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7 spectacular images of the eclipse  

On Monday afternoon, portions of the United States fell dark as the moon eclipsed the sun. For those who missed the rare coast-to-coast event — or for those who simply want to relive its spectacular beauty — check out some photos and videos of the total solar eclipse below. #Eclipe2017 totally Diamond Ring at 7800 feet on Snow King Mountain Jackson Hole Wyoming. Amazing ! pic.twitter.com/WUc7slm4uc — Al Seib (@AlSeibPhoto) August 21, 2017 The solar eclipse reaches its peak

2017-08-21 22:17:29
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Democrats Long for Obama's Return  

Amie Parnes, The HillHe’s been out of office for nearly eight months, but former President Barack Obama remains the Democratic Party’s best weapon for 2018. Democrats are already nostalgic for Obama as they battle against President Trump’s agenda. When he talks, they listen, as evidenced this week by a tweet from Obama about the violence in Charlottesville, Va., that became the most popular in the history of the platform.

2017-08-21 21:29:29
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Time to Make Afghanistan Someone Else's Problem  

Barry Posen, The AtlanticThe Trump administration, as well as its critics, are reportedly wrestling with the question of a new strategy for the war in Afghanistan, where the government has shown no signs of being able to turn the tide in the 16-year war against the Taliban. General John Nicholson, the commander of U.S. forces in Afghanistan,with support from Secretary of Defense James Mattis and National Security Adviser H.R. McMaster, has asked for more troops, apparently in service of a strat

2017-08-21 21:20:45
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Are Solar Eclipses Proof of God?  

Eric Metaxas, FOX NewsThree thousand years ago a man in Israel wrote: “The heavens declare the glory of God; the skies proclaim the work of his hands.” That man didn’t have a telescope or a Brittanica, but he saw something many of us today still do not see. He saw a God behind it all. It may be true that seeing a Grand Designer behind these breath-taking events requires what we call a leap of faith; but it may also be true that seeing mere coincidence behind them requires an

2017-08-21 21:05:28
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How Republicans Do the Bidding of White Supremacists  

Russ Feingold, The GuardianIt takes approximately 30 seconds to send a tweet. A half hour to draft and release a statement. And the shelf life of both is only marginally longer. We should not commend Republican party elected officials who claim outrage on social media at Trump’s remarks, often without daring to mention his name. The phony claimed outrage becomes dangerous if it convinces anyone that there is a distinction between Trump’s abhorrent comments and the Republican Party a

2017-08-21 19:55:59
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The Vast Majority Of Americans Are Not Sad To See Steve Bannon Go  

That includes most Trump supporters.

2017-08-21 19:17:44
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McConnell and Trump have very different views on the news  

President Trump and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell won't be bonding over a shared belief in fake news. Trump often talks about his dislike of most media, Fox News being the main exception, tweeting on Monday morning that the "very dishonest Fake News Media is out of control!" and telling the "Fake News" it should listen to Liberty University's Jerry Falwell, who was "fantastic on Fox and Friends." McConnell has a different outlook. Later Monday, he revealed during a Q&A with Treasury Se

2017-08-21 18:59:31
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Organizations continue to cancel events at Mar-a-Lago  

Donald Trump will have to rent more golf carts to the Secret Service, because still more charities are canceling events at his, ugh, "Florida White House." In the last five days — since President Trump said there were "fine people" among those marching in a violence-plagued "Unite the Right" demonstration in Charlottesville — the president's Mar-a-Lago Club in Florida has been deserted by 14 charities that use its ballrooms for fundraisers. Mar-a-Lago already had a lo...

2017-08-21 17:47:34
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How the U.S. Can Still Win in Afghanistan  

David Andelman, CNNThe US will be doing just the right thing by staying in Afghanistan. We can't get out. Not now, maybe never. The only real question is how deep do we stay and for how long? That seems to be just what Sen. John McCain has been suggesting for some time -- adding troops for counterterrorism, increasing US airpower and targeting the enemy, the Taliban and its allies al Qaeda and ISIS directly.

2017-08-21 17:44:18
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As The Trumps Travel, The Secret Service Can't Even Afford To Pay Some Agents  

The money is running out.

2017-08-21 17:26:48
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The Lessons Of Charlottesville: Speech And Guns  

The intersection of the First and Second Amendments presents a complicated question, for which there is no simple answer.

2017-08-21 16:37:53
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Start planning for the 2024 total eclipse with this handy map  

To everyone who missed Monday's total eclipse: Don't worry, you've got another shot at seeing one on April 8, 2024. In exactly 6 years, 7 months, and 18 days, the moon will once again eclipse the sun. While Monday's eclipse spanned from Oregon to South Carolina, the 2024 eclipse will be visible from Mexico up to Canada, crossing the paths of American cities including Dallas, Indianapolis, and Cleveland. Take a look at the map below, and start planning for 2024. Miss today's eclipse? Another o

2017-08-21 16:22:41
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Midday open thread: A ship found, a jumping car and a racist in the White House  

Today's comic by Tom Tomorrow is Crisis of the week: What you missed on Sunday Kos ... The presumed 'innocence' of white terrorism, by Frank Vyan Walton Five questions for UNITE HERE president D. Taylor on how Democrats can replicate Nevada's 2016 wins, by Kerry Eleveld Elizabeth Warren at Netroots Nation 2017: A clarion call for coalition politics, by Armando How to fight white supremacy: Charlottesville offers a blueprint, by Sher Watts Spooner ...

