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Daily Dose: 8/2/16

Yasiel Puig likely to be sent packing by the Los Angeles Dodgers

9:00 AMIn our latest edition of Locker Room Laywer with Domonique Foxworth, we tackle the tricky subject of what’s going on with Draymond Green. Needless to say, Fox thinks he might have won himself a few fans in the Olympic Village.

Just because you’re in the Olympics doesn’t mean you’re a full-time athlete. Not everyone has the financial luxury of dropping everything in order to achieve their dreams on the medal stand. It’s part of the reason why competing to win is so important. Snagging fame at an Olympiad could mean endorsement deals that might not necessarily change your life, but certainly makes things a tad easier if you’re pushing a 9-to-5 job. ABC’s Catherine Thorbecke chronicles some of the Olympians who also have day jobs.

The desperation in Donald Trump’s campaign has become painstakingly evident. After the Republican presidential nominee’s entire camp nearly unraveled over his inability to cope with a Gold Star family criticizing him, a terrible interview with George Stephanopoulos and then saying any national election with him in it would be rigged, things have gone off the rails. He even went so far as to call Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton “the devil” on Monday, which is just truly bizarre. Shocker, people aren’t really into that tactic and the polls show it, too. ABC News’ Ryan Struyk reports.

Rich people do wild things with their money. Forget about exorbitant expenditures on everyday items that no one really needs, or throwing money at powerful political causes, but some things feel particularly egregious. Like when a gazillionaire decides to leave an outrageous sum of money to, say, his or her dog. We all love and respect pets, but it’s hard to understand why someone would do that when he or she could also help so many humans. VICE‘s Jules Suzdaltsev takes a look at how that actually works in real life.

When Yasiel Puig first broke into Major League Baseball, his story was fascinating. The tale of his humanly trafficked journey from Cuba instantly became the stuff of legend and his personality on and off the field was as outsized as that trek across the water from his island home nation. He was driving a different car to spring training every day wiling on the basepaths, hitting homers and throwing guys out all over the field. Well, those days are over and he might get demoted to the minors. As ESPN’s Doug Padilla notes, it’s never a dull moment with him.

Free Food

Coffee Break: Welp, Jordan Rodgers actually did it. He won The Bachelorette and is now engaged to be married to JoJo Fletcher. We’ve never really found out why he and his brother, Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers, don’t talk, but who cares? Bachelor in Paradise starts Tuesday night, which is the real gem program of this franchise, anyway.

Snack Time: If you’re not watching Stranger Things, you must be the only person in America with Netflix who isn’t. Check out this mixtape by DJ Yoda that features songs and music inspired by the show. (h/t @jackgoodson12)

Dessert: I’m not super into physical scare tactic comedy, but this is one very funny bit.

Black Lives Matter groups release demands

and the list includes reparations and eradicating the death penalty

9:00 AMIn our latest edition of Locker Room Laywer with Domonique Foxworth, we tackle the tricky subject of what’s going on with Draymond Green. Needless to say, Fox thinks he might have won himself a few fans in the Olympic Village.

Just because you’re in the Olympics doesn’t mean you’re a full-time athlete. Not everyone has the financial luxury of dropping everything in order to achieve their dreams on the medal stand. It’s part of the reason why competing to win is so important. Snagging fame at an Olympiad could mean endorsement deals that might not necessarily change your life, but certainly makes things a tad easier if you’re pushing a 9-to-5 job. ABC’s Catherine Thorbecke chronicles some of the Olympians who also have day jobs.

The desperation in Donald Trump’s campaign has become painstakingly evident. After the Republican presidential nominee’s entire camp nearly unraveled over his inability to cope with a Gold Star family criticizing him, a terrible interview with George Stephanopoulos and then saying any national election with him in it would be rigged, things have gone off the rails. He even went so far as to call Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton “the devil” on Monday, which is just truly bizarre. Shocker, people aren’t really into that tactic and the polls show it, too. ABC News’ Ryan Struyk reports.

Rich people do wild things with their money. Forget about exorbitant expenditures on everyday items that no one really needs, or throwing money at powerful political causes, but some things feel particularly egregious. Like when a gazillionaire decides to leave an outrageous sum of money to, say, his or her dog. We all love and respect pets, but it’s hard to understand why someone would do that when he or she could also help so many humans. VICE‘s Jules Suzdaltsev takes a look at how that actually works in real life.

When Yasiel Puig first broke into Major League Baseball, his story was fascinating. The tale of his humanly trafficked journey from Cuba instantly became the stuff of legend and his personality on and off the field was as outsized as that trek across the water from his island home nation. He was driving a different car to spring training every day wiling on the basepaths, hitting homers and throwing guys out all over the field. Well, those days are over and he might get demoted to the minors. As ESPN’s Doug Padilla notes, it’s never a dull moment with him.

