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Daily Dose: 7/22/16

Donald Trump lays it all out there

11:00 AMI tried to tell you all, you need to understand how tremendous this new Gucci Mane project is. Everybody Looking is what it’s called. And if you’ve got plans to build an empire today, it’s a good soundtrack for that.

Donald Trump is going to save us all. At least, if you let him tell it, that’s what will happen. If you watched the Republican National Convention Thursday night, you got 75 minutes of his plan to overhaul the United States’ trade, immigration and law enforcement policies. In addition, his line of “Americanism, not globalism” was a big hit with the Cleveland crowd. His daughter, Ivanka, introduced him, and she had the wind in the hair, Beyonce style, which was a nice touch. If you want to feel safe, vote for Trump. At least, that’s what his campaign is preaching these days.

In a somewhat bizarre media twist, Fox News’ chairman was ousted on Thursday. The very network that gave rise to the likes of the man holding the Republican presidential nomination is crumbling at the top while its progeny is excelling. Alas, such is life. As importantly, and unshockingly, what brought Roger Ailes down was his inability to be decent around women. Specifically, you can thank Gretchen Carlson for that. She sued him for ruining her career after she denied his advances. It worked. ABC News’ Paul Blake has the story.

Bun B is an American treasure. The man who started the rap group UGK with the late, great Pimp C has had one of the best post-prime rap careers of all time. My man is basically the godfather at this point. He’s taught university classes all the while still dropping a track or two that will have your trunk going hammer. This was all after his beyond illustrious career wrecking mics as a full-time job. Anyway, he’s been in Cleveland all week, filing for VICE. When I got word that he was actually on the floor of the convention, I was elated. Here’s his latest dispatch.

It’s hard to understand what the WNBA is trying to achieve. Its players are playing for a fraction of the money they could make overseas, people love them and when they speak up, the league fines them. It’s hard to understand why this is considered a smart practice, when they’re only talking about what everyone else in America is, too. I mentioned on Thursday that the league was fining its workforce, and when it happened, the players spoke up about it. espnW’s Mechelle Voepel wonders: Can WNBA players actually count on their league?

Free Food

Coffee Break: If you know me, you know that Vans shoes are a large part of my life. I pretty much wear them all the time. I also happen to love baseball the most. So, this pair of Los Angeles Dodgers high tops is pretty phenomenal. I need a Nationals pair.

Snack Time: Read this story about Washington Redskins cornerback Josh Norman. No, New York Giants wide receiver Odell Beckham did not make him famous. Just ask anyone who’s from where Norman is from.

Dessert: Kevin Durant, we still need answers. For the children. Since, you know, Wu-Tang and all.

Kevin Durant has a new tattoo

It features a hip-hop legend … and more

11:00 AMI tried to tell you all, you need to understand how tremendous this new Gucci Mane project is. Everybody Looking is what it’s called. And if you’ve got plans to build an empire today, it’s a good soundtrack for that.

Donald Trump is going to save us all. At least, if you let him tell it, that’s what will happen. If you watched the Republican National Convention Thursday night, you got 75 minutes of his plan to overhaul the United States’ trade, immigration and law enforcement policies. In addition, his line of “Americanism, not globalism” was a big hit with the Cleveland crowd. His daughter, Ivanka, introduced him, and she had the wind in the hair, Beyonce style, which was a nice touch. If you want to feel safe, vote for Trump. At least, that’s what his campaign is preaching these days.

In a somewhat bizarre media twist, Fox News’ chairman was ousted on Thursday. The very network that gave rise to the likes of the man holding the Republican presidential nomination is crumbling at the top while its progeny is excelling. Alas, such is life. As importantly, and unshockingly, what brought Roger Ailes down was his inability to be decent around women. Specifically, you can thank Gretchen Carlson for that. She sued him for ruining her career after she denied his advances. It worked. ABC News’ Paul Blake has the story.

Bun B is an American treasure. The man who started the rap group UGK with the late, great Pimp C has had one of the best post-prime rap careers of all time. My man is basically the godfather at this point. He’s taught university classes all the while still dropping a track or two that will have your trunk going hammer. This was all after his beyond illustrious career wrecking mics as a full-time job. Anyway, he’s been in Cleveland all week, filing for VICE. When I got word that he was actually on the floor of the convention, I was elated. Here’s his latest dispatch.

It’s hard to understand what the WNBA is trying to achieve. Its players are playing for a fraction of the money they could make overseas, people love them and when they speak up, the league fines them. It’s hard to understand why this is considered a smart practice, when they’re only talking about what everyone else in America is, too. I mentioned on Thursday that the league was fining its workforce, and when it happened, the players spoke up about it. espnW’s Mechelle Voepel wonders: Can WNBA players actually count on their league?

Free Food

Coffee Break: If you know me, you know that Vans shoes are a large part of my life. I pretty much wear them all the time. I also happen to love baseball the most. So, this pair of Los Angeles Dodgers high tops is pretty phenomenal. I need a Nationals pair.

Snack Time: Read this story about Washington Redskins cornerback Josh Norman. No, New York Giants wide receiver Odell Beckham did not make him famous. Just ask anyone who’s from where Norman is from.

Dessert: Kevin Durant, we still need answers. For the children. Since, you know, Wu-Tang and all.