2017-08-21 15:36:50
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Johnson & Johnson ordered to pay $417 million to woman in talcum lawsuit  

A 63-year-old woman with terminal ovarian cancer was awarded $417 million Monday after a jury in Los Angeles found Johnson & Johnson liable for not warning her about the risk of using the company's talcum products. Eva Echeverria's lawsuit is one of 4,500 in the United States, which allege that Johnson & Johnson disregarded studies that link its baby powder and Shower to Shower products with ovarian cancer. The jury awarded her $347 in punitive damages and $70 million in compensatory damages, a

2017-08-21 14:32:49
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7 hilarious eclipse-themed political cartoons  

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2017-08-21 14:31:49
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With White Nationalism Emboldened, American Jews Consider Exit Strategies  

"I lie awake at night wondering how to get my kid out of the country."

2017-08-21 14:30:38
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The Confederate General Who Was Erased  

There's a reason you won't find many monuments in the South to one of Robert E. Lee's most able deputies.

2017-08-21 14:29:29
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What It's Like to Chase Eclipses for 60 Years  

Marina Koren, The AtlanticIt was 1954, and he was a physics major at the University of Wisconsin. Liebenberg and his professors drove a station wagon up a hill in a small town south of Lake Superior and set up their instruments under a clear morning sky. Black flies buzzed around them in the June heat. The moon began its slow creep across the sun, inching further and further until it blocked the light and cast its shadow on Earth. For about a minute, their little spot on the globe was blanketed

2017-08-21 14:26:16
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Inside Sao Paulo's 'Crackland'  

The heart of Sao Paolo is sick. (Almudena Toral) Luz, the downtown historic district of the Brazilian city, should be a cultural gem — packed as it is with the kind of baroque and neoclassical buildings seen largely in Europe. But over the past several decades, this once-vibrant neighborhood has been consumed by Brazil's crack epidemic. Ragged, sickly bodies laze on the streets amid garbage, makeshift shelters, and shopping carts filled with soiled belongings. People light up openly, day or ...

2017-08-21 14:16:18
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Political Class Unites in Attempt to Keep Broken Status Quo  

Daniel Lee, FederalistAs far back as October 2015, candidate Donald Trump billed himself as duct tape for a broken nation. “I’m going to unify. This country is totally divided,” he told CNN’s Jake Tapper. It turns out he was right about being a unifier, at least in Washington. Our fractured capital is experiencing a new flowering of bipartisanship. Everyone inside the beltway, at least those getting the press coverage, seems to oppose him.

2017-08-21 13:59:05
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The Secret Service is out of money, cannot pay hundreds of agents  

The combination of President Trump's frequent travel, numerous properties, and large family is gobbling up the Secret Service's funds at an unprecedented rate. USA Today revealed Monday that roughly a third of America's Secret Service agents have "already hit the federally mandated caps for salary and overtime allowances that were meant to last the entire year," forcing Secret Service Director Randolph "Tex" Alles to turn to Congress for additional funding. Alles is pushing to raise the salary

2017-08-21 13:44:04
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After the Terror in Barcelona  



2017-08-21 13:39:19
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1. A Navy guided-missile destroyer, the USS John S. McCain, collided with a 600-foot oil tanker near Singapore early Monday, suffering "significant damage" to its port side, the Navy said. Rescuers from several nations searched for 10 missing sailors, and four sailors were transferred by helicopter to a Singapore hospital for treatment of non-life-threatening injuries. The ship was able to continue to port under its own power. The ship was making a routine stop after completing a sensitive freed

2017-08-21 13:24:12
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Four arrest warrants now out for America's saddest white nationalist, who still wants your pity  

White nationalist and fascist Christopher Cantwell gained national notoriety when a Vice News report on the Charlottesville protests highlighted his threatening speeches and belligerent swagger during the protests and their violence. He gained more fame after the same furious, belligerent bald man who bragged "we'll fucking kill these people if we have to" and "a lot more people are going to die here" learned that law enforcement was looking for him and filmed himself, in tears, explaining ...

2017-08-21 13:15:21
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The Radicalization of White Americans  

German Lopez, VoxThere were many horrible sights and sounds at the Charlottesville, Virginia, protests over the weekend, from Nazi and Ku Klux Klan iconography to chants of “Jews will not replace us” and the Nazi slogan “blood and soil.” But perhaps the most horrifying of all came after the protests were technically over, when a 20-year-old Nazi sympathizer sped his car into a crowd of counterprotesters. In just a few seconds, he killed a woman and injured at least 19 ot

2017-08-21 13:13:11
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Welfare's customer service problem  

Usually when America's welfare programs are debated, we think in terms of spending. And that debate matters. Compared to most advanced Western nations, spending on the U.S. welfare state is quite stingy. But it's not the only debate we should be having. Every welfare program — from Medicaid to food stamps to TANF and more — is also a mess of personal interactions, which have an effect on low-income Americans all their own. And on this front as well, we could be doing a whole lot better. Tak...