Free Food

Coffee Break: Welp, Jordan Rodgers actually did it. He won The Bachelorette and is now engaged to be married to JoJo Fletcher. We’ve never really found out why he and his brother, Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers, don’t talk, but who cares? Bachelor in Paradise starts Tuesday night, which is the real gem program of this franchise, anyway.

Snack Time: If you’re not watching Stranger Things, you must be the only person in America with Netflix who isn’t. Check out this mixtape by DJ Yoda that features songs and music inspired by the show. (h/t @jackgoodson12)

Dessert: I’m not super into physical scare tactic comedy, but this is one very funny bit.

Television

After 35 years, ‘Yo! MTV Raps’

is still the best thing the network has ever done

9:00 AMIn our latest edition of Locker Room Laywer with Domonique Foxworth, we tackle the tricky subject of what’s going on with Draymond Green. Needless to say, Fox thinks he might have won himself a few fans in the Olympic Village.

Just because you’re in the Olympics doesn’t mean you’re a full-time athlete. Not everyone has the financial luxury of dropping everything in order to achieve their dreams on the medal stand. It’s part of the reason why competing to win is so important. Snagging fame at an Olympiad could mean endorsement deals that might not necessarily change your life, but certainly makes things a tad easier if you’re pushing a 9-to-5 job. ABC’s Catherine Thorbecke chronicles some of the Olympians who also have day jobs.

The desperation in Donald Trump’s campaign has become painstakingly evident. After the Republican presidential nominee’s entire camp nearly unraveled over his inability to cope with a Gold Star family criticizing him, a terrible interview with George Stephanopoulos and then saying any national election with him in it would be rigged, things have gone off the rails. He even went so far as to call Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton “the devil” on Monday, which is just truly bizarre. Shocker, people aren’t really into that tactic and the polls show it, too. ABC News’ Ryan Struyk reports.

Rich people do wild things with their money. Forget about exorbitant expenditures on everyday items that no one really needs, or throwing money at powerful political causes, but some things feel particularly egregious. Like when a gazillionaire decides to leave an outrageous sum of money to, say, his or her dog. We all love and respect pets, but it’s hard to understand why someone would do that when he or she could also help so many humans. VICE‘s Jules Suzdaltsev takes a look at how that actually works in real life.

When Yasiel Puig first broke into Major League Baseball, his story was fascinating. The tale of his humanly trafficked journey from Cuba instantly became the stuff of legend and his personality on and off the field was as outsized as that trek across the water from his island home nation. He was driving a different car to spring training every day wiling on the basepaths, hitting homers and throwing guys out all over the field. Well, those days are over and he might get demoted to the minors. As ESPN’s Doug Padilla notes, it’s never a dull moment with him.

Free Food

Coffee Break: Welp, Jordan Rodgers actually did it. He won The Bachelorette and is now engaged to be married to JoJo Fletcher. We’ve never really found out why he and his brother, Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers, don’t talk, but who cares? Bachelor in Paradise starts Tuesday night, which is the real gem program of this franchise, anyway.

Snack Time: If you’re not watching Stranger Things, you must be the only person in America with Netflix who isn’t. Check out this mixtape by DJ Yoda that features songs and music inspired by the show. (h/t @jackgoodson12)

Dessert: I’m not super into physical scare tactic comedy, but this is one very funny bit.

Daily Dose: 8/1/16

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

9:00 AMIn our latest edition of Locker Room Laywer with Domonique Foxworth, we tackle the tricky subject of what’s going on with Draymond Green. Needless to say, Fox thinks he might have won himself a few fans in the Olympic Village.

Just because you’re in the Olympics doesn’t mean you’re a full-time athlete. Not everyone has the financial luxury of dropping everything in order to achieve their dreams on the medal stand. It’s part of the reason why competing to win is so important. Snagging fame at an Olympiad could mean endorsement deals that might not necessarily change your life, but certainly makes things a tad easier if you’re pushing a 9-to-5 job. ABC’s Catherine Thorbecke chronicles some of the Olympians who also have day jobs.

The desperation in Donald Trump’s campaign has become painstakingly evident. After the Republican presidential nominee’s entire camp nearly unraveled over his inability to cope with a Gold Star family criticizing him, a terrible interview with George Stephanopoulos and then saying any national election with him in it would be rigged, things have gone off the rails. He even went so far as to call Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton “the devil” on Monday, which is just truly bizarre. Shocker, people aren’t really into that tactic and the polls show it, too. ABC News’ Ryan Struyk reports.

