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This congressional candidate says Charlottesville is just the latest in Trump-inspired violence, and he's fighting it on two fronts. [Read More]
The two-year study was looking into the impacts surface coal mining has on people living near mines. [Read More]
We've compiled a guide to all the controversies this year thus far. [Read More]
"Part of our evolution as humans requires tearing down monuments to destructive forces," the vandals said about their act of protest. [Read More]
"The statues represent the subjugation of African-Americans," the university's president said. [Read More]
A step forward for reducing the carbon footprint of our morning coffee. [Read More]
The T-shirts, which read "Wild Feminist," are nearly identical. [Read More]
It was not immediately clear whether or not the man shot by police was the same man suspected of plowing a van into a crowd of tourists on Thursday. [Read More]
As Trump plans to announce an increase in troop levels in Afghanistan, here's a look at all the times he said he wanted to withdraw from that conflict. [Read More]
Don't do it for the Instagram. [Read More]
We've got you covered — but hopefully the clouds don't. [Read More]
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From burning presidential Tweets to blessing wands, here's what modern witchcraft will look like during the big celestial event. [Read More]
Save money on laptops, backpacks, dorm essentials and more. [Read More]
More American soldiers are expected to return to the land of America's longest war. [Read More]
The important stories to know for Monday, August 21. [Read More]
Save money on laptops, backpacks, dorm essentials and more. [Read More]
The committee was set to help analyze the findings of a major climate assessment being released next year. [Read More]
The Jewish treasury secretary published a statement supporting Trump after his former classmates called on him to resign. [Read More]
The congressman called for putting "real constraints" on Trump as questions mount about his mental fitness for the job. [Read More]
The governor expressed "concern" about Trump's staff situation and said it's time to move forward in the wake of Charlottesville. [Read More]
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