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Daily Dose: 8/1/16

Miss Teen USA’s racist past won’t hurt her future

10:20 AMLast weekend was the last weekend until February that we’ll have without football. Just thought I’d put that out there for you to marinate on.

If you haven’t noticed, Donald Trump is involved in yet another row. The Republican presidential nominee is in a word fight with the parents of a Muslim soldier who was killed during combat in Iraq in 2004. What started off as moving speech at the Democratic National Convention from Khizr Khan has turned into a mind-boggling back and forth that has everyone in the GOP scrambling to not completely denigrate a Gold Star family. ABC News’ Brian McBride breaks down how this story has unraveled so quickly.

Beauty pageants are sort of an archaic concept, but they still have quite a bit of traction in many places. Girls are held to strange standards as they represent whichever sash and/or crown they’ve been given, so things from people’s past start bubbling up and creating controversy. But in the case of Karlie Hay, who won Miss Teen USA on Saturday, a few N-words on her Twitter feed won’t be putting her title in jeopardy. She did apologize for it, but it seems like maybe that’s not quite enough. ABC’s Joi-Marie McKenzie reports.

Worried about Zika? Florida might not be the place for you. The virus that’s been causing rampant fears all over Brazil due to the Olympics has now spread to the sunshine state, which is mildly terrifying. Particularly if you’re a woman trying to have a baby. However, there are some people who will tell you it’s not a big deal, but there’s no getting around the fact that some babies have been born with microcephaly as a result of the virus. FiveThirtyEight’s Maggie Koerth-Baker answers five enduring questions about Zika.

It’s been a rough summer for Draymond Green. First, his team lost in the NBA Finals after he decided that hitting LeBron James in the man region was a smart idea, and got himself suspended for a game, which proved to be the turning point of the series. Then, he got into a fight in his old college town, which is just a bad look. Now, in a situation that’s come full circle, he accidentally posted a picture of his own junk to Snapchat. Awkward. ESPN’s Calvin Watkins has the story.

Free Food

Coffee Break: Frank Ocean either seriously likes messing with people’s emotions or has a real issue with completing tasks. This morning, he released a live stream of something, that most people presumed might actually be music, but alas, it wasn’t. Why would it be?

Snack Time: All I’m hoping for at this point is that something catastrophic doesn’t happen during Rio. But already, a sailing venue has collapsed and athletes are getting robbed. Yikes.

Dessert: Here’s some good news. New music from Earl Sweatshirt.

Board on Saturday

Let’s go skating in Cuba

Because that’s not a thing a lot of people get to do

10:20 AMLast weekend was the last weekend until February that we’ll have without football. Just thought I’d put that out there for you to marinate on.

If you haven’t noticed, Donald Trump is involved in yet another row. The Republican presidential nominee is in a word fight with the parents of a Muslim soldier who was killed during combat in Iraq in 2004. What started off as moving speech at the Democratic National Convention from Khizr Khan has turned into a mind-boggling back and forth that has everyone in the GOP scrambling to not completely denigrate a Gold Star family. ABC News’ Brian McBride breaks down how this story has unraveled so quickly.

Beauty pageants are sort of an archaic concept, but they still have quite a bit of traction in many places. Girls are held to strange standards as they represent whichever sash and/or crown they’ve been given, so things from people’s past start bubbling up and creating controversy. But in the case of Karlie Hay, who won Miss Teen USA on Saturday, a few N-words on her Twitter feed won’t be putting her title in jeopardy. She did apologize for it, but it seems like maybe that’s not quite enough. ABC’s Joi-Marie McKenzie reports.

Worried about Zika? Florida might not be the place for you. The virus that’s been causing rampant fears all over Brazil due to the Olympics has now spread to the sunshine state, which is mildly terrifying. Particularly if you’re a woman trying to have a baby. However, there are some people who will tell you it’s not a big deal, but there’s no getting around the fact that some babies have been born with microcephaly as a result of the virus. FiveThirtyEight’s Maggie Koerth-Baker answers five enduring questions about Zika.

It’s been a rough summer for Draymond Green. First, his team lost in the NBA Finals after he decided that hitting LeBron James in the man region was a smart idea, and got himself suspended for a game, which proved to be the turning point of the series. Then, he got into a fight in his old college town, which is just a bad look. Now, in a situation that’s come full circle, he accidentally posted a picture of his own junk to Snapchat. Awkward. ESPN’s Calvin Watkins has the story.

Free Food

Coffee Break: Frank Ocean either seriously likes messing with people’s emotions or has a real issue with completing tasks. This morning, he released a live stream of something, that most people presumed might actually be music, but alas, it wasn’t. Why would it be?

Snack Time: All I’m hoping for at this point is that something catastrophic doesn’t happen during Rio. But already, a sailing venue has collapsed and athletes are getting robbed. Yikes.

Dessert: Here’s some good news. New music from Earl Sweatshirt.

‘Major Key’: An emoji review

DJ Khaled’s new album is 🔥🔥🔥

10:20 AMLast weekend was the last weekend until February that we’ll have without football. Just thought I’d put that out there for you to marinate on.