Rich people do wild things with their money. Forget about exorbitant expenditures on everyday items that no one really needs, or throwing money at powerful political causes, but some things feel particularly egregious. Like when a gazillionaire decides to leave an outrageous sum of money to, say, his or her dog. We all love and respect pets, but it’s hard to understand why someone would do that when he or she could also help so many humans. VICE‘s Jules Suzdaltsev takes a look at how that actually works in real life.

When Yasiel Puig first broke into Major League Baseball, his story was fascinating. The tale of his humanly trafficked journey from Cuba instantly became the stuff of legend and his personality on and off the field was as outsized as that trek across the water from his island home nation. He was driving a different car to spring training every day wiling on the basepaths, hitting homers and throwing guys out all over the field. Well, those days are over and he might get demoted to the minors. As ESPN’s Doug Padilla notes, it’s never a dull moment with him.

Free Food

Coffee Break: Welp, Jordan Rodgers actually did it. He won The Bachelorette and is now engaged to be married to JoJo Fletcher. We’ve never really found out why he and his brother, Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers, don’t talk, but who cares? Bachelor in Paradise starts Tuesday night, which is the real gem program of this franchise, anyway.

Snack Time: If you’re not watching Stranger Things, you must be the only person in America with Netflix who isn’t. Check out this mixtape by DJ Yoda that features songs and music inspired by the show. (h/t @jackgoodson12)

Dessert: I’m not super into physical scare tactic comedy, but this is one very funny bit.

Baron Batch gets popped

for graffiti tagging all over Pittsburgh

9:00 AMIn our latest edition of Locker Room Laywer with Domonique Foxworth, we tackle the tricky subject of what’s going on with Draymond Green. Needless to say, Fox thinks he might have won himself a few fans in the Olympic Village.

Just because you’re in the Olympics doesn’t mean you’re a full-time athlete. Not everyone has the financial luxury of dropping everything in order to achieve their dreams on the medal stand. It’s part of the reason why competing to win is so important. Snagging fame at an Olympiad could mean endorsement deals that might not necessarily change your life, but certainly makes things a tad easier if you’re pushing a 9-to-5 job. ABC’s Catherine Thorbecke chronicles some of the Olympians who also have day jobs.

The desperation in Donald Trump’s campaign has become painstakingly evident. After the Republican presidential nominee’s entire camp nearly unraveled over his inability to cope with a Gold Star family criticizing him, a terrible interview with George Stephanopoulos and then saying any national election with him in it would be rigged, things have gone off the rails. He even went so far as to call Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton “the devil” on Monday, which is just truly bizarre. Shocker, people aren’t really into that tactic and the polls show it, too. ABC News’ Ryan Struyk reports.

Rich people do wild things with their money. Forget about exorbitant expenditures on everyday items that no one really needs, or throwing money at powerful political causes, but some things feel particularly egregious. Like when a gazillionaire decides to leave an outrageous sum of money to, say, his or her dog. We all love and respect pets, but it’s hard to understand why someone would do that when he or she could also help so many humans. VICE‘s Jules Suzdaltsev takes a look at how that actually works in real life.

When Yasiel Puig first broke into Major League Baseball, his story was fascinating. The tale of his humanly trafficked journey from Cuba instantly became the stuff of legend and his personality on and off the field was as outsized as that trek across the water from his island home nation. He was driving a different car to spring training every day wiling on the basepaths, hitting homers and throwing guys out all over the field. Well, those days are over and he might get demoted to the minors. As ESPN’s Doug Padilla notes, it’s never a dull moment with him.

Free Food

Coffee Break: Welp, Jordan Rodgers actually did it. He won The Bachelorette and is now engaged to be married to JoJo Fletcher. We’ve never really found out why he and his brother, Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers, don’t talk, but who cares? Bachelor in Paradise starts Tuesday night, which is the real gem program of this franchise, anyway.

Snack Time: If you’re not watching Stranger Things, you must be the only person in America with Netflix who isn’t. Check out this mixtape by DJ Yoda that features songs and music inspired by the show. (h/t @jackgoodson12)

Dessert: I’m not super into physical scare tactic comedy, but this is one very funny bit.

Board on Saturday

Let’s go skating in Cuba

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

9:00 AMIn our latest edition of Locker Room Laywer with Domonique Foxworth, we tackle the tricky subject of what’s going on with Draymond Green. Needless to say, Fox thinks he might have won himself a few fans in the Olympic Village.

Just because you’re in the Olympics doesn’t mean you’re a full-time athlete. Not everyone has the financial luxury of dropping everything in order to achieve their dreams on the medal stand. It’s part of the reason why competing to win is so important. Snagging fame at an Olympiad could mean endorsement deals that might not necessarily change your life, but certainly makes things a tad easier if you’re pushing a 9-to-5 job. ABC’s Catherine Thorbecke chronicles some of the Olympians who also have day jobs.