Music

Lil Yachty’s having a great summer

His brand isn’t going anywhere as long as it’s hot outside

11:00 AMI tried to tell you all, you need to understand how tremendous this new Gucci Mane project is. Everybody Looking is what it’s called. And if you’ve got plans to build an empire today, it’s a good soundtrack for that.

Donald Trump is going to save us all. At least, if you let him tell it, that’s what will happen. If you watched the Republican National Convention Thursday night, you got 75 minutes of his plan to overhaul the United States’ trade, immigration and law enforcement policies. In addition, his line of “Americanism, not globalism” was a big hit with the Cleveland crowd. His daughter, Ivanka, introduced him, and she had the wind in the hair, Beyonce style, which was a nice touch. If you want to feel safe, vote for Trump. At least, that’s what his campaign is preaching these days.

In a somewhat bizarre media twist, Fox News’ chairman was ousted on Thursday. The very network that gave rise to the likes of the man holding the Republican presidential nomination is crumbling at the top while its progeny is excelling. Alas, such is life. As importantly, and unshockingly, what brought Roger Ailes down was his inability to be decent around women. Specifically, you can thank Gretchen Carlson for that. She sued him for ruining her career after she denied his advances. It worked. ABC News’ Paul Blake has the story.

Bun B is an American treasure. The man who started the rap group UGK with the late, great Pimp C has had one of the best post-prime rap careers of all time. My man is basically the godfather at this point. He’s taught university classes all the while still dropping a track or two that will have your trunk going hammer. This was all after his beyond illustrious career wrecking mics as a full-time job. Anyway, he’s been in Cleveland all week, filing for VICE. When I got word that he was actually on the floor of the convention, I was elated. Here’s his latest dispatch.

It’s hard to understand what the WNBA is trying to achieve. Its players are playing for a fraction of the money they could make overseas, people love them and when they speak up, the league fines them. It’s hard to understand why this is considered a smart practice, when they’re only talking about what everyone else in America is, too. I mentioned on Thursday that the league was fining its workforce, and when it happened, the players spoke up about it. espnW’s Mechelle Voepel wonders: Can WNBA players actually count on their league?

Free Food

Coffee Break: If you know me, you know that Vans shoes are a large part of my life. I pretty much wear them all the time. I also happen to love baseball the most. So, this pair of Los Angeles Dodgers high tops is pretty phenomenal. I need a Nationals pair.

Snack Time: Read this story about Washington Redskins cornerback Josh Norman. No, New York Giants wide receiver Odell Beckham did not make him famous. Just ask anyone who’s from where Norman is from.

Dessert: Kevin Durant, we still need answers. For the children. Since, you know, Wu-Tang and all.

The Last Supper

Like you’ve never seen it before

11:00 AMI tried to tell you all, you need to understand how tremendous this new Gucci Mane project is. Everybody Looking is what it’s called. And if you’ve got plans to build an empire today, it’s a good soundtrack for that.

Donald Trump is going to save us all. At least, if you let him tell it, that’s what will happen. If you watched the Republican National Convention Thursday night, you got 75 minutes of his plan to overhaul the United States’ trade, immigration and law enforcement policies. In addition, his line of “Americanism, not globalism” was a big hit with the Cleveland crowd. His daughter, Ivanka, introduced him, and she had the wind in the hair, Beyonce style, which was a nice touch. If you want to feel safe, vote for Trump. At least, that’s what his campaign is preaching these days.

In a somewhat bizarre media twist, Fox News’ chairman was ousted on Thursday. The very network that gave rise to the likes of the man holding the Republican presidential nomination is crumbling at the top while its progeny is excelling. Alas, such is life. As importantly, and unshockingly, what brought Roger Ailes down was his inability to be decent around women. Specifically, you can thank Gretchen Carlson for that. She sued him for ruining her career after she denied his advances. It worked. ABC News’ Paul Blake has the story.

Bun B is an American treasure. The man who started the rap group UGK with the late, great Pimp C has had one of the best post-prime rap careers of all time. My man is basically the godfather at this point. He’s taught university classes all the while still dropping a track or two that will have your trunk going hammer. This was all after his beyond illustrious career wrecking mics as a full-time job. Anyway, he’s been in Cleveland all week, filing for VICE. When I got word that he was actually on the floor of the convention, I was elated. Here’s his latest dispatch.

It’s hard to understand what the WNBA is trying to achieve. Its players are playing for a fraction of the money they could make overseas, people love them and when they speak up, the league fines them. It’s hard to understand why this is considered a smart practice, when they’re only talking about what everyone else in America is, too. I mentioned on Thursday that the league was fining its workforce, and when it happened, the players spoke up about it. espnW’s Mechelle Voepel wonders: Can WNBA players actually count on their league?

Free Food

Coffee Break: If you know me, you know that Vans shoes are a large part of my life. I pretty much wear them all the time. I also happen to love baseball the most. So, this pair of Los Angeles Dodgers high tops is pretty phenomenal. I need a Nationals pair.

Snack Time: Read this story about Washington Redskins cornerback Josh Norman. No, New York Giants wide receiver Odell Beckham did not make him famous. Just ask anyone who’s from where Norman is from.

Dessert: Kevin Durant, we still need answers. For the children. Since, you know, Wu-Tang and all.