2017-08-21 12:43:14
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Trump to address the nation to reveal his Afghanistan strategy  

Will Donald Trump decide to MOAB the entire country? Give it to the Russians? Or can we look forward to recycling the results of a two decade war into the Trump Kabul 18,000 hole golf course? America will find out tonight on Apprentice: Presidential Edition. President Donald Trump will use a nationally televised address to outline for a war-weary nation the strategy he believes will best position the U.S. to eventually declare victory in Afghanistan after 16 years of combat and lives lost.

2017-08-21 12:33:09
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Almost every state will get a glimpse of today's rare total solar eclipse  

On Monday, from 10:16 a.m. in Oregon to 2:48 p.m. in South Carolina, a total solar eclipse will move in a 67-mile-wide swath across parts of 14 states, with the rest of the continental United States witnessing only a partial eclipse. The "totality" — when the moon completely covers the sun — will last only about 2-3 minutes in each location, and it is very important that people don't look directly at the sun during any part of the eclipse without special solar-filter glasses, as staring at ...

2017-08-21 12:25:40
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Daily Kos Radio is ALL-NEW at 9 AM ET!  

Firmly planted in the Path of Totality today, but with twice the number of screaming kids in the house, there was no chance of finding a quiet place for a live show this Monday. And really, I might just have let you all enjoy the ambience along with me, but the reality is that the kids don't just want to scream. They want pancakes. And waffles. And ice cream. And pancakesandwafflesandicecream! And so do I, really. Everyone's excited! I mean, Trump sucks and stuff. But we're excited! ...

2017-08-21 12:15:34
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Don't Lie, You Looked At The Eclipse Just Like Donald Trump Did  

Yes, he did sneak a peek without his protective glasses.

2017-08-21 12:14:30
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Poll: 9 percent of Americans think it's acceptable to have white supremacist views  

A new ABC News/Washington Post poll finds in the wake of the deadly Charlottesville white supremacist rally, 37 percent of Americans approve of President Trump's job performance while 58 percent disapprove. When it comes to how he responded to the incident in Charlottesville, just 28 percent approve compared to 56 percent who do not. The poll also found that nine percent of respondents, the equivalent of 22 million Americans, believe it is acceptable to hold white supremacist or neo-Nazi views,

2017-08-21 11:55:12
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Steve Bannon Reportedly Calls Jared Kushner And Ivanka Trump 'Javanka' Behind Their Backs  

Apparently, it's not a term of endearment.

2017-08-21 11:48:33
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Tech experts urge the U.N. to ban killer robots: 'We do not have long to act'  

Billionaire entrepreneur Elon Musk and Google artificial intelligence developer Mustafa Suleyman head a list of 116 tech experts who implored the United Nations to preemptively ban lethal autonomous weapons — in layman's terms, killer robots — before it's too late. "Once developed, lethal autonomous weapons will permit armed conflict to be fought at a scale greater than ever, and at timescales faster than humans can comprehend," the experts warned, in a letter reported Monday. "These can be...

2017-08-21 11:46:32
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Montana Congressman Who Body-Slammed Reporter Must Be Fingerprinted Like Other Perps  

Republican Rep. Greg Gianforte, despite pleading guilty to the misdemeanor assault, fought getting printed and having a mug shot taken.

2017-08-21 11:40:48
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Remembering Jerry Lewis  

Richard Brody, The New YorkerThe French were right: Lewis is one of the most original, inventive, and, yes, profound directors of the time. In his films of the nineteen-sixties, he put himself through a wide range of humiliating situations and discovered a range of sentimental triumphs, using technical devices onscreen and off with a gleeful audacity (he actually invented, and held the patent on, the video assist that allowed him to see himself on closed-circuit TV while acting on camera). In t

2017-08-21 11:31:07
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Trump's White Nationalist House  

Jonathan Chait, New York MagazineOn August 12, when a coalition of white-nationalist groups scheduled a rally in Charlottesville, Virginia, it was intended to demonstrate their strength. The actual event instead demonstrated the opposite, at least in its initial effects. Despite drawing upon supporters nationwide, attendance topped out in the mid–three figures. The attacks on counterprotesters that killed one and injured dozens horrified the nation. But what transmuted the failed rally in

2017-08-21 11:30:06
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Booting Bannon Gives Trump a Chance to Refocus  



2017-08-21 11:30:04
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Donald Trump drains Secret Service budget, agents go without pay  

Providing protection for Donald Trump's frequent trips, his New York home, and an unprecedented number of people in his extended family, has been a huge drain on the Secret Service. Agents have hit overtime limits, and annual budgets have been burned through in only seven months, leaving no funds to pay agents following Trump on his extended vacation. As reported by USA Today ... Secret Service Director Randolph "Tex'' Alles, in an interview with USA TODAY, said more than 1,000 agents hav...

2017-08-21 10:58:39
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Democrats Could Win 50 House Seats. Here's How  

Sarlin & Seitz-Wald, NBC News If Democrats are planning to ride an anti-Trump wave to a takeover of the House in 2018, they can’t just rely on seats where voters resisted Donald Trump in 2016. They also face the major task of winning back those rural and blue-collar whites who defected to the president. That path runs through places like Dubuque County, Iowa, where a 28-year-old Democratic state representative, Abby Finkenauer, is running for Congress against a GOP incumbent, Rep. Rod Blu

2017-08-21 10:48:55
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Enough Is Enough: Trump Is a Threat to Our Democratic Institutions  



2017-08-21 10:41:11
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Cartoon: GOP is the Big Tent Party  

After Charlottesville, and Trump's horrific response to the tragedy of a white supremacist domestic terror attack, the Republican Party must be proud that their claim that the GOP is the Big Tent Party has come true. All racists are welcome!

