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      • What do you think of President Trump's statements on Charlottesville?

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        His first statement was good enough for me.
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      • Civil unrest

        Civil unrest

        With the rise of the alt-right and communities debating and removing Confederate monuments, protests and counter protests are growing in number.

        With the rise of the alt-right and communities debating and removing Confederate monuments, protests and counter protests are growing in number.

      • Chaos in Charlottesville

        Chaos in Charlottesville

        Three people have died and dozens more were injured after a violent weekend in Charlottesville, where alt-right groups, KKK and neo-Nazis clashed with counter-protesters.

        Three people have died and dozens more were injured after a violent weekend in Charlottesville, where alt-right groups, KKK and neo-Nazis clashed with counter-protesters.

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      • Political Stories from the Associated Press

        Political Stories from the Associated Press

        Get the latest news on national politics.

        Get the latest news on national politics.

      • National healthcare debate

        National healthcare debate

        Sen. John McCain (R-AZ) returns to the Senate floor to vote on the motion to possibly repealing and replacing the Affordable Care Act. 

        Sen. John McCain (R-AZ) returns to the Senate floor to vote on the motion to possibly repealing and replacing the Affordable Care Act. 

      • Supreme Court decisions

        The US Supreme Court news & decisions

        The US Supreme Court news & decisions

        In the first decisions released since Justice Neil Gorsuch joined, the U.S. Supreme Court announced it would hear the case for President Trump's travel ban and allowed some parts of it to go into effect.

        In the first decisions released since Justice Neil Gorsuch joined, the U.S. Supreme Court announced it would hear the case for President Trump's travel ban and allowed some parts of it to go into effect.

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