Nike ad celebrates Indian female athletes

It’s the best commercial the company has made in years

11:00 AMI tried to tell you all, you need to understand how tremendous this new Gucci Mane project is. Everybody Looking is what it’s called. And if you’ve got plans to build an empire today, it’s a good soundtrack for that.

Donald Trump is going to save us all. At least, if you let him tell it, that’s what will happen. If you watched the Republican National Convention Thursday night, you got 75 minutes of his plan to overhaul the United States’ trade, immigration and law enforcement policies. In addition, his line of “Americanism, not globalism” was a big hit with the Cleveland crowd. His daughter, Ivanka, introduced him, and she had the wind in the hair, Beyonce style, which was a nice touch. If you want to feel safe, vote for Trump. At least, that’s what his campaign is preaching these days.

In a somewhat bizarre media twist, Fox News’ chairman was ousted on Thursday. The very network that gave rise to the likes of the man holding the Republican presidential nomination is crumbling at the top while its progeny is excelling. Alas, such is life. As importantly, and unshockingly, what brought Roger Ailes down was his inability to be decent around women. Specifically, you can thank Gretchen Carlson for that. She sued him for ruining her career after she denied his advances. It worked. ABC News’ Paul Blake has the story.

Bun B is an American treasure. The man who started the rap group UGK with the late, great Pimp C has had one of the best post-prime rap careers of all time. My man is basically the godfather at this point. He’s taught university classes all the while still dropping a track or two that will have your trunk going hammer. This was all after his beyond illustrious career wrecking mics as a full-time job. Anyway, he’s been in Cleveland all week, filing for VICE. When I got word that he was actually on the floor of the convention, I was elated. Here’s his latest dispatch.

It’s hard to understand what the WNBA is trying to achieve. Its players are playing for a fraction of the money they could make overseas, people love them and when they speak up, the league fines them. It’s hard to understand why this is considered a smart practice, when they’re only talking about what everyone else in America is, too. I mentioned on Thursday that the league was fining its workforce, and when it happened, the players spoke up about it. espnW’s Mechelle Voepel wonders: Can WNBA players actually count on their league?

Free Food

Coffee Break: If you know me, you know that Vans shoes are a large part of my life. I pretty much wear them all the time. I also happen to love baseball the most. So, this pair of Los Angeles Dodgers high tops is pretty phenomenal. I need a Nationals pair.

Snack Time: Read this story about Washington Redskins cornerback Josh Norman. No, New York Giants wide receiver Odell Beckham did not make him famous. Just ask anyone who’s from where Norman is from.

Dessert: Kevin Durant, we still need answers. For the children. Since, you know, Wu-Tang and all.

Charles Kinsey is the latest black man shot by police

Apparently for reasons that even the officer who did it doesn’t know

11:00 AMI tried to tell you all, you need to understand how tremendous this new Gucci Mane project is. Everybody Looking is what it’s called. And if you’ve got plans to build an empire today, it’s a good soundtrack for that.

Donald Trump is going to save us all. At least, if you let him tell it, that’s what will happen. If you watched the Republican National Convention Thursday night, you got 75 minutes of his plan to overhaul the United States’ trade, immigration and law enforcement policies. In addition, his line of “Americanism, not globalism” was a big hit with the Cleveland crowd. His daughter, Ivanka, introduced him, and she had the wind in the hair, Beyonce style, which was a nice touch. If you want to feel safe, vote for Trump. At least, that’s what his campaign is preaching these days.

In a somewhat bizarre media twist, Fox News’ chairman was ousted on Thursday. The very network that gave rise to the likes of the man holding the Republican presidential nomination is crumbling at the top while its progeny is excelling. Alas, such is life. As importantly, and unshockingly, what brought Roger Ailes down was his inability to be decent around women. Specifically, you can thank Gretchen Carlson for that. She sued him for ruining her career after she denied his advances. It worked. ABC News’ Paul Blake has the story.

Bun B is an American treasure. The man who started the rap group UGK with the late, great Pimp C has had one of the best post-prime rap careers of all time. My man is basically the godfather at this point. He’s taught university classes all the while still dropping a track or two that will have your trunk going hammer. This was all after his beyond illustrious career wrecking mics as a full-time job. Anyway, he’s been in Cleveland all week, filing for VICE. When I got word that he was actually on the floor of the convention, I was elated. Here’s his latest dispatch.

It’s hard to understand what the WNBA is trying to achieve. Its players are playing for a fraction of the money they could make overseas, people love them and when they speak up, the league fines them. It’s hard to understand why this is considered a smart practice, when they’re only talking about what everyone else in America is, too. I mentioned on Thursday that the league was fining its workforce, and when it happened, the players spoke up about it. espnW’s Mechelle Voepel wonders: Can WNBA players actually count on their league?

Free Food

Coffee Break: If you know me, you know that Vans shoes are a large part of my life. I pretty much wear them all the time. I also happen to love baseball the most. So, this pair of Los Angeles Dodgers high tops is pretty phenomenal. I need a Nationals pair.

Snack Time: Read this story about Washington Redskins cornerback Josh Norman. No, New York Giants wide receiver Odell Beckham did not make him famous. Just ask anyone who’s from where Norman is from.

Dessert: Kevin Durant, we still need answers. For the children. Since, you know, Wu-Tang and all.

