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Trump Calls for Unity Ahead of White Nationalist Anniversary Rally

Trump Calls for Unity Ahead of White Nationalist Anniversary Rally

As officials in the U.S. capital of Washington and in the neighboring state of Virginia brace for the first anniversary of a white nationalist rally that exploded in deadly violence, U.S. President
Facing Indictment, US Congressman Ends Re-Election Bid

Facing Indictment, US Congressman Ends Re-Election Bid

U.S. Rep. Chris Collins ended his re-election bid Saturday, days after his indictment on insider trading charges, a move that raised questions about how the Republican Party might replace him with
Trump condemns 'all types of racism' a year after Charlottesville

Trump condemns 'all types of racism' a year after Charlottesville

U.S. President Donald Trump said on Saturday he condemns "all types of racism and acts of violence," appealing for unity ahead of the anniversary of a deadly white nationalist rally in
Charlottesville one year on: FRANCE 24 talks to a survivor

Charlottesville one year on: FRANCE 24 talks to a survivor

One year after a white nationalist demonstration in Charlottesville turned violent, the group is set to rally yet again this Sunday in Washington DC. FRANCE 24 talks a survivor of the Charlottesville
Crews Make Progress, Protect S. California Homes from Holy Fire

Crews Make Progress, Protect S. California Homes from Holy Fire

A wildfire in Southern California that began Monday grew to 85 square kilometers (33 square miles) in size Saturday as firefighters worked to keep the flames from engulfing residential areas in Holy
Charlottesville Moviegoers Warned of Real Footage in Spike Lee Film

Charlottesville Moviegoers Warned of Real Footage in Spike Lee Film

A new movie about racism, timed to open on the anniversary weekend of last year’s deadly white nationalist march in Charlottesville, Virginia, has been prefaced with a disclaimer in the college town
Turkish President Rails Against ‘War’ on Turkish Economy

Turkish President Rails Against ‘War’ on Turkish Economy

Turkey’s president Saturday blamed the country’s economic problems on the United States and other nations, whom he says are waging an economic war against his country.Recep Tayyip Erdogan was
Nobel Prize-Winning Author V.S. Naipaul Dies; He Was 85

Nobel Prize-Winning Author V.S. Naipaul Dies; He Was 85

V.S. Naipaul, the Trinidad-born Nobel laureate whose celebrated writing and brittle, provocative personality drew admiration and revulsion in equal measures, died Saturday at his London home, his
Explore the Rivers of Chesapeake Bay Without Getting Wet

Explore the Rivers of Chesapeake Bay Without Getting Wet

A strange looking motorized raft, loaded with all kinds of cameras, sensors and high-tech widgets, looks like an invader from outer space. But it serves the down-to-earth purpose of making
What Industrial Revolution Art Says About America’s History

What Industrial Revolution Art Says About America’s History

Hugo Kohl has been interested in art and design since he was a child. In college, he studied finance, but also took several jewelry-making classes to satisfy his curiosity about this form of art and
Tense Confrontation Amid Peaceful Vigils in Charlottesville

Tense Confrontation Amid Peaceful Vigils in Charlottesville

The city of Charlottesville marked the anniversary of last summer’s white supremacist violence that sent ripples through the country with largely peaceful vigils and other events, but police had a
US Students Turn Grief into App to Help Bring Terrorists to Justice

US Students Turn Grief into App to Help Bring Terrorists to Justice

California college student Anjali Banerjee was watching fireworks during a 2016 celebration on a seafront promenade in the French city of Nice when a man plowed a huge truck through the crowd, killing
At NYC's Enchantments, Magic For Sale

At NYC's Enchantments, Magic For Sale

Black cats, candles, mysterious ingredients and ancient books. It's not a scene from a scary Hollywood movie, just a few of the items passers-by will see through the shop window of a New York boutique
Chicago's Lincoln Park Zoo celebrates 150th Anniversary

Chicago's Lincoln Park Zoo celebrates 150th Anniversary

One of the oldest zoos in the U.S., the Chicago Lincoln Park Zoo, is celebrating a big milestone: its 150th anniversary. The zoo opened in 1868 with just two pairs of swans. It has a considerably
Eco-Friendly Soccer Club Aims to Inspire Others to Make Meaningful Choices

Eco-Friendly Soccer Club Aims to Inspire Others to Make Meaningful Choices

Talk about going green. One British soccer team has made it its goal to become the first professional sports team in the world to be certified carbon neutral. It's an official designation recently
Tens of Thousands Rally to Kick US Base Off Okinawa

Tens of Thousands Rally to Kick US Base Off Okinawa

Tens of thousands of protesters in Okinawa vowed to stop the planned relocation of a U.S military base, saying they want it off the southern Japanese island entirely.Opponents of the relocation say
NASA Sends Parker Solar Probe to ‘Go Touch the Sun’

NASA Sends Parker Solar Probe to ‘Go Touch the Sun’

A NASA spacecraft rocketed toward the sun Sunday on an unprecedented quest to get closer to our star than anything ever sent before.The Parker Solar Probe will fly straight through the wispy edges of
Trump Lawyer Won't Allow Questioning of President on Firing of FBI Chief

Trump Lawyer Won't Allow Questioning of President on Firing of FBI Chief

U.S. President Donald Trump's attorney said Sunday that his legal team will not allow special counsel Robert Mueller to question Trump about his firing last year of former FBI director James
Omarosa Says she Secretly Taped her Firing, Plays Audio

Omarosa Says she Secretly Taped her Firing, Plays Audio

Former presidential adviser Omarosa Manigault Newman said Sunday she secretly recorded conversations she had in the White House, including her firing by chief of staff John Kelly in the high-security
Concern Grows over Fate of Chinese Professor

Concern Grows over Fate of Chinese Professor

More than 150 alumni of China's Shandong University have written an open letter, urging the school to ensure the personal safety and freedom of professor Sun Wenguang, who was apparently taken away by