Roundup: Walmart to Dramatically Step Back From Ammo Sales; Ariana Grande Suing Forever 21; Riots in South Africa – The Big Lead

Walmart plans to dramatically step back from ammunition salesJonah Hill engaged to Gianna Santos… Trump administration diverts $3.6 billion from military for border wallTrump congratulates Poland as it mourns anniversary of Nazi invasion… Chef Jose Andres mobilizes hurricane relief effort… Boris Johnson to call for snap election… Simone Biles breaks silence following brother’s arrestSouth African riots kill five… Former American Idol contestant Haley Smith dies in motorcycle accident Ariana Grande suing Forever 21 for $10 million… Chicago mayor to Ted Cruz over city shootings: ‘Keep our name out of your mouth’… Judge rules White House must give Playboy columnist Brian Karem his press pass backCherokee Nation names first ever delegate to Congress… Teenage boy goes blind after existing on Pringles, white bread and french friesLeslie Jones bids SNL farewell

Ida and Louise Cook, Two Unusual Heroines of the Second World War [New Yorker]

The WNBA is Putting On Some of the Best Pro Basketball in America [New York Times]

Lana Del Rey Is the Benevolent Spirit Guide of Our Times [Ringer]

Inside the NFL’s Most Hyped Team [Bleacher Report]


Even better in slow motion ? pic.twitter.com/sQyP3fhDR8

— Daniel Holland (@DannyDutch) September 3, 2019

Nailed it

Yo, Jake Bauers has a cannon. pic.twitter.com/JGapjxV7UL

— Subscribe to Cut4 on YouTube!!!! (@Cut4) September 3, 2019

Johnny Car Insurance doesn’t have the same ring, I suppose.

Johnny Car Insurance @JManziel2 on billboards now? They really tried to compare @bakermayfield to this guy? ? pic.twitter.com/XsZyPOh2dB

— ? (@ab89) September 2, 2019

Everything is fine.

BBC report accompanied by visual metaphor for state of the UK government: pic.twitter.com/fwb31WyZCx

— Timothy Burke (@bubbaprog) September 3, 2019

Your morning comic.

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