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More than 100 Long Islanders gathered in the hot sun Sunday afternoon in Huntington Station in support of the Charlottesville, Virginia, demonstrators who clashed with white supremacist and neo-Nazi organizations over the weekend (read more)


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One dead after car ramming incident in Charlottesville, Va.: NBC. (read more)

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A Virginia State Police helicopter crashed Saturday near the site of a violent white-supremacist rally in Charlottesville, Va., according to local news reports. (read more)

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Baby Cafe is a nationwide network of breast-feeding support groups meant to "recreate the village where mothers always supported mothers.". (read more)

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President Donald Trump's main council of top corporate leaders disbanded on Wednesday following the president's controversial remarks in which he equated white nationalist hate groups with the protesters opposing them. Soon after, the president announced on Twitter that he would end his executive councils, "rather than putting pressure" on …. (read more)

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Gold prices turn higher ahead of the settlement Wednesday to finish with their first gain in three sessions, with news that two White House business advisory groups have disbanded fueling haven demand for the yellow metal. . (read more)

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HBO producer Marc Henry Johnson, 53, of Manhattan, was sentenced on Tuesday, Aug. 15, 2017, to 1 year and a day in prison for dragging an overdosed Manhasset woman's body into a Chelsea building foyer to hide a drug dealer's apartment from authorities. (read more)

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Another chief executive has stepped down from President Donald Trump’s manufacturing council in the wake of this weekend’s violence at a white supremacist rally in Charlottesville, Va. . (read more)

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A Manhattan federal judge on Tuesday sentenced HBO producer Marc Henry Johnson to 1 year and a day in prison for dragging overdosed Long Island dermatologist Dr. Kiersten Cerveny's body into a Chelsea building foyer to hide a drug dealer's apartment from authorities. (read more)

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Two more chief executive have stepped down from President Donald Trump’s manufacturing council in the wake of Trump’s heavily-criticized response to this weekend’s violence at a white supremacist rally in Charlottesville, Va. . (read more)

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Anti-bias advocates on the East End said they are bracing for a potential uptick in hate group activity after last weekend's white supremacist rally in Charlottesville, Virginia, and an ongoing spate of racist incidents on the South Fork, which one town supervisor described as a "tinderbox.". (read more)

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The chief executive of Merck said Monday in a tweet that he was resigning from President Donald Trump's American Manufacturing Council, saying he was doing so "as CEO of Merck and as a matter of personal conscience" and that "America's leaders must honor our fundamental values by clearly rejecting expressions of hatred, bigotry and group … (read more)

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