if you don’t wear one outside where you can’t social distance, you could face a fine. Walk on Washington Street in Hoboken and you’ll see some wearing masks and others not, but for Mara McGowan masking up is simple. “It’s not just for me, it’s for them too,” McGown told CBS2’s Jenna DeAngelis. Face coverings are already required inside establishments, but now the city is considering an ordinance to fine $250 to those who do not wear one outside and in places they can’t stay six feet apart. “In places you can’t social distance, yeah I agree with that, like the waterfront,” said McGowan. “Fining people, ehhh, a little extreme,” said Ray Graglia of Rutherford. “I just think it’s gonna be unenforceable and I think it’s too much,” said a Hoboken resident named Chris. Hoboken City Councilman Phil Cohen said the city has been monitoring mask usage in public spaces and there are concerns. “A lot of visitors on...
    Federal agents to begin leaving Portland 5 CDC Safety Guidelines That Way Too Many Restaurants Are Ignoring Rihanna Assures Fans Will Not Be Disappointed When She Decides to Release New Music (Exclusive) © Aurelien Meunier/Getty Images For Fenty Rihanna knows her fans are in desperate need of her new music, but she's making it worth the wait. While she may be busy getting ready for the launch of her new skincare line, Fenty Skin, the 32-year-old singer and entrepreneur got candid with ET's Rachel Smith about R9. "I am always working on music," Rihanna expressed via video chat. "I am always working on music and when I am ready to put it out in the way that I feel fit, it's gonna come out. And you're not going to be disappointed when it happens. It's going to be worth it." "I'm not just gonna put it out just because people are waiting," she continued. "It's taken this long, I'm gonna make it worth it."Rihanna Jokes She Likes to Antagonize Her Fans Over New Album (Exclusive) This video is unavailable because we...
    TRENTON, N.J. (CBS/AP) — In New Jersey, Gov. Phil Murphy said he has a strong bias toward getting back to school this fall. However, he said schools will only open if it can be done safely. “We’re not gonna be beaten or bludgeoned into doing this. We’re gonna do this, we’re gonna do it right, responsibly, and only if we can be convinced that we could protect all lives here — the kids, the teachers, the administrators, the parents, grandparents to whom these kids will go home to,” Murphy said. Last week, President Donald Trump and his administration demanded schools fully reopen right away, calling for new guidance from federal health officials and slamming schools that want to bring students back for only a few days a week. At the same time, some states are just now issuing their own directives, and school district leaders say they expect those guidelines to be revised again before the classroom bells ring. While there’s no indication school administrators are changing their plans yet because of the latest word from the White House, they...
    Can't social distance outside? Wear your face mask, said Gov. Phil Murphy, who will be signing an executive order Wednesday mandating the practice. The governor made the announcement on MSNBC's "Morning Joe." "There’s no question that face coverings are game-changers," Murphy said. "I think we were the first state in America to require them indoors.  "They’ve been strongly recommended out-of-doors. We’re gonna turn that up a notch today and say, We’re gonna ask you: If you can’t socially distance, it’s gonna be required." This is a developing story. Check back for more.
    Mark Zuckerberg has told Facebook employees that the company is 'not gonna change' their policies on 'hate speech', despite an advertising boycott having cost the company in excess of $7 billion. The Facebook CEO addressed a staff town hall on Friday, in light of the growing #StopHateForProfit campaign.  More than 500 companies have now signed up, calling on the tech giant to do more to prevent racist and hate-filled posts on its site.  'We're not gonna change our policies or approach on anything because of a threat to a small per cent of our revenue, or to any percent of our revenue,' said Zuckerberg, according to The Information. Mark Zuckerberg, 36, told employees on Friday that the company would not bow to pressure 'My guess is that all these advertisers will be back on the platform soon enough.' He added that the boycott was a 'reputational and a partner issue' rather than a financial one, because most of Facebook's revenue comes from small businesses and not large brands. The top 100 brands on Facebook in 2019 likely brought in...
    An NYU professor of business surmises that because of the effects of the coronavirus, anywhere from one-quarter to almost one-half of universities in the nation may go out of business in the next five to ten years. NYU professor Scott Galloway also admitted that foreign students paying full tuition are the “cash cow” for universities and  “might decide not to show up.” He commented, “What department stores were to retail, tier-two higher tuition universities are about to become to education and that is they are soon going to become the walking dead.” Speaking with Hari Sreenivasanon on PBS’ “Amanpour and Co.,” Galloway spoke of the impact of the coronavirus on colleges and universities, forcing them to hold their classes over the internet, and how that may catalyze flight from the universities and the universities’  subsequent downfall. Galloway stated, “Students I think across America along with their families listening in on these Zoom classes are all beginning to wonder what kind of value, or lack thereof, they’re getting for their tuition dollars … There’s generally a recognition or disappointment across America, and...
    Hall of Fame coach Tony Dungy said Thursday that New Orleans Saints' Drew Brees "can't be afraid to say that" after the quarterback's comments this week on protesting during the national anthem. On Wednesday, Brees said that he “will never agree with anybody disrespecting the flag of the United States of America or our country,” but he issued an apology Thursday morning on Instagram after he received backlash. DREW BREES FINDS SUPPORT AMID BACKLASH OVER STANCE ON KNEELING DURING NATIONAL ANTHEM Dungy said on "The Pat McAfee Show" that he doesn’t “downgrade Drew for that” because “he may not totally understand.” “It may have been not exactly the way he wanted to express it, but he can’t be afraid to say that, and we can’t be afraid to say, ‘OK Drew, I don’t agree with you, but let’s talk about this, and let’s sit down and talk about it,’” Dungy said. “We can’t just say anytime something happens that we don’t agree with, ‘Hey, I’m done with that and I’m done with this person,’ and that doesn’t make sense,” Dungy added. “We have to...
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