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President Trump finally addressed the white nationalist rally sparking tension in Charlottesville (read more)


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PHOENIX—For about 10 minutes it seemed that President Trump might give a normal political speech at the Phoenix Convention Center on Tuesday night. After all, Trump had given a classic example of a normal political speech the previous night—an announcement that he would send additional troops to an endless theater of combat—and it was met with strong “reviews,” as military escalation always is, re (read more)

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CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. — Workers in Charlottesville draped giant black covers over two statues of Confederate generals on Wednesday to symbolize the city's mourning for a woman killed while protesting a white nationalist rally. (read more)

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Former undercover CIA agent Valerie Plame Wilson is looking to crowdfund enough money to buy Twitter so President Donald Trump can't use it (read more)

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On Wednesday’s Trumpcast, Jacob Weisberg spoke to New Yorker staff writer Patrick Radden Keefe, whose article “Carl Icahn’s Failed Raid on Washington” documents how the billionaire special adviser to President Donald Trump tried to get an obscure Environmental Protection Agency rule changed to benefit his bottom line—and how he might not be alone in this “corporate raid on Washington.” This transc (read more)

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President Trump alluded to a pardon for former Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio (read more)

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“Michael the Black Man" was once a member of a cult who believes many of the President’s enemies are Cherokee Indians (read more)

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A white nationalist who once lived in Stony Brook surrendered to police Wednesday to face felony charges stemming from a confrontation with counterdemonstrators the day before a melee that resulted in one death in Charlottesville, Virginia, according to media reports (read more)

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Mark Cuban has been a staunch opponent of Donald Trump since he was elected president and said he would 'kick his a—' at the polls (read more)

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A Hicksville manufacturer of power transmission parts and its chief executive are being sued by a former vice president, who alleges he was fired because he complained about abusive behavior by the CEO, including the frequent use of racial epithets against minority employees (read more)

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