If you haven’t noticed, Donald Trump is involved in yet another row. The Republican presidential nominee is in a word fight with the parents of a Muslim soldier who was killed during combat in Iraq in 2004. What started off as moving speech at the Democratic National Convention from Khizr Khan has turned into a mind-boggling back and forth that has everyone in the GOP scrambling to not completely denigrate a Gold Star family. ABC News’ Brian McBride breaks down how this story has unraveled so quickly.

Beauty pageants are sort of an archaic concept, but they still have quite a bit of traction in many places. Girls are held to strange standards as they represent whichever sash and/or crown they’ve been given, so things from people’s past start bubbling up and creating controversy. But in the case of Karlie Hay, who won Miss Teen USA on Saturday, a few N-words on her Twitter feed won’t be putting her title in jeopardy. She did apologize for it, but it seems like maybe that’s not quite enough. ABC’s Joi-Marie McKenzie reports.

Worried about Zika? Florida might not be the place for you. The virus that’s been causing rampant fears all over Brazil due to the Olympics has now spread to the sunshine state, which is mildly terrifying. Particularly if you’re a woman trying to have a baby. However, there are some people who will tell you it’s not a big deal, but there’s no getting around the fact that some babies have been born with microcephaly as a result of the virus. FiveThirtyEight’s Maggie Koerth-Baker answers five enduring questions about Zika.

It’s been a rough summer for Draymond Green. First, his team lost in the NBA Finals after he decided that hitting LeBron James in the man region was a smart idea, and got himself suspended for a game, which proved to be the turning point of the series. Then, he got into a fight in his old college town, which is just a bad look. Now, in a situation that’s come full circle, he accidentally posted a picture of his own junk to Snapchat. Awkward. ESPN’s Calvin Watkins has the story.

Free Food

Coffee Break: Frank Ocean either seriously likes messing with people’s emotions or has a real issue with completing tasks. This morning, he released a live stream of something, that most people presumed might actually be music, but alas, it wasn’t. Why would it be?

Snack Time: All I’m hoping for at this point is that something catastrophic doesn’t happen during Rio. But already, a sailing venue has collapsed and athletes are getting robbed. Yikes.

Dessert: Here’s some good news. New music from Earl Sweatshirt.

Rep. Joyce Beatty rocked that outfit

and made a statement in more ways than one

10:20 AMLast weekend was the last weekend until February that we’ll have without football. Just thought I’d put that out there for you to marinate on.

If you haven’t noticed, Donald Trump is involved in yet another row. The Republican presidential nominee is in a word fight with the parents of a Muslim soldier who was killed during combat in Iraq in 2004. What started off as moving speech at the Democratic National Convention from Khizr Khan has turned into a mind-boggling back and forth that has everyone in the GOP scrambling to not completely denigrate a Gold Star family. ABC News’ Brian McBride breaks down how this story has unraveled so quickly.

Beauty pageants are sort of an archaic concept, but they still have quite a bit of traction in many places. Girls are held to strange standards as they represent whichever sash and/or crown they’ve been given, so things from people’s past start bubbling up and creating controversy. But in the case of Karlie Hay, who won Miss Teen USA on Saturday, a few N-words on her Twitter feed won’t be putting her title in jeopardy. She did apologize for it, but it seems like maybe that’s not quite enough. ABC’s Joi-Marie McKenzie reports.

Worried about Zika? Florida might not be the place for you. The virus that’s been causing rampant fears all over Brazil due to the Olympics has now spread to the sunshine state, which is mildly terrifying. Particularly if you’re a woman trying to have a baby. However, there are some people who will tell you it’s not a big deal, but there’s no getting around the fact that some babies have been born with microcephaly as a result of the virus. FiveThirtyEight’s Maggie Koerth-Baker answers five enduring questions about Zika.

It’s been a rough summer for Draymond Green. First, his team lost in the NBA Finals after he decided that hitting LeBron James in the man region was a smart idea, and got himself suspended for a game, which proved to be the turning point of the series. Then, he got into a fight in his old college town, which is just a bad look. Now, in a situation that’s come full circle, he accidentally posted a picture of his own junk to Snapchat. Awkward. ESPN’s Calvin Watkins has the story.

Free Food

Coffee Break: Frank Ocean either seriously likes messing with people’s emotions or has a real issue with completing tasks. This morning, he released a live stream of something, that most people presumed might actually be music, but alas, it wasn’t. Why would it be?

Snack Time: All I’m hoping for at this point is that something catastrophic doesn’t happen during Rio. But already, a sailing venue has collapsed and athletes are getting robbed. Yikes.

Dessert: Here’s some good news. New music from Earl Sweatshirt.

Daily Dose: 7/29/16

Hillary Clinton is very here for the haters

10:20 AMLast weekend was the last weekend until February that we’ll have without football. Just thought I’d put that out there for you to marinate on.

If you haven’t noticed, Donald Trump is involved in yet another row. The Republican presidential nominee is in a word fight with the parents of a Muslim soldier who was killed during combat in Iraq in 2004. What started off as moving speech at the Democratic National Convention from Khizr Khan has turned into a mind-boggling back and forth that has everyone in the GOP scrambling to not completely denigrate a Gold Star family. ABC News’ Brian McBride breaks down how this story has unraveled so quickly.