2017-08-21 10:32:23
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Bannon Is Right About Korea  

Where have you gone Stevie Bannon, a nation casts its lonely eyes to you. Don't get me wrong. I hardly mourn Steve Bannon's

2017-08-21 10:29:08
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Trump sycophant Katrina Pierson says that slavery is a part of America's 'good history'  

Less than a week after Donald Trump doubled down on his defense of Nazis and the KKK, insisting that some of them are "fine people," his former campaign facts for us to ponder. According to Katrina Pierson, slavery is part of America's "good history," and therefore Confederate monuments should be left as they are.  In an interview Monday morning on Fox and Friends, she insisted that slavery makes the United States the very special place it...

2017-08-21 10:15:55
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Bannon was meant for another age  

The first lapsed Catholic, self-described Leninist-Satanist, pro-darkness Sith aficionado, and erstwhile video-game-gold entrepreneur to hold the office of White House chief strategist has, by mutual agreement with White House Chief of Staff John Kelly, resigned from his position following interviews in which he mocked his boss, his colleagues, and the coterie of neo-pseudomedicine enthusiasts popularly known as the "alt-right." Stephen K. Bannon's tenure in the White House was short-lived. Thi

2017-08-21 09:57:02
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Failing All Tests of the Presidency  

Charles Blow, New York TimesWe are leaderless. America doesn’t have a president. America has a man in the White House holding the spot, and wreaking havoc as he waits for the day when a real president arrives to replace him. Donald Trump is many things — most of them despicable — but the leader of a nation he is not. He is not a great man. Hell, he isn’t even a good man.

2017-08-21 09:42:37
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Here's what The New York Times had to say about today's eclipse back in 1932  

The New York Times has been talking about today's total eclipse since 1932. On Monday, ahead of the solar eclipse that will sweep the country from Oregon to South Carolina, the Times shared an archived clip from 85 years ago that accurately predicted the totality of today's eclipse: New York Times in 1932 discusses today's eclipse: pic.twitter.com/pHJYOod2Oq — Michael Beschloss (@BeschlossDC) August 21, 2017 Citing a study by Dr. S.A. Mitchell, director of the Leander McCormick Observatory ...

2017-08-21 09:40:27
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University of Texas at Austin removes its Confederate statues overnight  

If America is the land of opportunity, then it could surely be said that it's a country filled with people who are opportunists. While opportunists are generally known for taking advantage of a situation to gain some benefit without regard to ethics or morals, every once in a while even the most calculating ones can do the right thing. Politicians, who are the most notorious opportunists out there, have used the violence in Charlottesville to seize the moment when it comes to removing Con...

2017-08-21 09:36:43
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Breitbart is sorry for mistaking a German soccer star for a 'migrant gang member'  

Just days after white supremacist and former presidential counselor Steve Bannon "returned" to Breitbart, the website reported on a group of violent thugs who have been taking advantage of desperate African refugees trying to reach Europe, charging them thousands of euros to smuggle them across the Mediterranean. There was just a glaring problem with the site's reporting, though—the man featured in the story's photograph wasn't one of the described human smugglers roaming the ...

2017-08-21 09:33:35
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An Open Letter To White Supremacists From Former Owner Of Biggest Racist Record Label  

Todd Blodgett, who went from racist influencer to FBI informant, advises white supremacists to free themselves from "this putrid, so-called movement."

2017-08-21 09:27:03
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The sins of Sansa Stark  

"Beyond the Wall" proved that Sansa has an Arya problem, and worse, that she intends to solve it. While dragons and wights duked it out on a frozen lake, Sansa and Arya were playing out what promises to be a tense Shakespearean tragedy back home. The occasion for the conflict is admittedly a little shaky — Arya's rage over Sansa's message home from King's Landing seems disproportionate, especially since her training as a human lie detector means she can presumably tell Sansa is telling the tr...

2017-08-21 09:20:45
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New York State Is Giving Prisoners A Better Chance At Clemency  

Gov. Andrew Cuomo's latest move will boost resources for inmates asking for commutations and pardons.

2017-08-21 09:02:52
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Barcelona terror suspect shot and killed by Spanish police  

Spanish police confirmed Monday that they shot and killed 22-year-old Younes Abouyaaquob, the man suspected to have driven the van down Barcelona's La Rambla on Thursday in a terrorist attack that killed 13 people in the city center. Police shot Abouyaaquob in the outskirts of Subirats, a region west of Barcelona, after an extensive manhunt took place over the weekend. He was apparently wearing a fake suicide belt. Abouyaaquob escaped from Thursday's crash scene on foot and was believed to be t

2017-08-21 08:51:35
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Watch Trump stare directly at the sun during the eclipse  

On Monday, President Trump stared directly at the sun during the solar eclipse and proceeded to give the moon a big thumbs up. As Trump snuck a peek sans glasses, defying common sense and the advice of scientists, a bystander reportedly shouted: "Don't look." The president watched the rare event from the White House's Truman Balcony. He was joined by first lady Melania Trump and their 11-year-old son Barron, neither of whom appeared to look directly at the sun without the necessary protective e

2017-08-21 08:38:11
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The end of the Friends era of gossip, fame, and meta-spinoffs  

Episodes — Showtime's scathing satire of the entertainment industry starring Matt LeBlanc — started its fifth and final season on Sunday. As this angular, snippy, delightfully soulless comedy spirals to a close, it closes the brackets, not just on "Matt LeBlanc's" post-Friends life, but on the fascinating clutch of meta-spinoffs that Friends spawned — with help from the Friends themselves. Episodes, along with other Friends vehicles like The Comeback and Dirt, deals with the grim side of ...