Daily Dose: 7/21/16

Get ready for a deluge of pop culture

11:00 AMI tried to tell you all, you need to understand how tremendous this new Gucci Mane project is. Everybody Looking is what it’s called. And if you’ve got plans to build an empire today, it’s a good soundtrack for that.

Donald Trump is going to save us all. At least, if you let him tell it, that’s what will happen. If you watched the Republican National Convention Thursday night, you got 75 minutes of his plan to overhaul the United States’ trade, immigration and law enforcement policies. In addition, his line of “Americanism, not globalism” was a big hit with the Cleveland crowd. His daughter, Ivanka, introduced him, and she had the wind in the hair, Beyonce style, which was a nice touch. If you want to feel safe, vote for Trump. At least, that’s what his campaign is preaching these days.

In a somewhat bizarre media twist, Fox News’ chairman was ousted on Thursday. The very network that gave rise to the likes of the man holding the Republican presidential nomination is crumbling at the top while its progeny is excelling. Alas, such is life. As importantly, and unshockingly, what brought Roger Ailes down was his inability to be decent around women. Specifically, you can thank Gretchen Carlson for that. She sued him for ruining her career after she denied his advances. It worked. ABC News’ Paul Blake has the story.

Bun B is an American treasure. The man who started the rap group UGK with the late, great Pimp C has had one of the best post-prime rap careers of all time. My man is basically the godfather at this point. He’s taught university classes all the while still dropping a track or two that will have your trunk going hammer. This was all after his beyond illustrious career wrecking mics as a full-time job. Anyway, he’s been in Cleveland all week, filing for VICE. When I got word that he was actually on the floor of the convention, I was elated. Here’s his latest dispatch.

It’s hard to understand what the WNBA is trying to achieve. Its players are playing for a fraction of the money they could make overseas, people love them and when they speak up, the league fines them. It’s hard to understand why this is considered a smart practice, when they’re only talking about what everyone else in America is, too. I mentioned on Thursday that the league was fining its workforce, and when it happened, the players spoke up about it. espnW’s Mechelle Voepel wonders: Can WNBA players actually count on their league?

Free Food

Coffee Break: If you know me, you know that Vans shoes are a large part of my life. I pretty much wear them all the time. I also happen to love baseball the most. So, this pair of Los Angeles Dodgers high tops is pretty phenomenal. I need a Nationals pair.

Snack Time: Read this story about Washington Redskins cornerback Josh Norman. No, New York Giants wide receiver Odell Beckham did not make him famous. Just ask anyone who’s from where Norman is from.

Dessert: Kevin Durant, we still need answers. For the children. Since, you know, Wu-Tang and all.

Are we actually ready for the new Gucci?

Guwop 2.0 is highlighted in a New York Times feature

11:00 AMI tried to tell you all, you need to understand how tremendous this new Gucci Mane project is. Everybody Looking is what it’s called. And if you’ve got plans to build an empire today, it’s a good soundtrack for that.

Donald Trump is going to save us all. At least, if you let him tell it, that’s what will happen. If you watched the Republican National Convention Thursday night, you got 75 minutes of his plan to overhaul the United States’ trade, immigration and law enforcement policies. In addition, his line of “Americanism, not globalism” was a big hit with the Cleveland crowd. His daughter, Ivanka, introduced him, and she had the wind in the hair, Beyonce style, which was a nice touch. If you want to feel safe, vote for Trump. At least, that’s what his campaign is preaching these days.

In a somewhat bizarre media twist, Fox News’ chairman was ousted on Thursday. The very network that gave rise to the likes of the man holding the Republican presidential nomination is crumbling at the top while its progeny is excelling. Alas, such is life. As importantly, and unshockingly, what brought Roger Ailes down was his inability to be decent around women. Specifically, you can thank Gretchen Carlson for that. She sued him for ruining her career after she denied his advances. It worked. ABC News’ Paul Blake has the story.

Bun B is an American treasure. The man who started the rap group UGK with the late, great Pimp C has had one of the best post-prime rap careers of all time. My man is basically the godfather at this point. He’s taught university classes all the while still dropping a track or two that will have your trunk going hammer. This was all after his beyond illustrious career wrecking mics as a full-time job. Anyway, he’s been in Cleveland all week, filing for VICE. When I got word that he was actually on the floor of the convention, I was elated. Here’s his latest dispatch.

It’s hard to understand what the WNBA is trying to achieve. Its players are playing for a fraction of the money they could make overseas, people love them and when they speak up, the league fines them. It’s hard to understand why this is considered a smart practice, when they’re only talking about what everyone else in America is, too. I mentioned on Thursday that the league was fining its workforce, and when it happened, the players spoke up about it. espnW’s Mechelle Voepel wonders: Can WNBA players actually count on their league?

Free Food

Coffee Break: If you know me, you know that Vans shoes are a large part of my life. I pretty much wear them all the time. I also happen to love baseball the most. So, this pair of Los Angeles Dodgers high tops is pretty phenomenal. I need a Nationals pair.

Snack Time: Read this story about Washington Redskins cornerback Josh Norman. No, New York Giants wide receiver Odell Beckham did not make him famous. Just ask anyone who’s from where Norman is from.

Dessert: Kevin Durant, we still need answers. For the children. Since, you know, Wu-Tang and all.