Beauty pageants are sort of an archaic concept, but they still have quite a bit of traction in many places. Girls are held to strange standards as they represent whichever sash and/or crown they’ve been given, so things from people’s past start bubbling up and creating controversy. But in the case of Karlie Hay, who won Miss Teen USA on Saturday, a few N-words on her Twitter feed won’t be putting her title in jeopardy. She did apologize for it, but it seems like maybe that’s not quite enough. ABC’s Joi-Marie McKenzie reports.

Worried about Zika? Florida might not be the place for you. The virus that’s been causing rampant fears all over Brazil due to the Olympics has now spread to the sunshine state, which is mildly terrifying. Particularly if you’re a woman trying to have a baby. However, there are some people who will tell you it’s not a big deal, but there’s no getting around the fact that some babies have been born with microcephaly as a result of the virus. FiveThirtyEight’s Maggie Koerth-Baker answers five enduring questions about Zika.

It’s been a rough summer for Draymond Green. First, his team lost in the NBA Finals after he decided that hitting LeBron James in the man region was a smart idea, and got himself suspended for a game, which proved to be the turning point of the series. Then, he got into a fight in his old college town, which is just a bad look. Now, in a situation that’s come full circle, he accidentally posted a picture of his own junk to Snapchat. Awkward. ESPN’s Calvin Watkins has the story.

Free Food

Coffee Break: Frank Ocean either seriously likes messing with people’s emotions or has a real issue with completing tasks. This morning, he released a live stream of something, that most people presumed might actually be music, but alas, it wasn’t. Why would it be?

Snack Time: All I’m hoping for at this point is that something catastrophic doesn’t happen during Rio. But already, a sailing venue has collapsed and athletes are getting robbed. Yikes.

Dessert: Here’s some good news. New music from Earl Sweatshirt.

These Arthur memes are out of control

How Twitter turned a childhood classic into a constant joke

10:20 AMLast weekend was the last weekend until February that we’ll have without football. Just thought I’d put that out there for you to marinate on.

If you haven’t noticed, Donald Trump is involved in yet another row. The Republican presidential nominee is in a word fight with the parents of a Muslim soldier who was killed during combat in Iraq in 2004. What started off as moving speech at the Democratic National Convention from Khizr Khan has turned into a mind-boggling back and forth that has everyone in the GOP scrambling to not completely denigrate a Gold Star family. ABC News’ Brian McBride breaks down how this story has unraveled so quickly.

Beauty pageants are sort of an archaic concept, but they still have quite a bit of traction in many places. Girls are held to strange standards as they represent whichever sash and/or crown they’ve been given, so things from people’s past start bubbling up and creating controversy. But in the case of Karlie Hay, who won Miss Teen USA on Saturday, a few N-words on her Twitter feed won’t be putting her title in jeopardy. She did apologize for it, but it seems like maybe that’s not quite enough. ABC’s Joi-Marie McKenzie reports.

Worried about Zika? Florida might not be the place for you. The virus that’s been causing rampant fears all over Brazil due to the Olympics has now spread to the sunshine state, which is mildly terrifying. Particularly if you’re a woman trying to have a baby. However, there are some people who will tell you it’s not a big deal, but there’s no getting around the fact that some babies have been born with microcephaly as a result of the virus. FiveThirtyEight’s Maggie Koerth-Baker answers five enduring questions about Zika.

It’s been a rough summer for Draymond Green. First, his team lost in the NBA Finals after he decided that hitting LeBron James in the man region was a smart idea, and got himself suspended for a game, which proved to be the turning point of the series. Then, he got into a fight in his old college town, which is just a bad look. Now, in a situation that’s come full circle, he accidentally posted a picture of his own junk to Snapchat. Awkward. ESPN’s Calvin Watkins has the story.

Free Food

Coffee Break: Frank Ocean either seriously likes messing with people’s emotions or has a real issue with completing tasks. This morning, he released a live stream of something, that most people presumed might actually be music, but alas, it wasn’t. Why would it be?

Snack Time: All I’m hoping for at this point is that something catastrophic doesn’t happen during Rio. But already, a sailing venue has collapsed and athletes are getting robbed. Yikes.

Dessert: Here’s some good news. New music from Earl Sweatshirt.

Vogue’s ’73 Questions with Serena Williams’

It’s a must-see video

10:20 AMLast weekend was the last weekend until February that we’ll have without football. Just thought I’d put that out there for you to marinate on.

If you haven’t noticed, Donald Trump is involved in yet another row. The Republican presidential nominee is in a word fight with the parents of a Muslim soldier who was killed during combat in Iraq in 2004. What started off as moving speech at the Democratic National Convention from Khizr Khan has turned into a mind-boggling back and forth that has everyone in the GOP scrambling to not completely denigrate a Gold Star family. ABC News’ Brian McBride breaks down how this story has unraveled so quickly.

Beauty pageants are sort of an archaic concept, but they still have quite a bit of traction in many places. Girls are held to strange standards as they represent whichever sash and/or crown they’ve been given, so things from people’s past start bubbling up and creating controversy. But in the case of Karlie Hay, who won Miss Teen USA on Saturday, a few N-words on her Twitter feed won’t be putting her title in jeopardy. She did apologize for it, but it seems like maybe that’s not quite enough. ABC’s Joi-Marie McKenzie reports.

