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Waka Flocka Flame Bashes NFL’s Maroon 5 Pick For Super Bowl Halftime Show in Atlanta

Waka Flocka Flame NFL Fumbled Halftime … Performer Should Be Black!!! 9/20/2018 12:40 AM PDT EXCLUSIVE Waka Flocka Flame is throwing penalty flags at the NFL for choosing Maroon 5 for the halftime performance at this year’s Super Bowl in Atlanta, because he believes the performers should be black. Waka tells TMZ Sports … he’s upset with the NFL’s decision to shun the incredibly long list of Atlanta rappers in favor of a more mainstream performer.   Flocka tells us why Colin Kaepernick’s movement could’ve influenced the halftime show  … and says the NFL is just plain tone-deaf … disrespecting so many players and fans.  Waka gives us his picks for the halftime show … and how to make the Super Bowl go hard in the paint.

Moon: Kim seeks second Trump summit ‘at an early date’

Click to expand Replay Video SETTINGS OFF HD HQ SD LO UP NEXT Video by Time North Korean leader Kim Jong Un is hoping for a second summit with US President Donald Trump soon, the South’s President Moon Jae-in said Thursday after a three-day trip to his neighbour. “Chairman Kim Jong Un expressed hopes for a second summit with President Trump at an early date,” Moon told reporters on his return to Seoul. Kim and Trump held a historic and high-profile meeting in Singapore in June, where the North’s leader committed to work towards denuclearisation of the Korean peninsula, but no details were agreed. Slideshow by photo services Washington and Pyongyang have subsequently sparred over what that means and how it will be achieved, with the Trump administration consistently ...

Kavanaugh Drama Risks Driving Moderates, Women Away From GOP

© Jacquelyn Martin/ AP Photo Supreme Court Justice nominee Brett Kavanaugh, right, talks with Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Fla., Wednesday, Aug. 1, 2018, on Capitol Hill in Washington. (AP Photo/Jacquelyn Martin) (Bloomberg) — The sexual assault accusation against Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh is forcing its way into the midterm campaign, undercutting one of the GOP’s strongest issues for its base and risking a further erosion of support from women and independent voters who will be crucial to deciding which party controls Congress after November. Republicans have been treading carefully in dealing with the accusation by college professor Christine Blasey Ford that Kavanaugh attacked her while they both were in high school. That’s been evident in the careful statements from President ...

Kavanaugh and Blasey Ford Deserve Blind Justice

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US Marines sprint toward raging fire to help save dozens of senior citizens

Dozens of senior citizens were saved from a raging apartment fire thanks to Washington D.C. firefighters and several U.S. Marines, eyewitness video showed. The Marines, who weren’t wearing fire gear, sprinted toward the two-alarm fire at the Arthur Capper Senior Public Housing building in Washington on Wednesday. “Marines rushed into the building to rescue those who needed assistance and evacuated residents to the Marine Barracks Washington Annex where they were checked and treated for any injuries and sheltered until their loved ones arrived,” according to a statement from the Marines posted on Facebook. The Marines who responded were from a barracks located just down the street from the inflamed building. Flames burst through the roof of the four-story building as firef...

WATCH: Feds offer new guidelines to fight obesity

Now Playing: Robin Roberts celebrates the 6th anniversary of her bone marrow Now Playing: Young Drake fan speaks out for 1st time since heart transplant Now Playing: Feds offer new guidelines to fight obesity Now Playing: ICYMI: Watch this power couple’s extreme workout Now Playing: What to know about added sugars in yogurt Now Playing: Celebrity trainer Ian Smith shares an at-home fall workout routine Now Playing: Trainer to the stars Jeanette Jenkins shares her 5-step wellness routine Now Playing: Hurricane Florence flooding brings health risks Now Playing: People benefit from just 13 minutes of exercise, study finds Now Playing: Genetically modified mosquitoes could eradicate malaria Now Playing: Amazing advancements against cancer, but not everyone benefits Now Playing: FDA calls...