Yale dishwasher gets his job back

after breaking a stained-glass window at a campus residence

11:00 AMI tried to tell you all, you need to understand how tremendous this new Gucci Mane project is. Everybody Looking is what it’s called. And if you’ve got plans to build an empire today, it’s a good soundtrack for that.

Donald Trump is going to save us all. At least, if you let him tell it, that’s what will happen. If you watched the Republican National Convention Thursday night, you got 75 minutes of his plan to overhaul the United States’ trade, immigration and law enforcement policies. In addition, his line of “Americanism, not globalism” was a big hit with the Cleveland crowd. His daughter, Ivanka, introduced him, and she had the wind in the hair, Beyonce style, which was a nice touch. If you want to feel safe, vote for Trump. At least, that’s what his campaign is preaching these days.

In a somewhat bizarre media twist, Fox News’ chairman was ousted on Thursday. The very network that gave rise to the likes of the man holding the Republican presidential nomination is crumbling at the top while its progeny is excelling. Alas, such is life. As importantly, and unshockingly, what brought Roger Ailes down was his inability to be decent around women. Specifically, you can thank Gretchen Carlson for that. She sued him for ruining her career after she denied his advances. It worked. ABC News’ Paul Blake has the story.

Bun B is an American treasure. The man who started the rap group UGK with the late, great Pimp C has had one of the best post-prime rap careers of all time. My man is basically the godfather at this point. He’s taught university classes all the while still dropping a track or two that will have your trunk going hammer. This was all after his beyond illustrious career wrecking mics as a full-time job. Anyway, he’s been in Cleveland all week, filing for VICE. When I got word that he was actually on the floor of the convention, I was elated. Here’s his latest dispatch.

It’s hard to understand what the WNBA is trying to achieve. Its players are playing for a fraction of the money they could make overseas, people love them and when they speak up, the league fines them. It’s hard to understand why this is considered a smart practice, when they’re only talking about what everyone else in America is, too. I mentioned on Thursday that the league was fining its workforce, and when it happened, the players spoke up about it. espnW’s Mechelle Voepel wonders: Can WNBA players actually count on their league?

Free Food

Coffee Break: If you know me, you know that Vans shoes are a large part of my life. I pretty much wear them all the time. I also happen to love baseball the most. So, this pair of Los Angeles Dodgers high tops is pretty phenomenal. I need a Nationals pair.

Snack Time: Read this story about Washington Redskins cornerback Josh Norman. No, New York Giants wide receiver Odell Beckham did not make him famous. Just ask anyone who’s from where Norman is from.

Dessert: Kevin Durant, we still need answers. For the children. Since, you know, Wu-Tang and all.

Daily Dose: 7/20/16

Rio will be a redemptive tournament for Paul George

11:00 AMI tried to tell you all, you need to understand how tremendous this new Gucci Mane project is. Everybody Looking is what it’s called. And if you’ve got plans to build an empire today, it’s a good soundtrack for that.

Donald Trump is going to save us all. At least, if you let him tell it, that’s what will happen. If you watched the Republican National Convention Thursday night, you got 75 minutes of his plan to overhaul the United States’ trade, immigration and law enforcement policies. In addition, his line of “Americanism, not globalism” was a big hit with the Cleveland crowd. His daughter, Ivanka, introduced him, and she had the wind in the hair, Beyonce style, which was a nice touch. If you want to feel safe, vote for Trump. At least, that’s what his campaign is preaching these days.

In a somewhat bizarre media twist, Fox News’ chairman was ousted on Thursday. The very network that gave rise to the likes of the man holding the Republican presidential nomination is crumbling at the top while its progeny is excelling. Alas, such is life. As importantly, and unshockingly, what brought Roger Ailes down was his inability to be decent around women. Specifically, you can thank Gretchen Carlson for that. She sued him for ruining her career after she denied his advances. It worked. ABC News’ Paul Blake has the story.

Bun B is an American treasure. The man who started the rap group UGK with the late, great Pimp C has had one of the best post-prime rap careers of all time. My man is basically the godfather at this point. He’s taught university classes all the while still dropping a track or two that will have your trunk going hammer. This was all after his beyond illustrious career wrecking mics as a full-time job. Anyway, he’s been in Cleveland all week, filing for VICE. When I got word that he was actually on the floor of the convention, I was elated. Here’s his latest dispatch.

It’s hard to understand what the WNBA is trying to achieve. Its players are playing for a fraction of the money they could make overseas, people love them and when they speak up, the league fines them. It’s hard to understand why this is considered a smart practice, when they’re only talking about what everyone else in America is, too. I mentioned on Thursday that the league was fining its workforce, and when it happened, the players spoke up about it. espnW’s Mechelle Voepel wonders: Can WNBA players actually count on their league?

Free Food

Coffee Break: If you know me, you know that Vans shoes are a large part of my life. I pretty much wear them all the time. I also happen to love baseball the most. So, this pair of Los Angeles Dodgers high tops is pretty phenomenal. I need a Nationals pair.

Snack Time: Read this story about Washington Redskins cornerback Josh Norman. No, New York Giants wide receiver Odell Beckham did not make him famous. Just ask anyone who’s from where Norman is from.

Dessert: Kevin Durant, we still need answers. For the children. Since, you know, Wu-Tang and all.