Worried about Zika? Florida might not be the place for you. The virus that’s been causing rampant fears all over Brazil due to the Olympics has now spread to the sunshine state, which is mildly terrifying. Particularly if you’re a woman trying to have a baby. However, there are some people who will tell you it’s not a big deal, but there’s no getting around the fact that some babies have been born with microcephaly as a result of the virus. FiveThirtyEight’s Maggie Koerth-Baker answers five enduring questions about Zika.

It’s been a rough summer for Draymond Green. First, his team lost in the NBA Finals after he decided that hitting LeBron James in the man region was a smart idea, and got himself suspended for a game, which proved to be the turning point of the series. Then, he got into a fight in his old college town, which is just a bad look. Now, in a situation that’s come full circle, he accidentally posted a picture of his own junk to Snapchat. Awkward. ESPN’s Calvin Watkins has the story.

Free Food

Coffee Break: Frank Ocean either seriously likes messing with people’s emotions or has a real issue with completing tasks. This morning, he released a live stream of something, that most people presumed might actually be music, but alas, it wasn’t. Why would it be?

Snack Time: All I’m hoping for at this point is that something catastrophic doesn’t happen during Rio. But already, a sailing venue has collapsed and athletes are getting robbed. Yikes.

Dessert: Here’s some good news. New music from Earl Sweatshirt.

Remember when Bow Wow was great?

Now, he’s fighting — and struggling — to stay relevant

10:20 AMLast weekend was the last weekend until February that we’ll have without football. Just thought I’d put that out there for you to marinate on.

If you haven’t noticed, Donald Trump is involved in yet another row. The Republican presidential nominee is in a word fight with the parents of a Muslim soldier who was killed during combat in Iraq in 2004. What started off as moving speech at the Democratic National Convention from Khizr Khan has turned into a mind-boggling back and forth that has everyone in the GOP scrambling to not completely denigrate a Gold Star family. ABC News’ Brian McBride breaks down how this story has unraveled so quickly.

Beauty pageants are sort of an archaic concept, but they still have quite a bit of traction in many places. Girls are held to strange standards as they represent whichever sash and/or crown they’ve been given, so things from people’s past start bubbling up and creating controversy. But in the case of Karlie Hay, who won Miss Teen USA on Saturday, a few N-words on her Twitter feed won’t be putting her title in jeopardy. She did apologize for it, but it seems like maybe that’s not quite enough. ABC’s Joi-Marie McKenzie reports.

Worried about Zika? Florida might not be the place for you. The virus that’s been causing rampant fears all over Brazil due to the Olympics has now spread to the sunshine state, which is mildly terrifying. Particularly if you’re a woman trying to have a baby. However, there are some people who will tell you it’s not a big deal, but there’s no getting around the fact that some babies have been born with microcephaly as a result of the virus. FiveThirtyEight’s Maggie Koerth-Baker answers five enduring questions about Zika.

It’s been a rough summer for Draymond Green. First, his team lost in the NBA Finals after he decided that hitting LeBron James in the man region was a smart idea, and got himself suspended for a game, which proved to be the turning point of the series. Then, he got into a fight in his old college town, which is just a bad look. Now, in a situation that’s come full circle, he accidentally posted a picture of his own junk to Snapchat. Awkward. ESPN’s Calvin Watkins has the story.

Free Food

Coffee Break: Frank Ocean either seriously likes messing with people’s emotions or has a real issue with completing tasks. This morning, he released a live stream of something, that most people presumed might actually be music, but alas, it wasn’t. Why would it be?

Snack Time: All I’m hoping for at this point is that something catastrophic doesn’t happen during Rio. But already, a sailing venue has collapsed and athletes are getting robbed. Yikes.

Dessert: Here’s some good news. New music from Earl Sweatshirt.

Stance drops new hotness

This time, cartoon style

10:20 AMLast weekend was the last weekend until February that we’ll have without football. Just thought I’d put that out there for you to marinate on.

If you haven’t noticed, Donald Trump is involved in yet another row. The Republican presidential nominee is in a word fight with the parents of a Muslim soldier who was killed during combat in Iraq in 2004. What started off as moving speech at the Democratic National Convention from Khizr Khan has turned into a mind-boggling back and forth that has everyone in the GOP scrambling to not completely denigrate a Gold Star family. ABC News’ Brian McBride breaks down how this story has unraveled so quickly.

Beauty pageants are sort of an archaic concept, but they still have quite a bit of traction in many places. Girls are held to strange standards as they represent whichever sash and/or crown they’ve been given, so things from people’s past start bubbling up and creating controversy. But in the case of Karlie Hay, who won Miss Teen USA on Saturday, a few N-words on her Twitter feed won’t be putting her title in jeopardy. She did apologize for it, but it seems like maybe that’s not quite enough. ABC’s Joi-Marie McKenzie reports.

