• Trump supporters gathering for Phoenix rally
Trump supporters gathering for Phoenix rally

Members of the group, who called themselves the Redneck Revolt, described themselves as an anti-fascist group who were offended by the president's policies and comments in the aftermath of the Charlottesville violence. Trump may further criticize McCain or Flake, or that he may formally endorse Ward, who is running against Flake in next year's Re...

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  • GOP senator: 'Too hard to say' if Trump will be 2020 nominee
GOP senator: 'Too hard to say' if Trump will be 2020 nominee

Trump said that some "very fine people" were among the racist marchers, and that "both sides" deserved some blame. That was a very hard position for me to take. Instead, she cast a write-in vote for House Speaker Paul Ryan of Wisconsin in the general election. President Donald Trump's re-election efforts are already in hyper drive, with rallies...

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  • Trump 'sad' to see history 'ripped apart' with removal of 'beautiful statues'
Trump 'sad' to see history 'ripped apart' with removal of 'beautiful statues'

Bro's comments marked a sharp, personal response to Trump's statement that "both sides" were to blame for the violence in Charlottesville that erupted when counterprotesters confronted white supremacists and neo-Nazis who had marched there for a rally.

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  • Trump Abandons Plans for Infrastructure Advisory Council
Trump Abandons Plans for Infrastructure Advisory Council

The council, which was supposed to have no more than 15 members representing real estate, finance, labor and other sectors, was created to study and make recommendations to the president regarding the funding, support and delivery of infrastructure projects.

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  • 4-year-old's long locks gets him kicked out of Texas school
4-year-old's long locks gets him kicked out of Texas school

His mother learned of school hair policies at registration. But the boy wasn't even let out of the auto because his long tresses violated the school's dress code. "He doesn't understand why he is not allowed in school over something so trivial", Oates told InsideEdition.com . "Our local elected board has an established policy based on community ...

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  • Red Hat, Microsoft collaborate on container adoption
Red Hat, Microsoft collaborate on container adoption

With the announcement , Red Hat OpenShift will become the first container platform built from the open-source container management platform Kubernetes to support both Windows and Linux container workloads. Azure Stack allows organizations to easily run their cloud service from their own datacenter. This follows the announcement of.NET Core 2...

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  • More funds sought to guard Trump's large family
More funds sought to guard Trump's large family

The Trump administration has 42 people under protection, including 18 family members, wrote USA Today . That's because Trump has taken trips nearly every weekend of his presidency so far, both to his resort properties as well as global travel.

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  • United States slaps sanctions on Chinese, Russian firms doing business with N. Korea
United States slaps sanctions on Chinese, Russian firms doing business with N. Korea

They are all based in China and Russian Federation with the exception of one individual from North Korea, one Namibian company under North Korean control, one Namibian entity under Chinese control, and two companies based in Singapore. and global financial systems. The sanctions hit three types of business dealings that provide a window into how ...

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  • US Navy 7th Fleet commander dismissed after a series of ship collisions
US Navy 7th Fleet commander dismissed after a series of ship collisions

The U.S. Navy directed its worldwide fleet to take stock of operations and pinpoint gaps after the second collision involving an American naval vessel in Asia in recent months left 10 sailors missing. In May, the guided missile cruiser USS Lake Champlain collided with a South Korean fishing vessel, and in January, another cruiser, the USS Antietam,...

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  • Feds pare back demands for data from anti-Trump protest site
Feds pare back demands for data from anti-Trump protest site

The new warrant would also limit the time frame for records, exclude draft posts that were never published on the website, and spell out that prosecutors are looking for evidence of planning and coordination of criminal activity. DreamHost's arguments, made in a court filing last week, largely centered on the claim that forcing a company to turn o...

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  • Trump looks at solar eclipse without glasses
Trump looks at solar eclipse without glasses

Scientists had issued stern warnings that looking directly at the sun during the eclipse could result in permanent eye damage. The organisation explained that the only safe way to look directly at the sun is by using special-purpose solar filters like eclipse glasses .

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  • Boston 'Free Speech Rally' Ends Early, Thousands Join Counterprotest
Boston 'Free Speech Rally' Ends Early, Thousands Join Counterprotest

Boston's mayor is thanking the thousands of counterprotesters who took over the the city's streets Saturday in opposition to a conservative rally. A woman was killed at that Unite the Right rally, and scores of others were injured, when a auto driven by a white supremacist plowed into counter-demonstrators.

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  • United Kingdom academic publisher reposts blocked China articles after outcry
United Kingdom academic publisher reposts blocked China articles after outcry

Global scholars decried the decision as an affront to academic freedom, while hundreds of academics threatened to boycott the publisher if it acquiesced to China's demands. Reza Hasmath, a professor at Canada's University of Alberta who has written on sensitive subjects such as ethnicity and civil society in China, said the reposting of the articl...

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  • Nigerian Kids Used as
Nigerian Kids Used as "Human Bombs" Since January, Says UNICEF

The extremists have for several years been using children to attack crowded markets, mosques and camps for internally displaced people in northeast Nigeria and the broader Lake Chad region. The Nigerian army has been fighting against Boko Haram, pledging allegiance to the Islamic State terror group (outlawed in Russia), for around eight years.

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  • North Carolina combines for first flawless game at LLWS since 2008
North Carolina combines for first flawless game at LLWS since 2008

The loss, the first for Rancho in 18 games this summer, drops the West Region champion into the loser's bracket, where it will play Jackson, N.J., in an elimination game Monday. Greenville got on the board early Sunday with a run in the first on a double by Matthijs and a Thomas Barrett single. While North Carolina's bats were hot - scoring fou...

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  • Woodbury Common agrees to drop NY trade restrictions
Woodbury Common agrees to drop NY trade restrictions

New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman has reached an antitrust settlement with Simon Property Group that requires the Indianapolis-based real estate giant to pay $945,000 and revise lease terms of tenants at its popular Woodbury Common Premium Outlets.

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  • PM Modi to visit Bihar's flood-affected areas on Aug 26
PM Modi to visit Bihar's flood-affected areas on Aug 26

A road construction department statement said a total of 203 state highways and other roads under it were damaged in flood waters in different places out of which 95 per cent have been repaired and made motorable. Meanwhile, the death toll in Assam has risen to 70. "For the flood victims, 1,608 community kitchens have been set up", the official...

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  • 56% of Americans Disapprove of President Trump's Response to Charlottesville
56% of Americans Disapprove of President Trump's Response to Charlottesville

Almost one in 10 Americans think it's acceptable to hold white nationalist or neo-Nazi views, according to a new poll that also tracked President Donald Trump's response to the violence that erupted in Charlottesville , Virginia earlier this month.

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  • Area counties see a rise in unemployment numbers
Area counties see a rise in unemployment numbers

McDowell County had the highest unemployment rate at 9.9 percent, followed by Mingo County at 9.8 percent. A total of 257 people was looking for work in July, up 12.7 percent over June (down 29.8 percent since July 2016). The Kokomo Metropolitan Statistical Area, comprising all of Howard County, had a 3.5 percent unemployment rate last month, a dec...

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  • Clooney donates $1 million to track and stop hate groups
Clooney donates $1 million to track and stop hate groups

In a controversial rebranding move, the Trump administration made a decision to steer current government counter-extremism efforts that target all forms of violent extremism - including violence committed by white supremacy groups - toward a sole focus on countering Islamic extremism .

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