The desperation in Donald Trump’s campaign has become painstakingly evident. After the Republican presidential nominee’s entire camp nearly unraveled over his inability to cope with a Gold Star family criticizing him, a terrible interview with George Stephanopoulos and then saying any national election with him in it would be rigged, things have gone off the rails. He even went so far as to call Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton “the devil” on Monday, which is just truly bizarre. Shocker, people aren’t really into that tactic and the polls show it, too. ABC News’ Ryan Struyk reports.

Rich people do wild things with their money. Forget about exorbitant expenditures on everyday items that no one really needs, or throwing money at powerful political causes, but some things feel particularly egregious. Like when a gazillionaire decides to leave an outrageous sum of money to, say, his or her dog. We all love and respect pets, but it’s hard to understand why someone would do that when he or she could also help so many humans. VICE‘s Jules Suzdaltsev takes a look at how that actually works in real life.

When Yasiel Puig first broke into Major League Baseball, his story was fascinating. The tale of his humanly trafficked journey from Cuba instantly became the stuff of legend and his personality on and off the field was as outsized as that trek across the water from his island home nation. He was driving a different car to spring training every day wiling on the basepaths, hitting homers and throwing guys out all over the field. Well, those days are over and he might get demoted to the minors. As ESPN’s Doug Padilla notes, it’s never a dull moment with him.

Free Food

Coffee Break: Welp, Jordan Rodgers actually did it. He won The Bachelorette and is now engaged to be married to JoJo Fletcher. We’ve never really found out why he and his brother, Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers, don’t talk, but who cares? Bachelor in Paradise starts Tuesday night, which is the real gem program of this franchise, anyway.

Snack Time: If you’re not watching Stranger Things, you must be the only person in America with Netflix who isn’t. Check out this mixtape by DJ Yoda that features songs and music inspired by the show. (h/t @jackgoodson12)

Dessert: I’m not super into physical scare tactic comedy, but this is one very funny bit.

‘Major Key’: An emoji review

DJ Khaled’s new album is 🔥🔥🔥

9:00 AMIn our latest edition of Locker Room Laywer with Domonique Foxworth, we tackle the tricky subject of what’s going on with Draymond Green. Needless to say, Fox thinks he might have won himself a few fans in the Olympic Village.

Just because you’re in the Olympics doesn’t mean you’re a full-time athlete. Not everyone has the financial luxury of dropping everything in order to achieve their dreams on the medal stand. It’s part of the reason why competing to win is so important. Snagging fame at an Olympiad could mean endorsement deals that might not necessarily change your life, but certainly makes things a tad easier if you’re pushing a 9-to-5 job. ABC’s Catherine Thorbecke chronicles some of the Olympians who also have day jobs.

The desperation in Donald Trump’s campaign has become painstakingly evident. After the Republican presidential nominee’s entire camp nearly unraveled over his inability to cope with a Gold Star family criticizing him, a terrible interview with George Stephanopoulos and then saying any national election with him in it would be rigged, things have gone off the rails. He even went so far as to call Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton “the devil” on Monday, which is just truly bizarre. Shocker, people aren’t really into that tactic and the polls show it, too. ABC News’ Ryan Struyk reports.

Rich people do wild things with their money. Forget about exorbitant expenditures on everyday items that no one really needs, or throwing money at powerful political causes, but some things feel particularly egregious. Like when a gazillionaire decides to leave an outrageous sum of money to, say, his or her dog. We all love and respect pets, but it’s hard to understand why someone would do that when he or she could also help so many humans. VICE‘s Jules Suzdaltsev takes a look at how that actually works in real life.

When Yasiel Puig first broke into Major League Baseball, his story was fascinating. The tale of his humanly trafficked journey from Cuba instantly became the stuff of legend and his personality on and off the field was as outsized as that trek across the water from his island home nation. He was driving a different car to spring training every day wiling on the basepaths, hitting homers and throwing guys out all over the field. Well, those days are over and he might get demoted to the minors. As ESPN’s Doug Padilla notes, it’s never a dull moment with him.

Free Food

Coffee Break: Welp, Jordan Rodgers actually did it. He won The Bachelorette and is now engaged to be married to JoJo Fletcher. We’ve never really found out why he and his brother, Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers, don’t talk, but who cares? Bachelor in Paradise starts Tuesday night, which is the real gem program of this franchise, anyway.

Snack Time: If you’re not watching Stranger Things, you must be the only person in America with Netflix who isn’t. Check out this mixtape by DJ Yoda that features songs and music inspired by the show. (h/t @jackgoodson12)

Dessert: I’m not super into physical scare tactic comedy, but this is one very funny bit.