2017-08-21 08:34:16
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On Afghanistan, Trump Asks: Why Are We Still There?  

Byron York, DC ExaminerDuring the presidential primaries and general election, there was no doubt where Donald Trump stood on the war in Iraq. "A big, fat mistake," Trump said of the Iraq invasion at a GOP debate in South Carolina in February 2016. "We should have never been in Iraq. We have destabilized the Middle East."

2017-08-21 08:23:10
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It's Time To Impeach Trump  

The GOP is at a critical juncture. It must decide whether it wants to become the official party of the white supremacists.

2017-08-21 08:17:43
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Computer Geek With Dem Secrets: A Spy Story for Our Times  



2017-08-21 08:02:22
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Cartoon: Crisis of the week  

I understand that there are multiple Trump crises in any given week, but I thought that "Crisis of the Week" was punchier than "Crisis of the Last Day and a Half," or maybe "Crisis of the Last Twelve Hours."   *  *  * If you missed out on the big Kickstarter compilation last year, IDW has just published an expanded second edition of 25 Years of Tomorrow, featuring every TMW cartoon from the strip's earliest days through the election of Donald Trump.

2017-08-21 07:46:21
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Trump lays out Afghanistan strategy: 'We are not nation-building again'  

In a televised address, President Trump on Monday shared his strategy for Afghanistan and South Asia, saying the United States military is "not nation-building again. We are killing terrorists." Speaking in front of an audience of soldiers at Ft. Myer, Virginia, Trump said the American people are "weary of war without victory," and he "shares their frustration." When it comes to Afghanistan, while his original instinct was to pull all troops out, he listened to his advisers and came up with a n

2017-08-21 07:46:02
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Bowling Green: Not just the site of a massacre, it offers important lesson on Confederate statues  

After Donald Trump spent a good portion of last week defending Nazis and white supremacists, his supporters have been working overtime to change the conversation from racism to statues. And oddly enough, they're attempting this pivot by talking about monuments to racism. Go figure.  But instead of standing up for the people who declared war on the United States of America in defense of slavery, an act that ultimately led to the death of more than 600,000 of its citizens, perhaps Trump and...

2017-08-21 07:34:57
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Cheers and Jeers: Monday  

From the GREAT STATE OF MAINE… Monday Margaret and Helen Blogging The blogosphere's feistiest octogenarians have a few post-Charlottesville words for Lord Dampnut. Helen Philpot writes… No, Mr. President.  There were not many sides in Charlottesville.  There were just two. Right and wrong. There were white supremacists on one side and Americans who believe all people are created equal on the other side.  There were hate groups and there were Americans who oppose hate. There wer...

2017-08-21 07:30:05
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Serious questions about Trump's mental fitness for office grow more public by the day  

Legendary journalist Carl Bernstein tweeted last week that "important Republicans" and higher ups in the intelligence and military communities had been "increasingly saying in private that @realDonaldTrump is unfit to be president." That was on Tuesday. By Thursday, GOP Sen. Bob Corker, chair of the Foreign Relations Committee, questioned Donald Trump's fitness aloud with a quote that ricocheted around Washington at lighting speed. The president has not yet been able to demonstrate the

2017-08-21 07:22:56
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There Are Fewer Asian Americans Than You Might Think  

While detractors claim that "Asian American" divides, they fail to appreciate how it unites.

2017-08-21 07:05:27
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Democrats Need a Message, Not New Policies  

Al Hunt, BloombergBeing outsmarted by Republicans the past 10 years has had dire consequences for Democrats. Fewer ideas are percolating up from the states. Republican redistricting schemes have cost at least a dozen House seats and hundreds in state legislatures.

2017-08-21 06:43:26
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Donald Trump demonstrates the wrong way to watch an eclipse  

xAs he did this, someone in a crowd of aides below shouted "Don't look." pic.twitter.com/dtfSLEzcAZ— Ted Mann (@TMannWSJ) August 21, 2017 Actually I've heard that white supremacists have much tougher eyes than normal people. So tough that they can look directly at the sun for hours. Hours and hours. So tough. And it's not as if the White House staff spends all their time covering up Trump's craziness. "You have no idea how much crazy stuff we kill": The most common r...

2017-08-21 06:38:19
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13 photos of Americans awed and overwhelmed by the total eclipse  

On August 21, 2017, the sun gradually went dark from coast to coast across the United States for the first time in 99 years. As it did, millions of Americans turned their gaze upward to catch a glimpse of one of the planet's most spectacular natural wonders. A crowd gathers in front of the Hollywood sign at the Griffith Observatory to watch the solar eclipse in Los Angeles on Aug. 21. | (AP Photo/Richard Vogel) Coreen Abbott watches the solar eclipse from Bernal Heights Hill in San Francisco.