All Day Podcast: 7/19/16

Senior writer Domonique Foxworth joins the crew this week

11:00 AMI tried to tell you all, you need to understand how tremendous this new Gucci Mane project is. Everybody Looking is what it’s called. And if you’ve got plans to build an empire today, it’s a good soundtrack for that.

Donald Trump is going to save us all. At least, if you let him tell it, that’s what will happen. If you watched the Republican National Convention Thursday night, you got 75 minutes of his plan to overhaul the United States’ trade, immigration and law enforcement policies. In addition, his line of “Americanism, not globalism” was a big hit with the Cleveland crowd. His daughter, Ivanka, introduced him, and she had the wind in the hair, Beyonce style, which was a nice touch. If you want to feel safe, vote for Trump. At least, that’s what his campaign is preaching these days.

In a somewhat bizarre media twist, Fox News’ chairman was ousted on Thursday. The very network that gave rise to the likes of the man holding the Republican presidential nomination is crumbling at the top while its progeny is excelling. Alas, such is life. As importantly, and unshockingly, what brought Roger Ailes down was his inability to be decent around women. Specifically, you can thank Gretchen Carlson for that. She sued him for ruining her career after she denied his advances. It worked. ABC News’ Paul Blake has the story.

Bun B is an American treasure. The man who started the rap group UGK with the late, great Pimp C has had one of the best post-prime rap careers of all time. My man is basically the godfather at this point. He’s taught university classes all the while still dropping a track or two that will have your trunk going hammer. This was all after his beyond illustrious career wrecking mics as a full-time job. Anyway, he’s been in Cleveland all week, filing for VICE. When I got word that he was actually on the floor of the convention, I was elated. Here’s his latest dispatch.

It’s hard to understand what the WNBA is trying to achieve. Its players are playing for a fraction of the money they could make overseas, people love them and when they speak up, the league fines them. It’s hard to understand why this is considered a smart practice, when they’re only talking about what everyone else in America is, too. I mentioned on Thursday that the league was fining its workforce, and when it happened, the players spoke up about it. espnW’s Mechelle Voepel wonders: Can WNBA players actually count on their league?

Free Food

Coffee Break: If you know me, you know that Vans shoes are a large part of my life. I pretty much wear them all the time. I also happen to love baseball the most. So, this pair of Los Angeles Dodgers high tops is pretty phenomenal. I need a Nationals pair.

Snack Time: Read this story about Washington Redskins cornerback Josh Norman. No, New York Giants wide receiver Odell Beckham did not make him famous. Just ask anyone who’s from where Norman is from.

Dessert: Kevin Durant, we still need answers. For the children. Since, you know, Wu-Tang and all.

Leslie Jones’ week is off to a bad start

Because jerks won’t stay out of her mentions

11:00 AMI tried to tell you all, you need to understand how tremendous this new Gucci Mane project is. Everybody Looking is what it’s called. And if you’ve got plans to build an empire today, it’s a good soundtrack for that.

Donald Trump is going to save us all. At least, if you let him tell it, that’s what will happen. If you watched the Republican National Convention Thursday night, you got 75 minutes of his plan to overhaul the United States’ trade, immigration and law enforcement policies. In addition, his line of “Americanism, not globalism” was a big hit with the Cleveland crowd. His daughter, Ivanka, introduced him, and she had the wind in the hair, Beyonce style, which was a nice touch. If you want to feel safe, vote for Trump. At least, that’s what his campaign is preaching these days.

In a somewhat bizarre media twist, Fox News’ chairman was ousted on Thursday. The very network that gave rise to the likes of the man holding the Republican presidential nomination is crumbling at the top while its progeny is excelling. Alas, such is life. As importantly, and unshockingly, what brought Roger Ailes down was his inability to be decent around women. Specifically, you can thank Gretchen Carlson for that. She sued him for ruining her career after she denied his advances. It worked. ABC News’ Paul Blake has the story.

Bun B is an American treasure. The man who started the rap group UGK with the late, great Pimp C has had one of the best post-prime rap careers of all time. My man is basically the godfather at this point. He’s taught university classes all the while still dropping a track or two that will have your trunk going hammer. This was all after his beyond illustrious career wrecking mics as a full-time job. Anyway, he’s been in Cleveland all week, filing for VICE. When I got word that he was actually on the floor of the convention, I was elated. Here’s his latest dispatch.

It’s hard to understand what the WNBA is trying to achieve. Its players are playing for a fraction of the money they could make overseas, people love them and when they speak up, the league fines them. It’s hard to understand why this is considered a smart practice, when they’re only talking about what everyone else in America is, too. I mentioned on Thursday that the league was fining its workforce, and when it happened, the players spoke up about it. espnW’s Mechelle Voepel wonders: Can WNBA players actually count on their league?

Free Food

Coffee Break: If you know me, you know that Vans shoes are a large part of my life. I pretty much wear them all the time. I also happen to love baseball the most. So, this pair of Los Angeles Dodgers high tops is pretty phenomenal. I need a Nationals pair.

Snack Time: Read this story about Washington Redskins cornerback Josh Norman. No, New York Giants wide receiver Odell Beckham did not make him famous. Just ask anyone who’s from where Norman is from.

Dessert: Kevin Durant, we still need answers. For the children. Since, you know, Wu-Tang and all.