Body recovered from being submerged in over 1,000 feet of water in Lake Tahoe

Authorities recovered the body of Chaitanya Datla, 33, over 1,000 feet in the depths of Lake Tahoe on Monday.  (El Dorado County Sheriff’s Office) Authorities recovered the body of a missing man on Monday after an “unprecedented” recovery that required a remote-operated vehicle to travel 1,000 feet underwater at  Lake Tahoe.  Chaitanya Datla, 33, was found in the lake’s depths by the Douglas County Sheriff’s Office’s marine unit, the El Dorado County Sheriff’s Office said in a release. “This search and recovery effort was unprecedented in Lake Tahoe due to the extreme depths and the technology needed to facilitate this type of recovery,” the release said.  The body of Chaitanya Datla, 33, was found in the depths of Lake Tahoe on Monday....

Kavanaugh opposition loses steam as his accuser balks at testifying

After the nation was riveted by the Senate testimony of Anita Hill and Clarence Thomas, the Supreme Court nomination came to a vote. Democrats controlled the Senate. Joe Biden had chaired the hearings. And yet Thomas was confirmed, with 11 Democrats joining 41 Republicans to provide the margin of victory (and two Republicans voting against him). That would be inconceivable today. The hyperpartisan nature of today’s politics would never allow so many Democrats to defect in favor of a Republican president’s nominee, one who was not only extremely conservative but had faced a last-minute accusation of sexual harassment. With Brett Kavanaugh’s nomination now on the line after an eleventh-hour charge of long-ago sexual assault, it’s become a cliché to say that America is a ver...

Dutch rail crash: Four children killed in electric cart

Image copyright EPA Image caption The cause of the collision at a protected level crossing in Oss was unclear Four children from a Dutch day-care centre have died in a collision involving a train and an electric cart driven by a supervisor. The children were being taken to local schools in the cart when the accident happened on a level crossing in the southern town of Oss, west of Nijmegen. A fifth child and a woman were seriously hurt in the crash. The woman on the back of the cart had just dropped off a child at one school before setting off for another. The children who died near Oss-West station were of primary-school age, which in the Netherlands can start at four. What led to crash? Although the level crossing has barriers, unconfirmed reports suggest the cart carrying the five child...

Jet Airways: Passengers hurt as pilots ‘forget’ cabin pressure

Image copyright Reuters Image caption Jet Airways is one of India’s leading carriers More than 30 Indian passengers, some bleeding from their noses and ears, have received treatment after pilots ‘forgot’ to turn on a switch regulating cabin pressure, officials said. Jet Airways flight 9W 697 from Mumbai to Jaipur turned back shortly after take off. Videos tweeted by passengers aboard the plane showed oxygen masks deployed inside the aircraft. The Boeing 737, which was carrying 166 passengers, landed safely. The aviation ministry has said the cockpit crew has been taken off duty pending investigation. Lalit Gupta, a senior official of India’s aviation regulator, the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA), told the Hindustan Times newspaper that the crew had for...

‘Start Here’: Trump, Ford, Mavericks. What you need to know to start your day.

It’s Thursday, Sept. 20, 2018. Here’s what you need to start your day: 1. GOP moving toward vote if Kavanaugh accuser doesn’t testify Republicans could be headed for a vote on the confirmation of Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh if the woman who’s accused him of sexual assault, Christine Blasey Ford, doesn’t agree to appear before the Senate Judiciary Committee on Monday. GOP leaders are calling on her to accept the invitation to the hearing, but she’s requesting an investigation into the matter before agreeing to testify. Democrats are siding with Ford and have criticized Republicans for not doing enough to accommodate her. ABC News Congressional Correspondent Mary Bruce and ABC News Deputy Political Director MaryAlice Parks warn us it’s only...

The Note: Politics flip around Kavanaugh nomination

The TAKE with Rick Klein It may be that – again, and for now – Brett Kavanaugh has a path to be confirmed to the Supreme Court. But it wasn’t supposed to play out like this. Thursday was supposed to be the day Kavanaugh was voted out of the Senate Judiciary Committee – a marker that promised to rally GOP voters, and put red state Democrats in the awkward position of explaining why they might vote no. Now, that’s delayed, and also reversed. Democrats have become newly energized in the stop Kavanaugh effort – messaging that dovetails with the pro-women messaging they’ve long been pushing in the midterms. Sen. Claire McCaskill, D-Mo., announced her opposition to Kavanaugh, despite the tough race she’s locked in. If the committee and then the Senate moves ahead on Kavanaugh without hearing fro...