Worried about Zika? Florida might not be the place for you. The virus that’s been causing rampant fears all over Brazil due to the Olympics has now spread to the sunshine state, which is mildly terrifying. Particularly if you’re a woman trying to have a baby. However, there are some people who will tell you it’s not a big deal, but there’s no getting around the fact that some babies have been born with microcephaly as a result of the virus. FiveThirtyEight’s Maggie Koerth-Baker answers five enduring questions about Zika.

It’s been a rough summer for Draymond Green. First, his team lost in the NBA Finals after he decided that hitting LeBron James in the man region was a smart idea, and got himself suspended for a game, which proved to be the turning point of the series. Then, he got into a fight in his old college town, which is just a bad look. Now, in a situation that’s come full circle, he accidentally posted a picture of his own junk to Snapchat. Awkward. ESPN’s Calvin Watkins has the story.

Free Food

Coffee Break: Frank Ocean either seriously likes messing with people’s emotions or has a real issue with completing tasks. This morning, he released a live stream of something, that most people presumed might actually be music, but alas, it wasn’t. Why would it be?

Snack Time: All I’m hoping for at this point is that something catastrophic doesn’t happen during Rio. But already, a sailing venue has collapsed and athletes are getting robbed. Yikes.

Dessert: Here’s some good news. New music from Earl Sweatshirt.

Daily Dose: 7/28/16

President Obama lets it be known who he’s voting for

10:20 AMLast weekend was the last weekend until February that we’ll have without football. Just thought I’d put that out there for you to marinate on.

If you haven’t noticed, Donald Trump is involved in yet another row. The Republican presidential nominee is in a word fight with the parents of a Muslim soldier who was killed during combat in Iraq in 2004. What started off as moving speech at the Democratic National Convention from Khizr Khan has turned into a mind-boggling back and forth that has everyone in the GOP scrambling to not completely denigrate a Gold Star family. ABC News’ Brian McBride breaks down how this story has unraveled so quickly.

Beauty pageants are sort of an archaic concept, but they still have quite a bit of traction in many places. Girls are held to strange standards as they represent whichever sash and/or crown they’ve been given, so things from people’s past start bubbling up and creating controversy. But in the case of Karlie Hay, who won Miss Teen USA on Saturday, a few N-words on her Twitter feed won’t be putting her title in jeopardy. She did apologize for it, but it seems like maybe that’s not quite enough. ABC’s Joi-Marie McKenzie reports.

Worried about Zika? Florida might not be the place for you. The virus that’s been causing rampant fears all over Brazil due to the Olympics has now spread to the sunshine state, which is mildly terrifying. Particularly if you’re a woman trying to have a baby. However, there are some people who will tell you it’s not a big deal, but there’s no getting around the fact that some babies have been born with microcephaly as a result of the virus. FiveThirtyEight’s Maggie Koerth-Baker answers five enduring questions about Zika.

It’s been a rough summer for Draymond Green. First, his team lost in the NBA Finals after he decided that hitting LeBron James in the man region was a smart idea, and got himself suspended for a game, which proved to be the turning point of the series. Then, he got into a fight in his old college town, which is just a bad look. Now, in a situation that’s come full circle, he accidentally posted a picture of his own junk to Snapchat. Awkward. ESPN’s Calvin Watkins has the story.

Free Food

Coffee Break: Frank Ocean either seriously likes messing with people’s emotions or has a real issue with completing tasks. This morning, he released a live stream of something, that most people presumed might actually be music, but alas, it wasn’t. Why would it be?

Snack Time: All I’m hoping for at this point is that something catastrophic doesn’t happen during Rio. But already, a sailing venue has collapsed and athletes are getting robbed. Yikes.

Dessert: Here’s some good news. New music from Earl Sweatshirt.

Crying Jordan is the only one we acknowledge

If you’re a newspaper in Malawi, apparently

10:20 AMLast weekend was the last weekend until February that we’ll have without football. Just thought I’d put that out there for you to marinate on.

If you haven’t noticed, Donald Trump is involved in yet another row. The Republican presidential nominee is in a word fight with the parents of a Muslim soldier who was killed during combat in Iraq in 2004. What started off as moving speech at the Democratic National Convention from Khizr Khan has turned into a mind-boggling back and forth that has everyone in the GOP scrambling to not completely denigrate a Gold Star family. ABC News’ Brian McBride breaks down how this story has unraveled so quickly.

Beauty pageants are sort of an archaic concept, but they still have quite a bit of traction in many places. Girls are held to strange standards as they represent whichever sash and/or crown they’ve been given, so things from people’s past start bubbling up and creating controversy. But in the case of Karlie Hay, who won Miss Teen USA on Saturday, a few N-words on her Twitter feed won’t be putting her title in jeopardy. She did apologize for it, but it seems like maybe that’s not quite enough. ABC’s Joi-Marie McKenzie reports.

Worried about Zika? Florida might not be the place for you. The virus that’s been causing rampant fears all over Brazil due to the Olympics has now spread to the sunshine state, which is mildly terrifying. Particularly if you’re a woman trying to have a baby. However, there are some people who will tell you it’s not a big deal, but there’s no getting around the fact that some babies have been born with microcephaly as a result of the virus. FiveThirtyEight’s Maggie Koerth-Baker answers five enduring questions about Zika.