Daily Dose: 7/19/16

Just one day in, the Republican National Convention is a doozy

11:00 AMI tried to tell you all, you need to understand how tremendous this new Gucci Mane project is. Everybody Looking is what it’s called. And if you’ve got plans to build an empire today, it’s a good soundtrack for that.

Donald Trump is going to save us all. At least, if you let him tell it, that’s what will happen. If you watched the Republican National Convention Thursday night, you got 75 minutes of his plan to overhaul the United States’ trade, immigration and law enforcement policies. In addition, his line of “Americanism, not globalism” was a big hit with the Cleveland crowd. His daughter, Ivanka, introduced him, and she had the wind in the hair, Beyonce style, which was a nice touch. If you want to feel safe, vote for Trump. At least, that’s what his campaign is preaching these days.

In a somewhat bizarre media twist, Fox News’ chairman was ousted on Thursday. The very network that gave rise to the likes of the man holding the Republican presidential nomination is crumbling at the top while its progeny is excelling. Alas, such is life. As importantly, and unshockingly, what brought Roger Ailes down was his inability to be decent around women. Specifically, you can thank Gretchen Carlson for that. She sued him for ruining her career after she denied his advances. It worked. ABC News’ Paul Blake has the story.

Bun B is an American treasure. The man who started the rap group UGK with the late, great Pimp C has had one of the best post-prime rap careers of all time. My man is basically the godfather at this point. He’s taught university classes all the while still dropping a track or two that will have your trunk going hammer. This was all after his beyond illustrious career wrecking mics as a full-time job. Anyway, he’s been in Cleveland all week, filing for VICE. When I got word that he was actually on the floor of the convention, I was elated. Here’s his latest dispatch.

It’s hard to understand what the WNBA is trying to achieve. Its players are playing for a fraction of the money they could make overseas, people love them and when they speak up, the league fines them. It’s hard to understand why this is considered a smart practice, when they’re only talking about what everyone else in America is, too. I mentioned on Thursday that the league was fining its workforce, and when it happened, the players spoke up about it. espnW’s Mechelle Voepel wonders: Can WNBA players actually count on their league?

Free Food

Coffee Break: If you know me, you know that Vans shoes are a large part of my life. I pretty much wear them all the time. I also happen to love baseball the most. So, this pair of Los Angeles Dodgers high tops is pretty phenomenal. I need a Nationals pair.

Snack Time: Read this story about Washington Redskins cornerback Josh Norman. No, New York Giants wide receiver Odell Beckham did not make him famous. Just ask anyone who’s from where Norman is from.

Dessert: Kevin Durant, we still need answers. For the children. Since, you know, Wu-Tang and all.

Fourth officer acquitted

in the case of Freddie Gray’s death in Baltimore

11:00 AMI tried to tell you all, you need to understand how tremendous this new Gucci Mane project is. Everybody Looking is what it’s called. And if you’ve got plans to build an empire today, it’s a good soundtrack for that.

Donald Trump is going to save us all. At least, if you let him tell it, that’s what will happen. If you watched the Republican National Convention Thursday night, you got 75 minutes of his plan to overhaul the United States’ trade, immigration and law enforcement policies. In addition, his line of “Americanism, not globalism” was a big hit with the Cleveland crowd. His daughter, Ivanka, introduced him, and she had the wind in the hair, Beyonce style, which was a nice touch. If you want to feel safe, vote for Trump. At least, that’s what his campaign is preaching these days.

In a somewhat bizarre media twist, Fox News’ chairman was ousted on Thursday. The very network that gave rise to the likes of the man holding the Republican presidential nomination is crumbling at the top while its progeny is excelling. Alas, such is life. As importantly, and unshockingly, what brought Roger Ailes down was his inability to be decent around women. Specifically, you can thank Gretchen Carlson for that. She sued him for ruining her career after she denied his advances. It worked. ABC News’ Paul Blake has the story.

Bun B is an American treasure. The man who started the rap group UGK with the late, great Pimp C has had one of the best post-prime rap careers of all time. My man is basically the godfather at this point. He’s taught university classes all the while still dropping a track or two that will have your trunk going hammer. This was all after his beyond illustrious career wrecking mics as a full-time job. Anyway, he’s been in Cleveland all week, filing for VICE. When I got word that he was actually on the floor of the convention, I was elated. Here’s his latest dispatch.

It’s hard to understand what the WNBA is trying to achieve. Its players are playing for a fraction of the money they could make overseas, people love them and when they speak up, the league fines them. It’s hard to understand why this is considered a smart practice, when they’re only talking about what everyone else in America is, too. I mentioned on Thursday that the league was fining its workforce, and when it happened, the players spoke up about it. espnW’s Mechelle Voepel wonders: Can WNBA players actually count on their league?

Free Food

Coffee Break: If you know me, you know that Vans shoes are a large part of my life. I pretty much wear them all the time. I also happen to love baseball the most. So, this pair of Los Angeles Dodgers high tops is pretty phenomenal. I need a Nationals pair.

Snack Time: Read this story about Washington Redskins cornerback Josh Norman. No, New York Giants wide receiver Odell Beckham did not make him famous. Just ask anyone who’s from where Norman is from.

Dessert: Kevin Durant, we still need answers. For the children. Since, you know, Wu-Tang and all.