Rep. Joyce Beatty rocked that outfit

and made a statement in more ways than one

9:00 AMIn our latest edition of Locker Room Laywer with Domonique Foxworth, we tackle the tricky subject of what’s going on with Draymond Green. Needless to say, Fox thinks he might have won himself a few fans in the Olympic Village.

Just because you’re in the Olympics doesn’t mean you’re a full-time athlete. Not everyone has the financial luxury of dropping everything in order to achieve their dreams on the medal stand. It’s part of the reason why competing to win is so important. Snagging fame at an Olympiad could mean endorsement deals that might not necessarily change your life, but certainly makes things a tad easier if you’re pushing a 9-to-5 job. ABC’s Catherine Thorbecke chronicles some of the Olympians who also have day jobs.

The desperation in Donald Trump’s campaign has become painstakingly evident. After the Republican presidential nominee’s entire camp nearly unraveled over his inability to cope with a Gold Star family criticizing him, a terrible interview with George Stephanopoulos and then saying any national election with him in it would be rigged, things have gone off the rails. He even went so far as to call Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton “the devil” on Monday, which is just truly bizarre. Shocker, people aren’t really into that tactic and the polls show it, too. ABC News’ Ryan Struyk reports.

Rich people do wild things with their money. Forget about exorbitant expenditures on everyday items that no one really needs, or throwing money at powerful political causes, but some things feel particularly egregious. Like when a gazillionaire decides to leave an outrageous sum of money to, say, his or her dog. We all love and respect pets, but it’s hard to understand why someone would do that when he or she could also help so many humans. VICE‘s Jules Suzdaltsev takes a look at how that actually works in real life.

When Yasiel Puig first broke into Major League Baseball, his story was fascinating. The tale of his humanly trafficked journey from Cuba instantly became the stuff of legend and his personality on and off the field was as outsized as that trek across the water from his island home nation. He was driving a different car to spring training every day wiling on the basepaths, hitting homers and throwing guys out all over the field. Well, those days are over and he might get demoted to the minors. As ESPN’s Doug Padilla notes, it’s never a dull moment with him.

Free Food

Coffee Break: Welp, Jordan Rodgers actually did it. He won The Bachelorette and is now engaged to be married to JoJo Fletcher. We’ve never really found out why he and his brother, Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers, don’t talk, but who cares? Bachelor in Paradise starts Tuesday night, which is the real gem program of this franchise, anyway.

Snack Time: If you’re not watching Stranger Things, you must be the only person in America with Netflix who isn’t. Check out this mixtape by DJ Yoda that features songs and music inspired by the show. (h/t @jackgoodson12)

Dessert: I’m not super into physical scare tactic comedy, but this is one very funny bit.

Daily Dose: 7/29/16

Hillary Clinton is very here for the haters

9:00 AMIn our latest edition of Locker Room Laywer with Domonique Foxworth, we tackle the tricky subject of what’s going on with Draymond Green. Needless to say, Fox thinks he might have won himself a few fans in the Olympic Village.

Just because you’re in the Olympics doesn’t mean you’re a full-time athlete. Not everyone has the financial luxury of dropping everything in order to achieve their dreams on the medal stand. It’s part of the reason why competing to win is so important. Snagging fame at an Olympiad could mean endorsement deals that might not necessarily change your life, but certainly makes things a tad easier if you’re pushing a 9-to-5 job. ABC’s Catherine Thorbecke chronicles some of the Olympians who also have day jobs.

The desperation in Donald Trump’s campaign has become painstakingly evident. After the Republican presidential nominee’s entire camp nearly unraveled over his inability to cope with a Gold Star family criticizing him, a terrible interview with George Stephanopoulos and then saying any national election with him in it would be rigged, things have gone off the rails. He even went so far as to call Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton “the devil” on Monday, which is just truly bizarre. Shocker, people aren’t really into that tactic and the polls show it, too. ABC News’ Ryan Struyk reports.

Rich people do wild things with their money. Forget about exorbitant expenditures on everyday items that no one really needs, or throwing money at powerful political causes, but some things feel particularly egregious. Like when a gazillionaire decides to leave an outrageous sum of money to, say, his or her dog. We all love and respect pets, but it’s hard to understand why someone would do that when he or she could also help so many humans. VICE‘s Jules Suzdaltsev takes a look at how that actually works in real life.

When Yasiel Puig first broke into Major League Baseball, his story was fascinating. The tale of his humanly trafficked journey from Cuba instantly became the stuff of legend and his personality on and off the field was as outsized as that trek across the water from his island home nation. He was driving a different car to spring training every day wiling on the basepaths, hitting homers and throwing guys out all over the field. Well, those days are over and he might get demoted to the minors. As ESPN’s Doug Padilla notes, it’s never a dull moment with him.

