EVENTS: Florida launches huge relief operation for hurricane Irma.

LEFT: North Korea threatens ‘pain and suffering’ ahead of UN sanctions vote.

RIGHT: US calls for Monday vote on new North Korea sanction.

MARKETS: Investors will be focusing on Apples this week as they have an unveiling Tuesday.

SPORT: Football is back, players are still protesting the national anthem.

MUSIC: Action Bronson –  Blue Chips 7000

FACT: Recycling one glass jar saves enough energy to run your TV for three hours.

MISC: Check out isyourgirlfriendahorse.com to see if your girlfriend is a horse.



EVENTS: Florida gov. urges residents in Irma’s path to get out before it’s too late.

LEFT: Mueller seeks interviews with WH staff over Trump Tower meeting statement.

RIGHT: Graham wants to haul back Comey to testify on Clinton email case, says ‘I smell a rat’.

BUSINESS: Equifax – 143M US consumers affected by criminal cyber security breach.

SPORT: Patriots opening night met with Barstool Sports lead, Anti-Goodell Protest.



ENTERTAINMENT: ‘Veep’ to have final season in 2018.

FACT: Banging your head against a wall burns 150 calories an hour.

MISC: The recent finding of boron on Mars further opens the possibility that life could have once arisen on the planet, boron is needed to create RNA.




EVENTS: Hurricane Irma causes devastation in the Caribbean

LEFT: Putin to US: Don’t play along with North Korea

RIGHT: Putin condemns North Korea’s nuclear test, calls for talks

MARKETS: Energy helped U.S. stocks rebound.

SPORT: Myles Garrett of the Browns tweaked his ankle in practice.

MUSIC: LCD Soundsystem – American Dream

FACT: “I am.” is the shortest complete sentence in the English language.

MISC: Amazon is seeking a location for a new headquarters in North America.




EVENTS: South Florida residents prepare for arrival of Hurricane Irma.



LEFT: Trump administration announces plan to end DACA.

RIGHT: Republicans eye legislative fix as Trump ends DACA; Dems blast decision.

MARKETS: Hurricane Irma could be the largest ever in insured damage in the U.S., topping the record currently held by Hurricane Katrina in 2005.

SPORT: Red Sox caught using Apple Watch to steal signs in recent Yankees series.


SPORT 2: Houston Rockets sold for $2.2 Billion. 

FACT: The number symbol # is called an octothorp.

MISC: Colin Trevorrow has been removed as the director of Star Wars Episode IX.



EVENTS: Putin warns of a “Global Catastrophe” in North Korea situation.

LEFT: Attorneys general plan to sue Trump if he ends DACA.

RIGHT: Republicans divided on Trump’s expected DACA announcement.

MARKETS: United Technologies buys Rockwell Collins for 23 Billion.

SPORT: Le’Veon Bell signs tender and prepares to work for the Steelers.

MUSIC: The War on Drugs – A Deeper Understanding

FACT: The longest word that can be typed using only the right hand is “lollipop”.

MISC: Lumberton, TX




EVENTS: North Korea continues with nuclear tests.

LEFT: North Korea a ‘global threat,’ says IAEA chief after latest test.

RIGHT: North Korea reportedly appears to be readying for new launch.

MARKETS: Investors Hedge Their Bets Entering Choppiest Season for Markets.

SPORT: Alabama beats Florida State in most hyped season opener in NCAA history.

MUSIC: Cozy Tapes Vol. 2

FACT: In every episode of Seinfeld there is a Superman somewhere.

MISC: Long exposure





EVENTS: A UK minister held face-to-face meeting with North Korean ambassador to condemn missle tests.

LEFT: Trump energy official resigns after attributing controversial comments to hacking.

RIGHT: Trump expected to announce end to Obama era DACA.

MARKETS: Price gouging in Texas post-Harvey brings water to 99$ a case.

SPORT: Pro-bowl corner, Joe Haden, signs with Steelers.


MUSIC: Drake donates $200,000 to Harvey relief efforts.

FACT: The 57 on Heinz ketchup bottles represents the number of varieties of pickles the company once had.

More on Harvey: Texans worry about toxins entering the air from factory failures.



EVENTS: There was a Chemical explosion in Houston.

LEFT: Trump administration’s mixed North Korea signals raise questions about US strategy

RIGHT: 41% of voters approve of Trump’s performance.

MARKETS: September is coming, the worst month for the stock market.

SPORT: ESPN football analyst quits over the brain toll of the sport.

MUSIC:  Queens of the Stone Age – Villains

FACT: A shrimp’s heart is in it’s head.

MISC: Painting on a rock.




EVENTS: Hero cop, Sgt. Steve Perez, 60, dies trying to save Houston residents.

LEFT: Trump may have to choose between Harvey victims and Wall.

RIGHT: Trump warns N. Korea, ‘All options are on the table.’

MARKETS: Markets suffer from N. Korea and Harvey chaos.

SPORT: Cavaliers/Celtics trade at standstill as Cavs look for more compensation.

PIZZA:  Dominoes is testing self-driving pizza delivery vehicles.


FACT: The city of London is still paying rent of a sharp axe, a billhook, 6 horseshoes, and 61 nails to the Queen on a property leased in 1211.

More on Harvey: Mega-Church owner, Joel Osteen, continues to take heat for not opening the doors of his 17,000 person church to flood victims.






EVENTS: North Korea fired a missile over Japan.

LEFT: Thousands rescued as Harvey’s water rises.

RIGHT: Houston Area to Get Boat Rescues from Bass Pro Shops.

MARKETS: Stocks were mixed and quiet overall.

SPORT: Matt Stafford made a 5-year deal with the Lions for $27 million a year.

MUSIC:  XXXTenacion – 17

FACT: About 90% of tires on the road are under inflated.

MISC: Furniture store providing shelter in Texas.