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The street artist used an analogy of a broken pipe flooding a downstairs apartment to explain why systemic racism "is a white problem."
The New Orleans Saints quarterback was slammed by fans and fellow athletes after arguing the gesture amounts to "disrespecting the flag."
The 70-by-140-foot flag usually flies from a 400-foot flagpole in Sheboygan, Wisconsin.
Commemorations of fallen soldiers were canceled or toned down across the country.
If you love to rock tie-dye, American flags or groovy headbands, you can thank Woodstock for the fashion inspiration.
The Supreme Court ruled in 1989 that flag-burning is "symbolic speech" protected by the Constitution.
"When it comes to the American flagpole, and American embassies, and capitals around the world, one American flag flies," the vice president said.
The new movie about the moon landing is basically a star-spangled orgy. Even without the flag-planting scene.
His clashes with Trump would explain the decision not to keep the flag at half-staff, Sen. Jim Inhofe said.