It’s been a rough summer for Draymond Green. First, his team lost in the NBA Finals after he decided that hitting LeBron James in the man region was a smart idea, and got himself suspended for a game, which proved to be the turning point of the series. Then, he got into a fight in his old college town, which is just a bad look. Now, in a situation that’s come full circle, he accidentally posted a picture of his own junk to Snapchat. Awkward. ESPN’s Calvin Watkins has the story.

Free Food

Coffee Break: Frank Ocean either seriously likes messing with people’s emotions or has a real issue with completing tasks. This morning, he released a live stream of something, that most people presumed might actually be music, but alas, it wasn’t. Why would it be?

Snack Time: All I’m hoping for at this point is that something catastrophic doesn’t happen during Rio. But already, a sailing venue has collapsed and athletes are getting robbed. Yikes.

Dessert: Here’s some good news. New music from Earl Sweatshirt.

All charges dismissed against police in Freddie Gray case

Those remaining will walk before seeing courtroom

10:20 AMLast weekend was the last weekend until February that we’ll have without football. Just thought I’d put that out there for you to marinate on.

If you haven’t noticed, Donald Trump is involved in yet another row. The Republican presidential nominee is in a word fight with the parents of a Muslim soldier who was killed during combat in Iraq in 2004. What started off as moving speech at the Democratic National Convention from Khizr Khan has turned into a mind-boggling back and forth that has everyone in the GOP scrambling to not completely denigrate a Gold Star family. ABC News’ Brian McBride breaks down how this story has unraveled so quickly.

Beauty pageants are sort of an archaic concept, but they still have quite a bit of traction in many places. Girls are held to strange standards as they represent whichever sash and/or crown they’ve been given, so things from people’s past start bubbling up and creating controversy. But in the case of Karlie Hay, who won Miss Teen USA on Saturday, a few N-words on her Twitter feed won’t be putting her title in jeopardy. She did apologize for it, but it seems like maybe that’s not quite enough. ABC’s Joi-Marie McKenzie reports.

Worried about Zika? Florida might not be the place for you. The virus that’s been causing rampant fears all over Brazil due to the Olympics has now spread to the sunshine state, which is mildly terrifying. Particularly if you’re a woman trying to have a baby. However, there are some people who will tell you it’s not a big deal, but there’s no getting around the fact that some babies have been born with microcephaly as a result of the virus. FiveThirtyEight’s Maggie Koerth-Baker answers five enduring questions about Zika.

It’s been a rough summer for Draymond Green. First, his team lost in the NBA Finals after he decided that hitting LeBron James in the man region was a smart idea, and got himself suspended for a game, which proved to be the turning point of the series. Then, he got into a fight in his old college town, which is just a bad look. Now, in a situation that’s come full circle, he accidentally posted a picture of his own junk to Snapchat. Awkward. ESPN’s Calvin Watkins has the story.

Free Food

Coffee Break: Frank Ocean either seriously likes messing with people’s emotions or has a real issue with completing tasks. This morning, he released a live stream of something, that most people presumed might actually be music, but alas, it wasn’t. Why would it be?

Snack Time: All I’m hoping for at this point is that something catastrophic doesn’t happen during Rio. But already, a sailing venue has collapsed and athletes are getting robbed. Yikes.

Dessert: Here’s some good news. New music from Earl Sweatshirt.

Daily Dose: 7/27/16

It’s Prince Day to celebrate the release of ‘Purple Rain’

10:20 AMLast weekend was the last weekend until February that we’ll have without football. Just thought I’d put that out there for you to marinate on.

If you haven’t noticed, Donald Trump is involved in yet another row. The Republican presidential nominee is in a word fight with the parents of a Muslim soldier who was killed during combat in Iraq in 2004. What started off as moving speech at the Democratic National Convention from Khizr Khan has turned into a mind-boggling back and forth that has everyone in the GOP scrambling to not completely denigrate a Gold Star family. ABC News’ Brian McBride breaks down how this story has unraveled so quickly.

Beauty pageants are sort of an archaic concept, but they still have quite a bit of traction in many places. Girls are held to strange standards as they represent whichever sash and/or crown they’ve been given, so things from people’s past start bubbling up and creating controversy. But in the case of Karlie Hay, who won Miss Teen USA on Saturday, a few N-words on her Twitter feed won’t be putting her title in jeopardy. She did apologize for it, but it seems like maybe that’s not quite enough. ABC’s Joi-Marie McKenzie reports.

Worried about Zika? Florida might not be the place for you. The virus that’s been causing rampant fears all over Brazil due to the Olympics has now spread to the sunshine state, which is mildly terrifying. Particularly if you’re a woman trying to have a baby. However, there are some people who will tell you it’s not a big deal, but there’s no getting around the fact that some babies have been born with microcephaly as a result of the virus. FiveThirtyEight’s Maggie Koerth-Baker answers five enduring questions about Zika.

It’s been a rough summer for Draymond Green. First, his team lost in the NBA Finals after he decided that hitting LeBron James in the man region was a smart idea, and got himself suspended for a game, which proved to be the turning point of the series. Then, he got into a fight in his old college town, which is just a bad look. Now, in a situation that’s come full circle, he accidentally posted a picture of his own junk to Snapchat. Awkward. ESPN’s Calvin Watkins has the story.

