The debate over taking a knee during the national anthem is a distraction from real problems in the US, former NBA chief David Stern told CNBC.
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Gooddell said he has not spoken with President Donald Trump about the protests.
It has been another near-record warm year for the planet, and September was among the five warmest months.
Delta Air Lines will retire its Boeing 747s. Meet its replacement: The sleek, two-engine Airbus A350.
"The players have the right to express themselves," well-known sports agent Drew Rosenhaus says.
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Clinton also called on China to take a "more outfront role" in enforcing sanctions against North Korea.
PG&E could be on the hook for up to $6 billion in damages if found liable for the California wildfires, according to a fire attorney.
Airbus is taking a majority stake in a small jet program mired in a trade dispute.
Delta says it looks forward to getting its C Series jets after Airbus reached a deal with disputed manufacturer Bombardier.
"This man in the Oval Office is a soulless coward who thinks that he can only become large by belittling others," Popovich said.
The discovery is significant in part because it is the first time researchers have detected light along with the gravitational waves.
The Weinstein Company is also negotiating with Barrack's Colony Capital the possible sale of part or all of its assets.
Schools and hospitals are closed, many public transport and aviation services have ceased operations as the post-tropical cyclone makes landfall.
Free-agent quarterback Colin Kaepernick filed a grievance against the NFL.
Public spaces and a shared unique history is the glue that binds small towns together, singer Dar Williams told CNBC.
London's Metropolitan Police force is investigating three new allegations of sexual assault against movie producer Harvey Weinstein.
CNBC took a look at five part-time jobs that are growing in popularity, and don't require much experience or special expertise.
The NFL's operations manual says players must be on the sidelines during the anthem and should stand, N.Y. Times reports.
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