EVENTS: Public urged to stay clear of Florida Keys as coastlines are littered with debris and highway is underwater or blocked, frustrating first responders
LEFT: White House denies reports that Trump lawyers thought Kushner should step down
RIGHT: White House says DOJ ‘should certainly look at’ prosecuting James Comey
MARKETS: Julian Robertson, a legendary hedge fund manager, thinks disaster will strike Wall Street if the Federal Reserve doesn’t keep raising interest rates
SPORT: Golden State Warriors and Rakuten Agree to Reported $20 Million Per Year Jersey Sponsorship
TECH: Apple announces $999 Iphone X
FACT: When hippos are upset, their sweat turns red
MISC: This LaFerrari Aperta supercar just sold at a charity auction for a record €8.3 million ($10 million) — the most money ever fetched by a 21st century vehicle.
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: 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.