Free Food

Coffee Break: Frank Ocean either seriously likes messing with people’s emotions or has a real issue with completing tasks. This morning, he released a live stream of something, that most people presumed might actually be music, but alas, it wasn’t. Why would it be?

Snack Time: All I’m hoping for at this point is that something catastrophic doesn’t happen during Rio. But already, a sailing venue has collapsed and athletes are getting robbed. Yikes.

Dessert: Here’s some good news. New music from Earl Sweatshirt.

All Day Podcast: 7/26/16

‘Too late or not, Michael Jordan talking on the matter is as big as it gets’

10:20 AMLast weekend was the last weekend until February that we’ll have without football. Just thought I’d put that out there for you to marinate on.

If you haven’t noticed, Donald Trump is involved in yet another row. The Republican presidential nominee is in a word fight with the parents of a Muslim soldier who was killed during combat in Iraq in 2004. What started off as moving speech at the Democratic National Convention from Khizr Khan has turned into a mind-boggling back and forth that has everyone in the GOP scrambling to not completely denigrate a Gold Star family. ABC News’ Brian McBride breaks down how this story has unraveled so quickly.

Beauty pageants are sort of an archaic concept, but they still have quite a bit of traction in many places. Girls are held to strange standards as they represent whichever sash and/or crown they’ve been given, so things from people’s past start bubbling up and creating controversy. But in the case of Karlie Hay, who won Miss Teen USA on Saturday, a few N-words on her Twitter feed won’t be putting her title in jeopardy. She did apologize for it, but it seems like maybe that’s not quite enough. ABC’s Joi-Marie McKenzie reports.

Worried about Zika? Florida might not be the place for you. The virus that’s been causing rampant fears all over Brazil due to the Olympics has now spread to the sunshine state, which is mildly terrifying. Particularly if you’re a woman trying to have a baby. However, there are some people who will tell you it’s not a big deal, but there’s no getting around the fact that some babies have been born with microcephaly as a result of the virus. FiveThirtyEight’s Maggie Koerth-Baker answers five enduring questions about Zika.

It’s been a rough summer for Draymond Green. First, his team lost in the NBA Finals after he decided that hitting LeBron James in the man region was a smart idea, and got himself suspended for a game, which proved to be the turning point of the series. Then, he got into a fight in his old college town, which is just a bad look. Now, in a situation that’s come full circle, he accidentally posted a picture of his own junk to Snapchat. Awkward. ESPN’s Calvin Watkins has the story.

Free Food

Coffee Break: Frank Ocean either seriously likes messing with people’s emotions or has a real issue with completing tasks. This morning, he released a live stream of something, that most people presumed might actually be music, but alas, it wasn’t. Why would it be?

Snack Time: All I’m hoping for at this point is that something catastrophic doesn’t happen during Rio. But already, a sailing venue has collapsed and athletes are getting robbed. Yikes.

Dessert: Here’s some good news. New music from Earl Sweatshirt.

Miss Cleo dies at 53

The pay-per-call psychic icon had cancer

10:20 AMLast weekend was the last weekend until February that we’ll have without football. Just thought I’d put that out there for you to marinate on.

If you haven’t noticed, Donald Trump is involved in yet another row. The Republican presidential nominee is in a word fight with the parents of a Muslim soldier who was killed during combat in Iraq in 2004. What started off as moving speech at the Democratic National Convention from Khizr Khan has turned into a mind-boggling back and forth that has everyone in the GOP scrambling to not completely denigrate a Gold Star family. ABC News’ Brian McBride breaks down how this story has unraveled so quickly.

Beauty pageants are sort of an archaic concept, but they still have quite a bit of traction in many places. Girls are held to strange standards as they represent whichever sash and/or crown they’ve been given, so things from people’s past start bubbling up and creating controversy. But in the case of Karlie Hay, who won Miss Teen USA on Saturday, a few N-words on her Twitter feed won’t be putting her title in jeopardy. She did apologize for it, but it seems like maybe that’s not quite enough. ABC’s Joi-Marie McKenzie reports.

Worried about Zika? Florida might not be the place for you. The virus that’s been causing rampant fears all over Brazil due to the Olympics has now spread to the sunshine state, which is mildly terrifying. Particularly if you’re a woman trying to have a baby. However, there are some people who will tell you it’s not a big deal, but there’s no getting around the fact that some babies have been born with microcephaly as a result of the virus. FiveThirtyEight’s Maggie Koerth-Baker answers five enduring questions about Zika.

It’s been a rough summer for Draymond Green. First, his team lost in the NBA Finals after he decided that hitting LeBron James in the man region was a smart idea, and got himself suspended for a game, which proved to be the turning point of the series. Then, he got into a fight in his old college town, which is just a bad look. Now, in a situation that’s come full circle, he accidentally posted a picture of his own junk to Snapchat. Awkward. ESPN’s Calvin Watkins has the story.

Free Food

Coffee Break: Frank Ocean either seriously likes messing with people’s emotions or has a real issue with completing tasks. This morning, he released a live stream of something, that most people presumed might actually be music, but alas, it wasn’t. Why would it be?