Free Food

Coffee Break: Welp, Jordan Rodgers actually did it. He won The Bachelorette and is now engaged to be married to JoJo Fletcher. We’ve never really found out why he and his brother, Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers, don’t talk, but who cares? Bachelor in Paradise starts Tuesday night, which is the real gem program of this franchise, anyway.

Snack Time: If you’re not watching Stranger Things, you must be the only person in America with Netflix who isn’t. Check out this mixtape by DJ Yoda that features songs and music inspired by the show. (h/t @jackgoodson12)

Dessert: I’m not super into physical scare tactic comedy, but this is one very funny bit.

These Arthur memes are out of control

How Twitter turned a childhood classic into a constant joke

9:00 AMIn our latest edition of Locker Room Laywer with Domonique Foxworth, we tackle the tricky subject of what’s going on with Draymond Green. Needless to say, Fox thinks he might have won himself a few fans in the Olympic Village.

Just because you’re in the Olympics doesn’t mean you’re a full-time athlete. Not everyone has the financial luxury of dropping everything in order to achieve their dreams on the medal stand. It’s part of the reason why competing to win is so important. Snagging fame at an Olympiad could mean endorsement deals that might not necessarily change your life, but certainly makes things a tad easier if you’re pushing a 9-to-5 job. ABC’s Catherine Thorbecke chronicles some of the Olympians who also have day jobs.

The desperation in Donald Trump’s campaign has become painstakingly evident. After the Republican presidential nominee’s entire camp nearly unraveled over his inability to cope with a Gold Star family criticizing him, a terrible interview with George Stephanopoulos and then saying any national election with him in it would be rigged, things have gone off the rails. He even went so far as to call Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton “the devil” on Monday, which is just truly bizarre. Shocker, people aren’t really into that tactic and the polls show it, too. ABC News’ Ryan Struyk reports.

Rich people do wild things with their money. Forget about exorbitant expenditures on everyday items that no one really needs, or throwing money at powerful political causes, but some things feel particularly egregious. Like when a gazillionaire decides to leave an outrageous sum of money to, say, his or her dog. We all love and respect pets, but it’s hard to understand why someone would do that when he or she could also help so many humans. VICE‘s Jules Suzdaltsev takes a look at how that actually works in real life.

When Yasiel Puig first broke into Major League Baseball, his story was fascinating. The tale of his humanly trafficked journey from Cuba instantly became the stuff of legend and his personality on and off the field was as outsized as that trek across the water from his island home nation. He was driving a different car to spring training every day wiling on the basepaths, hitting homers and throwing guys out all over the field. Well, those days are over and he might get demoted to the minors. As ESPN’s Doug Padilla notes, it’s never a dull moment with him.

Free Food

Coffee Break: Welp, Jordan Rodgers actually did it. He won The Bachelorette and is now engaged to be married to JoJo Fletcher. We’ve never really found out why he and his brother, Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers, don’t talk, but who cares? Bachelor in Paradise starts Tuesday night, which is the real gem program of this franchise, anyway.

Snack Time: If you’re not watching Stranger Things, you must be the only person in America with Netflix who isn’t. Check out this mixtape by DJ Yoda that features songs and music inspired by the show. (h/t @jackgoodson12)

Dessert: I’m not super into physical scare tactic comedy, but this is one very funny bit.

Vogue’s ’73 Questions with Serena Williams’

It’s a must-see video

9:00 AMIn our latest edition of Locker Room Laywer with Domonique Foxworth, we tackle the tricky subject of what’s going on with Draymond Green. Needless to say, Fox thinks he might have won himself a few fans in the Olympic Village.

Just because you’re in the Olympics doesn’t mean you’re a full-time athlete. Not everyone has the financial luxury of dropping everything in order to achieve their dreams on the medal stand. It’s part of the reason why competing to win is so important. Snagging fame at an Olympiad could mean endorsement deals that might not necessarily change your life, but certainly makes things a tad easier if you’re pushing a 9-to-5 job. ABC’s Catherine Thorbecke chronicles some of the Olympians who also have day jobs.

The desperation in Donald Trump’s campaign has become painstakingly evident. After the Republican presidential nominee’s entire camp nearly unraveled over his inability to cope with a Gold Star family criticizing him, a terrible interview with George Stephanopoulos and then saying any national election with him in it would be rigged, things have gone off the rails. He even went so far as to call Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton “the devil” on Monday, which is just truly bizarre. Shocker, people aren’t really into that tactic and the polls show it, too. ABC News’ Ryan Struyk reports.

