Cowboys Fall to Packers, Trump Digs in on Border Wall, Richardson Amber Alert Update: Your Monday Morning Roundup

Good morning. Here is a look at the top headlines as we start the day.⛅ Weather: Mostly sunny to partly cloudy, becoming windy, and hot with near-record heat. High: 95 degrees.Do you want to get this roundup via email? Sign up for our newsletters here.Cowboys fall 35-31 to Packers as a back-and-forth game goes to the last minuteYou've already seen it, but Aaron Rodgers did again. He ripped the Dallas Cowboys' hearts out in the final seconds Sunday afternoon at AT&T Stadium.Here are SportsDay staff writer Jon Machota’s thoughts on the Cowboys blowing another halftime lead, this time falling to the Green Bay Packers 35-31. Despite the loss, Dak Prescott got back on track with Cole Beasley and Ezekiel Elliott played his part.Machota breaks down what the team can learn as the season moves forward.And: Cowboys owner Jerry Jones says any player who 'disrespects the flag' won't be allowed to play.And: Here’s how the Dallas Cowboys and Green Bay Packers reacted to the national anthem.Also: Sun issues don't stem from a building flaw in Cowboys' stadium; why architectural expert says it was built that way.  Continue reading...

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