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August 22nd, 2017

Man who stood before Robert E. Lee statue with a Confederate flag was also heavily armed

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Will autonomous cars make roads safer for pedestrians?

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Tillerson to the Taliban: "You will not win a battlefield victory. We may not win one, but neither will you"

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Jerhonda Pace is breaking her nondisclosure agreement to share her story in hopes that she can help other women

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Joel ditches his usual apolitical stance for an anti-Nazi protests

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In a podcast interview with Seth Meyers, Sen. Al Franken discusses his new book and his fellow colleagues

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Mike Pence says we shouldn't try to erase our history. He's right, but not for the reason that he thinks he is

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There's no space for Richard Spencer, the face of hate, on Penn State's campus

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A Trump immigration deal could be very bad, indeed

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For the first time, white players have joined their black teammates in taking a knee during the national anthem

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August 21st, 2017

People of color find themselves a casualty of Evangelical disinterest

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After Charlottesville, the Republican Party's black boosters are full of regrets. So why don't they quit?

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Based on real events, this feature film tells the story of Colin Warner's 21 year struggle to prove his innocence

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Jeanne "Hollywood" Basone gave up drawing blood for kicking butt, and never looked back

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"What kind of culture clings to these monuments in 2017?" asks man who vandalizes a Columbus memorial in Baltimore

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The Maine Republican senator says it’s "too difficult to say" if Trump will be 2020 Republican nominee

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Young leftists believe that the transition to a more humane economy requires a frontal assault on white supremacy

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The Trump administration takes another step to signal its lack of interest in climate policy

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A new report indicates that Russia was very involved in the meeting with Donald Trump Jr.

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A picture with Toby Keith will protect anyone from being discriminated against

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Studies have shown that most smokers wish they could stop. Lowering the levels of nicotine would be a big step

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A French physician working in Cayenne, envied the “numerous plant cures” known to “Indians and Negroes.”

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Slave owners used vigilante and mob violence in the South to ensure the secession from the Union

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Today's solar eclipse is further proof that you are a sinner, if some fringe commentators are to be believed

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If true, the claims by Whedon's ex will throw the director's feminist credentials into serious question

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Deep in the heart of Texas, Four statues to the Lost Cause have been torn down

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Director Ryan Murphy promised to hire more women. Since then, the work has only gotten better

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August 20th, 2017

Republicans create racial gerrymandering to spread out minority groups or over concentrate them in districts to win

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The first total solar eclipse in nearly 40 years is a great opportunity for kids to learn about astronomy

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400,000 Harley riders in South Dakota meet up with one Salon reporter to talk politics. A recipe for mistrust?

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Today’s welfare system is a short-term solution to a long-term problem

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The legendary comedian and filmmaker passed away Sunday

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Now that the comedic actress has an HBO hit, she's using her platform to raise the profiles of other artists

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As the school year begins, a bitter battle over funding rages in Illinois

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NRATV produced the infamous “clenched fist of truth” ad critics said called for violence against protesters

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