2017-08-21 06:33:05
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Should Presidents Follow Expert Military Advice?  

Angelo Codevilla, American GreatnessThe question arises because of widespread allegations that President Donald Trump should be constrained, somehow, to bend his foreign and defense policy to the advice of Generals Mattis, McMaster, and Kelly, with whom he has surrounded himself. The answer transcends current controversies.In

2017-08-21 06:21:01
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Some of the best eclipse links you'll need all in one place  

Eclipse 2017 is on and here are some last minute links to help your eclipse experience! You may not be in the path of totality, but rest assured, if you are in the lower 48 you'll notice some cool lighting changes and probably notice a strange, twilight chill creep over the landscape. Time Magazine comes through with a really useful a tool showing how the eclipse will look from any ZIP code and dials in the exact local times over which it transpires. The whole thing takes an hour or tw...

2017-08-21 06:16:54
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Joe Scarborough imagines what he'd do if he were in Stephen Bannon's shoes  

Morning Joe's Joe Scarborough couldn't help but wonder Monday what's next for fired chief strategist Stephen Bannon, now that his tenure at the White House has ended. "If I'm Steve Bannon and I look at the landscape and I look at Fox News trying to figure out exactly what it's going to be after Roger Ailes, I team up and start a conservative populist network," Scarborough said. "I mean, the money there would be outrageous." Mark Halperin pointed out that Breitbart News was "influential" prior t

2017-08-21 06:12:53
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Senior administration officials 'dismayed,' 'disgusted' with Trump, who is prone to 'crazy stuff'  

Donald Trump's inner circle continues to paint the sitting president as an erratic, unstable figure who is only refraining from doing "crazy stuff" due to their own interventions. We talked to a half dozen senior administration officials, who range from dismayed but certain to stay, to disgusted and likely soon to leave. They all work closely with Trump and his senior team so, of course, wouldn't talk on the record. Instead, they agreed to let us distill their thinking/rationale: "You have n

2017-08-21 06:12:13
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Susan Collins isn't convinced Trump will be the GOP's 2020 nominee  

GOP Sen. Susan Collins (R-Maine) isn't so sure President Trump will be the Republican Party's presidential nominee in 2020. While Trump apparently doesn't think it's too early to start campaigning for 2020 — he's holding a campaign-style rally Tuesday night in Phoenix, after all — Collins said in a MSNBC interview Monday that she thinks it's "far too early to tell now" what the future will hold for Trump. "Do you think he will end up the party's nominee in 2020?" MSNBC's Hallie Jack

2017-08-21 06:03:10
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Trump Likely To Approve Modest Troop Increase For Afghanistan  

Current U.S. troop numbers are about 8,400.

2017-08-21 06:01:18
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Reminder: The Southern Poverty Law Center Is a Fraud  

Emily Jashinsky, DC ExaminerRepeating a mistake made by many major media outlets before it, CNN on Thursday published a map of registered hate groups sourced entirely from the Southern Poverty Law Center, an irresponsible advocacy group that purports to operate as an objective assessor of hate. Just one day earlier, Apple CEO Tim Cook announced the company was set to make a $1 million donation to the SPLC as well.

2017-08-21 05:48:52
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Beyond Rooftops: States Move To Encourage Community Solar  

Community solar can drastically expand the base of people and business that can access solar power. But regulating the evolving

2017-08-21 05:40:41
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Morning Digest: Facing difficult 2018 map, Nevada GOP resorts to recalls to win back state Senate  

The Daily Kos Elections Morning Digest is compiled by David Nir, Jeff Singer, Stephen Wolf, and Carolyn Fiddler, with additional contributions from David Jarman, Steve Singiser, Daniel Donner, James Lambert, and David Beard. Leading off ● NV State Senate: Shady GOP antics are afoot in the Silver State. Nevada Republicans are, understandably, less than thrilled about losing what had been a slim 11-10 majority to the Democrats in the 2016 elections. The loss of Senate control coincided ...

2017-08-21 05:39:17
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Breitbart is reportedly bleeding ad revenue  

Advertisers have rapidly and steadily fled Breitbart News this year as the site's reputation is increasingly tied to the alt-right. So far, more than 2,500 companies have jumped ship, reports Sleeping Giants, an organization that describes its mission as stopping "racist and sexist media by stopping its ad dollars." Guys, this is an old post, but we're still out here. Climbing towards 2600 advertisers down now. Way more than 26 remain. — Sleeping Giants (@slpng_giants...

2017-08-21 05:13:13
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Republican committees have already sunk nearly $1.3 million into Trump-owned businesses this year  

The Republican National Committee's latest payment of $122,000 for an event last month at Trump International Hotel in Washington is just the beginning of the cash that has been funneled straight into Trump-owned businesses by the GOP this year. The Washington Post writes: At least 25 congressional campaigns, state parties and the Republican Governors Association have together spent more than $473,000 at Trump hotels or golf resorts this year, according to a Washington Post analysis of camp

2017-08-21 05:11:51
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NASA has a live-stream of the eclipse if you can't get outside to watch it  

Worried you won't be able to escape the confines of your cubicle to catch the solar eclipse? NASA has you covered. Beginning at 12 p.m. ET Monday, NASA will start streaming a four-hour-long show that will feature coverage from 12 locations along the eclipse's corridor, which spans from Oregon to South Carolina. The space agency will offer "images captured before, during, and after the eclipse by 11 spacecraft, at least three NASA aircraft, more than 50 high-altitude balloons, and the astronauts

2017-08-21 05:10:45
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When Trumpism Hits the Fan: The 'Last Straw'?  

