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Healthier meals in the metro? Metro Council President David James joins Tony.
The United States and South Korea are working to keep the summit on track even after President Donald Trump said “there’s a very substantial chance” it won’t go off as planned.
NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell announced Wednesday that the football league's players who are on the field will need to stand for the national anthem -- capping months of controversy and coming in the wake of a series of player protests. Goodell said that when the new season kicks off in the fall, all players and NFL team personnel "shall stand and show respect for the flag and the anthem." He said players who choose not to stand for the national anthem under the new policy, which was panned by the players union, will be allowed to remain in the locker room until the performance of the "Star-Spangled Banner" is complete. The NFL Players Association said league officials did not consult with the union in the development of the new policy and at least one team chairman has already said it will not stop his players from continuing to take a knee on the field during the national anthem.