Daily Dose: 7/18/16

It’s going down in Cleveland

11:00 AMI tried to tell you all, you need to understand how tremendous this new Gucci Mane project is. Everybody Looking is what it’s called. And if you’ve got plans to build an empire today, it’s a good soundtrack for that.

Donald Trump is going to save us all. At least, if you let him tell it, that’s what will happen. If you watched the Republican National Convention Thursday night, you got 75 minutes of his plan to overhaul the United States’ trade, immigration and law enforcement policies. In addition, his line of “Americanism, not globalism” was a big hit with the Cleveland crowd. His daughter, Ivanka, introduced him, and she had the wind in the hair, Beyonce style, which was a nice touch. If you want to feel safe, vote for Trump. At least, that’s what his campaign is preaching these days.

In a somewhat bizarre media twist, Fox News’ chairman was ousted on Thursday. The very network that gave rise to the likes of the man holding the Republican presidential nomination is crumbling at the top while its progeny is excelling. Alas, such is life. As importantly, and unshockingly, what brought Roger Ailes down was his inability to be decent around women. Specifically, you can thank Gretchen Carlson for that. She sued him for ruining her career after she denied his advances. It worked. ABC News’ Paul Blake has the story.

Bun B is an American treasure. The man who started the rap group UGK with the late, great Pimp C has had one of the best post-prime rap careers of all time. My man is basically the godfather at this point. He’s taught university classes all the while still dropping a track or two that will have your trunk going hammer. This was all after his beyond illustrious career wrecking mics as a full-time job. Anyway, he’s been in Cleveland all week, filing for VICE. When I got word that he was actually on the floor of the convention, I was elated. Here’s his latest dispatch.

It’s hard to understand what the WNBA is trying to achieve. Its players are playing for a fraction of the money they could make overseas, people love them and when they speak up, the league fines them. It’s hard to understand why this is considered a smart practice, when they’re only talking about what everyone else in America is, too. I mentioned on Thursday that the league was fining its workforce, and when it happened, the players spoke up about it. espnW’s Mechelle Voepel wonders: Can WNBA players actually count on their league?

Free Food

Coffee Break: If you know me, you know that Vans shoes are a large part of my life. I pretty much wear them all the time. I also happen to love baseball the most. So, this pair of Los Angeles Dodgers high tops is pretty phenomenal. I need a Nationals pair.

Snack Time: Read this story about Washington Redskins cornerback Josh Norman. No, New York Giants wide receiver Odell Beckham did not make him famous. Just ask anyone who’s from where Norman is from.

Dessert: Kevin Durant, we still need answers. For the children. Since, you know, Wu-Tang and all.

Getting caught

isn’t that bad if you’re doing it with someone you care about

11:00 AMI tried to tell you all, you need to understand how tremendous this new Gucci Mane project is. Everybody Looking is what it’s called. And if you’ve got plans to build an empire today, it’s a good soundtrack for that.

Donald Trump is going to save us all. At least, if you let him tell it, that’s what will happen. If you watched the Republican National Convention Thursday night, you got 75 minutes of his plan to overhaul the United States’ trade, immigration and law enforcement policies. In addition, his line of “Americanism, not globalism” was a big hit with the Cleveland crowd. His daughter, Ivanka, introduced him, and she had the wind in the hair, Beyonce style, which was a nice touch. If you want to feel safe, vote for Trump. At least, that’s what his campaign is preaching these days.

In a somewhat bizarre media twist, Fox News’ chairman was ousted on Thursday. The very network that gave rise to the likes of the man holding the Republican presidential nomination is crumbling at the top while its progeny is excelling. Alas, such is life. As importantly, and unshockingly, what brought Roger Ailes down was his inability to be decent around women. Specifically, you can thank Gretchen Carlson for that. She sued him for ruining her career after she denied his advances. It worked. ABC News’ Paul Blake has the story.

Bun B is an American treasure. The man who started the rap group UGK with the late, great Pimp C has had one of the best post-prime rap careers of all time. My man is basically the godfather at this point. He’s taught university classes all the while still dropping a track or two that will have your trunk going hammer. This was all after his beyond illustrious career wrecking mics as a full-time job. Anyway, he’s been in Cleveland all week, filing for VICE. When I got word that he was actually on the floor of the convention, I was elated. Here’s his latest dispatch.

It’s hard to understand what the WNBA is trying to achieve. Its players are playing for a fraction of the money they could make overseas, people love them and when they speak up, the league fines them. It’s hard to understand why this is considered a smart practice, when they’re only talking about what everyone else in America is, too. I mentioned on Thursday that the league was fining its workforce, and when it happened, the players spoke up about it. espnW’s Mechelle Voepel wonders: Can WNBA players actually count on their league?

Free Food

Coffee Break: If you know me, you know that Vans shoes are a large part of my life. I pretty much wear them all the time. I also happen to love baseball the most. So, this pair of Los Angeles Dodgers high tops is pretty phenomenal. I need a Nationals pair.

Snack Time: Read this story about Washington Redskins cornerback Josh Norman. No, New York Giants wide receiver Odell Beckham did not make him famous. Just ask anyone who’s from where Norman is from.

Dessert: Kevin Durant, we still need answers. For the children. Since, you know, Wu-Tang and all.