Jonah Goldberg, National ReviewIf you go back and look at any number of “spontaneous” political outbursts, you’ll discover that the actual people doing the, uh, out-bursting are actually responding to a long list of grievances and that the precipitating event was only the last straw. (A few that come to mind, in no particular order: the sudden emergence of the Tea Parties in 2009, the firestorms over Trent Lott’s comments about Strom Thurmond, George W. Bush’s nomi

2017-08-21 05:04:38
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How many voters could Bannon take from Trump?  

How many voters could ousted White House chief strategist Stephen Bannon take from President Trump? The question has become pertinent since Bannon's firing Friday, as it is still unclear how the once and future (err, current) Breitbart News chief will use his role in relation to the president. Harry Enten at FiveThirtyEight has done the math: By Enten's calculations, the "Bannon wing" of the Republican Party — which he defines as "Trump voters who are pro-police, against free trade, against t...

2017-08-21 04:53:41
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Chicago Vandals Burn Century-Old Bust of Lincoln  

D.C. McAllister, The FederalistAttacks on America’s history continued in Chicago Wednesday night when vandals burned a bust of Abraham Lincoln that’s been in the neighborhood for 100 years, revealing that the violent campaign to scrub America of its Confederate past isn’t about the Confederacy at all.

2017-08-21 04:40:37
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How One Man's Quest To Save His Magnets Became A Massive Regulatory Battle  

Shihan Qu says his powerful magnet balls inspire a sense of "childhood wonder" in adults. But the feds say they're too dangerous to be on the market.

2017-08-21 04:35:07
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American voters are politically flexible. Why aren't our parties?  

In the United States, we have had only two electorally viable political parties for more than a century and a half now. One is run by center-right economic moderates who pretend to have convictions about the so-called "social issues" — abortion, civil rights, homosexuality, sex-neutral bathrooms, contraception, and so on. The other is the GOP. We are so used to hearing about the problem of divided government that we forget about the degree to which our two parties agree on a huge number of im...

2017-08-21 04:18:41
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Stephen Bannon reportedly wants to take down Jared Kushner  

With Stephen Bannon now out at the White House, a war is reportedly brewing between President Trump's former chief strategist and Trump's son-in-law and senior adviser, Jared Kushner. Vanity Fair's The Hive reported Sunday that after Bannon was fired Friday, he told a friend, "We're going to war." Kushner is reportedly his biggest enemy: The chaotic, war-torn West Wing of the past six months will be prologue, but the coming struggles will be as personal as they are ideological, waged not with l

2017-08-21 04:03:25
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Open thread for night owls: Trump disbands National Climate Assessment panel  

The Advisory Committee for the Sustained National Climate Assessment is a group of scientists and government officials tasked with assisting the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) in their production, every four years, of the federal document analyzing the current and predicted effect of climate change on our nation's infrastructure, agriculture, and citizens. The Assessment is intended as a roadmap not for preventing climate change, but dealing with its unavoidable consequ...

2017-08-21 04:01:42
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Trump tweets 'thoughts & prayers' for USS John S. McCain crew, upgrading earlier response  

About two hours after a Liberian-flagged oil tanker, Alnic MC, collided with the U.S. Navy destroyer USS John S. McCain at 5:24 p.m U.S. East Coast time in the Strait of Malacca off Singapore, President Trump tweeted that he was on his way back to Washington "after working hard" during his 17-day vacation at his New Jersey golf resort and other locations. The Navy, which announced the accident on Twitter a few minutes after Trump's tweet, said that 10 sailors are missing and five injured, and a

2017-08-21 04:01:15
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Law Firm Boots Patent Attorney Who Owns Neo-Nazi Record Label On The Side  

The label's catalog includes a 2010 album called "Behead The Semite."

2017-08-21 03:49:45
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John Oliver isn't buying that Trump's terrible last week was a turning point  

John Oliver began Sunday's Last Week Tonight with a sometimes NSFW farewell to Stephen Bannon, the White House chief strategist shown the door on Friday. Oliver's audience cheered when he showed a photo of President Trump's core team, whittled down from six people to just two. Trump "is surrounded by four white nothings and Mike Pence — so, let's make that five white nothings," he said. "But the truly depressing thing about Bannon's departure is just how utterly unsatisfying it actually i

2017-08-21 03:43:57
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Trump's science pick argued same-sex marriage would lead to legalizing pedophilia  

If Donald Trump picks someone to be part of his administration and they accept, there's now 100 percent chance that they're completely and utterly unfit to do whatever job they've been tapped for. Trump's nomination of Sam Clovis to be the chief scientist at the Department of Agriculture is no exception to that rule. From 2011 through 2014, Clovis, who has no scientific credentials, repeatedly argued against the legalization of same-sex marriage in his capacity as a conservative radio host, pund

2017-08-21 03:32:23
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This year, GOP political committees have paid Trump-owned entities close to $1.3 million  

So far this year, Republican committees have paid close to $1.3 million to companies owned by President Trump, new Federal Election Commission records show. The Washington Post analyzed the records, and found that at least 25 congressional campaigns, state parties, and the Republican Governors Association have spent more than $473,000 combined at hotels or golf resorts owned by Trump, and Trump's companies received another $793,000 from the Republican National Committee and Trump's campaign com

2017-08-21 03:20:01
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Can Kid Rock Become Michigan's Next Senator?  