Rich people do wild things with their money. Forget about exorbitant expenditures on everyday items that no one really needs, or throwing money at powerful political causes, but some things feel particularly egregious. Like when a gazillionaire decides to leave an outrageous sum of money to, say, his or her dog. We all love and respect pets, but it’s hard to understand why someone would do that when he or she could also help so many humans. VICE‘s Jules Suzdaltsev takes a look at how that actually works in real life.

When Yasiel Puig first broke into Major League Baseball, his story was fascinating. The tale of his humanly trafficked journey from Cuba instantly became the stuff of legend and his personality on and off the field was as outsized as that trek across the water from his island home nation. He was driving a different car to spring training every day wiling on the basepaths, hitting homers and throwing guys out all over the field. Well, those days are over and he might get demoted to the minors. As ESPN’s Doug Padilla notes, it’s never a dull moment with him.

Free Food

Coffee Break: Welp, Jordan Rodgers actually did it. He won The Bachelorette and is now engaged to be married to JoJo Fletcher. We’ve never really found out why he and his brother, Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers, don’t talk, but who cares? Bachelor in Paradise starts Tuesday night, which is the real gem program of this franchise, anyway.

Snack Time: If you’re not watching Stranger Things, you must be the only person in America with Netflix who isn’t. Check out this mixtape by DJ Yoda that features songs and music inspired by the show. (h/t @jackgoodson12)

Dessert: I’m not super into physical scare tactic comedy, but this is one very funny bit.

Remember when Bow Wow was great?

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

9:00 AMIn our latest edition of Locker Room Laywer with Domonique Foxworth, we tackle the tricky subject of what’s going on with Draymond Green. Needless to say, Fox thinks he might have won himself a few fans in the Olympic Village.

Just because you’re in the Olympics doesn’t mean you’re a full-time athlete. Not everyone has the financial luxury of dropping everything in order to achieve their dreams on the medal stand. It’s part of the reason why competing to win is so important. Snagging fame at an Olympiad could mean endorsement deals that might not necessarily change your life, but certainly makes things a tad easier if you’re pushing a 9-to-5 job. ABC’s Catherine Thorbecke chronicles some of the Olympians who also have day jobs.

The desperation in Donald Trump’s campaign has become painstakingly evident. After the Republican presidential nominee’s entire camp nearly unraveled over his inability to cope with a Gold Star family criticizing him, a terrible interview with George Stephanopoulos and then saying any national election with him in it would be rigged, things have gone off the rails. He even went so far as to call Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton “the devil” on Monday, which is just truly bizarre. Shocker, people aren’t really into that tactic and the polls show it, too. ABC News’ Ryan Struyk reports.

Rich people do wild things with their money. Forget about exorbitant expenditures on everyday items that no one really needs, or throwing money at powerful political causes, but some things feel particularly egregious. Like when a gazillionaire decides to leave an outrageous sum of money to, say, his or her dog. We all love and respect pets, but it’s hard to understand why someone would do that when he or she could also help so many humans. VICE‘s Jules Suzdaltsev takes a look at how that actually works in real life.

When Yasiel Puig first broke into Major League Baseball, his story was fascinating. The tale of his humanly trafficked journey from Cuba instantly became the stuff of legend and his personality on and off the field was as outsized as that trek across the water from his island home nation. He was driving a different car to spring training every day wiling on the basepaths, hitting homers and throwing guys out all over the field. Well, those days are over and he might get demoted to the minors. As ESPN’s Doug Padilla notes, it’s never a dull moment with him.

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Coffee Break: Welp, Jordan Rodgers actually did it. He won The Bachelorette and is now engaged to be married to JoJo Fletcher. We’ve never really found out why he and his brother, Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers, don’t talk, but who cares? Bachelor in Paradise starts Tuesday night, which is the real gem program of this franchise, anyway.

Snack Time: If you’re not watching Stranger Things, you must be the only person in America with Netflix who isn’t. Check out this mixtape by DJ Yoda that features songs and music inspired by the show. (h/t @jackgoodson12)

Dessert: I’m not super into physical scare tactic comedy, but this is one very funny bit.

Stance drops new hotness

This time, cartoon style

9:00 AMIn our latest edition of Locker Room Laywer with Domonique Foxworth, we tackle the tricky subject of what’s going on with Draymond Green. Needless to say, Fox thinks he might have won himself a few fans in the Olympic Village.

Just because you’re in the Olympics doesn’t mean you’re a full-time athlete. Not everyone has the financial luxury of dropping everything in order to achieve their dreams on the medal stand. It’s part of the reason why competing to win is so important. Snagging fame at an Olympiad could mean endorsement deals that might not necessarily change your life, but certainly makes things a tad easier if you’re pushing a 9-to-5 job. ABC’s Catherine Thorbecke chronicles some of the Olympians who also have day jobs.

