The Super Bowl champion Philadelphia Eagles’ White House visit has been canceled due to the controversy over standing for the National Anthem at NFL games, President Donald Trump announced Monday.
Sarah Sanders refuses to explain false statement on Trump Tower meeting:
White House press secretary Sarah Sanders repeatedly refused Monday to account for the discrepancy between contradictory statements she and President Donald Trump’s lawyers made about the President’s role in dictating the 2016 Trump Tower meeting response.
Supreme Court rules for Colorado baker in same-sex wedding cake case:
The Supreme Court ruled in favor of a Colorado baker who refused to bake a cake to celebrate the marriage of a same sex couple because of a religious objection.
Serena Williams Withdraws from 2018 French Open Due to Pectoral Injury:
Serena Williams has withdrawn from the 2018 French Open due to a pectoral injury.
The American was set to meet Maria Sharapova in the fourth round on Monday but will play no further part at Roland Garros this year, per Mary Carillo on the Tennis Channel:
Williams explained the situation and expressed her immense disappointment, per the French Open’s Twitter feed:
“I unfortunately [have] been having some issues with my pec muscle. … Right now I can’t actually serve, so it’s actually hard to play when I can’t physically serve. In my doubles yesterday, I tried a lot of different tapings and support. It didn’t get a lot better.
Howard Schultz is leaving Starbucks — and says he may consider running for president.
Starbucks () announced Monday that Schultz will step down later this month as executive chairman, the end of a 36-year run at the company
In an interview with The New York Times, he acknowledged that he may consider a bid for the White House.
CLICK HERE to read story