Protests Muted Week After NFL Responds To Trump CriticismMore than 200 players kneeled or sat during the anthem last Sunday after Trump criticized the NFL in a speech and a series of tweets . A week later, the protests had diminished, even after the president tweeted about the anthem the day before.
Cowboys Fan Gov. Christie Praises Team's Actions Before Anthem Devoted Dallas Cowboys fan Chris Christie says how the team handled its protest around the national anthem was "perfect."
NBA Media Days Certain To Have Plenty Of Trump TalkPolitics will be center stage across the NBA on Monday when 28 teams gather for their media days — the annual precursor to the start of training camps.
Choppy: Thank You, CanadaWhen country singer Brent Kissel's microphone wasn't up to par, he decided to ask the fans to help sing. The Star-Spangled Banner. In Canada!?
Canadian Crowd At NHL Playoff Game Sings Star Spangled Banner After Singer's Mic MalfunctionsSunday night's anthem ceremony from Edmonton ahead of the Oilers-Ducks game was one fans and players of both teams won't forget anytime soon.
National Anthem Protests Unseen At Cowboys Season OpenerFootball games across the country took time to honor the anniversary of September 11th, but that didn't stop some players from continuing the trend set by Colin Kaepernick of taking a knee in protest during the national anthem.
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Dramatic "Star-Spangled Banner" PerformancePieces of music can usually be described as major or minor. The Star-Spangled Banner is always performed in a major key. When done in minor, it turns into something much more dramatic.
Singers From Booker T. Give Star-Spangled NCAA PerformanceBefore basketball history was made Monday at AT&T Stadium, a very talented group of singers took to the court. The singers, who backed up country singer Darius Rucker, were all from Booker T. Washington High School in Dallas.