After Charlottesville, Trump retweets — then deletes — image of train running over CNN reporter
The president also misfired with a retweet of a man calling him a “fascist.”
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PowerPost • Analysis
The Daily 202: Trump acts like the president of the Red States of America
Botched response to Charlottesville shows why playing to the base is problematic in a crisis
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Trump campaign emails show aide’s repeated efforts to set up Russia meetings
A new batch of communications turned over to congressional committees reveals concerns within the campaign about establishing contacts.
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Tech firm is fighting a federal demand for data on visitors to an anti-Trump website
DreamHost says the Justice Department is overstepping its bounds.
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Teen tackled by bystanders after vandalizing Boston Holocaust memorial
Boston’s Holocaust memorial was vandalized for the second time this summer and just days after the Charlottesville protests.
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Costco made $3.7 million selling ‘Tiffany’ rings. Now it must pay $19 million to the real Tiffany.
Costco must pay the storied jewelry company Tiffany & Co. more than $19 million for selling about 2,500 diamond rings falsely identified on store signs as “Tiffany” rings, a federal judge ruled Monday. Costco’s management “displayed at best a cavalier attitude toward Costco’s use of the Tiffany name in conjunction with ring sales and marketing,” U.S. District […]
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Right Turn • Opinion
Don’t argue with Pelosi on this one, Republicans
The party of Lincoln or the alt-right?
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ComPost • Opinion
Donald Trump’s despicable words
It should not require moral courage to denounce Nazis.
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A Twitter campaign is outing people who marched with white nationalists in Charlottesville
Some college students are defending themselves against charges of racism, and a hot dog worker lost his job.
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Charlottesville timeline: Recounting 24 hours of rage, hate, violence and death
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The Fix • Analysis
New campaign emails make it harder for Trump to deny Russia meddled in the election
Newly uncovered emails from the Trump campaign suggest that Russia was reaching out for direct meetings between Trump and Putin before Trump even got the nomination.
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Trump’s lasting legacy is to embolden an entirely new generation of racists
Racist grandpas may be dying out, but their bigotry is regenerating in today’s youths.
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Acts of Faith • Perspective
‘Jews will not replace us’: Why white supremacists go after Jews
Are Jews white? Not according to the neo-Nazis rallying in Charlottesville.
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Also Popular in Sports
Tiger Woods reportedly had THC, four other drugs in system at time of arrest
Woods was also under the influence of Vicodin, Xanax, Ambien and Dilaudid when he was found asleep at the wheel of his car in May, according to a toxicology report obtained by ESPN.
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Also Popular in National
An Ohio officer beat a black man during a traffic stop. A town wants to know why.
Two videos, one from police and one from a bystander, show an unidentified officer punching Richard Hubbard III and slamming him to the ground.
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