Trump has used Lee Greenwood’s song as a backing track multiple times.
Amazon's latest bid to boost its smart assistant's skill set is centered around kids. Oh, and a big pile of money. Alexa Skills Challenge: Kids wants Alexa tricks aimed at kids under the age of 13, with the best ones claiming cash prizes from a fund…
Six men and two women died in a crash involving two lorries and a minibus near Newport Pagnell.
Lisa Parratt’s pet food bank is one of several which have popped up around the UK.
A Scotland Office minister says that the UK wants to split subsidy payments from any transitional Brexit deal.
Barnaby Joyce, who was declared ineligible to sit in Parliament and now faces a by-election, has already prepared a letter to New England voters apologising for the “uncertainty” they now face, and was seen at the pub showing off his knowledge of the local towns and landmarks.
The National Party is without a leadership team and its relationship with the Liberal Party could be in tatters, with squabbles over who should fill in for the Prime Minister now Barnaby Joyce has lost his job as deputy, and the Nationals fighting to retain a Senate spot that should go to the Liberals.
Finally, a backpack designed to withstand the rigors of café racing.
And it wasn’t included in Trump’s announcement yesterday.
The quiet but effective way Kaepernick has created the take a knee movement would resonate with the baseball legend whose brilliance helped combat the terrible racism he encountered in the 1940s and 50s
When Time magazine conducted a poll in 1947 with the aim of identifying the most popular person in America, Bing Crosby came out on top. Close behind was Jackie Robinson, the baseball player who, earlier in the year, had become the first African American to compete in the major leagues. Not everyone had cheered that seismic event. Some teams threatened to strike rather than play against a team including Robinson. Individual opponents greeted his appearance on the field with shouts of “Hey, nigger, why don’t you go back to the cotton field, where you belong?” That, and much worse.
Robinson channelled his anger into performance. Outwardly he bore the insults with a stoicism strengthened by his prior experience of racism as a teenager in Pasadena, when a sheriff pulled a gun on him for daring to swim in a municipal pool, and while serving with the US forces in 1944. As an infantry lieutenant at Fort Hood in Texas he had been court-martialed after challenging the driver of an army bus who commanded him, in contravention of a military anti-segregation order, to move to the back. The charges against him were later dismissed.