Snack Time: All I’m hoping for at this point is that something catastrophic doesn’t happen during Rio. But already, a sailing venue has collapsed and athletes are getting robbed. Yikes.

Dessert: Here’s some good news. New music from Earl Sweatshirt.

Music

Future and DJ Esco channel O.J. Simpson

in new music video for ‘Juice’

10:20 AMLast weekend was the last weekend until February that we’ll have without football. Just thought I’d put that out there for you to marinate on.

If you haven’t noticed, Donald Trump is involved in yet another row. The Republican presidential nominee is in a word fight with the parents of a Muslim soldier who was killed during combat in Iraq in 2004. What started off as moving speech at the Democratic National Convention from Khizr Khan has turned into a mind-boggling back and forth that has everyone in the GOP scrambling to not completely denigrate a Gold Star family. ABC News’ Brian McBride breaks down how this story has unraveled so quickly.

Beauty pageants are sort of an archaic concept, but they still have quite a bit of traction in many places. Girls are held to strange standards as they represent whichever sash and/or crown they’ve been given, so things from people’s past start bubbling up and creating controversy. But in the case of Karlie Hay, who won Miss Teen USA on Saturday, a few N-words on her Twitter feed won’t be putting her title in jeopardy. She did apologize for it, but it seems like maybe that’s not quite enough. ABC’s Joi-Marie McKenzie reports.

Worried about Zika? Florida might not be the place for you. The virus that’s been causing rampant fears all over Brazil due to the Olympics has now spread to the sunshine state, which is mildly terrifying. Particularly if you’re a woman trying to have a baby. However, there are some people who will tell you it’s not a big deal, but there’s no getting around the fact that some babies have been born with microcephaly as a result of the virus. FiveThirtyEight’s Maggie Koerth-Baker answers five enduring questions about Zika.

It’s been a rough summer for Draymond Green. First, his team lost in the NBA Finals after he decided that hitting LeBron James in the man region was a smart idea, and got himself suspended for a game, which proved to be the turning point of the series. Then, he got into a fight in his old college town, which is just a bad look. Now, in a situation that’s come full circle, he accidentally posted a picture of his own junk to Snapchat. Awkward. ESPN’s Calvin Watkins has the story.

Free Food

Coffee Break: Frank Ocean either seriously likes messing with people’s emotions or has a real issue with completing tasks. This morning, he released a live stream of something, that most people presumed might actually be music, but alas, it wasn’t. Why would it be?

Snack Time: All I’m hoping for at this point is that something catastrophic doesn’t happen during Rio. But already, a sailing venue has collapsed and athletes are getting robbed. Yikes.

Dessert: Here’s some good news. New music from Earl Sweatshirt.

Daily Dose: 7/26/16

The first lady brought the house down in Philadelphia

10:20 AMLast weekend was the last weekend until February that we’ll have without football. Just thought I’d put that out there for you to marinate on.

If you haven’t noticed, Donald Trump is involved in yet another row. The Republican presidential nominee is in a word fight with the parents of a Muslim soldier who was killed during combat in Iraq in 2004. What started off as moving speech at the Democratic National Convention from Khizr Khan has turned into a mind-boggling back and forth that has everyone in the GOP scrambling to not completely denigrate a Gold Star family. ABC News’ Brian McBride breaks down how this story has unraveled so quickly.

Beauty pageants are sort of an archaic concept, but they still have quite a bit of traction in many places. Girls are held to strange standards as they represent whichever sash and/or crown they’ve been given, so things from people’s past start bubbling up and creating controversy. But in the case of Karlie Hay, who won Miss Teen USA on Saturday, a few N-words on her Twitter feed won’t be putting her title in jeopardy. She did apologize for it, but it seems like maybe that’s not quite enough. ABC’s Joi-Marie McKenzie reports.

Worried about Zika? Florida might not be the place for you. The virus that’s been causing rampant fears all over Brazil due to the Olympics has now spread to the sunshine state, which is mildly terrifying. Particularly if you’re a woman trying to have a baby. However, there are some people who will tell you it’s not a big deal, but there’s no getting around the fact that some babies have been born with microcephaly as a result of the virus. FiveThirtyEight’s Maggie Koerth-Baker answers five enduring questions about Zika.

It’s been a rough summer for Draymond Green. First, his team lost in the NBA Finals after he decided that hitting LeBron James in the man region was a smart idea, and got himself suspended for a game, which proved to be the turning point of the series. Then, he got into a fight in his old college town, which is just a bad look. Now, in a situation that’s come full circle, he accidentally posted a picture of his own junk to Snapchat. Awkward. ESPN’s Calvin Watkins has the story.

Free Food

Coffee Break: Frank Ocean either seriously likes messing with people’s emotions or has a real issue with completing tasks. This morning, he released a live stream of something, that most people presumed might actually be music, but alas, it wasn’t. Why would it be?

Snack Time: All I’m hoping for at this point is that something catastrophic doesn’t happen during Rio. But already, a sailing venue has collapsed and athletes are getting robbed. Yikes.

Dessert: Here’s some good news. New music from Earl Sweatshirt.