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Washington Nationals reliever Sean Doolittle has kept things fairly quiet since being acquired by his new team, but he decided to speak up on Saturday in response to what’s happened in Charlottesville.Doolittle, a southpaw pitcher, is from South Dakota but attended the University of Virginia, which is where Friday’s white supremacist rally took place in response to a Robert E. (read more)


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The only two living Republican ex-presidents joined a growing chorus of conservatives criticizing President Trump’s Charlottesville response (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 manufacturer of metal ventilation systems for buildings that include the United Nations headquarters, Citi Field and Madison Square Garden, is moving to Hicksville from Long Island City, Queens, executives said Wednesday night (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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Mourners of all races and colors gathered Wednesday to honor the Virginia woman killed while demonstrating against white supremacists (read more)

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