People who are older, less educated and living in rural communities are most likely to support punishing NFL players.
President Donald Trump said he was respecting the flag and American veterans when he decried NFL players who take a knee during the national anthem to protest, but more and more veterans are telling the president he's wrong.
"It'll get you a ride on a Greyhound bus," one team owner told drivers thinking of protesting.
The iconic star sang "Goodbye to You" with Patty Smyth to images of Bannon, Spicer and Scaramucci, and later donned a yellow Star of David.
The attorney general had previously said the incident "does meet the definition of domestic terrorism."
President Donald Trump went back to blaming "both sides" for Saturday's violence in Charlottesville at a surreal press conference.
The president criticized pharmaceutical executive Kenneth C. Frazier, who in his resignation statement said he was taking a "stand against intolerance and extremism."
"He threw an airball so far away it landed in the Third Reich."
The online music store and promotional platform makes 15 percent from all digital sales, and 10 percent from all merchandise sales on the site.
Seventy percent of voters said they thought black-on-black crime was a bigger problem than police violence against African-Americans.
The "Silent Protest Parade," as it came to be known, was the first mass African-American demonstration of its kind.
It will depict their arrest, trial, and jail time after their infamous protest of Vladimir Putin.
Navalny has rallied thousands to protests in Russia but the electoral commission says he has "no chance" of running in 2018.
Even on his birthday, President Donald Trump won't be able to escape protesters or ties to Russia.
Chief Vladimir Putin critic Alexei Navalny was arrested Monday for the second time in three months.
Alexei Navalny mobilized millions in March in an anti-corruption rally targeted at the Russian prime minister.
Alexey Navalny summoned thousands in March and Moscow police issued a warning on the eve of the next protest.
Protests calling for the president to step down over a continuing economic crisis have killed 59 people.
Dimon, a longtime Democrat, defended his place on the council saying, "I would try to help any president of the United States because I'm a patriot."
In a rare show of mass political activism, Muscovites took on the government's $62 billion redevelopment plans.