Pam Bondi faced a tight reelection race during the March fundraiser, which cost an estimated $3,000 per-person to attend.

Plus, Colin Kaepernick jerseys soar to #1 on the Niners website and poll finds that support for Black Lives Matter growing among young white adults.


Colin Kaepernick's National Anthem protest raises the question of who determines who's American.

The quarterback recently declared he will not stand during the national anthem until race relations change for the better and justice is served. As expected, the 28-year-old has received plenty of backlash for the profound protest, but he's also received support.

People were surprised when teammate Eric Reid and Seattle Seahawk Jeremy Lane sat out as well in response to strained race relations in America.

Plus, Rachel Dolezal is back headlining a natural hair rally and Ferguson's police department is having a hard time filling vacancies.

A few weeks ago, the Carolina Panthers quarterback said, 'We’re beyond that as a nation' when asked about race relations, and his latest comment may be just as controversial.

#VeteransForKaepernick is trending and it's spectacular.


Ever since the news first broke that San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick publicly announced that he would no longer stand during the national anthem due to the way black people are treated in this country, there have been a flood of opinions of both support and disagreement. On Tuesday, former NFL player Rodney Harrison […]

Like many others, the former football player agrees with quarterback's cause, just not the way he's going about it.

It's unclear if the San Francisco 49ers legend was being critical of the Black Lives Matter movement, but the phrase 'all lives matter' is often used as a retort to criticize the movement.

"If they take football away, my endorsements from me, I know that I stood up for what is right."