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Commanders mistake and Billy the goat

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According to recently unsealed documents, Aretha Franklin was tracked by the FBI. They indicate the FBI was keeping tabs on the singer's civil rights activism and her friendships with Martin Luther King Jr and Angela Davis in the '60s and '70s. The file also included several credible death threats against Aretha Franklin.

Nick Cannon, host of The Masked Singer, is celebrating the birth of his ninth child. Late Wednesday night, Cannon and model La Nisha Cole welcomed their newborn daughter into the world. Cannon took to social media to share the news, posting pictures of the baby, who is named Onyx Ice Cole Cannon. Nick also asked for only good thoughts and prayers from fans, which he'll need as he prepares for the arrival of two more children from two other mothers before the end of the year, making him a father of eleven.

Apparently Washington D.C.'s NFL team is still trying to figure out its new identity. Last weekend, the Commanders were selling promotional mugs outside FedEx Field, designed with their logo on a silhouette of Washington. However, the mugs did not have the silhouette of the District of Columbia, but the great state of Washington. Sports Illustrated confirms this mistake was made before with promotional Washington license plates a few years ago.

A piece of NBA history from Michael Jordan's final run with the Chicago Bulls is selling for a record-price. The prized jersey comes from Jordan's sixth NBA championship run and "Last Dance" with the Bulls. Jordan's game-worn jersey from Game 1 of the 1998 NBA Finals has sold at auction for more than ten million dollars.

This year's finalists for the National Toy Hall of Fame have been announced. The Strong National Museum of Play says the field of 12 includes bingo, the board game Catan, the card games Phase 10 and Rack-O, Breyer horses, Lite-Brite, Masters of the Universe, Nerf toys, the pinata, Pound Puppies, Spirograph and the spinning top. Three of the 12 finalists will be inducted into the National Toy Hall of Fame on November 10th.

If you find yourself in Arizona, watch out for loose goats. The Maricopa County Sheriff's Office said in a Twitter post that a goat, which they dubbed Billy, "terrorized some residents of Tonopah " for hours by causing damage to a garage door and an electrical cord before chasing a resident around a car. According to the Twitter post, "Deputies from District 2 were able to take Billy into custody, at which point he assaulted one of our deputies by urinating on them." Billy was put into "special handcuffs" and turned over to Livestock Control. Billy was charged with trespassing, assault, criminal damage and disorderly conduct.

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