David Byler, RealClearPoliticsWaiter! Bring ice water! We need to wake up our lethargic congressional leaders, Sen. Mitch McConnell and Rep. Paul Ryan. Because when they snooze, America loses. How do these two knuckleheads keep getting elected? It might be better if we had elected two La-Z-Boy armchairs to office. Neutrality is better than betrayal.

2017-08-21 03:18:55
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The Showdown Over How We Define Fringe Views in America  

Emily Badger, NYTToday in the United States, sweeping majorities of the public say they support fair housing laws and the ideal of integrated schools. Nine in 10 say they would back a black candidate for president from their own party, and the same say they approve of marriage between blacks and whites. That last issue has undergone one of the greatest transformations in polling over the last 50 years. In 1960, just 4 percent of Americans approved.

2017-08-21 03:17:58
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University of Texas removes Robert E. Lee, 2 other Confederate statues late Sunday night  

Late Sunday night, work crews began removing four statues from a main mall on the University of Texas campus in Austin, three of them Confederate leaders and the fourth a former Texas governor. UT Austin President Greg Fenves announced the removal in an email to the campus community just before 11 p.m., saying the three Confederate statues — two generals, Robert E. Lee and Albert Sidney Johnston, and Confederate postmaster general John Reagan — "run counter to the university's core

2017-08-21 03:10:19
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John Oliver has some good reasons you should be frightened, frustrated at America's nuclear waste problem  

Nuclear waste "is a serious health hazard, and America has a lot of it," John Oliver said on Sunday's Last Week Tonight. "And you may live closer to nuclear waste than you think." For decades, America has known it needs a safe place to store this nuclear waste — one expert in 1990 compared America's nuclear situation to a house built without a toilet — and that was Oliver's focus on Sunday: "Why do we not have a nuclear toilet?" On one level, this is easy to understand, he said, bec

2017-08-21 03:07:46
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Elizabeth Warren at Netroots Nation 2017: A clarion call for coalition politics  

Read this: Me, I've been shouting about this crisis from every rooftop I could find for years - talking about how our middle class was squeezed to the breaking point, how chances to move up in this economy were disappearing, and warning that, if we weren't careful, the very promise of this nation—the commitment to expand opportunities—would be lost. That's the fight that got me into politics. That's the fight that brought me to my very first Netroots all those years ago. ...

2017-08-21 03:03:55
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Wake Up--Mitch & Paul! Stop Snoozing, Keep Your Promises  

Katie Kieffer, TownhallWaiter! Bring ice water! We need to wake up our lethargic congressional leaders, Sen. Mitch McConnell and Rep. Paul Ryan. Because when they snooze, America loses. How do these two knuckleheads keep getting elected? It might be better if we had elected two La-Z-Boy armchairs to office. Neutrality is better than betrayal.

2017-08-21 03:02:42
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The End of Asia's Strategic Miracle?  

Richard Haass, Project SyndicateIt is too soon to know whether and how the challenge posed by North Korea’s nuclear and missile programs will be resolved. But it is not too early to consider what that challenge could mean for a part of the world that has in many ways defied history. The moniker “Asian Miracle” goes some way toward conveying just how extraordinary the last half-century of economic growth in many Asian countries has been. The first economy to take off was Japan,

2017-08-21 03:01:26
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At least 10 sailors missing after destroyer collides with tanker near Singapore  

The U.S. Navy's 7th Fleet said at least 10 sailors are missing and five others hurt after the guided-missile destroyer USS John S. McCain and a tanker collided early Monday in the waters east of Singapore and the Straits of Malacca. The destroyer sustained damage on its left rear and port side aft. The ship is based in Yokosuka, Japan, and has 23 officers, 24 chief petty officers, and 291 enlisted sailors, The Associated Press reports. This is the second crash in the Pacific involving a ship fr

2017-08-21 02:59:07
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In op-ed, Heather Heyer's cousin says racism isn't dying and has 'found new life'  

It may make people uncomfortable, but Diana Ratcliff wants the world to know that when her cousin Heather Heyer was killed last weekend, run over by a car as she counter-protested a white supremacist rally in Charlottesville, it was an act of terror. "They'll call it murder," Ratcliff wrote in an op-ed for CNN, published Sunday. "They may call it a hate crime, but then struggle to call it terrorism. That man was fulfilling a call-to-action from white nationalists. He was committing an act of te

2017-08-21 02:56:41
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Trump Pardon Of Joe Arpaio Would Be A 'Bull Horn' Calling All Racists, Critics Say  

Arpaio "personifies the same bigotry and intolerance we witnessed in Charlottesville," said one civil rights advocate.

2017-08-21 02:55:24
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