The desperation in Donald Trump’s campaign has become painstakingly evident. After the Republican presidential nominee’s entire camp nearly unraveled over his inability to cope with a Gold Star family criticizing him, a terrible interview with George Stephanopoulos and then saying any national election with him in it would be rigged, things have gone off the rails. He even went so far as to call Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton “the devil” on Monday, which is just truly bizarre. Shocker, people aren’t really into that tactic and the polls show it, too. ABC News’ Ryan Struyk reports.

Rich people do wild things with their money. Forget about exorbitant expenditures on everyday items that no one really needs, or throwing money at powerful political causes, but some things feel particularly egregious. Like when a gazillionaire decides to leave an outrageous sum of money to, say, his or her dog. We all love and respect pets, but it’s hard to understand why someone would do that when he or she could also help so many humans. VICE‘s Jules Suzdaltsev takes a look at how that actually works in real life.

When Yasiel Puig first broke into Major League Baseball, his story was fascinating. The tale of his humanly trafficked journey from Cuba instantly became the stuff of legend and his personality on and off the field was as outsized as that trek across the water from his island home nation. He was driving a different car to spring training every day wiling on the basepaths, hitting homers and throwing guys out all over the field. Well, those days are over and he might get demoted to the minors. As ESPN’s Doug Padilla notes, it’s never a dull moment with him.

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Coffee Break: Welp, Jordan Rodgers actually did it. He won The Bachelorette and is now engaged to be married to JoJo Fletcher. We’ve never really found out why he and his brother, Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers, don’t talk, but who cares? Bachelor in Paradise starts Tuesday night, which is the real gem program of this franchise, anyway.

Snack Time: If you’re not watching Stranger Things, you must be the only person in America with Netflix who isn’t. Check out this mixtape by DJ Yoda that features songs and music inspired by the show. (h/t @jackgoodson12)

Dessert: I’m not super into physical scare tactic comedy, but this is one very funny bit.

Daily Dose: 7/28/16

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

9:00 AMIn our latest edition of Locker Room Laywer with Domonique Foxworth, we tackle the tricky subject of what’s going on with Draymond Green. Needless to say, Fox thinks he might have won himself a few fans in the Olympic Village.

Just because you’re in the Olympics doesn’t mean you’re a full-time athlete. Not everyone has the financial luxury of dropping everything in order to achieve their dreams on the medal stand. It’s part of the reason why competing to win is so important. Snagging fame at an Olympiad could mean endorsement deals that might not necessarily change your life, but certainly makes things a tad easier if you’re pushing a 9-to-5 job. ABC’s Catherine Thorbecke chronicles some of the Olympians who also have day jobs.

The desperation in Donald Trump’s campaign has become painstakingly evident. After the Republican presidential nominee’s entire camp nearly unraveled over his inability to cope with a Gold Star family criticizing him, a terrible interview with George Stephanopoulos and then saying any national election with him in it would be rigged, things have gone off the rails. He even went so far as to call Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton “the devil” on Monday, which is just truly bizarre. Shocker, people aren’t really into that tactic and the polls show it, too. ABC News’ Ryan Struyk reports.

Rich people do wild things with their money. Forget about exorbitant expenditures on everyday items that no one really needs, or throwing money at powerful political causes, but some things feel particularly egregious. Like when a gazillionaire decides to leave an outrageous sum of money to, say, his or her dog. We all love and respect pets, but it’s hard to understand why someone would do that when he or she could also help so many humans. VICE‘s Jules Suzdaltsev takes a look at how that actually works in real life.

When Yasiel Puig first broke into Major League Baseball, his story was fascinating. The tale of his humanly trafficked journey from Cuba instantly became the stuff of legend and his personality on and off the field was as outsized as that trek across the water from his island home nation. He was driving a different car to spring training every day wiling on the basepaths, hitting homers and throwing guys out all over the field. Well, those days are over and he might get demoted to the minors. As ESPN’s Doug Padilla notes, it’s never a dull moment with him.

Free Food

Coffee Break: Welp, Jordan Rodgers actually did it. He won The Bachelorette and is now engaged to be married to JoJo Fletcher. We’ve never really found out why he and his brother, Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers, don’t talk, but who cares? Bachelor in Paradise starts Tuesday night, which is the real gem program of this franchise, anyway.

Snack Time: If you’re not watching Stranger Things, you must be the only person in America with Netflix who isn’t. Check out this mixtape by DJ Yoda that features songs and music inspired by the show. (h/t @jackgoodson12)

Dessert: I’m not super into physical scare tactic comedy, but this is one very funny bit.