We can't oust Trump from office, but we can repudiate him and all he stands for by loosening his party's stranglehold on power.
No longer welcome on an NFL sideline, former 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick turns to social media to make his point on the league's opening Sunday.
The NBA superstar voices his support for the brand's latest ad campaign while accepting an award from Harlem's Fashion Row.
The decision advances the case of the former 49ers quarterback, who contends that owners conspired to keep him out of the league because of his protests over social injustice.
In a morning Twitter screed, the president again calls for demonstrators to be suspended without pay.
New league rules limiting protests are challenged by the union, which contends that the policy, imposed without consultation with the union, is inconsistent with its collective bargaining agreement and infringes on player rights.
Pizza chain founder John Schnatter resigned this week amid reports that he used a racial slur during a conference call in May.
Most Americans know little about this conflict between the young republic and Britain, and that's too bad: Its painful lessons might benefit us today.
Instead of hailing the NFL's Philadelphia Eagles for their work on the field and in their community, the White House is staging a “Celebration of America” featuring music provided by U.S. military bands and choruses.
A new report reveals the president personally influenced the league's efforts to stifle national anthem protests.