Sen. Al Franken, who got his start in television on Saturday Night Live, returns to the little screen today for an appearance on the game show "Jeopardy." Franken will match his knowledge of minutiae with other contestants in a charity benefit episode. Franken will be playing to help the USO, which aids U.S.. military members and their families. If Franken wins, the USO gets $50,000. If he loses, the group still gets $10,000. The show airs at 3:30 Central Time on NBC.
A Duluth native who just barely lost Virginia's GOP gubernatorial primary said that politicians have not gone far enough in condemning the left for violence during a rally of white nationalists in Charlottesville. "I think that the left is going to try to use this as an excuse to crack down on conservative free speech," said Corey Stewart. "I think they're going to try to use this as an excuse to remove more historical monuments."