'Grooming': The ubiquitous buzzword in LGBTQ school debate
Proponents of restrictions on how U.S. public schools address sexual orientation and gender identity say their ultimate goal is to allow parents more involvement in their children’s education and ensure classroom materials are age-appropriate.
QAnon's 'Save the Children' morphs into popular slogan
A group holds signs rallying in support of the Save the Children movement, calling for an end to child trafficking Sept. 26, 2020, in Morris, Ill. The movement’s rise has complicated the efforts of the humanitarian organization called Save the Children and other nonprofits that work to help the world’s needy children. Some also use the platform to launch private groups where they swap tips, rumors and stories about child trafficking. While Trump has not made “Save the Children” part of his campaign, he has twice publicly praised QAnon's mission. But the connections among “Save the Children,” QAnon, and Trump still permeate social media.
Lyon wins 5th straight women's Champions League title
Lyon players pose with trophy after winning the Women's Champions League final soccer match between Wolfsburg and Lyon at the Anoeta stadium in San Sebastian, Spain, Sunday, Aug. 30, 2020. (Gabriel Buoys/Pool via AP)SAN SEBASTIN SAN SEBASTILyon extended its European dominance by beating Wolfsburg 3-1 to win its fifth straight women's Champions League title on Sunday. Eugnie Le Sommer, Saki Kumagai and Sara Bjork Gunnarsdttir scored for Lyon as it clinched a record-extending seventh Champions League trophy. Its actually quite difficult to believe we have managed our fifth straight title, to be honest," Bouhaddi said. It was Wolfsburg's first loss in 41 games, since a 4-2 home defeat in the Champions League quarterfinals against Lyon in March 2019.
Texas A&M, Jimbo Fisher handed recruiting penalties by NCAA
COLLEGE STATION, Texas Texas A&M's football program was placed on probation and coach Jimbo Fisher given a six-month show cause order by the NCAA on Thursday after the Aggies were found to have violated recruiting and other rules beginning in January 2018. Fisher, who had just been hired by Texas A&M, and an assistant coach had impermissible contact with a recruit, the NCAA said without identifying the coaches by name. The negotiated resolution with the NCAA came after it found Fisher failed to promote an atmosphere of compliance." The program itself was fined $5,000 and given several other recruiting restrictions after the NCAA found that several players exceeded activity limits on multiple occasions during the 2018 offseason. They said circumstances resulting from the COVID-19 pandemic could impact how the remaining recruiting restrictions are implemented.